Complete Andaman trip Guide

Complete Andaman trip Guide

Andaman blog is special to me as I have spend many months, in detailed research before planning the trip and it resulted in a great and pleasant trip. I would like to share all the experiences, Info’s and tips so that you can enjoy a well planned Andaman trip. Please read the blog till end, as I will be putting down short itinerary with cost at end & also important tips in respective sections.

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How to plan an Andaman trip by ourselves? Should we go through any tour operator?

We all have this question in our mind before planning. Can we plan an Andaman trip by ourselves? Or should we go through any tour operator?

Answer is absolutely Yes. We can plan Andaman by ourselves. If you are worried about hassle free cab pickups, you can book hotels, flights,ferries and book the local transportation from an agent at reasonable rates. This way we can make sure we get best hotels of our choice, comfortable airlines,ferries etc. I will put down the check list :

  1. Make a plan : Make a plan with Starting date to end end date.
  2. Book Flights : Book to and fro flights at-least 3-4 months in advance for best rates.We booked it for around 6-7k per person.
  3. Book ferries between Portblair – Havelock – Neil Islands well in advance. Ferry tickets can be booked online from GreenOcean official website. Keep checking the availability here. Ferry bookings are very important as this is the only means of transfer between the islands. There are 3 different types of seats Royal,Luxury & Economy.Please see the end of blog for Which seats to book in Green Ocean for best view and comfort.
    You can consider Makruz also. As per the info from a localite, it seems to get cancelled often compared to green ocean in case of minor bad weather. Another cheap option is govt ferries which can be booked directly, if you can manage the rush and so.
  4. Book hotels for each destination according to your travel plan.In Andaman govt stays are well maintained and affordable. I will explain later here how to book through Andaman Official Website.
  5. Book Scuba Diving slot
  6. Book Local Transportation package : Most of the local transportation can be covered by 2 wheeler(you can get it for rent 500/day) if you are comfortable. If planning to book local transportation please sync with travel agent in advance and work out the transportation as per your requirements. For a family, I would suggest book local transportation in advance for hassle free pickups and drops. Will mention contact numbers later in the blog

To start with, Andaman is much more than just Havelock. We made sure to cover North Andaman via Barataang ( Limestone caves ), Rangat and Diglipur. Ross and Smith island in Diglipur was special experience for us. Also, we felt Neil island was more beautiful and untouched than Havelock and much cheaper for shopping.

Let me take you through detailed experiences of each destinations for you to explore.

Best time to visit Andaman :

  • The best time to visit the Andaman Islands is from mid-October to the end of March.
  • Season ideally begins at the end of September when the rains recede and generally dry weather continues on to May.
  • Tourists flock the island from November through February with clear skies and bearable heat.
  • Water activities remain open all through the year except in rare cases of cyclones and storms. The Sea Walk is suspended from mid-May until September.
  • Elephant Beach in the Havelock Island and some others remain inaccessible by boat during the monsoons.

Best Andaman itinerary for 7 days relaxing trip and budget within 60-70k :

  • Day 1: Port blair – (Jolly Bouy Island + Jail and Light and sound show)
  • Day 2 : Morning ferry to Havelock – Snorkeling,water sports @ Elephant Beach & RadhaNagar Beach(Sun set)
  • Day 3 : Havelock –
    Kalapathar(Sun rise), SCUBA(morning slot around 8 am is the best time for good visibility) & enjoy the evening in resort.
  • Day 4 : Morning ferry Neil Island – Natural Bridge + Laxmanpur beach (Sun set)
  • Day 5 : Neil Island – Sitapur Beach (Sun rise), Bharatpur Beach (If interested in water sports) & Enjoy
  • Day 6 : Port Blair : Sight seeings + ChidiyaTapu(Sun set) (Keep this buffer day before return flight, in case of any ferry cancellations. Very important)
  • Day 7 : Return Flight

ROSS & SMITH ISLAND, DIGLIPUR

This requires 3 days from Port blair to Port Blair. Via Barataang -> Rangat (Night Stay )-> Diglipur . If you have around 9/10 days can include this round trip. For more details, please refer the below :

Baratang Island & Limestone caves on the way

This can be done as a day trip from Port blair. You need to start early morning and will be back by eve/night. Around Rs : 5000 for private cab.

HAVELOCK

TIP : Do Snorkeling first and then Scuba. Snorkeling is like a trailer of Scuba diving with a different experience.

If you are doing Scuba, sea walk will not excite you that much, as it is just walking under the sea with an oxygen helmet.In Scuba you will get much more flexible movements and visibility.

SNORKELING @ ELEPHANT BEACH, ANDAMAN

  • Rate 950/person. We will be taken in a boat ride for around 20 mins and will get around 2-3 hours in the Elephant beach.
  • Around 5 mins (till we see few fishes around) Snorkeling is complimentary.
  • After that for more snorkeling (around 20 mins), we have to pay 1000/person. This was really worth the experience.
  • Another way to reach Elephant beach is by trekking route.
  • Havelock can be covered in scooty as it is a small island and all the places are near by.
Snorkeling Elephant Beach, Havelock, Andaman
Snorkeling Elephant Beach, Havelock, Andaman
Snorkeling Elephant Beach, Havelock, Andaman
Lots of colorful fishes surrounded us and it was really amazing experience. We could touch few of them. Many of them kissed us and passed by.

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Elephant Beach, Havelock, Andaman
Elephant Beach, Havelock, Andaman
Elephant Beach, Havelock, Andaman
Even considering the fact that we visited during week days, it was quite crowded. So please expect the same.

While going to boat, you can keep the park the 2 wheeler in parking area and also keep the helmets. In Andaman no one steals the helmet.

SCUBA DIVING @ Nemo Reef, Beach no 2, ANDAMAN

Finding Nemo!!! Scuba Diving,  
Nemo Reef, Beach no 2, Havelock , Andaman
Finding Nemo!!! Scuba Diving,
Nemo Reef, Beach no 2, Havelock , Andaman

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  • This is the most exciting and never miss part of Andaman trip. It was an amazing experience to explore under water world with lots of corals and varieties of fishes all around.
  • We did beginner scuba dive in Havelock Island though Dive India.
    We could see nice corals, Nemo fish and more varieties of fishes. Don’t forget to get a pen drive to copy the photos & Videos.
  • You can consider diving in Neil also if you have time. From few people i heard Neil has less explored corals compared to Havelock.

What are the different types/levels of Scuba diving in Andaman?? Which Scuba Dive to Choose in Andaman?? Which Scuba Dive in Andaman is better : Beginner Dive, PADI certification shore dive or PADI certification Boat Dive ??

  • Option 1: Try dive at Havelock: INR 4000-4500 per person
    • Location:  Nemo Reef, Beach no 2, Havelock
    • 25 mins dive from shore + 15 mins training in the ocean
    • Depth of dive: Up to 7 mts/ 20 feet
    • Includes all gear, plus free videos and photos of your dive
    • I felt this would be ideal for first timers. As some might not feel comfortable and would stop in the beginning itself. So why to waste money. Get a feel of it and if you want to dive again the same day, it can be done in a charge around 2000 I guess.
  • Option 2: PADI Shore DSD at Havelock: INR 5,310 per person
    • Location: Nemo Reef, Beach no 2, Havelock
    • 45 mins dive from shore + 15-20 mins training in the ocean
    • Depth of dive: Up to 7 mts/ 20 feet
    • Includes all gear, PADI certification and log book, free videos and photos of your dive
    • This would be good for the ones who already dived and would like to stay under water for more time.
  • Option 3: PADI Boat DSD at Havelock INR 7,670 per person
    • Location: Boat will depart from Govind Nagar Beach
    • 45 mins dive from boat + 15-20 mins training in the ocean
    • 20 min boat ride to dive spot
    • Depth of dive: Up to 12 mts/ 40 feet
    • Includes all gear, PADI certification and log book, free videos and photos of your dive
    • In this option, you will be taken in a boat for 20 mins ride and will be diving in the middle of sea. Compared to shore dive, here we are expected to see more untouched corals and will get more depth. It is on costlier side for the same reason.
  • You can book any of this according to your choice. As per the info
    beginner dive was 25 mins under water, 7 to 20 meter depth and the max depth will be decided by the instructor according to comfort of the diver.
  • I was very comfortable & went till the down bottom. As per the instructors it was about 7-8 meter depth and I felt it was about 15 mins under water. Regarding the timings, if you have a water proof watch you can be sure to get 25 mins(provided you are comfortable).
  • Swimming knowledge is not required for Beginner dive. If you are comfortable swimming under water, you will be more comfortable. We have to take breath in and breath out via mouth. Once we go deep, there will be little tension n pain in ears, but by holding nose and ejecting air through ears (Instructors will help you with all techniques before diving) you will be fine and comfortable in some time.
  • I have checked the best price directly with Dive India and it was 4000 for beginner dive and we can get the same booked via thegreatnext and get best deals with some discounts. They have tied up with all the well known Scuba centers in Andaman like DiveIndia,Barefoot,ScubaLov etc and you can chose out of any.
  • You may contact letsdothis@thegreatnext.com or Urja 9920989359. Please feel free to mention as referral from Rajesh @ wellplannedtrip.com for best discounted prices.
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Which is the best Scuba diving option in Havelock,Andaman??

  • Dive India & Barefoot are well known diving centers in Andaman. Barefoot is slightly more costlier than Dive India.
  • Basically, all the dive center instructors are diving in the same location Nemo reef ( While we signed in the register before dive, we could see all the diving centers are doing it in same location )

RADHANAGAR BEACH :

  • Sunset point
  • Was named Asia’s best beach and World’s 7th best beach by Time Magazine in 2004
  • Very wide beach with white sand.
  • We can get in water and swim comfortably.

KALAPATHAR BEACH

  • Sun rise point. We couldn’t cover this.
  • Check out if you have enough time

Best affordable place to Stay in Havelock, Andaman with private beach

Dolphin Resort – A Govt Undertaking

  • Resort was very well maintained, amazing location & experience and was one of the highlights of our Andaman trip. It has a private beach access. Make sure to book well in advance.
  • Scooty is available for rent just outside the gate for Rs. 500.
  • Now here is an important info for you. Dolphin resort is divided into 2 parts. One is undertaken by Govt & other by ANIIDCO. When we search for Dolphin resort in google we get the ANIIDCO contact and they charge higher rates for the rooms. Here is how you can book the govt maintained rooms of Dolphin resort via OfficialAndamanWebsite

How to book Dolphin resort,Andaman online? How to book Andaman govt resorts/stays online ?

Booking Process for Govt resorts,Andaman

  • Go to ONLINE BOOKING (right top corner )
    OfficialAndamanWebsite
  • Register & Book Online ( DON’T USE DEBIT CARD for Amount more than Rs 2,000/-. Payment will fail at last)
  • Give details and proceed. You will be allotted an identity number and taken to next page, where we can select the hotels, jail and light sound show.
  • If we don’t complete booking and come back again later, Choose option “Search and Make Payment” to give your identity number and proceed with the booking.
  • In case of registration & incomplete payment, room will be blocked against our identity number and will get deleted only after 3 days from back-end(weird, but this is how it works. I got the info from IT department Andaman)

Which room to book in Dolphin resort,Andaman?What are the different types of rooms in Dolphin resort?

Super deluxe room, Dolphin resort, Andaman
Super Deluxe room
Private beach area, Dolphin resort
Semi Deluxe room
Economy room

CANDLE LIGHT DINNER,Andaman

For private candle light dinner by beach side I found this option good, rather than spending on luxury resort. It includes pick up and drop from your hotel 🙂
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NEIL ISLAND,Andaman

We covered Neil in a Scooty. 500/per day. Its a small island, so all places are less than 7-8 kms from each other.

Places to visit in Neil Island,Andaman

SITAPUR BEACH

  • Sun rise point.
  • Beautiful and untouched beach
  • must visit
Sitapur Beach, Neil Island, Andaman
Sitapur Beach, Neil Island

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Sitapur Beach, Neil Island, Andaman
Time for some nice romantic walk along the serene white sanded beach.

LAXMANPUR BEACH

  • Sun set point
  • Nice blue colored ocean with white sand beaches
  • must visit
Laxmanpur beach, Neil Island, Andaman
Laxmanpur beach, Neil Island, Andaman
There are small shops on the beaches, where we can order tea,snacks and maggi etc
Sunset, Laxmanpur beach, Neil Island, Andaman
Beautiful Sunset
Enjoying the sunset and calmness

RAMPUR BEACH

  • Small beach area
  • way through the coconut farm
  • You can find a shop there with tender coconuts and basic food options on order.

NATURAL BRIDGE FORMATION

Was amazing be at natural bridge formation. Filmy location.

DSLR : Canon 800d is a good beginner option

Star fish

You can find guides here. They will be having star fishes etc in their hand.

TIP: Guides are not necessary. Its a small walk through rocks around 10 mins.Take care while you walk, as the rocks will be slippery. After reaching the natural bridge, cross and please go little more further. You can find lot of corals in the beach area.

Petrol prices are less in Andaman.

Best place to stay in Neil Island,Andaman

COCONHUT RESORT

  • Nice property situated in a coconut farm
  • With a private beach
  • Restaurant available. Food was nice.
  • Scooty for rent available.
Economy rooms, Coconhuts resort, Neil Island, Andaman
Coconhuts resort, Economy rooms Book for best price
Economy rooms, Coconhuts resort, Neil Island, Andaman
Coconhuts resort, Economy rooms
Which room to book in Coconhuts resort?What are the different types of rooms in Coconhuts resort?
Deluxe rooms
Semi Deluxe rooms
Private beach access where we can sit, relax and enjoy the sea.

PORT BLAIR

Places to Stay in Port Blair(Budget Home stays)

  • Sea Lounge,Junglighat . Rooms were spacious and clean. Good stay in budget.
  • Near to Airport : Andaman Castle Home-stay. It is walk-able and stay was fine.
  • Sunnywale : Good budget homestay.

You can check out reviews and best deals in Booking.com easily:

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Best places to visit in Port Blair,Andaman

JollyBouy Island & Wandoor Beach

  • Provides good views and water sports activities.
  • About 30 kms from port blair
  • We need to get in a boat from Wandoor & go to Jollybouy Island.
  • Entry charge 50 + Boat 950
  • At the Southern apex of South Andaman, about 30kms away from all noise and chaos of Port Blair, nestled is a small village known as Wandoor with meager amount of shops and options of accommodation for the tourists but beautiful expanses of blue, pristine beaches along its stretch.
  • A small cluster of about 17 islands and open sea creeks, around the area of Wandoor have been delegated as Mahatma Gandhi Marine National Park in order to preserve the oceanic existence, coral reefs and the rest of the Flora and Fauna.

Chidiya Tapu

  • The southernmost tip of South Andaman Island situated at a distance of 28 Kms from Port Blair. Frequent bus service are available from Port Blair. It is famous for bird watching, sunset view, panoramic scenic beauties, and many colours of oceanic view. Swimming can be done at Chidiyatappu. 
  • Safety places boards are erected in Chidiyatappu.  But beware of crocodiles. The biological park at Chidiyatappu is the added attraction. There is a Forest Guest House run and maintained by Forest Department, is under Chief Wildlife Warden, Haddo (Phone No. 03192-233549) who can be contacted to reserve accommodation for stay.
  • Chidiya Tapu is mainly known as Sunset point which is on the same side as wandoor.
  • But due to the bad weather and clouds, we couldn’t witness clear sunset.
  • It is around 20 km from port Blair. Last 10 kms is through forest and the route is isolated. We went in a 2 wheeler, but considering the bad roads and isolated nature of the route, it is better to hire a cab and go.
  • We didn’t feel it is worth the efforts. But, you can give it a try if you have enough time in schedule.
Sunset @ ChidiyaTapu, Port Blair, Andaman
Sunset @ ChidiyaTapu, Port Blair, Andaman

DSLR : Canon 800d is a good beginner option

Cellular Jail + Light & Sound show


Cellular Jail, Port Blair, Andman, This astounding national memorial is a crucial part of Indian history of freedom struggle. This place was one of the most fear-striking colonial prisons to be ever constructed. This was the dreaded place where the British would send the Indian rebels who raised their voices against the colonial rule. Since it was located in one of the most remote and inaccessible parts of India, escape was near to impossible. Also, the jail was constructed in a unique way to have maximum security. The infamous prison was also called ‘Kala Pani’ which roughly translates to “death waters”. The prisoners here were often subjected to torturous tasks and later hanged when they were at their strength’s end. The place gets its name from the 693 cells which held the prisoners, day and night.
Cellular Jail, Port Blair, Andman
  • This astounding national memorial is a crucial part of Indian history of freedom struggle. This place was one of the most fear-striking colonial prisons to be ever constructed. This was the dreaded place where the British would send the Indian rebels who raised their voices against the colonial rule.
  • Since it was located in one of the most remote and inaccessible parts of India, escape was near to impossible. Also, the jail was constructed in a unique way to have maximum security. The infamous prison was also called ‘Kala Pani’ which roughly translates to “death waters”.
  • The prisoners here were often subjected to torturous tasks and later hanged when they were at their strength’s end. The place gets its name from the 693 cells which held the prisoners, day and night.
  • For timings,entry ticket and more details please check AndamanGovtWebsite
  • Regarding Light & Sound show there was mixed reviews. It is having loud voices and smokes all over giving a feel of the prisoners life in the jail, which is bit scary at times. Sometimes we can feel the trees in the jail are also coming alive.
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Sagarika Emporium

  • Famous for: Photography, monuments, sight-seeing
  • Entrance Fee: Adults- 50 and children-25. No extra charge for
  • Visiting Time: 09:00 AM to 12.00 Noon and 02.00 PM to 05.00 PM.
    Closed on Mondays and Holidays.
  • Visit Duration: 2 to 3 hours
  • It is a pride project of the Indian Navy.
  • It is sectioned into five separate portions each unique in its setting and style.
  • The Samudrika Marine Museum has an inbuilt aquarium which features the regional varieties of marine life in the Andamans.
  • The Samudrika Marine Museum does not charge entrance fees for senior citizens and handicapped. All you need to submit is a valid ID proof.
  • It consists of many sections like coral life, types of tribes etc. You can also shop for Andaman manufactured products here.
  • Situated opposite Andaman Teal House, Delanipur, Port Blair, this museum create awareness on various aspects of oceanic environment and houses a vast collection of cells, corals and a few species of colorful fishes of the sea around the islands.
Tribes of Andaman, Sagarika emporium
Tribes of Andaman, Sagarika emporium
Skeleton of Shark, Sagarika Emporium, Port Blair, Andaman
This is the skeleton of a baby blue whale that was washed ashore the Andaman Beach.

Anthropology Museum

The Anthropological museum in Port Blair started in the year 1975-76, is an ethnographic museum. It showcases the four Negrito Tribes of the Andaman viz. the Jarawas, Sentinelese, Great Andamanese and the Onges and two Mongoloid Tribes of the Nicobar viz. the Nicobarese and the Shompens. This museum is closed on Mondays and Govt. Holidays. 
Timings: 09:00 AM to 01.00 PM and 01.30 PM to 04.30 PM.

Chatham Saw Mill

Chatham Saw Mill, Port Blair, Andaman
Chatham Saw Mill, Port Blair, Andaman
Andaman map & heart shapes directly cut from the trees.
Museum, Chatham Saw Mill, Port Blair, Andaman
Andaman map & heart shapes directly cut from the trees.
Museum, Chatham Saw Mill, Port Blair, Andaman
Andaman wooden crafts.
Museum, Chatham Saw Mill, Port Blair, Andaman
Andaman wooden crafts.
Museum, Chatham Saw Mill, Port Blair, Andaman
  • Famous for: History, Landmark
  • Entrance Fee:10 per person and Rs.50 for guided tour
  • Visiting Time: 8:30 AM to 2:30 PM (Except Mondays)
  • Visit Duration: 1 hour to 2 hours
  • Chatham Saw Mill is one of the prime attractions in the capital, Port Blair, of the Andaman and Nicobar Islands. Being one of the biggest and oldest in Asia, this structure has witnessed a lot of history.
  • Constructed by the colonial regime in 1883, this was the main source of timber, with their raw material being obtained from the dense forests which surrounded the Chatham Island. The mill was destroyed during the rule of the Japanese, who had invaded the islands during World War II and bombed it.
  • The island was then reclaimed after World War II and soon, the mill saw its rebirth once people started settling down in the islands and civilizations started spreading. The functioning of the mill is one of great precision and is a treat to watch.
  • The Museum set within the surroundings of the mill, has got a great collection of wood based work and carvings that take our breath away with the intricate designing which is done on it

Ross & North Bay

  • Can be avoided, as Jollybouy and other islands give better views. Ross Island has some historical building remainings. that’s it. North Bay is known for Sea Walking and Glass bottom rides.
  • If you are doing Scuba in Havelock, you can avoid sea walking as it wont be as exciting as scuba. Glass bottom ride is not that good and mostly is marketing gimmicks.

Corbyn Cove Beach

AVOID. It is not that clean and nothing special here. You will find jet sky ride here. But you will find better option to do it in Elephant Beach, Havelock.

If you have more days and would like to explore all options in port blair you can refer the below links :

Which seat to book in Green Ocean ferry,Andaman ? What are the different types of seats in Green Ocean ferry,Andaman?

Economy seats, Green ocean, Andaman Ferry service
Economy
Green ocean Luxury seats, Andaman Ferry service
Luxury.We can keep the head on the table and sleep, in case of sea sickness.
If you have kids, this will be helpful.
Green ocean Royal seats, Andaman Ferry service
Royal

Best detailed Andaman Itinerary with Budget:

Day 1: SATURDAY

  • PORT BLAIR – Local sight seeings + Chidiyatapu
  • Morning 4.30 AM flight from Bangalore
  • Reach and check in around 8 am.
  • Stay : Sea Lounge(Budget home stay)
  • After breakfast – Sawtam mill, Samudrika museum, Anthropology museum and Cellular Jail.
  • After lunch – 2.30 PM – Chidiyatapu(Sun set). You can cover Corbyn cove beach also together, but it is a normal no that clean beach. It was not that worth.
  • We went in a scooty(500/per day). The roads are through forest.Its recommended to book a cab.

Cost

  • Flight : Rs 10,521 for 2
  • Pickup from Airport Rs. 300/- (Talk to the hotel and arrange before hand. Don’t call the cabs directly as they might ask for more after they drop )
  • Scooty : 500
  • petrol : 150
  • Stay : 3500
  • Food and snacks : 900 for 2 persons

Day 2 : SUNDAY

  • Start early morning to Baratang Lime stone caves
  • Via Jiratang reserve
  • We can see Jarawa tribes on the way
  • 15-20 mins boat journey+small trek to Lime stone caves
  • You can cover Mud volcano if you have time. As per driver, long time ago it was coming up as seen in photos, but now it is all plain mud mostly.
  • Amkunj beach on the way to Rangath
  • Night stay @ Hawksbill nest – govt property.
  • Panchavati – JNV will come in this route
  • Long Island, Balugara, Lalaji,
    Parrot island
    can be explored with more days in hand

Cost

  • Food and snacks : 900 for 2 persons
  • Stay : 1120

DAY 3 : MONDAY

  • Start morning by 6.30 or so
  • Reached Ross and Smith Island, Diglipur by around 12.30
  • Nice little boat ride to Ross and Smith Island
  • Spend around 3 hours in the island (carry some snacks and water)
  • Kalipur beach (near to stay)
  • Stay @ Turtle resort, Diglipur

Cost

  • Boat 3500. We took a small boat completely. If there is someone to share, you can share the same also.
  • Stay : 1120
  • Food and snacks – 900 for 2

DAY 4 : TUESDAY

  • Start early morning back to Port Blair
  • On the way – Dhani Nallah Beach. They had a changing room set up. (Not much clean though)
  • Some small waterfalls on the road side.
  • Its a long drive of around 300 kms.
  • Reach by evening in Port Blair
  • Stay : Sea Lounge (Near Airport)

Cost

  • Stay : 2500
  • Food and snacks : 900
  • Total cost of Cab for 3 days : 14000-15000
  • Maruti Ertiga

Its a long journey for 3 days in cabs. It will be little tiring, but worth the experience of actual Andaman. Compared to Xylo, Ertiga will be comfortable as Xylo has more body roll and for long journey with not that smooth roads, it becomes uncomfortable

Booking helipad (directly from port blair office) is an option for Diglipur. But, we would miss out the Limestone caves and few beaches in between.

DAY 5 : WEDNESDAY

  • Port Blair to HAVELOCK – green ocean 6 AM : Arrival 8 AM. (You will have to start by 5 am )
  • CHECK IN : Dolphin resort
  • After Breakfast (restaurant available in resort )- Start to Elephant Beach. (If rooms are not ready by this time, you can request the reception for a temporary room to keep luggage and dress change )
  • It can be reached via trekking also.
  • Scooty can be rented just outside the resort gate for Rs.500.
  • 5 mins complimentary snorkeling will be there with boat ticket Rs.950. Do the extra snorkeling with 1000 extra. Its worth.
  • Lunch
  • By 2.30 pm – Start to Radhanagar Beach for Sunset
  • Stay @ Dolphin resort

Sun sets very early in Andaman around 4.30 to 5 PM. So please plan your travels accordingly.

Plan for 2 days in Havelock & Neil if possible. It will be more comfortable and relaxing.

Carry pen drive/memory card for copying Snorkeling and Scuba videos

Cost

  • Ferry : Rs. 2578 ECONOMY for 2
  • Auto to Dolphin : 150
  • Boat to Elephenta beach : 950/ person
  • Extra snorkeling : 1000/ person. Remember to carry pen drive.
  • Scooty : 500
  • Petrol : 200
  • Stay : 4700 Deluxe room
  • Food and Snacks : 900 for 2

DAY 6 : THURSDAY

  • Dolphin resort beach is an extension of kala pathar beach. So you can see it in the morning. For Sun rise, you can go to Kalapathar beach also if are not tired.
  • SCUBA DIVING : Dive India office is within 1 km from Dolphin resort.
  • Wear scuba suit and a small drive in their vehicle to Nemo reef beach.
  • 10-15 mins training and you are good to dive 🙂
  • We went around 7-8 m depth.
  • HAVELOCK to NIEL – FERRY 2.30 PM Arrival 3.30 PM
  • CHECK IN : COCON HUT (Only 1 km from jetty)
  • Rent a Scooty and head to Laxmanpur beach for Sunset

All items are cheaper in NEIL ISLAND. So consider buying items like wooden toys(fish,squirrel, key chains), Sea shells, t shirts etc all from NEIL.

Cost

  • Ferry : Rs. 2106 LUXURY for 2
  • Scuba : 3500 / person for beginner dive
  • Scooty : 500
  • Petrol : 150
  • Stay : 3000
  • Auto : 50
  • Food & snacks : 900 for 2

DAY 7 : FRIDAY

  • Sitapur Beach Sunrise
  • Bharatpur beach – For water activities
  • Natural Rock Formation – Must visit
  • NEIL to PORT BLAIR
    Ferry : 3.45 PM : Arrival 5.15 PM
  • Check In : Port Blair
  • Cellular Jail Light & Sounds show (English show ) 8 PM. If English show is preferred. Check out the Andaman website for show timings.
  • After 4 PM, the jail cant be visited. Please plan accordingly for visiting jail, may be next day or the same day along with the show.

Cost

  • Ferry : Rs. 3286 Royal for 2
  • Stay : 2500
  • Light and sound show : 150/person
  • Food & snacks : 900 for 2

DAY 8 : SATURDAY

  • Jolly Bouy Island + wandoor beach
  • Shopping in market
  • You can take scooty also if comfortable.

Cost

  • Jolly Bouy Island + wandoor beach : Cab Rs. 1400/- + (entry + boat tickets 900/- per person)
  • Stay : 2500
  • Food and snacks: 900 for 2

DAY 9 : SUNDAY

Morning/Afternoon Flight to Bangalore – Rs 9,894 for 2

  • Total Cost : Around 85000 + shopping
  • If you opt for cabs for sight seeing and drops, it will add little more.

For local travel cab arrangements and sight seeings, from 5-6 quotes I got, I felt Murali( 9679504934 )from adventureandaman.com was able to give a fair quote.

Also, if you would like to book Ertiga / cab arrangements, Mr Nasir(Sunnywale homestay) can help you.

+91 7063945300,+91 9531913230

For families it would be more comfortable to have cabs arranged for sight seeings.

Closed on Mondays :

Cellular Jail, Baratang Limestone caves, JollyBouy

While Best time to visit Andaman is Decemeber & January, the weather also goes bad at these times. In case of bad weather & high tides, the ferries between islands will be cancelled and the passengers have to wait in the respective island till the sailing resumes. We had to wait in Neil island for 2 days due to bad weather.

Hence it is very important to keep buffer day before return flight, in case of any ferry cancellations. Indigo rescheduled our flight for free. But even with the order released from Andaman government authorities, other airlines like GoAir, AirIndia etc didn’t accept any rescheduling requests and lot of passengers had to re book flights for very high prices.

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Feel free to leave your feedback and queries in comments. I will get back to you as early as possible. Thanks for reading. Happy Well planned trips 🙂

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This Post Has 57 Comments

  1. Splendid blog and very wide coverage on the subject. Way to go bro 🙂

    1. Hi Saneesh,

      Thank you. Glad you felt that the entire Andaman trip is covered in detail. It took quite some time to prepare the blog covering all possible details. It feels so nice to hear such comments and also getting to know that it helps fellow travellers. Keep in touch. Many more interesting blogs on the way 🙂

      Thanks,
      Rajesh

  2. Really awesome blog. You have covered very very nicely.

    1. Thanks a lot Saibal. Glad that the people are liking it. It was lots of efforts in putting up the content, but trust me seeing each such comments, I feel it is worth the efforts. Please share with your friends too 🙂

  3. Thank you for a detailed glimpse into what Andaman has in store.

    1. Hi Ashish,
      Thanks a lot for your comment. Glad that you liked it 🙂 Keep in touch for more interesting destinations. Please do share with friends too 🙂
      Thanks,
      Rajesh

  4. Planning an Andaman trip! This was of great help 😀

    1. Oh that’s great. Please feel free to let me know in case of any help. Enjoy Andaman 🙂

  5. IT`S A HANDY GUIDE WITH EVERY DETAILS REQUIRED FOR A SOLO AS WELL AS TO OTHER TOURISTS.PLEASE TELL ME IF I CAN COMBINE TRIP TO ROSE ISLAND AND LIGHT AND SOUND SHOW TO GETHER IN THE EVENING AS A SINGLE TRIP AND HOW MANY DAYS BEFORE A TICKET CAN BE BOOKED ON LINE AND FERRYS TO HAVALOCK AND NEIL.PLEASE MAIL ME BACK AS I AM VISITING PORT BLAIR THIS NAVEMBER FROM 7 TH TO 14TH FOR WHICH I HAVE ALREADY BOOKED PLANE TICKTS THANKS

    1. Hi,
      Thanks. Glad that you found it helpful.
      Rose Island is port blair in different and Ross & Smith Island in Diglipur is different. The pics you see in my blog is of Diglipur Ross &Smith.
      Ross Island and Jail show could be done together i guess. Do Ross island afternoon and be back by evening. Book for a night show, then you will have ample time.
      Ross island has some historic remains of buildings. So if you are interested in historic things you might enjoy. Else, if you can consider jollybouy island, it has much more good view and also water sports.
      Regarding ferry booking it depends upon the season i feel. Please keep checking the https://tickets.greenoceanseaways.com/portal. It was around 1 or 2 months before, when i booked.

      Thanks,
      Rajesh

  6. Awesome blog…!!! Loved the way you explained everything in detail!!! Great pics!!!

    1. Thanks a lot for your comment Samudyata sameer.. Glad that you found the blog helpful 🙂
      Please stay tuned to my socila media (fb,youtube,insta) @wellplannedtrip, for more interesting well planned trips 🙂

  7. Hi Rajesh
    I am trying to plan for a 6 day 5 nights at Andaman what would be your suggestion on places if i need to cover Digalpur limestone caves also

    1. Hi Sugosh,
      Baratang (Limestone caves ) is a full day trip from Port blair. You have to start early morning inorder to manage the forest entry timings.
      From there to Diglipur, it is a long journey again.
      So if you want to cover Baratang (Limestone caves ) and Diglipur (Ross and smith Island,which is the best place i visited in Andaman), it would take 3 days
      Day 1 : Baratang, Stay
      Day 2: Diglipur, Stay
      Day 3: Return to port blair, full day drive
      Total trip cost was around 15000 for an Maruti Ertigo (Dec 2018)

  8. well explained.
    I’ve taken cue from this and few others. Do you think this is doable?

    Day1: Port Blair: Jolly Bouy and wandoor beach + Corbyn cove beach+ jail light show
    Day2: Move to Havelock: Elephant beach (snorkelling) and sunset at radhanagar beach
    Day3: Sunrise @Kalapathar Beach+ scuba and noon move to Neil. Sunset @Laxmanpur beach +Natural bridge
    Day4: Sunrise @Sitapur, Bharatpur beach water activities+ Natural rock formation+ shopping
    Day5: reach Port Blair by noon. Local Port Blair (cover which was not done on day1)
    Day6: Move to Baratang Island seeing Jarawa Tribe + Limestobe caves +Mangrove forest rest at hotel
    Day7: reach Port Blair by noon. local sight seeing
    Day8 : Flight back home.

    Let me know if this is good with children aged 6yr n 4yr. Also need some help in travel part. The above number is not reachable

    1. Hi Khushbu,

      Glad that you found my blog helpful 🙂

      Day1: Port Blair: Jolly Bouy and wandoor beach + Corbyn cove beach+ jail light show : Corbyn cove beach(Below avg, can be avoided)
      Day2: Move to Havelock: Elephant beach (snorkelling) and sunset at radhanagar beach : Make sure to take morning ferry
      Day3: Sunrise @Kalapathar Beach+ scuba and noon move to Neil. Sunset @Laxmanpur beach : Seems fine. Natural rock formation is one sight seeing place.
      Day4: Sunrise @Sitapur, Bharatpur beach water activities+ Natural rock formation+ shopping : Fine
      Day5: reach Port Blair by noon. Local Port Blair (cover which was not done on day1)
      Day6: Move to Baratang Island seeing Jarawa Tribe + Limestobe caves +Mangrove forest rest at hotel : This is a car trip for a day. You have to start early morning
      Day7: reach Port Blair by noon. local sight seeing
      Day8 : Flight back home.

      Sun set would be early around 5 pm. Plan accordingly.
      Ross & smith island in car takes 3 days.

  9. What a detailed writing. Helps a lot for my planning.

    1. Thanks Prabhu. Glad that it helped you. Please feel free to comment, if any info required 🙂

  10. Amazing pictures and wonderful writeup…extremely good!!! Very handy…I may not look into other blogs…this blog covers almost every detail and is more than enough for a 5 day trip to Andaman…Will be back here before I plan a trip…

  11. That was a very detailed and clearly explained one 🙂
    I am planning for a trip to Andaman in this January. I am really confused with the iternary. Could you please help me with it?

    1. Sure. Please let me know your confusion. I will try to help 🙂

  12. Hey rajesh..thanks for the detailed description..

    Can u suggest 6 days 5 night itinerary for me going wid wife..
    Ur experience is quite helpful dats y asking for ur guidance..

    1. Hi Saurabh,

      Please find 7 days itinerary
      IDEAL for 7 days relaxing trip and budget within 60-70k :

      Day 1: Port blair – (Jolly Bouy Island + Jail and Light and sound show)
      Day 2 : Morning ferry to Havelock – Snorkelling,water sports @ Elephant Beach & RadhaNagar Beach(Sun set)
      Day 3 : Havelock –
      Kalapathar(Sun rise), SCUBA(morning slot around 8 am is the best time for good visibility) & enjoy the evening in resort.
      Day 4 : Morning ferry Neil Island – Natural Bridge + Laxmanpur beach (Sun set)
      Day 5 : Neil Island – Sitapur Beach (Sun rise), Bharatpur Beach (If interested in water sports) & Enjoy
      Day 6 : Port Blair : Sight seeings + ChidiyaTapu(Sun set) (Keep this buffer day before return flight, in case of any ferry cancellations. Very important)
      Day 7 : Return Flight

      If you want to reduce one day, you can remove Day 6.
      I have explained me itinerary in detail in the last section of the blog. Please refer the same. 2 days in Havelock and 2 days Niel I would recommend. then port blair as per the available time

  13. Hi Rajesh,

    Thanks for such a detailed information. I am also planning to visit Andaman and Nicobar Islands with my spouse in coming January. Our flight is scheduled to arrive at Port Blair at around noon on 23rd Jan and departure is also from Port Blair on 30 Jan around noon. Though I looked at your itinerary, could you please let me know the following:
    1. Should we book and keep our luggage/belongings at one place/hotel/home_stay in Port Blair and tour around the islands or should we always take them with us while going from one island to another ?
    2. At which islands and its respective resort/hotel/home_stay should we do the bookings for staying and for how many days on each place?
    Many Thanks in Advance!

    Best Regards,
    Sam

    1. Hi Sam,
      Glad that the blog was helpful.
      Please find answers :
      1. Main Islands are port blair, havelock and Neil. While just going to sight seeing,islands like barataang,jollybouy from portblair(day tours), you can keep luggage in port blair hotel. While going to Havelock and Neil its better to take luggage with you in ferry.
      2. I had mentioned the stay,how to book details for havelock, Neil and Port blair. Please refer to the blog.
      I would suggest 2 days in Havelock and 2 days in Neil and the remaining in port blair. Please keep a buffer day in port blair before return flight, as a buffer in case of any bad weather situations.
      Hope it helps.
      Thanks,
      Rajesh

      1. Hi Rajesh,

        Could you please suggest which places should I visit, as my travel plan is as follows:
        (I have tried to follow your suggestion of spending 2 days in Havelock, 2 days in Neil and the remaining 3 days(in parts) in Port Blair):
        1. 30 and 31 January – Port Blair (Andaman Castle)
        2. 01 and 02 February – Havelock (White Coral Bach Resort) (I got 12.30 ferry to reach Havelock at 2 pm on 1st Feb).
        3. 03 and 04 February – Neil island (COCONHUTS) (Will reach at around 9.00 am on 3rd Feb)
        4. 05 February – Back to Port Blair (at around 11:30 AM) – Yet to book hotel, so please suggest.
        5. 06 February – Early morning return flight.
        Also, will it be fine to book some sightseeing package in Port Blair and rent a two-wheeler for touring both Havelock and Neil islands?
        And could you also suggest something about hiring a photographer (for getting our pics at all the locations) and cruise ship dinner or candle light dinner at either of the islands
        Waiting eagerly for your response.

        Best Regards,
        Sam

        1. Hi Sam,

          30 – Port Blair
          (Jolly Bouy Island + Jail and Light and sound show)
          31 January
          Chidiyatapu Sunset.
          North Bay & Ross Island(remains of history) if have time n interested

          01 – Havelock
          RadhaNagar Beach(Sun set)
          02 February
          SCUBA(morning slot around 8 am is the best time for good visibility)
          Afternoon : Snorkeling,water sports @ Elephant Beach / enjoy the evening in resort.

          03 – Neil island
          Laxmanpur beach (Sun set)
          04 February
          Sitapur Beach (Sun rise) + Natural Bridge

          05 February – Back to Port Blair
          Local sight seeings like sagarika emporium,Anthropology Museum etc if interested

          In Port blair –
          You can book package through hotel or Nasir(Sunnywale homestay) can help you.
          +91 7063945300,+91 9531913230

          renting a two-wheeler for touring both Havelock and Neil islands are cool. You will find many options for 500/day

          For private candle light dinner I found this option good, rather than spending on luxury resort:
          http://bit.ly/35T9dA1

          Not sure about photographer. You can check with stay. They might be able to refer. Or try searching options in internet with good reviews

    2. Sam and rajesh can you shate your contact details please.!

      1. Hi,

        Please post your query here, so that I will try to help you by replying soon.

        Thanks,
        Rajesh

  14. Hey Rajesh,

    Your blog gave clear picture abt the place.. Thank you so much. Initially we thought to book as package which went upto 46 to 60k but i guess we can plan our own itinerary. We are a family of 4 (kids age is 8 and 1). Our tickets have been booked, will land early morning(6.30) on 14th Feb and departure is on 19th(7.15am). Can you help me with booking the stay and sightseeing. We do not want very expensive stay but a place where childrens need can be managed.

    Below is my Plan

    Day 1 (14th)- Arrive at the hotel and Rest for sometime and head to Ross island as it has friendly deer and peacock for the kids to see, Arrive back to Port blair and attend the Light Show in the eve. (Can i include the museum and marine park).
    Day 2 (15th)- Head to Havelock in the morning. Check in and head to Elephanta Beach for activities and the in the evening Radhanagar beach.
    Day 3 (16th) – Kalapathar and Scuba if my hubby wishes to. (If you want u can include anything )
    Day 4(17th) – Head to Niel island -Bharatpur Beach for Activities+ Natural Bridge
    Day 5(18th – Need help as nt sure we will get time to watch Sun rise and Sun sets with kids or (head to Port Blair)
    Day 6()19th) – Morning Flight to Chennai

    1. Hi Nivedhana,
      Glad that the blog was helpful enough to plan your own trip.
      Booking stay : Please refer to each section Havelock,Neil and Port Blair. I have suggested my stays with pics.
      Booking sight seeing : Please get in touch with Nasir(SUNNYVALE Homestay) : +91 7063945300
      +91 9531913230. He will help you arranging the same.

      Day 1 : For visiting jail you need to reach before 5 pm. Light show you can do by late too.
      Ross Island would be a half day trip. As sun would set early in Andaman this time around 5 pm, you can plan other sight seeing if you have enough time. (For beauty, I would suggest Jollybouy. You would also get water activities)
      Day 2: Looks fine
      Day 3: Try beginner scuba. Its worth the experience. Please refer to scuba details in blog.
      Day 4 : Bharatpur Beach is ok ok. If u want to do water activities you can go.
      Day 5 : Sitapur Beach (Sun rise) and Laxmanpur beach (Sun set) are nice and less crowded. Even if u miss sunrise/set try not to miss.
      Laxmanpur beach you can swim in the first entry point.
      Enjoy wellplannedtrip to Andaman 🙂 Subscribe to my youtube channel for more trips :https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCyesd4SzUz_AupuOGWx3L3w

  15. Planning a trip with a 6month old baby in early april..plz suggest if april is a good time to visit andaman..thanks

    1. Hi Richa,
      It would be a good time to visit. The weather is pleasant and sunny and the sea is calm.
      summers (March to May) are warm but pleasant with sea breeze and have humidity level about 80%. It is suitable for all kinds of tourist activities.
      Thanks,
      Rajesh

  16. Hello Bro,
    Very helpful post, you’re the best. I’ve some queries regarding my upcoming honeymoon trip. Please give your suggestions
    1. Are hotels you mentioned good for honeymoon stay ? ( Privacy, service and trust. ) What if we want to add romantic things like candle light dinner etc. ?
    2. Which places can we drop for relaxed schedule ?
    3. Which are romantic, lonely and serene places for couple ( except Ross & smith, as you’ve mentioned it already )

    1. Hi Bro,
      Thanks for that lovely comment.
      1. Hotels were best options in Havelock(Dolphin resort -It has a private beach area) and Neil(Coconhut – Also has a little private beach area(cant swim)). Regarding candle light dinner -> in Dolphin on request they would provide i guess.You can call and check this. Basically they would provide a setup in the table in restaurant. If you are expecting something in beach side candle light dinner, would not be possible i guess. You might need check out more expensive options may be.
      2. Baratang day trip is little tiring. If you want relaxed trip, it can be dropped.
      Also filter sight seeing in port Blair(ross island and chidiyatapu can be skipped) according to your interest.
      Havelock – Kalapathar can be skipped
      3. I would suggest Neil for your requirement. Sitapur and Laxmanpur beaches are less crowdy, romantic, lonely and serene 🙂 Hope it helps 🙂
      Enjoy your wellplannedtrip to Andaman 🙂 Stay tuned and subscribed to my youtube channel also : https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCyesd4SzUz_AupuOGWx3L3w

  17. Wao bhai, very fast and helpful reply. Thanks
    Subscribed your channel

    1. Most welcome. How many days you are planning? You can chose places according to that

    2. Hi Buddy,

      For private candle light dinner I found this option good, rather than spending on luxury resort:
      http://bit.ly/35T9dA1

  18. Hi Rajesh, I really liked your blog on the Andaman… really appreciate the minute details you have covered here. Can you please tell me how I can go to North Bay and Ross Island from Port Blair in boat ? I mean how I can get the boat tickets in port Blair jetty ? Can I get on the day of travel ? If yes, do I need to go early in morning to book the boats ? Thank you.

    1. Hi Priyabrata,
      Thanks for your feedback. Glad that the blog was helpful.

      First we need to reach the boat jetty by land and then boat trip accordingly.
      Making bookings is simple actually. There is a tourism office in port blair: Tourist Information Center.

      You can take an Auto rickshaw there. They are very helpful and will give you all the information you need. You can also book tickets from there for the light shows and travel to the other islands like Ross Island, jolly bouy etc.
      Or it can be taken from Aberdeen Jetty (Rajiv Gandhi water sports complex). And it’s not very expensive either 🙂

      full day ferry trip to Ross Island and North Bay Island combined trip. Will cost you around 600Rs per seat in boat and will take you to Ross Island and then North Bay Island.

      Ross Island is abandoned place, remaining of history and scenic can do photography there.

      North Bay Island is good to Swim and for Coral Reef and Snorkeling etc. If you are doing snorkeling and scuba, sea walk will not excite you much.
      I would suggest : Snorkelling (Elephant beach) & Scuba (Havelock – as mentioned in blog)

      I would recommend Jollybouy if you are mainly looking for water sports in port Blair.

      Or just request your stay in port blair, they would be able to arrange or help too.
      Hope it helps 🙂
      Enjoy your wellplannedtrip to Andaman 🙂 Stay tuned and subscribed to my youtube channel also : https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCyesd4SzUz_AupuOGWx3L3w

  19. Hi Rajesh,

    Is passport required for Andaman trip? Can you please let me know if we can travel from Chennai to Andaman with only Aadhar and PAN as ID proof , without passport? It’s not required in airport either. Is that correct?

    1. Hi Varsha,

      No. Passport is not required for Andaman. Its not required in airports too. Just have any identity proof and tickets.
      Enjoy your wellplannedtrip to Andaman 🙂 Stay tuned and subscribed to my youtube channel also : https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCyesd4SzUz_AupuOGWx3L3w

      Thanks

  20. Thank you so much Rajesh !! For your prompt reply and for the very detailed blog.. I have planned my trip according to the iternary that you have provided , so thanks a lot!!
    By the way, one clarification. I have booked ferries just as you have mentioned. So I have a confusion in hotel check-in and check-out. Since I will be leaving Havelock to Neil island by 2:30 pm ferry, I can check out only at 12 pm right.. but none of the hotels show that option. Can you please help me more on that?

    1. Hi Varsha,
      Glad that the blog was helpful to you and wish you well planned trip to Andaman. Enjoy 🙂
      Generally, check out time is 11 or 12 as mentioned by the hotel. You can request them for extension, but expect may be max around 1 hour if they accept.
      As we did scuba diving on the morning, we checked out morning and Dolphin resort was kind enough to arrange a temporary room for freshening up after we returned from Scuba. Please check with the respective hotel and plan accordingly.
      If you are interested in candle light dinner in beach side, check out : http://bit.ly/35T9dA1

      It would be great if you can share the blog in your friends circle and social media too, so that it can help maximum travelers 🙂

      Thanks,
      Rajesh

  21. Planning an Andaman trip in the month of April, so could u suggest is it okay bro.? I really liked your blog on the Andaman. This was of great help.Thanks bro

    1. Hi Bro,
      It would be a good time to visit. The weather is pleasant and sunny and the sea is calm.
      summers (March to May) are warm but pleasant with sea breeze and have humidity level about 80%. It is suitable for all kinds of tourist activities.
      Glad that you liked the blog and it was helpful

      If you are interested in candle light dinner in beach side, check out : http://bit.ly/35T9dA1
      Enjoy your wellplannedtrip to Andaman 🙂 Stay tuned and subscribed to my youtube channel also : https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCyesd4SzUz_AupuOGWx3L3w

      Thanks,
      Rajesh

  22. Great Effort…. awesome…. Thank you for a very detailed plan..

  23. Hello sir…..
    Great writing at all…i am planning to ho andaman for May first week with family that includes two child of which one is three and the other is just one…is it good time to plan particularly in May and also children..??need needful information on that…and also kind of relaxing itienary for 6-7 days if possible…thanx in advance..

  24. I am planning a visit for 8 days to andaman/nicobar, what would be an ideal itinerary and for family of 4, approx cost excluding flight?

  25. Thank you so much for sharing your trip and it’s really helpful and gives me confidence that I can do this trip by myself.

  26. Hi Rajesh,
    thanks for writing such a beautiful blog on Andaman. I have to plan a trip in April end or May first week after my marriage. Is it worth to go andaman or i should go for Bali.
    Please suggest me something.

    1. Andaman is definitely beautiful and you can enjoy the trip if you plan well. For honeymoon, try to avoid crowded places, sight seeings etc. Get good resorts and relax in private beaches. Dolphin resort would be great. candle light dinner in beach side, check out : http://bit.ly/35T9dA1
      Neil would be less crowded. Give more days in Neil,havelock,Port blair order

      Haven’t been to Bali so cant compare. Guess both are beautiful on their own ways. Do one now and the other on 1st anniversary. How about that 🙂

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