Andaman & Nicobar, India

The Andaman and Nicobar Islands are situated off the coast of the Bay of Bengal in the eastern section of the Indian subcontinent. There are 600 islands that make up an archipelago in the Bay of Bengal and are also Union Territories of India. Port Blair is the capital of the Andaman Islands, whereas Car Nicobar is the capital of the Nicobar Islands. It belongs to India. We at KraftMyTrip provides all destination packages for Andaman & Nicobar, India.

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Andaman & Nicobar Tours

Andaman & Nicobar Tours

Andaman & Nicobar Tours

At the confluence of the Bay of Bengal and the Andaman Sea, there are 600 islands that make up the union territory of India known as the Andaman and Nicobar Islands, 38 of which are inhabited. The Andaman Sea divides the region from Thailand and Myanmar, and it is located roughly 150 km (93 mi) north of Aceh in Indonesia.

"My favourite location is the Andamans." One of the main attractions were the magnificent Andamans Coral Reefs. I was particularly drawn to the wild forest, indigenous people, and marine life. I advise anyone who wants freedom to travel to the Andaman and Nicobar Islands and space to breathe clean air to do so.

The finest seasons to visit Andaman and Nicobar Islands are summer and winter, when you may explore and take part in water sports. Water activities are suspended and it is not a good time to visit the area during the wet season.

Dec- Feb : The best time to explore is now, during these chilliest months. It's a wonderful experience to stroll down the beach in the evening and feel the crisp, chilly breeze.

March-May : At this time, the summer season officially starts as hordes of visitors arrive. During these months, the humidity increases to up to 80%, making it ideal for aquatic sports. Every activity is done during the summer, including sea diving, snorkelling, and jet skiing.

August-November : Monsoon season is an excellent time to visit Andaman, albeit you won't be able to participate in any water sports. However, you can switch to a trekking mode and travel far into the bush. After the rain, the landscape appears to be covered in lush, new vegetation, and each of the islands appears charming and lovely.

The Andaman Islands provide a variety of lodging options. One can select from a wide range of accommodations, including resorts, five-star hotels, and cottages. The two most popular places to stay are Havelock Island and Port Blair. Some alternatives for lodging include Barefoot, The Jalakara, Andaman Galley, and Havelock Island Beach Resort. There are upscale, premium, and inexpensive hotels from which to pick. Additionally, affordable lodging is provided by both the government and the commercial sector. These lodging options are accessible at Port Blair, South Andaman, Havelock Island, and a few more places.

In Port Blair and other tourist destinations, local transportation options include taxis, vehicles, buses, and minibuses. The majority of locations provide two-wheeler rentals for sightseeing. Cycling is recommended for exploring tourist attractions on small islands like Swaraj Dweep and Shaheed Dweep.

The people of Andaman and Nicobar are divided mainly into two categories indigenous tribal people and outside settlers. Both classes have different traditions and cultures, which creates a beautiful combination. The indigenous tribes are mainly hunters or horticulturists and do not have much contact with outsiders.