6 Exotic Honeymoon Destinations in Andaman Islands

Andaman Islands, the beautiful and mysterious piece of lands floating on the sea water between Bay of Bengal and Andaman Sea. This upper part of the Union Territory named Andaman and Nicobar Islands is a very important part of tourism industry of India. People love to visit the sandy vast beaches, roam in the evergreen forest, go for a water sport in crystal clear water, and enter in an old era in historical places and such more things that haunt people from the whole world. These islands are pretty much attractive for every kind of travelers including researchers, photographers, adventure mongers, random tourists etc. Undoubtedly, Andaman Islands perform as an exotic destination for the newly wedded couples. The wide open varied landscapes are perfect for spending the most precious time of your married life.

A honeymoon trip to Andaman Islands is going to bring a big bucket full of memorable moments that you are going to cherish all your life. This will be a perfect start to walk on a new path of your life with your spouse. But you may face issues selecting proper places, professional car agencies, comfortable and reliable hotels and more of these kinds of things and your trip may get spoiled entangled in these things. So you better should get help from experts or regular travelers or reliable tour operators who have complete knowledge about the location. The good thing is you can also have different kind of Andaman honeymoon packages from tour agencies which you can travel in ease with.

Let’s give you a compact idea about the exquisite sites suitable for honeymoon in Andaman Islands.

1. Havelock Island

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Havelock Island is one of the most favorite tourist places in Andaman Islands. This island has one of the nicest beaches of the world, Radhanagar Beach. Other than Radhanagar Beach you can visit Elephant Beach and Kala Pattar Beach too. These beaches are mostly favored for providing excellent scenic view and serving as a quiet place for relaxation. Besides, activities like water sports and elephant rides are very much enjoyable. You cannot even imagine how wonderful the honeymoon would be in Havelock Island until you experience it.

2. Port Blair

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Port Blair is the capital town and more populated than any other part of Andaman. People usually don’t come here for beaches; they rather visit the memorials, statues, buildings, museums etc. holding historical and architectural significance. Besides, Port Blair is a proper place to stay or shop during your honeymoon vacation in Andaman Islands. Cellular Jail is an announced National Memorial which was a prison of British India. This jail speaks of the memories of Indian freedom fighters who were kept and tortured here. Samudrika Marine Museum is an excellent container of things and information about the people, flora, fauna, trees, ecosystem and communities of this area. Other than these places you can have a visit of Gandhi Statue, Clock Tower, and Anthropological Museum and so on.

3. Little Andaman

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This island is among the largest ones in Andaman Islands, with stunning waterfalls like White Surf Waterfalls and Whisper Wave Waterfalls, nice beaches, thick forests that lets you camp inside and many more attraction like those. But still it is deprived of the crowd of tourists. The rumbling waves of sea here are exact for surfing and you can also enjoy touring in the jungle or beaches hand in hand with your life-partner.

4. Neil Island

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Neil Island is mostly regarded and frequently visited as a remote island. It pushes a feeling within you about staying and relaxing in a beach. Walking in the outspreaded lonely beaches beside mystic blue sea, having meal in sea-side restaurants and staying no-so-luxurious hotels are best things to arise the love in your relationship. And the 10 days’ long Island Tourism Festival and the week-long Subhash Mela are so enjoyable that anyone can hardly forget the memories about participating in this kind of programs.

5. Barren Island

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Visiting this island might be a little hectic than the other ones. You have to take a seaplane or a boat to have a close look to the island. It’s because there is one confirmed active volcano in South Asia and that is in Barren Island. Naturally it is a completely inhabited piece of land and all you can watch a land covered in volcano ashes or smokes and lava outraging.

6. North and Middle Andaman

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The thick mangrove forest is a prime part of the whole area of North and Middle Andaman. While sun is setting in the west horizon of sea, you can observe lots of parrots in and nearby the jungle. A walk inside the caves or a ride on a ‘dongri’, a kind of small bost, is an amazing experience to enjoy with your better half. But the most interesting thing you will find here is in Baratang Island with many volcanoes spitting gases and mud out. You know what the thrilling part is to reach there? You will have to go through the Jarawa locations in a Government bus to this island

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