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Activities in andaman

Exotic & Adventures Activities

Incredibly fascinating things abound in Andaman! This charming island in the Indian Ocean is a well-liked vacation spot all year long. It offers a lot of white sand beaches, turquoise lagoons, sunny days with brief downpours, and comfortable tropical temperatures all year long. If you are coming from the northern hemisphere, you can go during the summer to avoid the hard, cold winter, and vice versa, go during the winter to avoid the sweltering heat. It’s the perfect place for a memorable family holiday or a romantic weekend away with your partner. Watersports, nature hikes, sunset viewing, seaplane rides, and swimming with elephants are just a few of the incredible things to do in Andaman.

1.Scuba Diving

No, you don’t need to know how to swim to enjoy scuba diving, in case you were wondering. You only need a professional guide and a few one-hour courses on what to do and, of course, what not to do. You may take advantage of the stunning marine life, coral reefs, and opportunities for underwater photography and cinematography by scuba diving in the Andaman Sea. It’s a pleasant family pastime that’s secure for both adults and kids. Scuba diving is something you can do with everyone, whether you’re looking for Andaman Tour Packages for families or couples.Where: Almost location in Andaman is suitable for scuba diving.  Cost: approximately INR 1800 and up

2.Snorkelling

This is your fortunate opportunity to go snorkelling if you haven’t before. Our list of things to do in Andaman has this thrilling water sport at the top. You wouldn’t otherwise get the chance to see some amazing glimpses of the marine life and coral reefs that snorkelling allows you to see. And the best part is that you can get the entire event filmed and some incredible underwater pictures of yourself. Specifically, Elephant Beach and North Island Bay. Cost: Between 500 and 1000 Indian Rupees per person.

3.Glass Bottom Boat Ride

We recommend scheduling a glass bottom boat excursion if you want to observe the incredible marine life and coral reefs without getting wet. This is most likely the activity for you and your family if you’re afraid of the water or just want to keep dry. It’s affordable, safe, and appropriate for all ages. Where: Jolly Buoy Island, Port Blair, and North Bay Coral Island. Cost: around INR 500 and above (Per Person)

4.Parasailing

This activity is likely to satiate your need for adrenaline. It’s the best of both worlds to experience a water and air-based activity all in one with parasailing. The activity is extremely safe, and you receive a thorough briefing along with all the required safety equipment.

Cost varies by season.

5.Bird Watching

In Andaman, it’s fairly common to go bird watching. The settlement of Chidiya Tapu, which translates to “Island of Birds,” is 25 kilometres from Port Blair and is one of the best spots to go bird watching. The island is home to numerous different bird species, including parakeets, emerald divers, and sea eagles. When investigating, be sure to have your cameras with you and keep the sound down to avoid scaring these incredible creatures away.

6.Mangrove Kayaking at Mayabunder

Start the thrilling mangrove kayaking experience by receiving basic kayak instruction close to Havelock Island. For this excursion, no prior paddling expertise is necessary, so you are ready to go discover Havelock Island’s diverse Mangroves. As you explore the amazing diversity of the Mangroves during the 2.5-hour trip, the sounds of birds chirping along the way will refresh your experience. The place is Havelock Island.

Fee: The suggested price for kayaking is INR 3,500 per adult, which covers the cost of a professional kayaking instructor as well as refreshments and

7.Jet Skiing

Get on a Jet Ski and cruise around the tranquil seas of the Andaman Islands if you’re seeking for a cool and refreshing way to enjoy your holiday there. One of the most well-liked sports on the Andaman Island is jet skiing. One sport that is as enjoyable and does not require training is this one. Many people associate speed with adrenaline, and they seek it out wherever they go.
You may rent a watercraft, jump over waves, and have fun at the Andaman Island speed sport exhibition.

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