The islands of Andaman and Nicobar are located in a remote location in the Bay of Bengal. Taking a
flight from major cities in India is the quickest way to get there. Boarding a cruise ship to Andaman is
another convenient option besides air travel. The ship takes about two to three days to reach Port Blair
from Indian Mainland. If you’re wondering how to reach Andaman from Delhi, take a look at following
By Air: Veer Savarkar International Airport (IXZ), also known as Port Blair Airport, is the main gateway
to the Andaman Islands. Direct flights between New Delhi and Port Blair are provided by Air India,
GoAir, IndiGo, Jet Airways, SpiceJet, and Vistara airlines. The average flight duration between the two
cities is about five hours. Taxi rentals and shuttles are available at the airport in Port Blair for tourists.
By Train: For obvious reasons, there is no direct rail link between New Delhi and the Andaman Islands.
Travellers can reach Kolkata or Chennai from New Delhi and then take a flight to Port Blair in the
By Road: More than 1,200 kilometres of sea parts Andaman from the mainland of India. So much for the
hopes of long road trip, right? The main island of Andaman features a small network of roads connecting
all major tourist attractions. Travellers can hire taxis and bikes in Port Blair to reach their destinations.