Top 5 things to do in Andaman and Nicobar for a perfect holiday

The islands of Andaman and Nicobar make for a unique vacation spot. Unlike any other trip, you’ve taken in the nation. The architecture, gastronomy, and culture of France, Portugal, and England have all blended here. You have the chance to partake in water sports and adventurous beach activities. Numerous beaches are really unlike one another. Some are calm, while others completely immerse you in the tourist crowd. The kind of crowd you’d want to hang out with, connect with, and attend various events and gatherings on the island. We’ve selected a few must-see attractions for your Andaman Tour Packages that you shouldn’t miss:

Walk under the sea at Havelock Island

Without needing to scuba dive, sea walks are a unique way to experience scuba diving. It entails wearing a glass helmet with a tube supplying oxygen inside. You dive underwater with lifeguards while surrounded by diverse flora and marine creatures. With the calm of the water, it is almost a meditative experience. Sea walks are done on the seabed, but not in the shallower parts of the ocean. That selected area is safe for human activity. Therefore, even those who cannot swim and those in the age range of 5-75 may easily enjoy a walk beneath the water on Havelock Island. The activity of sea walking can be done without any prior instruction or expertise. Seawalls are open in the morning from roughly 8 am through the afternoon at about 2 pm.

Wander the shoreline at Elephant Beach

This beautiful glistening beach offers a full beach experience with parasailing and snorkeling. The bright, lush tropical flora that surrounds you creates stunning scenic views. The beach was once visited by wild elephants from the neighboring tropical jungle, thus its name. The best and easy way to get to elephant beach is by ferry from Port Blair to Havelock island and then to Elephant Beach. The commute should take two and a half hours. The visibility underwater is excellent for marine strolling and scuba diving.

For those who would want to view the marine life without getting wet, there is also a glass boat trip. The best time to visit Elephant Beach is from October through May when the weather is perfect for all beach sports and activities. The beach is open for visitors from 8 am to 4 pm. You can also visit Radhanagar and Kalapathar beach which is near Elephant beach. They make for a more serene experience being a little secluded from the crowd and bustle of the tourists.

Discover Corbyn’s Cove Beach

Corbyn’s Cove Beach is pretty near to Port Blair. The journey to get there also makes for beautiful scenes. You can take a cab or rickshaw or a bike if you want to enjoy a scenic driving experience. The beach is open to everyone without a fee. You wouldn’t run out of options to do fun activities here but even if you just want to chill and soak up the sun, the island is perfect for it. Flamingo Transworld Pvt Ltd offers some of the best activities to try at Corbyn’s Beach:

Kayaking – This will give you an adrenaline rush rowing in the waves. It makes for a great opportunity to enjoy the beauty of the beach.

Scuba diving: If you have always dreamed of scuba diving we say do it here. With amazing and highly skilled trainers your experience will be good and calm. Experience the gorgeous sea life and be part of a meditative experience like no other.

Ride the Jet Ski

Despite the location, riding a jet ski could seem to be a comparable experience. Contrary to popular belief, the riding experience is dependent on the local current, wind, and safety measures. The following are the top locations for jet skiing in the Andaman and Nicobar Islands:

  • Corbyn’s Cove Beach
  • Elephant Beach
  • North Bay Island
  • Bharatpur Beach

Each of the beaches charges 599 for 10 minutes. The activity’s age range is 10 to 60 years old.

Carry your swimsuit, sunglasses, and sunscreen when jet skiing so you can enjoy the pleasant weather. Jet skiing alone is popular among visitors, although it is prohibited in the Andaman and Nicobar Islands by law. It is required that each visitor be accompanied on a jet ski by an experienced rider because the island’s waves can occasionally get rather rough.

Enjoy Glass Bottom Boating

You must have seen a photo of a tourist floating on a crystal-clear lake in this era of beautiful travel posts on Instagram. They were in fact floating on a glass boat, and from here, you can take advantage of several possibilities to explore the stunning beaches of the Andaman and Nicobar Islands. If you’re not a swimmer or just want to enjoy a relaxing sport without getting wet. This is the perfect thing for you to do. I’m not exaggerating when I say that the glass boat’s illusion gives the impression of floating in the water.

Conclusion

You can’t help but fall in love with this gorgeous, gorgeous place because of the people, the culture, and the surroundings. You must have considered relocating there when you saw the mountains, but I can assure you that if you see the beaches here, you’ll start to consider doing so here too.  The island is not only lovely but also affordable and economical. So, whether you want to live here permanently or not, visiting is undoubtedly a wonderful experience.  I am sure you’ll keep coming back!

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