The breathtaking islands of Andaman and Nicobar offer glistening waters, sunny skies, golden beaches, and a plethora of natural wonders. It's a great place to go on a honeymoon, and it also draws tourists who want to relax in a natural setting that hasn't been tainted by commercialism. The warm weather in Andaman during the year adds to its allure. Not to mention the delectable seafood and mind-boggling Andaman attractions that will leave you wanting more.
If you've decided to book an Andaman Nicobar tour package, make sure to include the following Andaman attractions on your itinerary to ensure a wonderful holiday.
The notorious term "kaala pani," which you must have heard since childhood, refers to Port Blair's Cellular Jail. It was a British-era colonial jail where Indian Freedom Fighters were imprisoned. Many political dissidents have been imprisoned here in the past. Despite the fact that many parts of the jail were destroyed during WWII, it still stands tall to remind us of its history. This place's light and sound display is a must-see. Any visitor visiting the Andaman Islands can watch the light and sound display here. It is held every day in Hindi (5:30 p.m. to 6:30 p.m.) and English (6:45 p.m. to 7:45 p.m.), with the exception of Monday, when the jail is closed.
Rajiv Gandhi Water Sports Complex is a must-see in Andaman for all water sports enthusiasts. This complex, located in Port Blair, offers a variety of water sports such as banana boat trips, jet skiing, para sailing, speedboat rides, and more. You should try these rides whether you've done them before or not because the staff is extremely well-trained. You're fine. Before you begin any water sport, you will be given safety guidelines and supplied with safety equipment. If you're on your honeymoon, make sure to include this location in your Andaman honeymoon kit. It promises a day of excitement, thrills, and fun.
Havelock Island's Radhanagar Beach is a hidden gem. The turquoise blue waters, stunning sunset views, and white sand of this beach have been dubbed "Asia's Best Beach" by TIME magazine. For a relaxing experience, indulge in some sunbathing or swimming. It is one of the most beautiful places to visit in Andaman, with lush greenery all around.
Diglipur is an offbeat Andaman destination renowned for its stunning natural beauty. It's perfect for honeymooners looking for a secluded, scenic spot. Grand Trunk Road connects the area, and you can get here by private bus or taxi. Diglipur's popular tourist attractions include Pathi Level Beach, Turtle Nesting Point, Diglipur Church, and Kalipur Beach. For their rustic beauty, you must visit Chalis Ek Caves and Alfred Caves. Diglipur is known for its natural beauty, so don't expect much in the way of luxury. In the plus hand, there are plenty of places to spend some quality time with your girlfriend.
Ross Island is a must-see for history lovers and photographers alike. The glory and elegance of this tiny island, affectionately known as the "Paris of the East" by Britishers, were shattered during World War II. However, old structures such as the synagogue, British mansions, and the market can still be seen. On the island, there are several machine-gun nests. Ross Isla is easily accessible. Taking the ferry from Port Blair to Ross Island is a convenient way to see the island. On this island, you'll even find deer, peacocks, and rabbits wandering freely, adding to the island's natural beauty.