Imagine the Emerald Isles’ white sandy beaches embracing the cyan waters. Then you’re out in the heathen, emerald realm. There is no other choice than the archipelagos of Andaman & Nicobar. These islands will change your mood from a lewd one to one of adventure and fun, as they offer various aquatic activities. Your love dove-judo personality will seethe to a treasure-trove perk when you enter the battle story of the ill-reputed “Cellular Jail,” which is now a World Heritage Site and a monument to freedom-fighters of the Indian Independence Movement.

It is impossible to see the original inhabitants’ indigenous culture without a veil of bitter apostasy. Unregulated deforestation has caused some tribes to disappear. Only a few, such as the Jawara or the Sentinelese, have survived against the outside world. Few have integrated into Indian society. Other inhabitants of the heathen harmony are the Indians from Myanmar and Sri Lanka. These islands are a treasure trove waiting to be found.

1. Radhanagar Beach, Havelock Island

Radhanagar Beach, which lies on Havelock Island’s western coast, was named “Asia’s Best Beach” by TIME Magazine in 2004. It is far from the tourist humdrum and offers a serene and calm environment. The farseeing white sand and turquoise waters make it a great place to enjoy long walks and a spectacular sunset. Radhanagar Beach is well-known for its underwater activities, such as snorkeling or scuba diving. This allows adventure seekers to discover the vibrant marine world. This is the  most beautiful beach. And hence, it must be a part of your Andaman Nicobar Tour packages.

2. Ross and Smith Island Beach

The paradisiacal beauty and unmatched beauty of the Ross-Smith island beach is another beach in Andaman that attracts beach lovers from around the globe. You can take a boat ride on the clear, blue waters tinged green at the Ross and Smith Island beaches located just a few nautical miles from Diglipur Jetty. This is the perfect spot for adventure and leisure activities such as sunbathing and snorkeling and scuba diving.

3. Laxmanpur Beach, Neil Island

Laxmanpur Beach is a famous beach in Andaman. It is located near Bharatpur Beach. This is a great spot to relax and unwind even during peak tourist season. Laxmanpur Beach is much longer and more expansive than Bharatpur Beach. This makes it ideal for a refreshing and long walk.

4. Lalaji Bay Beach, Long Island

The Lalaji Bay Beach, a beautiful and serene beach on Andaman’s western coast, is easily accessible by regular ferries from Rangat and Middle Andaman. It is a popular destination for skinny-dippers. To reach Lalaji Bay beach, one must hire a dunghi from Long Island jetty or walk more than an hour through a mangrove stream.

5. Guitar Island Beach

Guitar Island is one of the most remote beaches in Andaman. It’s a long, narrow, creamy beach that you can only access by boat from Long Island Jetty. This beach is a great escape for couples who want privacy and to develop impractical romantic ideals.

6. Wandoor Beach, Port Blair

The Wandoor Beach is famous in Andaman, but it’s still well-known for its stunning panorama perfect for swimming and coral viewing. Near Wandoor Beach, one can snorkel and scuba dive at the Mahatma Gandhi Marine National Park, covering approximately 15 smaller islands, including Jolly Buoy and Boat, Alexandra, and Red Skin. Explore the coral world.

7. Amkunj Beach, Rangat

Rangat  Amkunj Beach is a popular ecotourism destination. Rangat’s forest officers manage it under the direction of the DFO (Divisional Forest Officer). The Amkunj beach is a popular destination for environmentalists, as it is one of the best turtle nesting beaches in Andaman. The Eco Park is located close to the beach and offers a friendly environment with eco huts. It has log sofas, log teapoys, log stools, and trunk benches.

8. Karmatang Beach, Mayabunder

The party animals will transform this beach. Yes! Yes! Karmatang Beach is beautiful, clean, and has many small huts. It is not like other beaches in Andaman. It’s about a 30-minute drive from Mayabunder.

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