Guide To Keep You Well-Prepared Before Travelling To Andaman - Andaman Holiday Packagesby AR Vineesh Manager
Andaman is one of the most popular holiday destinations for those looking to escape into a foreign vacation, yet go not too far away. Just some 1700-1800 kilometers from India, in the waters of the Bay of Bengal, is this amazing holiday spot that can take you miles away from your everyday stress, and help you indulge in a vacation that can be remember for a lifetime! So, when you have a few days in hand, book a customized Andaman package tour with Andaman Holiday Packages, and get your bags packed for a fun-filled experience. Whether you are looking for some private romantic time with your partner, or a fun-packed vacation with family or friends, Andaman has something to offer for every kind of traveler. However, when you plan to visit this exotic island, you may have dozens of questions floating around in your mind, which you may want to find answers to. So, here you are at the right place, where you can get all the answers, without having to look elsewhere. Here is a list of the most possible questions you may have about your travels in Andaman.
How to reach Andaman?
You could either book a flight or ship to Andaman. Direct flights operate from Delhi, Chennai, and Kolkata; while ships operate from Chennai, Kolkata, and Vishakhapatnam. Whatever mode of transport you take, you will be landing at Port Blair, the capital of Andaman. While flights are more expensive than ships, they can help you reach Andaman in only a few hours, while ships will take days. So, it is for you to decide whether you wish to spend time or money on the transportation. Also remember that ship bookings are done only once or twice in a month, as there are very limited schedules of ships travelling to Andaman from India. So, you need to be careful if sea mode is what you choose.
Is a VISA required to visit Andaman?
Although it stands aloof from the country, Andaman is still very much a part of India. Therefore, if you are an Indian National, just like you wouldn’t need a visa to travel anywhere in India, it’s just the same with Andaman too. So, worry not, and get your ticket bookings done right away!
How many days are required to explore Andaman completely?
Depending upon your preferences, and what you would like to see and do, your trip could be longer or shorter. However, the minimum you require is 4-5 days, minus the time you require to travel. But, if you have ample time and wish to explore Andaman completely, you would require a period of around two weeks.
When is the best time to visit Andaman?
While Andaman is a place you can visit any time of the year with its amazing atmosphere, lush green landscapes, and crystal clear waters, you must avoid it during monsoons if you have a choice. This is because quite a few activities related to water sports are cancelled and closed down during the monsoons; and there is no fun visiting Andaman without indulging in the thrilling water sports the island has to offer. However, if monsoons are the only time for you, worry not, there is a lot more to see and do in Andaman other than water sports. In fact, if you have a choice, try visiting Andaman during October to May as the weather is just perfect during this time. But again, if these are the months you choose, be prepared to travel among huge crowds.
Where to stay at Andaman?
There are a number of accommodation facilities available in Andaman to suit every kind of traveler. From budget hotels to luxurious 7 star hotels, and cottages to huge villas, Andaman has lots of options to offer. While there are many islands you can explore at the Andaman archipelago, the best islands to live in include best Resorts in Port Blair, Havelock Island, and Neil Island and Hotels in Havelock Island.
What to see and do in Andaman?
Andaman can offer you lots of options to spend your time. If you are looking for thrill and adventure, you can opt for amazing water sport options like scuba diving in Andaman, snorkeling, jet skiing, kayaking, parasailing, and underwater walking. You can also go trekking along the mangrove forests at Mount Harriet, and climb the lighthouse to explore the amazing view of the island from the top. And, if peace and leisure is what you are looking for, you can stroll across the beaches with your loved one and enjoy the sunrise and sunsets. You can also go sightseeing to visit the Cellular Jail, Anthropological Museum, Samudrika Museum, Chidiya Tapu, Limestone Caves, and Baratang Island mud volcanoes.
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