The Andaman Islands have been renowned for their stunningly gorgeous beaches that are peaceful in their natural surroundings. The beaches are hidden on the island’s coast and provide one of the most stunning images. Tourists are welcomed by cute tiny cottages and huts, turquoise waters, golden and white beaches, and more. Andaman, along with Nicobar islands, is a holidaymaker’s wish come true.
There are five72 islands within the archipelago. Of these, only 38 of them are permanently inhabited. The islands are surrounded by lush tropical jungles and beautiful white-sand beaches.
Each has a beautiful coastline that lets you have stunning sunsets away from the crowds. It doesn’t matter if you’re looking for a romantic getaway while you stroll along the beach or hoping to have the fun you’ve ever had. Andaman has got it to offer you.
- Elephant beach
Elephant beach is situated on Havelock Island and if you haven’t visited the beach before, ensure you visit during this vacation. Find this beach in Andaman tour packages. Elephant Beach is an ideal spot for water sports and leisure tours.
The rich coral reef structure and the amazing marine life that lives in the ocean will surely captivate you and also make you want to return to explore more. You can meet a variety of Indians and foreigners here. You can reach the beaches by boat from the main Jetty. It is about 20 minutes by ferry from the Havelock Island dock.
It is also possible to take an open bus from the central Jetty or rent a bicycle. There is also an automobile that is located close to the Jetty on Havelock Island.
- Guitar Island and beaches
It is a wonder of nature. Ariel’s perspective, Ariel reveals the guitar-shaped island. The island is awe-inspiringly remote and isn’t included on most itineraries of tourists, and is among the islands that aren’t visited as often.
It’s likely because there’s not much else to do aside from sitting back to relax on the gorgeous beach and the stunning view of the sea beneath the shade of the coconut tree. After that, you’ll find yourself with a small curving strip of beach (mostly) for yours.
You can listen to the quiet sound as well as your heartbeat. Here, you’ll be able to hear your thoughts and feel in peace and harmony with all the world. It is frequently ranked among the top 10 stunning beaches in Andaman.
- Radhanagar Beach
With its place among the most beautiful beaches on the globe, Radhanagar Beach is indeed stunning. White shining sandy beaches, breathtaking views of the sunset, and lush surroundings create a wonderful spot to relax and enjoy the beauty of Mother Nature.
In addition, shopping for souvenirs at the shacks is one the most enjoyable activities to do on Radhanagar Beach.
- Rose and Smith Island and the beach
Often referred to as the three islands Andaman, Ross, and Smith island, the beach got its name from an unnatural sandbar that connects these two islands. The islands are surrounded by palm trees.
These islands are stunning and provide a breathtaking panorama of the blue-green ocean.
- Corbyn’s Cove Beach
A distance of 6 kilometers from the Port Blair Central Bus Stand The Corbyn’s Cove is a serene and undisturbed beach located in Port Blair. Beautifully situated with the background of lush coconut trees and a magnificent beach, Corbyn’s Cove Beach is a must-see location for those looking to see the beauty of nature in Andamans.
Corbyn’s Cove Beach is named after the well-known Henry Fisher Corbyn and is the perfect spot to relax in the sun and swim. The beach is a glass-bottomed cruise snorkeling and scuba diving, perfect for those who love adventure.
In The Japanese occupation of Corbyn’s Cove, pillboxes and bunkers were built, which can still be seen at the shore. The vast majority on the beach were damaged and washed away in the 2004 tsunami.
- Neil’s Cove
It’s a part of the Radhanagar beach stretch. Neil’s Cove is famous for its small, secluded lagoon in which individuals can swim, and it’s only 20 minutes from Radhanagar. This is the perfect place for people who are looking for adventure. It’s one of the most tranquil beach spots in Havelock.
There are plenty of photos worthy of postcards here, so bring your cameras! There are also some excellent snorkeling spots within the calm ocean. Take a tour guide who knows the way to the spot or carry maps along with you.
Be aware of snorkeling in the cove because salt-water crocodiles were often seen in the cove, which is why we do not recommend swimming in the cove.