Andaman Group of around 600 islands so captivating and full with vibrating life and aura at beaches of Andaman island is romantic enough to cajole a traveler to look for good Andaman holiday packages online or schedule a meeting with their travel planner to customize their Andaman Holiday. Though the Andaman tour can be customized with a trip tothe islands of Andaman, we will talk of Havelock island only, as it is the most visited and loved island. Havelock has much better tourism infrastructure compared to other islands of Andaman. Tourists on Andaman vacations can reach Havelock Island by Cruise or Ferry from Port Blair.


The water at its bluest blest, thick green mangroves, silky beautiful beaches and some of Havelock’s best diving spots in the wonderland of a tourist. All there’s to see and do in Havelock Island is here.

Radhanagar Beach:

Radhanagar Beach is arguably the most popular beach on the Andaman Islands and is considered the best beach on the Asian continent. The beach is not only an utter feast for the eyes but also the mind, with its incredible curve of sparkling lakes, white sand, and lush forests.

Havelock’s Elephant Beach

The isolated Elephant Beach is yet alternative stunning beach in the islands of Havelock, most famous for being a snorkeling hotspot and the range of water activities it has to offer. With its sugar-white sand, antique trees, and reef grinning with corals close to the coastline, this is a must-visit location during your tour Andaman. Any Andaman Holiday packages are not complete without the inclusion of Elephant beach in the Andaman tour Itinerary.

Govindnagar Beach

Beaches end at the jetty, with a line of resorts and hotels on its coasts. From village Number 1 to village 2, it is possible to find mangroves and rocky patches that render swimming not optimal, snorkeling is suggested only for the experienced.

Beach No. 3 at Havelock Islands.

Not a very famous and vested tourist beach, mainly due to the cliffs, mangroves and dead reef bottom that stops one from snorkeling or swimming. However, the water is dazzlingly blue here and the views are unbelievable. Because of the strong undercurrents, swimming here isn’t suggested.

Vijaynagar Beach  

If you love and enjoy long sandy coastlines and tropical waters, here is where you should enjoy your vacation time at Havelock. Allowing the superlative sun and sand moments on the island, Vijayanagar beach is filled with tall trees of coconut and contrary to other havelock beaches this beach has some white powder patches that make it ideal for spending your day just sunbathing or swimming.

Kalapathar Beach

This white beach is lined with black rocks just as the name suggests, making it impossible to swim in the Kalapathar Sea. Best recognized for its spectacular sunrises, this beach is connected by road and comprises a lovely trip along the coast of Havelock.


Havelock Island is avery beautiful destination that attracts everyone tovisit the Andaman Islands. While many tourists are allured by its pristine beaches with white sandy shores, it is the crystal-clear waters with its tropical corals that keep attracting adventure seekers here. Including humble huts for backpackers to the most luxury resorts for professional tourists, Havelock has the best of nature-the town has it all. Here are some of the thing that you should do in Havelock Island:

Scuba Diving in Havelock

Havelock is a hotspot for scuba operation in Andaman with exclusive diving spots that allow you to swim among the unique corals and a range of tropical island fish. Start diving for pleasure or go ahead and become an Open Water Diver accredited by PADI or SSI, schedule your specialized open water lessons here or learn scuba diving, Havelock won’t mislead you. Looks like an adventure?

Snorkeling in Havelock

Fascinating corals and warm seas, as well as several colorful species, render Havelock a perfect spot for snorkelers. Book some of the best Havelock Tour packages at the club holiday.


In addition to the dreamlike white sandy beaches, Havelock is also popular as home to 1/5 of India’s overall mangrove habitat. Step into a kayak and discover the island’s woods, hear the birds squeak and find peace while you row the kayak encircled by wildlife. Tourists could also choose to go for the night kayaking, especially in no moon night, in Havelock and experience the wonder of nature as you see the glowing bioluminescence with every Oar’s sweep.

Trekking in Havelock Jungles:

Havelock has many trekking trails listed as safe to explore. Move through the forests and head out on unfamiliar roads–Havelock will never hesitate to amaze you. Updating the local government authority about your excursion and securing n necessary permissions is always recommended because innocently you may end up encroaching in reserved land. Beware of poisonous when trekking through the Havelock jungles

Trek to Elephant Beach

 Village number 6 is the starting point for this 2 Km long easy track. This trek includes a climb of maximum up to 6 to 12 meters of hillock climb, not very vertical. Tourists will get to Elephanta beach in 30 to 35 minutes by a standard walk by crossing the forest. This Simple is not suggested during the drizzling season, as it can get slippery and extremely messy and greasy. lookout for snakes but Leeches are rare.   You can reach Elephanta breach sea rout as well on a speed boat by paying Rs 700 per person.  Elephanta beach is well-known for watersports facilities.

Kalapathar Forest Trek

This easy, small, flat and beautiful trail runs parallel to the coast. Tourists are advised not to take a long walk for more than 2 hours as he may end up in the forest’s restricted areas. If you want to travel for more than 2 hours, please ask the Havelock Police Station for approval and advice.

ChaarNaarial Trek

This trek is a little risky and needs permission from the local authority for skilled trekkers since it is illegal to venture into reserved forests. In the village, the path is hidden far away and one cannot do this without the backing of a local village dinghy/boatman.

Bird Watching Tour

Numerous bird species are native to the Andaman Islands, including the Andaman Treepie, Andaman Serpent Eagle, the Andaman Wood Pigeon and

Fishing at Sea.

Sail on a private boat brimming with capture in the crystal-clear waters of the Andaman Sea. Cast your line and spool in a diversity of fishes, all while relaxing and relishing in the tropical weather. It is not good that you have to return the fishes where it belongs, yet it’s a Fun! Fishing is not allowed in Andaman and you may be able to enjoy during your Andaman Holiday.

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