Andaman Islands

The Andaman Islands are the visible peaks of a submerged mountain range running from Myanmar to Indonesia. They offer visitors a once in a lifetime opportunity to experience some of the most untouched tropical islands anywhere on the planet.

Whether you are exploring the primeval jungle, marvelling at the mangrove forest or enjoying the pearl-white beaches, it is impossible not to fall in love with this astonishing landscape. A major reason for the Andamans being able to boast such pristine beauty is its remote location; 1,370km from the Indian mainland, this undiscovered collection of islands is well off the regular Indian tourist route. Resultantly, it is the perfect addition to any Indian itinerary but is also a fabulous place to escape the world for a relaxing break on its own.

For all the beaches, forests, jungles and native tribes that the Andamans are able to offer, the major attraction of these discrete collection of islands are the diving activities available. The coral reefs surrounding the main island of Havelock boast 89% of India's coral diversity. This means there is ample opportunity for divers of all abilities to see staghorn coral, bump head fish and hawksbill turtles, to name but a few. 

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The Andaman Islands climate is mostly warm, with pleasant sea breezes. Read More

The Andaman Islands climate is mostly warm, with pleasant sea breezes. The rainy season occurs twice a year, under the influence of the monsoons, in mid-May to September and November to January. There is medium to heavy rainfall during these times. Consequently, the best time to visit and enjoy the Andaman Islands is between mid-November and April.

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