After months of thinking to write about our honeymoon trip to the Andaman Islands I finally got over my laziness and decided to take it up. I figured it’s going to be a longish post so why not share a bit of Andamans, more of the Havelock island actually, in pictures before I actually start the writing bit 😉 .
I will be posting some of the photos in two sets and then, a detailed log will follow with some useful information that I hope, would be helpful for those planning to visit the Andamans.
Till then, let’s start with some of the photos!
Update: Continued to: Havelock, Andaman & Nicobar Islands – In Pictures – Part 2
15 thoughts on “Havelock, Andaman & Nicobar Islands – In Pictures”
nice photography, felling like myself there and enjoying those beautiful and historical landscapes…
Thanks a lot mamu, more coming soon. Please keep an eye 🙂
Great photo! Look like a great place to visit 🙂
The Andaman islands are magically beautiful, a must visit for anyone who loves natural and serene locations.
i am going to andman with wife only for eight days in this September. can u please guide how to use this eight days and what activities can be done there. i am a budget traveller.so can u guide where to stay at havelcok island and niel island where to eat and what other activities can be done .thanks.
Eight days is a good-enough time for Andamans according to me.
I would suggest you to do something like this:
Day 1: Get settled in a hotel in Port Blair and head out for brunch. Rent out a two-wheeler to roam around. Post lunch, head to Carbyn’s cove beach for some water-sports like water-scootering, etc. Post lunch, visit cellular jail and watch the light and sound show there.
Day 2: Visit Samudrika museum and then after an early lunch, head to the Wandoor beach. Its a beautiful drive. Roam around in PB after returning from Wandoor.
Day 3: Ride to Chidiya Tapu this day and watch the beautiful sunset there.
Day 4: Visit Jolly Buoy or Ross Islands. Snorkell.
Day 5: Take early morning ferry to Havelock. Try to get the tickets of the Govt. ferry. You can enjoy your time at the deck. Stay somewhere around the Vijayanagar area. Visit the kalapatthar beach. Roam around and spend time doing nothing in one of the many cafes.
Day 6: Snorkell/scuba if you want. Head to the elephant beach (trek). Then head to the beautiful Radhanagar beach, sit, relax and watch the sunset. You can also go night-kayaking if you want.
Day 7: Head to Neil and explore the island. Bharatpur, Sitapur & Laxmanpur beaches.
Day 8: Head to Port Blair and fly back home.
thanks a lot
Have a wonderful trip. Don’t forget to share your experience once you are back 🙂
Your pics are a teaser! Will discuss with you about the itinerary later. I will ping you. 🙂
Sure dada, I will be more than glad to 🙂