Known for its pristine white sand and crystal-clear waters, Radhanagar Beach is often ranked among the best beaches in Asia.
This tranquil island offers beautiful beaches, lush greenery, and opportunities for snorkeling and scuba diving.
Another popular destination in the Andaman Islands, Havelock Island is famous for its stunning beaches and vibrant coral reefs.
Formerly the administrative headquarters of the British in the Andaman Islands, Ross Island now serves as a historical site with ruins and a small museum.
Home to the famous limestone caves and mud volcanoes, Baratang Island is a unique and fascinating place to explore.
Known for its vibrant coral reefs, North Bay Island is a haven for snorkelers and scuba divers.
Offering a more off-the-beaten-path experience, Little Andaman Island is known for its wave surfing spots and waterfall
Birdwatchers will enjoy a visit to Chidiya Tapu, which translates to "Bird Island," as it is home to a variety of bird species.
The only active volcano in South Asia, Barren Island allows visitors to witness the volcanic activity from a safe distance.
Part of the Mahatma Gandhi Marine National Park, Jolly Buoy Island boasts clear waters, diverse marine life, and colorful coral reefs.
A remote and untouched island, Cinque Island offers pristine beaches, excellent snorkeling, and stunning underwater visibility
Located in North Andaman, Diglipur is known for its natural beauty, including the famous twin beaches of Ross and Smith Islands.
Surrounded by mangrove forests and offering scenic beaches, Long Island is perfect for those seeking a peaceful and serene atmosphere.
Explore the mystical limestone caves in Diglipur, formed over centuries by the action of water.
Situated near the Mahatma Gandhi Marine National Park, Wandoor Beach is known for its calm and clear waters, making it ideal for swimming and snorkeling.