The Andaman Islands are an Indian archipelago in the Bay of Bengal. These roughly 300 islands are known for their palm-lined, white-sand beaches, mangroves and tropical rainforests. Coral reefs supporting marine life such as sharks and rays make for popular diving and snorkeling sites. Indigenous Andaman Islanders inhabit the more remote islands, many of which are off limits to visitors.
There are about 96 Wildlife Sanctuaries, nine National Parks and one Biosphere Reserve in the islands. These islands are blessed with the bounties of both south-west and north-east monsoons.
The islands have a tropical climate. The South-west Monsoon sets in Andaman Nicobar islands towards the end of May and the North-east Monsoon in November. There is no fury of hot summer, no chilling winter, no water clogging or traffic jams. For those who want to enjoy boating, swimming, snorkeling, sightseeing all 12 months is season. North Indians find relief from burning heat and chilling winter if they visit the island from May/June/July and in December/January. Season for nature lovers is May to December when forest is lush green and waterfalls are at their prime. Divers can enjoy the best during December to April and bird watchers during winter times.
Normal rainfall at Port Blair : 3900 mm
Mean Minimum Temperature : 23.2° C
MeanMaximumTemperature : 25° C
Meanrelative Humidity : 80 %
Port Blair is the capital of the Union Territory of Andaman & Nicobar Islands. Port Blair is the gateway to the pristine islands. Port Blair, an Island town offering water-based activities like snorkeling, scuba diving, sea-cruises, and glimpses of the history and culture of the region. The Aberdeen Bazaar forms the centre of the town.
Andaman Island has a moderate temperature all through the year within the range of 23°C to 31°C. It has a tropical climate. There are no severe climate conditions except for tropical storms and rains in late summers and monsoons.
Summers (March to May) are warm but pleasant with sea breeze and have humidity level about 80%. It is suitable for all kinds of tourist activities.
Monsoon season is also recommended for visit to Andaman & Nicobar Islands as tourist can have more options both indoors and outdoors. There is no water clogging or traffic jams. The lush green vegetation and scenic beauty of the islands are more predominant in monsoon. Monsoons (May to August) and Post Monsoons (September to November) accompany medium to heavy rain falls. Hoteliers in Andamans offer attractive discounts during monsoon seasons. Winters (December to February) are not chilly and ideal for sightseeing.
The romantic setting along with the beautiful weather of Andaman lets you celebrate the beauty of union. The comfortable means of transport, the travel arrangement fully taken care of, the passes and the tickets without a thought of the entry and exit timings, the days closed and the chances of missing a ferry makes for a carefree and relaxing vacation time. Let your travel agent do the thinking and the calculations and the budgeting.
Leave aside the worry of traveling to an unknown destination, get connected to the travel agent at any time of the day and avoid even the smallest bit of discomfort. That leaves ample time for you to enjoy the bliss of togetherness and bask in the essence of honeymoon.
The pandemic has showcased how important our safety is and so it is important for couples to carefully plan their honeymoon.
This Indonesian tourist attraction will inspire and compel you to take a vacation here at least twice a year. A tropical haven, it is blessed with good weather, sun, beach and greenery