The Perfect Andaman Travelling Guide - Andaman Holiday Packages White sands, dun coloured shorelines, clear blue waters, coconut and palm trees, mesmerizing marine life, and scrumptious sea food – this is what describes Andaman Island just perfectly! Planning a trip to this amazingly beautiful island anytime soon? Wonderful! Here we are to help you plan the perfect trip to Andaman – when to visit, where to stay, what to do, what to visit, and what to eat. Whether it is a romantic honeymoon or adventurous trip with friends, this is the ideal Andaman travelling guide. And to make it even better, let Andaman Holiday Packages plan yourtravels in Andamanin the most customized way to make it fun as well as comfortable for you. When to visit? Although visiting the Andaman at any time of the year is a great opportunity, and you can plan your trip anytime you have vacations or leisure time for a few days, if you have an option to choose the time of year for planning a vacation, you may as well choose the best time of all for your Andaman trip. November to May is the time of the year when tourists from across the globe come to visit the island because of the perfect tropical monsoon climate. And, if rains and high tides are not what you want to encounter on your trip, and to be on the safer side, it is always better to avoid the time from June to September. Where to stay? There are a number of hotels and resorts where you can accommodate yourself while you are the island. The most popular islands where tourists generally stay are Port Blair and Havelock Island. You could have an affordable stay in a budget hotel that could cost you Rs.
2000 per person per night. And, if budget is not what restricts you, then enjoy the luxuries of a 5 star hotel or resort that could cost you Rs. 90,000 for two, but make your stay memorable for a lifetime! What to do? There are multiple options how you can send your trip at the Andaman. If you think it only sticks to walking down the beach or indulging in water activities, you are wrong. Apart from soaking in the sun at the beach, scuba diving, snorkeling, underwater walking, boat rides, and parasailing, you can also go sightseeing, trekking down the tropical forests with lush green environments, and go shopping for some souvenirs. What to visit? Beaches to visit –Radhanagar Beach, Elephant Beach, Vijayanagar Beach, Corbyn’s Cove, Wandoor Beach, and Lamanpur Beach Water activities – Beaches at Port Blair, Neil Island, and Havelock Island Sightseeing – Cellular Jail in Port Blair, First Administrative Settlement of British in Ross Island, Lime Stone Caves and Mud Volcano in Baratang Island, sunset at Chidia Tapu, sunset at Laxmanpur Beach, and the Marina Park in Port Blair Trekking – Mount Harriet to Madhuban; Chidia Tapu to Kala Pahad; and Havelock to Elephant Beach Shopping – Aberdeen Bazaar, Sagarika Emporium at Port Blair, Government Emporia at City Centre, and Anup Eco Arts at Havelock Island What to eat? You can enjoy the scrumptious sea food and special whole lobster at the Lighthouse Residency in Aberdeen Bazaar, the sea food platter at Red Snapper, fresh fried fish at any island, and confectionery and bakery items at Switz Bakerz, Bathu Basti. And if you aren’t a sea food lover, worry not! You can have amazing Indian, Thai, Indonesian, Chinese, Continental, and Burmese cuisines too. For more details visit: Andaman Holiday Packages Stay social with us on: Facebook, Twitter, Google+, LinkedIn, Pintrest, and YouTube