The island is known for its pristine splendour, which is unrivalled when it comes to unspoiled and unexplored natural beauty and earth's virgin woods.
Why to visit this place
Havelock Island is one of Andaman and Nicobar Islands' most popular tourist sites. It's a dramatic contrast of lush flora, pristine white beach, and a large blue ocean body. Havelock has created exquisite tourist resorts and hotels to pamper guests living in the midst of tremendous natural beauty, owing to its growing appeal among tourists and travellers. Havelock Island is the largest of the islands and is a must-see. A trip to the Andamans would be incomplete without a stop at Havelock Island's Elephant Beach and Radhanagar Beach.
The exquisite beauty of the Beach is enhanced by its ideal location among the primaeval woods. The background is filled with a thousand noises of jungle creatures and birds, and "Beware of Crocodiles" signs can be found on the quiet beach. These elements have made the beach one of the most sought-after tourist sites in the world, not just in the Andamans.
How to reach there?
There are a various ways to get to Havelock from Port Blair, including helicopter (which has limited capacity, so book ahead), government ferry (which runs three times a week), and private boat companies like Makruzz (which takes 90 minutes).
More About Havelock Island
Why is Havelock Island so well-known?
The Andaman and Nicobar Islands' largest island. The gorgeous beaches of Havelock Island are well-known. Coral reefs and excellent scuba diving opportunities.
When is the best time to travel to Havelock Island?
June to September: Due to frequent rain and thunder storms.. which can make sightseeing difficult. Many people avoid visiting the town during this period. From March until May. Summer is a terrific time to enjoy water sports especially for divers.
Is it expensive to visit Havelock Island?
Havelock's food is still quite reasonable.. even though it is more expensive than Port Blair's. A simple supper for two people would cost roughly INR 400. Whereas a deluxe resort meal would cost over INR 1400. A candlelit dinner for two will set you back around INR 5000. As a result.. a day in Havelock might range from INR 2500 to INR 10000 per person.
Eat like a local and feast on piping-hot fish curry served over steaming rice, as Havelock is a seafood lover's delight. You can also entice you with a variety of aquatic activities such as snorkelling, scuba diving, sea walking, surfing, and glass boat trips!
Open Time : Open 24 hours
Entry : free
Address : Havelock Island, Andaman and Nicobar Islands
Phone : 03192-232694
By Sparsh Kapoor