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An Adventure Tour of the Andaman islands- Make Your Trip Worthwhile with This Guide

Hey, are you craving some adventure? Has it been years since you have felt thrilled and excited? Then, the Andaman and Nicobar islands are waiting for you with a plethora of surprises that will make you awestruck. The Andaman and Nicobar islands, located at the southeastern edge of the Bay of Bengal, are a group of 572 islands where only a few islands are inhabitable. The charm of these islands is hidden in the unblemished nature, white sandy beaches, diversified wildlife and mysterious tropical rainforest. Needless to say, with so many geographical advantages, the Andaman and Nicobar islands have become a paradise to tourists around the world.

In this blog, you can learn about the top tourist spots to make an adventure tour of the Andaman islands worthwhile. So, buckle up and be ready for the ride!

Make a bucket list of the top tourist spots for Adventure Tours Andaman

A bucket list is a must to have when you are going on an adventure trip. You can cover all places you want to visit and make your trip worthwhile. Check out the following popular tourist spot and include them in your bucket list-

Cellular Jail

Cellular Jail, also known as Kalapani, has a great historical significance. This place is situated in Port Blair, the capital city of Andaman and Nicobar islands. Cellular Jail is popular for being a place for the imprisonment of many renowned Indian freedom fighters and political activists during the struggle for India’s independence. This place was constructed by the Britishers in 1906. Apart from the rich history, this tourist spot is popular for the Light and Sound show where you can learn about the painful days of freedom fighters in the infamous Cellular Jail. 

Havelock island

Havelock island, also known as Swaraj Dweep, is one of the best attractions in the Andaman and Nicobar islands. It takes 1.5-2.5 hrs from Port Blair to Havelock by ferry. While being dotted with white sandy beaches, turquoise blue waters, lush mangrove forests and vibrant corals, this island gives the traveller a place to relax and soak up some sun. Havelock has some secluded beaches such as Radhanagar beach and Elephant beach where you can get close to the rich aquatic life.

Radhanagar beach is one of the most famous beaches in Havelock island with its serene nature, pristine blue water, white sand and entrancing lush Mahua forests. You can feel calm and stress-free while walking barefoot by the seaside or just sitting and enjoying some exotic local refreshments on Radhanagar beach.

Elephant beach is another place that makes tourists amazed with a coastline buried under yellowish-white sand surrounded by the signature blue water on one side and dense greenery on the other. Elephant beach is known for some exciting adventure sports. This beach is popular with adventure lovers for underwater activities like scuba diving and snorkelling as well as kayaking and jet skiing. This place rewards adventurers with an amazing experience. That is why thousands of travellers are crashing at the Andaman islands and taking a tour of Elephant beach to enjoy exciting underwater activities while exploring the mysterious marine life.

Neil island

Neil island, also called Shaheed Dweep, is best known for its picturesque views, fascinating biodiversity, unexplored tropical forests and greenery, white sand beaches and rich coral reefs. This place is referred to as the Vegetable bowl of Andamans as the entire island is surrounded by long banana plantations, paddy fields and other agricultural greenery. This least-visited island is an ideal place for travellers who want to have a laid-back vacation without the city noises and explore the untouched beauty of 3 beaches- Bharatpur beach, Laxmanpur beach and Sitapur beach. This island is also famous for its sunset points where you can sit back and enjoy the beauty of the ocean during the sunset. Don’t miss the mesmerising view from the top of Natural Bridge, also called Howrah Bridge by the locals!

Ross island

Ross island is another place you can’t miss if you want to learn about the historical importance of the Andaman islands. Ross island was named after marine surveyor, Daniel Ross, but that was changed to Netaji Subhas Chandra Bose island in 2018. This island was the headquarters of the British colony from 1858 to 1942 and from 1945 to 1947. The ruins of buildings are the witness of the historical events during the British period. So, this island is worth visiting if you want to enjoy some historic sites complemented with beautiful natural views. Another attraction of Ross island is the Deer Park where you can find different kinds of deer including barking deer roaming around. 

Make Your Trip More Thrilling with Andaman Love Team

If you are ready for an adventure tour and your destination is the Andaman and Nicobar islands, there will be no better travel partner for you than Andaman Love. Andaman Love is a renowned travel company that assists tourists coming to Andaman in every possible way to make their trip fun, relaxing and unforgettable. We promise a great travel experience for all adventure lovers with our professional and friendly tour managers, well-maintained vehicles, budget-friendly packages, customisable itineraries and well-appointed hotels and beach resorts.

Andaman Love is eager to help you with anything during your tour of the Andaman islands. Reach out to our tour managers by calling at +91 89009.11813 or +91 99320.81242 and plan your adventure trip today. Visit our website to learn more about our packages!