Places to visit in Andaman in January

In the list of Hawaii, Bahamas, and others, Andaman and Nicobar have an eminent place. This is a group of islands along with beautiful beaches, crystal clear green waters, lagoons and pleasant environment that attracts many visitors every year across the globe. From beach activities to the iconic cuisine of the land, each activity of the islands is been an amazing experience to any beach or nature lover tourists. This is a perfect destination for honeymooners, a perfect place for diving lovers and a beautiful island for a serene family escape.

Places to visit in Andaman in January

These spots will welcome you with mesmerizing experiences on your Andaman holiday trip. You must visit Andaman after reading these mention charming places of it.

1. Radhanagar Beach 


Time Magazine declared Radhanagar Beach as the best beach in the world in 2004. Still, the beach is considering the top most visited beach among all in Andaman. Do you love underwater activities; then you must love this place. It lies on the west coast of the island and generally popular for its white sand and clear water. It is an idle place to celebrate and spend time with your friends. 

2. Elephant Beach


Do you love to stroll around the beachside? Elephant Beach is an idle place for you to explore. Like other beaches, Elephant beach is a clean beach to spend time. It is an idle place to spend some time in peace and relax. Visitors can refresh themselves by taking a dip in the beach water. You can also enjoy water sports activities like snorkeling and scuba diving here. You can reach this beach through the jungle trek around 2 km. You have another option also to take a speedboat to reach this beach.

3. Havelock Island 


The best Andaman holiday tourist places, Havelock Island resembles the Holy Grail of scuba diving. It is one of the most well-known activities in Andaman among explorers. The Barefoot Scuba Resort is the place you’d love to explore if you love scuba diving.  This is the best place that every tourist must add up on their bucket list.

4. North Bay Beach


In the North Bay Beach, stroll around the garden. The garden is popularly known as “Octopus” Garden. Discover the colorful fishes, coral reefs and different other marine living organisms that would be never observed while swimming by visitors. North Bay Beach is the best spot for ocean strolling in Asia and probably the best spot to visit in Andaman and Nicobar islands. 

Maybe most people don’t know that here swimming activity is safe for doing. Visitors will be comfortable to breathe beneath the glass helmet wearing. This place is eventually safe for this activity without any air pressure.

5. Rajiv Gandhi Sports Complex 


Banana rides, parasailing, fly skiing, skiff rowing, speed pontoon rides, and many more at Rajiv Gandhi Water Sports Complex. Kids those fond of water rides the best first place to bring your children here.

6. Museum


The museum visit will take you through ancient history and culture. These islands will show you regarding ancient history.  This place will bring you close to the Anthropological Museum knowledge regarding the tribes. Samudrika Naval Marine Museum in Port Blair also offers to look into the biodiversity of marine life.

7. Chidiya Tapu


The famous Chidiya Tapu known as ‘Paris of the East’ by the Brits.  All its brilliance and tropical excellence were destroyed during the earthquake in 1941 and the Japanese attack. There are reminders of the English engineering and rifle settles that are incredibly amusing to jab a finger in it. The park highlights the plant species like Mahuas and Padauks, to lovely animals and creatures. It is spread over around about 40 hectares and there is a great more species to see here, including wild pigs and spotted deers.

Here you can also have a glimpse looks for reptile for those visitors who are keen on watching crocodiles and snakes. For feathered creature watchers, it is an amazing place, as other animals can also frequently be spotted roaming without any reservation in the park. Don’t skip this place to add up in your bucket list of Andaman.

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