Island Hopping in the Andaman

Port Blair, Barathang Island, Rangat, Diglipur, Long Island, Havelock Island, Neil Island
October - May
Adventure, Beaches, Family, Honeymoon
10 Days


Visit some of the most secluded islands of Andamans and discover coral reefs, mangrove jungles, and beautiful beaches. Indulge in some adventure sports to view the magnificent marine wildlife from the majestic rays and sharks to the intriguing coral-dwelling fish. There’s no better way to relax than on the pristine white sand beaches of the Andamans, as you appreciate the true beauty of nature

What will you cover?

Suggested Itinerary

DAY 10

Day 1 : Port Blair Arrival

Upon arrival at Port Blair airport, a private vehicle will take you to your hotel where you can check in. Later, proceed to Cellular Jail (National Memorial).

The Cellular Jail stands as a dark reminiscence of the British rule in the Indian subcontinent. This dreaded and grueling colonial prison was used by the British particularly to exile Indian political prisoners.

In the evening, witness the Light and Sound Show at Cellular Jail where the saga of the freedom struggle is brought alive.

Where to rest your head ?

Accommodation in Port Blair

Day 2 : Port Blair - Baratang Island

After breakfast, proceed to Baratang Island via boat cruise. En route, visit Ross Island.

Ross Island was the capital of Port Blair during the British regime and today, it houses ruins of the buildings that were built during the British time. A small museum displays photographs and other antiques of the Britishers, relevant to these islands. The island is also famous for friendly flocks of deer and lush green walking trails.

Proceed to Baratang Island and check in at the accommodation.

Where to rest your head ?

Accommodation in Bartang Island

Day 3 : Baratang Island – Rangat Island

Today, explore the Baratang Island before proceeding to Rangat Island.

Cross the grand Andaman Trunk Road that is covered with dense forests on both sides. Cross two islands through a passage via a ferry boat. Next, journey through the mangrove creek by a boat which will lead you to the limestone caves. Next, visit the mud volcano that is created by natural gases emitted by decaying organic matter present underground that pushes the mud upwards. 

Finally, proceed to Rangat and check in at the accommodation.

Where to rest your head ?

Accommodation in Rangat Island

Day 4 : Rangat Island – Diglipur Island

Today, proceed to Diglipur Island.

En route, visit Mayabander Island. Once you reach Mayabander Island, take a dinghies (a wooden boat) and visit Avis Island. Mayabunder is popular for several tourist attractions such as mangrove lined tidal creeks, the beach at Avis Island and Karamatang Beach, a sea turtle nesting ground.

In the afternoon, proceed to Diglipur Island. Upon arrival, check in to the hotel.

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Accommodation in Diglipur Island

Day 5 : Diglipur Island – Rangat Island

Today, visit the heart of Diglipur, Ross and Smith Island.

There two Islands are separated by a sand bar and it is a treat to see and experience. Spend your day enjoying the turquoise waters and walk on the sand bar that adjoins both Ross and Smith Island.

Later, head back to Rangat Island. Once you arrive in Rangat, check in at the hotel and enjoy the remainder of the day at leisure.

Where to rest your head ?

Accommodation in Rangat Island

Day 6 : Rangat Island – Long Island

Today, proceed to Long Island via a ferry. Upon reaching Long Island, transfer to the hotel and check-in.

Explore the pristine beaches of Long Island. Visit Lalaji Bay beach, Mark Bay Coral Beach, and the popular Guitar beach, to witness the sunset.

Where to rest your head ?

Accommodation in Long Island

Day 7 : Long Island – Havelock Island

Today, proceed to Havelock Island via a cruise ride. Upon reaching Havelock, transfer to the hotel and check-in.

Havelock is a serene tropical island encompassing about 86 square kilometers. Its clear waters are rated among the best in the world for snorkeling and scuba diving. Close to 1000 different species of marine life inhabit the waters of the Andaman Islands. Scuba divers can see nudibranchs, sea slugs and snails, varieties of ghost pipefish, jawfish and a number of different crustaceans of all shapes and sizes. With its serene beaches, 40 meters visibility underwater, colorful coral reefs and ‘far from the maddening crowd’ appeal, Havelock Island has emerged as a dream destination among discerning travelers.

Where to rest your head ?

Accommodation in Havelock Island

Day 8 : Havelock Island – Neil Island

Today after breakfast, visit Radhanagar Beach or Beach No 7.

Radhanagar Beach is the jewel in the crown of Havelock Island. Located on the western side of the island, it stands away from the cluster. This glorious white sand beach shot to global fame when Time magazine (in 2004) rated this beach as the finest in Asia. With an unforgettable curve of white sand with perfectly colored blue waters, all lined by lush forest and palm trees, it is easy to enjoy this postcard-perfect beach. Spend your time relaxing as you lie down or go for a quick swim.

Later, proceed to Neil Island by a boat. Upon reaching Neil Island, transfer to the accommodation and check in.

Known for its magnificent biodiversity, unexplored coral reefs, white sandy beaches, and tropical woodlands, Neil Island is perfect for a peaceful time off. With its laid-back vibe, and lucid charm the island is soothingly different from its neighboring Havelock.

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Accommodation in Neil Island

Day 9 : Neil Island - Port Blair

Today, visit Bharatpur & Laxmanpura beaches

As we approach the beaches, you will notice that the beaches appear in the form of a long arc. On the left side of the jetty is Bharatpur Beach and on the right, Laxmanpur Beach. Centre of the island is Neil Kendra, a gently curving bay of white sand that straddles the jetty, scattered with picturesque wooden fishing boats. Bharatpur is one of the best beaches known for swimming and coral-watching with a vast sandy stretch. This beach is ideally recommended for youngsters because of the many adventure activity options. The sea around the jetty area is full of corals with schools of fishes swimming around.

Visit the natural rock formation in Lakshmanpur beach, which is locally known as the Howrah Bridge.

Later, proceed to Port Blair and check in at the accommodation.

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Accommodation in Port Blair

Day 10 : Port Blair Departure

Today, a private vehicle will transfer you to Port Blair airport where you can catch your flight back home.

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