Southeast Asia’s Andaman and the Nicobar Islands are beautiful landscapes. It’s hot in the summer, but the fall is the best time to visit. You’ll see the blue ocean and azure sky as soon as you land in Port Blair while you plan Andaman 7 nights and 8 days with your travel companions.
Check out these 13 reasons to visit Andaman and Nicobar Islands this fall:
1. The weather and the ambience
Sunshine and drizzle are the main weather conditions. You will never need an air conditioner during the daytime or a blanket at night as “Goldilocks” weather. Shell collecting and snorkelling among the diverse flora and fauna of the ocean are some of the many life-changing experiences offered in the Andaman.
2. To-do lists never seem to end
If you’re looking for an adrenaline rush, you can try one of the adventure sports offered in Andaman 7 nights and 8 days vacation or just lay on the beach while listening to the waves. Scuba diving and parasailing are among the adventure sports available. You can spend hours lying on the beach or wandering around for hours without getting bored if you don’t like dangerous thrills.
3. Adventure Sports
When you’re an adrenaline junkie, no other place can match the Andaman. If you don’t want to parasail, get on a banana boat or go jet skiing in the ocean, or go kayaking along the mangroves, or go parasailing at speeds of 40 to 70 mph despite the strong winds or even walk on the seabed to view fishes and turtles.
4. Scuba Diving
A great adventure sport is scuba diving. Before you go for your dive, the trainers will train you properly, including how to communicate underwater. Coral reefs are among the sights you will see. They contain organisms of every colour in the spectrum – creatures you thought were only on National Geographic. Once you get out of the water, it’ll be not easy to get back to reality.
5. Visit Elephant Island
An incredible place to visit with family or friends is Elephant Island if you finally make it to the trip. On this island; Andaman 7 nights and 8 days, swimming is permitted only under the supervision of lifeguards. It also offers activities like snorkelling, diving, and speed boating.
6. The Radhanagar Beach
A visit to this beach would be one of the most amazing experiences of your life. The beach is one of the cleanest in Asia, and you can see a massive range of colors in both the sky and the ocean at sunrise and sunset. It is possible to jump over the waves on the beach. The surrounding neighborhood has several food stalls, so have some local snacks while you’re there.
7. North Bay & Neil Island
The North Bay and Neil Island are popular tourist hotspots that offer adventure sports and good shopping opportunities. Buying beautiful dresses, bikinis, and swimwear for as low as 150 INR has replaced Vero Moda.
8. Baratang Island
Limestone caves are one of Batarang Island’s surprises. A boat will need to cross a saltwater stream with mangroves on either side. You will receive stunning views of crystalline, luminescent limestones when you reach the cave.
9. Havelock Island
One of Andaman’s several hundred islands, perhaps the most famous. A cottage or hotel can accommodate your whole travelling party in different rooms. You can enjoy scuba diving at Havelock, and the seafood there is worth trying. Havelock is extremely well known for its flora and fauna.
Andaman’s food is something you wouldn’t expect. Apart from seafood, it has a variety of other options. With Andaman being a place of several cultures, a huge variety of foods can be found, including Bengali fish preparations and Indian south Indian food and Rajasthani Dal Bati Churma and Kashmiri tea. There is, however, a bounty of seafood in Andaman that should not be overlooked.
11. Jarawa Tribes
Jarawas are one of the very few aboriginal tribes still standing on Earth today. In South and Middle Andaman, the Jarawa tribes still do not know about modern civilization, and if you take a trip, you will see how they live – by hunting and gathering primitive clothing. You will see a part of the history of Indonesia right before your eyes.
12. Journey to the Jarawas
The Jarawas are seen in the jungle, in their natural habitat, as 350 to 400 cars line up in convoy. They start early in the morning and finish at night. Jarawas cannot be harmed by stopping their cars or taking pictures.
13. The Cellular Jail Tour
It’s a good idea to ask a local guide to explain what the cellular jail means to you. It is an important piece of Indian history since the British constructed the cellular jail in Andaman to prevent the escape of prisoners, who were freedom fighters. The island is surrounded by water. No place in the world will make you tear up more than the gallows, nearly 500 cells and salt chambers. Andaman 7 nights and 8 days trip is not complete; if you don’t visit to watch Cellular jail light show.