01. Scuba diving
No adventure sports lover can overlook the lure of scuba diving in the crystal clear blue waters off
the shores of Port Blair. The marine world is mostly untouched by human activities, and you can explore
a vibrant world of fish, corals, anemones, and foliages. The most popular spots for scuba diving
include Neil Island and Havelock Island.
It is ideal for the thrill-seeking rookie. Snorkeling is a laidback experience for all ages. Radhanagar
Beach, Red Skin Island, Neil Island, Elephant Beach and Jolly Buoy Island offer perfect still clear
waters for leisurely underwater exploration.
Mangrove kayaking is a tranquil experience that gives you a chance to explore the backwaters of Mayabunder.
Exploring one-fifth of India's mangrove forest will take you about 2.5 hours. Traverse the lush greenery,
revel in the songs of birds known and unknown and spend time with your loved ones in the lap of nature.
04. Sea Walk
Chances are you have not heard of this before, and your friends have not tried this either. It is one
of the newest activities that is skyrocketing in popularity. Enjoy a submerged walk on the ocean
floor amidst the schools of fish, colorful anemones, and vibrant corals.
05. Barren Island
The island may be uninhabited by people, but it is home to one of the oldest living volcanoes in the
world. Sailing to the Barren Islands is undoubtedly an experience you would not want to miss!
06. Glass Bottom Boat Tour
The clear waters at the Dolphin Beach of Havelock Island offers the perfect spot for watching the marine
affairs from a boat. The glass bottom of the boat provides unabated views of the marine world.
07. Island Hopping
Hopping from one island to another takes time, and if you do not have a planned course of action, you
will never be able to cover all 36 islands. Each island is unique. Port Blair is home to the ruins
of the colonial penal settlements, and Havelock Island is the haven for sports and activities. Call
Tropical Andaman Tours to find out all you need to know about all 36 islands and how to cover them
Andaman tour package.
08. Dip toes in history
The Cellular Jail in Port Blair is a popular tourist destination. It once housed the freedom fighters
who rebelled against the British rule. It also hosts light and sound shows every evening that is
ideal for young adults and kids.
09. Pay you respects
The Murugan Temple in Port Blair is the central hub of the city. Although not crowded at all times, it
offers a unique insight into south Indian architecture and culture.
10. Go back to the 1880s
The Chatham Saw Mill on the Chatham Islands was founded in 1883. Right now, it stands tall and almost
immobile against the tides of time. Although non-operational, it offers a great look into the history
of timber and saw production in India nearly 150 years ago.
11. Explore the organic side of Andaman
At Sippighat Farm on Wandoor Road, Port Blair, you will find many rare herbs, precious spices, and almost
extinct flora. This botanical farm is a delight for nature lovers, horticulture enthusiasts and botanists
12. Explore the Howrah Bridge of Neil Island
It is not the Howrah Bridge on the Ganges. It is a natural formation that embraces the shore of Neil
Island in a careless but prominent fashion. It is best to visit the site during low tides since it
provides easy access to the insides of the bridge. You can get a glimpse of the washed-up corals,
several sea cucumbers, starfish and colorful schools of fish in the shallows.
It is one of the most adrenaline pumping adventures you can try here. Rajiv Gandhi Water Sports Complex in Andaman offers
experienced parasailing guides, proper safety equipment, and the golden opportunity to test your
14. Riding a Seaplane
A sea-plane ride on the blue waters of the bay of Bengal is one of the best ways to perceive the real
beauty of Andaman. Each flight lasts about 20 minutes and gives you the chance to see some of the
major islands of the archipelago. These flights commence from Port Blair. The planes are small and
very popular, so book your adventure fast. Tropical Andaman Tours can get you a front row seat to
the adventure-special flight off Port Blair.
15. A trek through the islands
Trekking and hiking are the best ways to explore nature. The pristine islands offer several natural hiking
routes and nature trails. The trail from Mt. Harriet to Madhuban provides unprecedented views of
the woods and fantastic photo opportunities.
16. Dolphin watching
Waiting for dolphins to jump out of water might not sound fun, but capturing an image of the majestic
cetaceans in action is a rare privilege. Lalaji Bay Beach is one of the prime spots for dolphin lovers
to gather and wait for them to emerge from the unsuspecting waters.
17. Cruise in luxury
Markuzz is one name that exudes luxury and opulence. It is a catamaran that gives 90-minute luxury rides
to travelers. It leaves Port Blair and cruises the waters, giving the people on board a new perspective
to enjoy the lush greenery, calm waters and virgin beaches of Andaman.
18. Visit the rubber plantations
The rubber plantations of Wandoor are unique and refreshing. This island is known for the umpteen farms
that have found their home here. Coconuts, betel nut, and rubber are the most common trees that welcome
the visitors to this island.
19. A Helicopter tour of Andaman Islands
Seaplanes, and helicopters offer entirely different experiences. Helicopter rides are popular and thrilling,
thanks to the beautiful coastlines, incredible vistas, clear blue seas, active volcanoes and dense
tropical forests. It is also a popular way of reaching the Campbell Bay.
20. Hob-Nob with the elephants
On the Radhanagar beach and the Red Skin Island, you will be able to swim with these majestic beasts in the clear waters.
Ride them to the nearest tourist spot or just enjoy a relaxing ride with your family.