The Andaman Islands are synonymous with beautiful, clean, safe and pristine beaches. These Beaches are kept clean as the administration is very strict about rules and regulations. The local people of Andaman are environment and tourist-friendly. Polythene bags are strictly prohibited on Andaman Beaches.
1. Radhanagar Beach
Radhanagar beach of Havelock Island is claimed as one of the most beautiful beaches of Asia by Time Magazine. The famous Radhanagar Beach is all about pristine sand, clear waters and sunsets. A small evening stroll at this beach will add romantic moments to your Andaman honeymoon package. Radhanagar beach should form a part of your Andaman tour package. Andaman Holiday is incomplete without a visit to Radhanagar beach.
2. Bharatpur Beach
You could take a glass-bottom ride to see fascinating coral reefs and underwater marine life. Neil island is a good place for many watersports activities. Bharatpur beach is known for its colorful and fascinating world of corals and a perfect place to enjoy swimming.
3. Laxmanpur Beach
Laxmanpur beach, a beauty, of white sands and pristine blue water. It is one of the most alluring beaches in Neil island, and a perfect place for Watersports activities in Neil. Andaman holiday must include a stay at Neil Island. You can opt for a relaxing holiday at Neil.
4. Kalapathar Beach
Andaman Holiday is all about beaches and Kalapathar beach is another good beach situated at Havelock Island. It is a tranquil and quiet beach for from maddening crowd. You should add a visit to this beach in your Andaman tour itinerary.
5. Elephant Beach in Havelock Island
Elephant beach is a must-visit beach in Havelock Island. It is a 20-minute boat ride away from Havelock jetty. Elephant Beach has excellent water sports facilities. Tourists can indulge in many water activities like snorkeling, undersea walk, jet ski, and banana boat rides, and a lot more at a very reasonable and economical price.
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Trekking option to Elephant beach, through a thick mangrove forest, is also available but most tourists reach elephant beach by boat as it is safer and more convenient.
Andaman is a group of around 550 islands, only approximately 30 islands are inhabited by humans today: Havelock Island, Neil Island, Diglipur, Twin islands of Ross and Smith, Kalipur beach and Turtle nesting Ground, Mud volcano, Parrot Island, Long Island, Guitar island, North Bay island, Ramnagar beach and Parhinagar beach, Lamiya Bay beach Diglipur, Butler bay beach, Netaji Nagar Beach, Merk bay beach in North Pasang Island, Kalapathar beach, Elephant beach, Radhanagar beach, Corbyn cove beach, Munda Pahar Beach, Chidiya Tapu, Laxmanpur Beach - I & II, Bharatpur Beach, Sitapur Beach, Sir Hugh Rose Island, Cinque Island. Andaman holiday is primarily an island hopping tour.