Andaman Tour Packages

Nestled in the ancient trade route of India and Myanmar, the Andaman is an alluring island located at a distance of 1,400 m from the east coast of India. The island is one of the most popular tourist destinations due to its mesmerizing scenic beauty of sandy beaches and adventure activities.

The Andaman is a cluster of more than 300 small islands and inhabits indigenous tribes that have been living on this island for more than 2000 years. The island is a hub for tourism due to its rich coral life and offerings of multiple aquatic activities. The island is a popular destination among honeymooners and travel enthusiasts.

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Holidays Packages in Andaman

Popular Sightseeing Locations in Andaman

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Cellular Jail

Popularly known as ‘Kala Pani’, the cellular jail located in Port Blair is one of the most popular tourist destinations of Andaman. The jail used to be a prison for Indian political prisoners during the colonial era. The prison was used to imprison many freedom fighters including Batukeshwar Dutt, Vinayak Savarkar and Yogendra Shukla. The place is popular among tourists for its rich historical significance.

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Long Island

Long Island is one of the hidden gems and less travelled parts of Andaman Island. The island is also considered to be the gateway to offbeat and unexplored beaches and islands that include Guitar Island, Mark Bay Beach, and Lalaji Bay Beach Surrounded by lush greenery and tropical forest that place is a perfect destination for couples to relax and rejuvenate. 

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Guitar Island

Guitar Island is a hidden gem of the Andaman that is known for its uniquely shaped island that resembles a guitar. Surrounded by tropical green forests and a deep blue ocean the island is among the must-visit places on your trip to Andaman. Tourists can also see the Ariel view of the island by taking a seaplane from Andaman.

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Mahatma Gandhi Marine National Park

Andaman is home to 9 national parks among which Mahatma Gandhi Marine National Park is the most popular one, also known as Wandur National Park. The park consists of a group of 12 islands that are home to some of the exquisite marine species including sea turtles. The extensive area of the park also includes a lush mangrove forest that inhabits wild animals such as wild pigs, king cobra, pit vipers and many more.

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Mount Harriet National Park

Mount Harriet National Park located in Mount Harriet is the second highest peak of Andaman and the highest peak for Port Blair. Known to be the rest house during the summer time the park is one of the popular tourist destinations of the Andaman. The park located at a distance of 20km from the city of Port Blair is known to be a paradise for bird watchers. Woodpeckers, Dove, Pigeon, and Boobook are some of the common birds of this place.

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Rajiv Gandhi Water Sports Complex

Andaman is known to be a popular tourist destination that includes some of the popular tourist attraction points. Among these places, Rajiv Gandhi Water Sports Complex is a must-visit tourist destination in Andaman. The place offers various water sports and activities that attract several tourists. Some of the most popular activities include paddle boats, banana boats, snorkeling, scuba diving, sea walking and many more.

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Neil Island

Neil Island located in the southern part of the Andaman Administrative is one of the most visited places due to its easy accessibility. The place is also the major supplier of vegetables all over the Andaman. The rich biodiversity, amazing coral reefs, and white sandy beaches along with adventurous experiences make it a dream destination for beach lovers.

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Howrah Bridge

It is a natural bridge-like structure located in the extensive part of Neil Island that is popular for its significance to the famous epic, Ramayana. People from all over the world come to visit this bridge and is a must-visit for nature lovers due to its lush greenery along with other natural rock formations located on the island.


Food & Nightlife

Andaman, along with its scenic beauty of the white sandy beaches and lush greenery is also known for its offering of delicious delicacies and nightlife. The island is the perfect place to rejuvenate and relax amidst the limitless sea which enhances into an exciting nightlife by hosting various events and festivals. Andaman is regarded as a paradise for party lovers and food lovers. Indulge in the rich nightlife of Andaman with DJ night accompanied by lip-smacking foods creating a unique experience that will last for a lifetime.

Popular Activities in Andaman

How to Reach

Air : Veer Savarkar International Airport is the only airport located in Port Blair that connects direct flights with major cities of India.

Sea : Possibly the slowest but the best way to reach Andaman by ship. Tourists can travel to Andaman by travelling in a ship to Phoenix Bay Jetty and Blair’s Haddo Jetty which can be reached from Chennai, Kolkata and Vishakhapatnam.

The best time to visit

Summer : Andaman during summer seems to have an extremely hot temperature that limits the travelling options for tourists. However, it is the best time to explore the water sports.

Monsoon : Monsoon is regarded as the off-season in the Andaman due to heavy rainfall from the northeast a southwest monsoon limiting the travelling of tourists.

Winter : During winter seasons the temperature ranges from 20 degree Celsius to 30 degree Celsius making it an ideal season for snorkeling and other adventure sports.