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1300 km from the Indian mainland in the middle of the Bay of Bengal there are over 300 smaller densely forested islands with white sandy beaches and crystal clear water.
Geographically closer to the Southeast Asian countries of Myanmar, Thailand and Indonesia, the islands are nevertheless a Union Territory of India.
Until recently only inhabited by tribal peoples, the islands are becoming increasingly touristy and the dream of an island paradise holiday at affordable prices in rupees can easily be fulfilled.
White sandy beaches invite you to swim and relax, the northern Andaman Islands to hike and culture and the crystal-clear sea to snorkel and dive.
The Andaman is a real diving paradise with many different coral reefs around the islands of Havelock and Neil.
Chalo Reisen works with Dive India , one of the best diving schools in India.
Here is an article on scuba diving in the Andaman .
Those who love an active vacation can rent a bike, go hiking, kayaking and snorkeling. Here is another article about the Andaman Islands as a holiday destination for inspiration.
Here you will find a sample tour that includes all the highlights of the Andaman Islands. If you are planning to visit the Andaman Islands with us, make an inquiry and we will plan your stay individually. When it comes to accommodation, you have the choice: from budget homestays and bamboo eco huts to luxurious resorts, we can organize everything for you.
Travel modules from 4 days to 2 weeks are possible.
Day 1 Arrive Port Blair
You will be picked up from the airport and taken to your hotel. Then we go to visit the Cellular Jail. If the weather cooperates, a kayak tour in the glowing plankton is planned for the evening.
Day 2 Ferry to Havelock
Today we go to the popular honeymoon island of Havelock. Upon arrival, you can rent a bike or moped and head to Radha Nagar Beach to swim and watch the sunset.
Day 3 Diving
For today we can organize a diving trip for you. Depending on your level/qualification you can either do a half day beginner course or participate in two dives.
Alternatively, multi-day diving courses are of course also possible.
The afternoon is free to relax on the beach.
Day 4 Hike to Elephanta Beach for snorkeling and water sports
A 3km hike or (30 minute boat ride along the shore) through the jungle will take you to beautiful Elephanta Beach. There is a wide range of water sports activities here. Above all, snorkeling is recommended or you can hike from here to Turtle Beach.
Day 5 Ferry to Neil
Early in the morning you can admire the sunrise at Kalapathar Beach, then take the ferry to the little sister island of Neil. Here we recommend the overnight stay in the Eco Lodge “Emerald Gekho” on Sitaram Beach. Here you live in the middle of nature and can directly experience the sunrise.
Day 6 Rickshaw day tour
Your rickshaw driver is your guide today. He knows about the walking times and will take you to all the island’s attractions on time.
Highlights: the Howrah Bridge, a natural rock formation with small water pools in which many creatures from the sea can be observed like in a natural aquarium, as well as the Laxmanpur beach: At sunset you can sit comfortably on the beach and enjoy a fish BBQ.
Bharatpur Beach is excellent for snorkeling.
Neil Island also has very good diving spots.
Day 7 Port Blair ferry trip
Return to Port Blair by ferry. The afternoon is left to explore the city or take a trip to Chidiyatapu Beach.
Day 8 Drive to Diglipur, North Andaman Islands
Today is a long and exciting 325 km drive on the road through the dense tropical forest and Jarawa tribal reservation. A member of the Jarawa tribe can often be seen driving through the tribal reservation. On the journey we take the route of Andaman Grand Trunk Road passing through Baratang Island, Rangat & Mayabunder. We also experience the lifeline of the Andaman during this trip, the vehicle ferry that transports vehicles from one island to another.
Day 9 Ross and Smith Islands
On this day we visit the heart of Diglipur, Ross and Smith Island. Two islands separated by a sandbar are a treat to see and experience. Your journey begins by boat at Arial Bay Jetty. It takes about 30 minutes by boat to reach the twin islands. Pristine beaches on this island are a real treat. Spend the day enjoying the turquoise waters, strolling the sandbar that borders both Ross and Smith Island. Then you can visit Aerial Bay Beach which is one of the turtle nesting sites in Diglipur.
Day 10 Hike to Saddle Peak
At a mighty 732m above sea level, Saddle Peak is the highest point in the Andaman Islands. A day hike leads from Kalipur Beach through the jungle to the highest mountain in the Andaman Islands, which offers magnificent views of the surrounding islands.
Day 11 Ramnagar Turtle Beach
Today we begin our journey to a turtle nesting site, Ramnagar Beach. This beach is regularly visited by Olive Ridley’s turtles to hatch eggs. The caregivers at this destination help these turtles protect the eggs they lay and help the young turtles make their first attempts at swimming in open water. Experience this during your trip to Ramnagar Beach.
Day 12 Drive to Baratang Island to visit Amkunj Beach and Dhanni Nalah Mangrove Trail
Today we have an early start from Diglipur and visit Amkunj Beach, Dhannilah Mangrove Walkway and Panchavati Waterfalls in Rangat. These nature experiences belong to the exotic part of the Andaman Islands.
Day 13 Bratang Island and transfer to Port Blair
Today we cover all attractions in Baratang island. We visit both limestone caves and mud volcanoes. We drive through a fascinating mangrove road that leads to the starting point of the trek to the limestone caves. We hike through dense forest to reach the limestone cave. The cave is made of the mineral calcite (calcium carbonate) and contains a beautiful cave formation. We also visit the mud volcano. Later transfer from Rangat to Port Blair.
Day 14 Depart Port Blair
- Transfers by ferry, taxi, rickshaw
- Activities with guides, permits, entrance fees
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Prices and Dates
Price on request
Arrival and departure: Port Blair