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How To Reach Andaman From Delhi

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Tourism In Andaman

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Dec - Feb

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Ideal Duration:

6 - 7 Days

Beach Ideal for couples Romantic

How To Reach Andaman

From-To Distance By Air By Train By Road
New Delhi to Andaman 4.55 hours--

How To Reach Andaman From Delhi

The islands of Andaman and Nicobar are located in a remote location in the Bay of Bengal. A Delhi to Andaman package helps you overcome all the hassles and imparts a smooth trip, reaching these islands ebing the first and foremost step of the same. 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 options:

By Air: Veer Savarkar International Airport (IXZ), also known as Port Blair Airport, is the main gateway to the Andaman Islands. You can choose a suitable Delhi to Andaman flight to reach these exotic islands. Delhi to Andaman distance by air is 2489 km. There are regular Air India flights from Delhi to Portblair as well as various other airlines also offer direct services between the two capital cities. These airlines are GoAir, IndiGo, Jet Airways, SpiceJet, and Vistara. The average Delhi to Portblair flight duration is about five hours. Taxi rentals and shuttles are available at the airport in Port Blair for tourists. It is good to check Delhi to Portblair air ticket price beforehand to get a clear idea of the budget you will be setting to visit Andaman islands.

By Train: For obvious reasons, tourists can’t reach directly from Delhi to Andaman Nicobar by train. Travellers can reach Kolkata or Chennai from New Delhi and then take a flight to Port Blair in the Andaman Islands.

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.

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Are there any religious restrictions in Andaman?

There are no religious restrictions as such in Andaman, but general societal niceties and etiquettes are to be followed, such as asking people, read native tribes, before taking their photographs.

What is the ideal duration for a vacation in Andaman?

The ideal duration depends on how many islands you want to cover in the Andaman. Anything from 4 nights to 9 nights can be considered the ideal duration for a blissfull vacation in the Andaman.

What is special about Andaman food?

Andaman is famed across the world for offering some of the greatest seafood of the country. The must try dishes here include crabs, prawns, shrimps, lobsters and a huge range of fish. Vegetarian options are alsos available and are just as good.

Which beaches should one definitely visit when in Andaman?

Once awarded as the most beautiful beach in Asia, Radhanagar Beach is a definite must visit when here. The other beaches of Andaman are also beautiful and warrant a visit.

Is there any nightlife in Andaman?

Mostly there is not much of a nightlife in the Andamans. Some hotels, resorts and bars here do offer a decent nightlife. even though it is a little sedate. However, during New Year's Eve and Christmas, all of Andaman is decked up in fairy lights and the atmosphere can only be defined as electrifying.