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White Sand Beach: You Need To Add The Andamans To Your Bucket List


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  • 3.287 million km²

A beach vacation is always enjoyable. However, an island beach vacation is even more enjoyable. The Andaman Islands are the ideal getaway because of their white sand beaches, mangroves, and lush tropical rainforests. Water babies will love the chances to dive (the Andamans offer some of the top dive locations in the nation), and beachcombers will love Radhanagar Beach’s immaculate sands.

There are around 300 islands in the Andaman Islands. The main Andaman Islands include the North, Middle, and South Andaman, referred to as the Great Andaman; further islands include Rutland Island, Landfall Island, Interview Island, the Sentinel Islands, and Ritchie’s Archipelago. The 90-mile (145-kilometer) Ten Degree Channel divides the Nicobar Islands from the Little Andaman in the south.


Visiting the Andamas brings you so close to Nature and Wildlife.

The Andamans are best visited between October and April due to low weather fluctuations and clear skies. The peak season is October to April, while November to January offer pleasant sunny days without excess heat or humidity. The tropical island experiences only two seasons.


Tilar Siro: A resort in Havelock, offers accommodations with double-storey units, private balconies, and a menu focusing on seafood. The resort partners with diving outfit Lacadives to provide active experiences and explore the natural bounty.

Taj exortica resort: Consider the villas constructed with plantation lumber, which was done without removing any of the surrounding trees, or the fitness complex, which was designed with an Olympic-sized infinity pool on the first floor and centred around a massive mahua tree. The expansive mansions are modelled after the homes of the Andaman island native Jarawa tribe. They are saturated with natural light and have wide windows, wooden furnishings, and four poster beds. You may spend your time in nature at the resort by going on hikes in the jungle, having picnics on the beach, and picking apples and mangoes from the orchard.

SeaShell: This beachside hotel in the Andamans offers stunning sea views and coconut tree-dotted shores. Choose from duplex villas, spacious rooms, wooden cottages, chalets, cabanas, and bungalows. Dine at the in-house restaurant White Lotus, serving classic Indian and European cuisine.

WelcomHotel Bay Island: The luxury hotel in the Andamans, built in 1981, offers 46 rooms and suites with stunning sea views. Located just 12 minutes from the airport, it features indigenous materials like pedauk, providing a comfortable escape from daily routines.

Barefoot, Havelock: Barefoot at Havelock encourages you to embrace nature in its raw, untouched form. Situated on Radhanagar Beach, the resort houses 31 thatched wooden cottages, tents and villas, all constructed using environmentally friendly materials. Stay at the Andaman Villa, inspired by the architecture of the British era or choose the Tented Cottage, a luxury tent with a four-poster bed, writing desk and attached bathroom. If you’re travelling with children, the Duplex Cottage is the perfect option, with a bed on the ground and first level as well as a private porch for kids to run around carefree.

Symphony samundra: This spa and wellness resort, situated in a rainforest, offers a serene retreat with an organically filtered eco pool, wellness center, gym, spa pool, and rainforest view. The resort offers various rooms, including Casa Tropicana, Hill Villa, Aqua Villa, Sky Villa, and Garden Suite Villa, each with unique features like rainforest views, homely feel, pool access, and ocean views.


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