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The Andaman and Nicobar Islands are a group of islands at the juncture of the Bay of Bengal and Andaman Sea, and are a Union Territory of India. There are a large group of nearly 572 islands in the Bay of Bengal. Though they are a part of India politically, they are closer to Indonesia and Myanmar than to the Indian mainland.

Before independence these islands were known as Kalapani (“black waters”). Freedom fighters and life prisoners were sent to the Cellular Jail here. This jail had 698 cells. The prisoners had to live here under very hard conditions. The present inhabitants of Andaman are mostly the descendents of these life prisoners.

Andaman & Nicobar Islands are blessed with a unique tropical rainforest canopy, made of a mixed flora with elements from Indian, Myanmarese, Malaysian and endemic floral strains.

The islands are inhabited by only a few dozen species of terrestrial and marine mammals, a number of which—such as the Andaman wild pig (Sus scrofa andamanensis)—are endemic to the region. Other common mammals include macaques, spotted deer, civets, shrews, whales, dolphins, and dugongs (Dugong dugon). The territory is home to more than 200 species of birds, including many endemic varieties. Numerous types of snakes and lizards inhabit the forests, and saltwater crocodiles, fish, turtles, and sea snakes are abundant in the coastal waters.

Bengali is the dominant language and most spoken language in the Andaman-Nicobar Islands with 25.71% of the population speaking Bengali, the other major languages spoken in the Andaman-Nicobar Islands are Hindi, Tamil, Telugu, Malayalam and Nicobarese according to 2001 Census of India.

Foreigners can hire guide to communicate with local people. Most of the guides work on the voluntary basis and they have been serving tourist since many years.  

Climate: Andaman has a moderate temperature all through the year within the range of 23°C to 31°C. It has a tropical climate. There are no severe climate conditions except for tropical storms and rains in late summers and monsoons.

Best time to visit: from October to May ~

Summers (March to May): warm but pleasant with sea breeze and have humidity level about 80%. It is suitable for all kinds of tourist activities.

Monsoon season is also recommended for visit to Andaman & Nicobar Islands as tourist can have more options both indoors and outdoors. There is no water logging or traffic jams. The lush green vegetation and scenic beauty of the islands are more predominant in monsoon. Hoteliers in Andamans offer attractive discounts during monsoon seasons. June to September is prone to heavy rains.

Winters (December to February) are not chilly and ideal for sightseeing.


Main airport at Andaman: Veer Savarkar International Airport, Port Blair

  • :: Flights available from :: Delhi - Chennai - Kolkata

Foreign charter flights are also permitted to land at Port Blair subject to the fulfillment of guidelines of the Director General of Civil Aviation.

All flights from Kolkata & Chennai are direct flights and takes around 2 hours .Flights from Delhi fly via Chennai or Kolkata and take around 5 hours.

:: Explore Andaman :: Mesmerizing seascapes. Unspoiled coastlines. Wilderness adventures. Visit Andaman and travel back to a timeless place. Stucked away from the hustle of the outside world. Where no building is taller than a coconut tree. Where there’s no traffic and no traffic lights & you can feel the saga (story) of Indian Independence, to the beautiful beaches of Havelock Island. Whether you’ve come to Andaman for a quiet escape or for outdoor adventures ranging from sports fishing to a memorable Sea Walking Ride, you’ll fall in love with this undiscovered island. Experience it yourself......

Port Blair City - Cellular Jail, Andaman Water sports complex, Fisheries Museum, Samudrika (Navy Museum), Anthropological Museum, Forest Museum, Sagaika (Cottage Industries), Gandhi Park, Chatham Saw Mill, Corbyn's Cove Beach.

Viper island Jolly Buoy Island North Bay-South Andaman Chidiya Tapu Wandoor Beach
Ross Island Mount Harriet Havelock Island Neil Island Barren island
Mayabunder  Rangat Diglipur-North Andaman Baratang Island-Middle Island Long Island


Port Blair

~ Port Blair ~ :: Destination Overview :: Port Blair is the largest town and a municipal council in Andaman district in the Andaman Islands and the capital of the Andaman and Nicobar Islands, a union [+] read continue...


RANGAT :: Destination Overview :: Rangat is a 1070 sq. km. large island in Middle Andaman with pristine beaches, waterfalls, and interesting islands. Fisheries and cultivation are the two primary occupations of people in this [+] read continue...

Neil Island-Mayabunder-Diglipur

NEIL ISLAND :: Destination Overview :: The best beaches to visit on Neil Island are – Bharatpur, Sitapur & Lakshmanpur. Among them, Sitapur is considered to be the best. Neil Island is being considered as another [+] read continue...

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