Little Andaman In Andaman Island
Indulge in utmost solitary at the fourth largest Andaman Island
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About Little Andaman In Andaman
A glorious fist of dense jungles, stunning white beaches, and lush mangroves, Little Andaman Island is quite a favourite spot amongst travelers in the Andamans despite its remote location. Snuggled somewhere about 130 km to the south of Port Blair, this island has a captivating end-of-the world feel, which makes it one of the must-visit attractions in the region.
Attractions of Little Andaman
Sprawled over an area of about 707 sq. km, it is the fourth largest island of the Andamans. Famed for its Red Oil Palm Plantation, this place is blessed with splendidly rich flora and fauna, offering a blissful short getaway to every nature and wildlife lover. While the two spectacular waterfalls- the Whisper Wave and White Surf Waterfall add to the beauty of the Little Andaman Island. To reach both the waterfalls, you may board ferries available from Hut Bay Jetty. The Whisper Wave is located around 20 km while the latter one is located at a distance of about 6.5 km from the jetty.
Things to Do in Little Andaman
What’s more? As the region around the waterfalls is fringed with lovely beaches, rocks, and lush jungles, there is always an opportunity to delve into a wonderful experience that is beyond words! In fact, while strolling through the beach, you may also get lucky to spot some marine turtles. As you get on Little Andaman tour, you may also stop by a lighthouse there. Climb around 200 steps to get to the lighthouse, and here’s an awe-inspiring view over the coastline awaiting to leave you spellbound till the entirety of the voyage.
Drawing a huge flock of tourists every year, the lovely cove of the Little Andaman also lets its visitors partake in some really thrilling activities. Known as the prime location for surfing, this attraction is often opted for a short getaway by locals to indulge in adventure. All you need to just get on a helicopter ride or sail through mesmerizing landscapes on a ferry, and voila! The destination has arrived to quench that much-needed thirst for adventure in you. Besides that, here you can also enjoy swimming, snorkeling, sun basking, fishing, diving, hiking, and coral watching.
So, if you are the one seeking an escape from the bustle of crowds, then Little Andaman tourism must be on your bucket list. It pristine landscape encompassing cascading waterfalls, soothing beaches, and adventure zones is what you need to explore to find yourself!
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Places To Visit In Andaman
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Saddle Peak In Andaman
Saddle Peak is the highest peak that is there in the entire Andaman and Nicobar Islands. It is a part of a town called Diglipur that is situated in the Northern Andaman area. The peak offers a panoramic view of an abundance of natural beauty around. It is quite famous amongst the hikers and trekkers who are looking for an e...
Campbell Bay In Andaman
A part of the Great Nicobar Island, the village of Campbell Bay relaxes in all its glory in the southernmost part of Andaman and Nicobar Islands. It is the main headquarters of the Great Nicobar Islands. There is so much to see and do here in the bay, like the popular Indira Point and the Great Nicobar Biosphere Reserve.
Havelock Island In Andaman
Andaman and Nicobar islands are home to various islands with diverse flora and fauna. One such marvelous island is Havelock Island in Andaman. It is one of the most sought after tourist destinations of the Andaman Islands. Not only is it an alluring tourist spot but also an amazing place to spot swimming elephants and cor...
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Mahatma Gandhi Marine National Park In Andaman
The Andaman Islands are home to many bewitching wonders and one of them is the Mahatma Gandhi Marine National Park. This national park is one of the most visited places in the Andaman Islands since it is the nesting ground of sea turtles. Moreover, the underwater world of the Mahatma Gandhi Marine National Park is also home...
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Mount Harriet National Park in Andaman
Mount Harriet National Park is located in the hills of south Andaman region. The area covered by the park is 4.62 square kilometers. It is located just 30 km away from the capital of Andaman and Nicobar Islands, Port Blair. Moreover, Port Blair act as a connecting point for Mount Harriet National Park. with an elevation of ...
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Things To Do In Andaman
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Bird Watching in Andaman
One of the most popular things to do in Andaman is bird watching. It is known as a silent adventure activity, quite liked by not just ornithologists but also those in love with nature and all its creatures. The wetlands of Port Blair in Andaman is one of the best places to indulge in this activity. Bird watching in Andaman ...
Scuba Diving in Andaman
Scuba Diving in Andaman is a popular pastime for tourists who want to explore the majestic underwater world. Andaman is quite famous for being home to an exquisite coral reef, and colorful schools of fish of every size and shape. Due to the absence of predatory fish near the beaches and coral reefs, it is a safe place to go...
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Sea Walk in Andaman
Sea walk Andaman is one of the many adventure activities offered by the island that tourists must indulge in, for an otherworldly experience. Seawalk in Havelock Island is an activity in which a large glass dome is placed over a person’s head, while oxygen is fed into the dome via a tube. The person is lowered on the seabed...
- Underwater Sea Walk
Trekking in Andaman
If you are planning to go trekking in Andaman, then you are in luck since there are several options to choose from. Although Andaman is famed to be a paradise for watersports lovers and beach bunnies, but it is also a good place for lovers of nature trails and amazing treks that can leave one breathless and giddy. The best ...
Snorkeling In Andaman
Snorkeling in Andaman is a famous water sport, where you can get face-to-face with the underwater world. Don’t worry if you haven’t tried it before, with a little practice you can dive in like a pro and get up close to the colorful fishes and beautiful coral reefs. The beaches of Andaman are blessed with the hidden treasure...
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Lavnesh's 8 days trip to AndamanLack of knowledge about the hotel's room. If you ask for the difference they don't know. I did the full payment almost 2 weeks earlier from my trip date and asked for hotel and cruise tickets. But they didn't give me until the last date of the trip.
Tarun's 6 days trip to AndamanIt's pleasure to visit a beautiful place "Andaman" with your partner and we are glad we choose Jubilant Travel as our guider, Miss Anita..as a guider, as a supporter ..she has delivered her best and we got the best. Thank you Miss Anita for choosing wonderful hotels for us & special thanx for your extraordinary support, as your were available on phone calls/message every time to suggest us where to eat , where to go for best shopping etc!! The itinerary which you suggested was appropriate & the experience we had in Havelock & Neil island was amazing, wonderful sunset view @ Laxmanpur beach (Neail -island) We had best experience at Elephanta beach for water sports activity , people in Andaman have very co-operative nature ..we went there via speed boat..again a nice experience.. MAKRUZZ GOLD, wonderful view..and a great experience. ..!!
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Rathi's 6 days trip to AndamanEverything was good Except the hotel at havelock.it was the worst there was no proper ac and shower. And they charged me 1500 extra for flower decoration at hotel.
Aakash's 6 days trip to AndamanCab drivers in port Blair was not updo the mark Havelock sland co coordinator was to much supportive. We enjoyed there a lot...as well as we enjoyed at Neil island. But coordinator was not that much supportive
Pratik's 7 days trip to AndamanYour agent Shalu Saxena did not receive a single call of us, when were at port blair jetty when no cab was there for pick up and local coordinator was not receiving call. Later we called severely time to her but she never answered call. Very poor service...
Satendra's 6 days trip to AndamanThe whole package given by travel triangle was excellent. I have enjoyed alot. All hotels and arrangements was very good.
Kumar's 5 days trip to AndamanTrip was good but not as expected bcoz after arivel at airport we gone to hotel zambnb at 10 am but there was no arrangements, Room was very bad and smelting badly and geyser was not working we have wait for two hours and staff told us that electrician is coming but at last after 2 hour they give us another room which was comparatively good. And trip was also not managed properly we can spent almost 3 days at Havelock and not visit Neil island, we have plenty of time at Havelock but Ascot travel advisor not advised us as they should be. Havelock is very good place and we have enjoyed scuba dive which is the best part of this trip I have never experienced
Prathdotdj's 5 days trip to AndamanMy Parents enjoyed the service provided by Travel triangle for 5 days.
Rajkishorprasad's 5 days trip to AndamanIt's was amazing Scuba diving and radhanagar beach
Ekbote's 7 days trip to AndamanJourney was really good rather u can say awsome bt the hotels that has been booked was not so good.
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FAQ's of Andaman
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No. If you are an Indian traveling to the Little Andaman Island, you can stay in permitted areas as long as you want. However, a foreigner needs an Indian Visa to explore the majestic Little Andaman.
Locals of the Andaman and Nicobar Islands are quite welcoming and joyful. On this excursion, all you need to keep in mind some etiquette in regards to dressing and snapping pictures of locals, and rest assured you are going to have a fabulous experience.
Famed for its seafood, the Andamans also serve an array of North Indian and South Indian cuisines indicating the diverse range of people inhabiting the island.
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