10 Top-Rated Places to Visit in Andaman & Nicobar Islands (2021)
Andaman Nicobar Islands are some of the most beautiful places to visit in India. There are a total of 572 islands, and most of the time, you would notice tourists exploring this place.
Fact: Out of 572 Islands, 50 are inhabited by the people; those areas are used explicitly by the military of India as their base.
If you are packing your bags for a trip to Andaman Nicobar islands and you have no idea about which places you should be exploring throughout the journey, then you are at the right place.
Here we will be looking at some of the most amazing places to visit in the Andaman Nicobar islands.
10 Top-Rated Places to Visit in Andaman Nicobar Islands
As we have already mentioned that there are 572 islands in this place, and picking up the places to visit during our trip is a challenging task, that’s the reason we have picked up a few places to visit during your trip to Andaman Nicobar islands in 202.
Below are some amazing places to visit in Andaman Nicobar in 2021:
1. Ross Island:
Ross Island, which is now called the “Netaji Subhash Chandra Bose Dweep,” is a very small destination that comes under the South Andaman district. Although everything on Andaman and Nicobar island is mostly famous for its beaches, Ross island offers you a small history touch.
You can visit places like magnificent human-made caves, the old church, and the grim history is associated with every place here.
There is one sanctuary placed in the middle of this island, and there you would be able to find out a lot of deers and peacocks who are being protected by the Andaman administration.
2. Cellular Jail National Memorial:
Most people know Andaman Nicobar island as one of the most beautiful places to visit, and that’s the reason it attracts millions of users from all over the world every year.
But before becoming an attractive and beautiful place, it was known for its infamous Cellular Jail, which is also called Kaala Pani.
This jail is located in Port Blair, the Andaman Nicobar Islands’ capital, and the Britishers built it during their colonial rule in India. Freedom fighters like Batukeshwar Dutt, Yogendra Shukla, and Vinayak Damodar were housed in this prison.
3. Radhanagar Beach:
Here we have our next amazing place to visit in Andaman Nicobar islands, Radhanagar Beach, which is also considered the 8th most beautiful beach globally.
You will never notice this beach empty, as it is the most visited place in Andaman. This island is connected with blue waters and a green tropical forest. Hence it’s a perfect place to visit for nature lovers.
Visitors can sit here, enjoy the calm environment, check out the amazing marine life, and more.
4. Mount Harriet and Madhuban:
Are you a trekking lover? If yes, then Mount Harriet and Madhuban is the best place you should be visiting that will offer you a breath-taking experience of the amazing surroundings.
If you are having an Andaman Nicobar trip planned between March to October, you would be able to notice orchids, red water lily, and many more such things in the Mount Harriet National Park.
5. Rajiv Gandhi Water Sports Complex:
Visiting the crystal clear blue waters in the Andaman Nicobar Islands and haven’t taken a dip into the water, that sounds incomplete. If you love to do water sports, then the one place you need to know about is Rajiv Gandhi Water Sports Complex.
Here you can take a chance to do fascinating water sports like Banana boat ride, jet ski ride, speed boat ride, rowboat paddling, and many more.
The best time to visit Andaman Nicobar Islands is between October and May, as you would get pleasant weather, which will be perfect for sightseeing, going for water sports and exploring new places. While it is not suggested to visit this place during Monsoons, as high tidal waves take place.
6. North Bay Beach:
Here is a must-visit destination for all the swimmers and divers which is the North Bay Beach. From here you would be able to take advantage of an never-have experience, as this place comprises beautiful coral reefs, hence can get a chance to watch the marine life of India.
If you are someone who loves to explore the underwater life, then this post is a must-visit for you all. You can go for a glass-bottom boat tour and carry forward various such activities. Moreover this beach is famous for its snorkeling and scuba diving activities.
7. Mahatma Gandhi Marine National Park:
Do visit the Mahatma Gandhi Marine National Park which was established in 1983 to save marine life, along with that it also helps in preserving the underwater ecosystem. Within the national park you would be able to check out mangrove creeks, rainforests, breeding grounds and coral reefs. Here at this place you will get a chance to watch the most beautiful marine life that comprises 50 different species of rare fishes that comes in a number of colors.
Trying to find the largest town on the Andaman & Nicobar Islands? That’s Diglipur which is situated on the North Andaman Islands and it is considered as one of the most amazing places to visit on this island.
This town is specifically famous for turtle nesting sites, crocodile sanctuaries, Alfred caves and it’s amazing marine life. If you are not visiting any above-mentioned place, but we would suggest you to visit the Alfred caves.
As these caves are huge and spread across the entire town.
9. Chidiya Tapu:
On the andaman and nicobar islands we have an astonishing island of birds which is also known as Chidiya Tapu or Heaven of birds. Here at this place you can easily spot birds like parakeets, sea eagles, emerald doves and more.
This place is also famous for certain activities like trekking, snorkelling, scuba diving and more.
10. Neil Island:
Most people think that everything is already explored on the Andaman and Nicobar islands, but there are a number of places and coral reefs which are still unexplored.
This place is even known for its rice farming and cultivation of food.
The best time to visit Andaman & Nicobar Islands is between October and May, as you would get pleasant weather, which will be perfect for sightseeing, going for water sports and exploring new places. While it is not suggested to visit this place during Monsoons, as high tidal waves take place.