Soul of Andaman

Explore the Nature

The Andaman and Nicobar Islands, a group of 572 islands in the Bay of Bengal and Andaman Sea, are renowned for pristine white sandy beaches, vibrant coral reefs, and lush tropical forests. Tourist attractions include the historic Cellular Jail, captivating Havelock and Neil Islands, colonial Ross Island, Viper Island with its snake population, the active volcano on Barren Island, Corbyn’s Cove Beach, and Mount Harriot’s reserve forest. This archipelago offers a unique blend of natural beauty, cultural diversity, adventure, and relaxation, appealing to a wide range of visitors, whether they are nature lovers, adventure seekers, or those seeking tranquility.

Tourist Spots

Port Blair :-

Port Blair, the captivating capital of the Andaman and Nicobar Islands, blends history, natural beauty, and adventure. Known for the infamous Cellular Jail National Memorial and stunning coral reefs, the city draws tourists from all corners. Explore historic sites like Ross Island and Viper Island, or unwind at Radhanagar Beach, named Asia’s best in 2004. The Cellular Jail, now a museum, tells a poignant story. Don’t miss Havelock Island, the archipelago’s largest, offering a diverse experience. Port Blair’s beaches host thrilling activities like parasailing and scuba diving, creating a dynamic and unforgettable destination.

Havelock :-

Premium scuba diving and snorkeling are the highlights of the gorgeous Havelock Island, the most popular of the Andaman Islands. Glass-bottomed boats provide a similar up-close marine life experience. Jungle treks and camping are popular landlubbing activities, though the more delicately dispositioned can choose to retire to one of several luxury resorts. Refuel with fresh coconut milk and succulent, just-caught seafood, which dominates every meal.

Diglipur :-

The fascinating town of Diglipur is the largest town in North Andaman Islands and yet often goes unnoticed because of its distance from other popular tourist attractions (Havelock and Port Blair). But, perhaps it is this same distance that makes Diglipur such a different and adventurous place. With its rich flora and fauna, natural parks, and lively marine life; There are so many options of how to actively spend your holidays here. From climbing the highest peak in the Bay of Bengal to exploring the breathtaking twin islands of Ross and Smith, observing an active mud volcano, or witnessing turtles (nesting and hatching) in pristine beaches, Diglipur is a wonder for all.

Neil :-

Neil Island, a rustic gem in the Andamans, boasts biodiversity, unspoiled coral reefs, and tranquil beaches within its compact 13.7 square kilometers. Ideal for laid-back exploration on bicycles, it offers a serene escape from the bustle of neighboring Havelock. With deserted beaches, charming villages, and minimal tourist activity, it’s a perfect retreat for those seeking a peaceful getaway.