The Andaman Islands are the perfect vacation spot, with their bright sunshine, pristine beaches, clear water and unspoiled environment. But it’s not just the natural grandeur of the archipelago’s 572 islands that makes the Andaman and Nicobar Islands such a great place to visit. You have your choice of outdoor sports, water activities, nature-based activities, and guided tours of Andaman. Take a look at some of the most fascinating things to do in the Andaman Islands.
Seakart is the newest and perhaps the most popular adventure activity in Andaman, where you can drive yourself all along the Port Blair coast at sea. It is a unique hybrid speedboat of its kind that mimics a go-kart, giving you the best of both worlds: speed and excitement, as well as safety and comfort. So if you’re looking for exciting activities to do with your loved ones, don’t miss self-driving through uncharted waters at Corbyn’s Cove Beach in Port Blair.
This is your last chance to snorkel if you haven’t done it before. Water activity is unquestionably at the top of the biggest things to do in April in Andaman. Snorkel at North Bay Island or Elephant Beach on Havelock Island to see the finest marine life and unusual corals. We recommend Havelock as the water is clearer there than in North Bay.
No need to know how to swim to dive! Yes, many people believe that knowing how to swim is essential, but this is far from the case. Swimming skills are only required if you want to undertake the more difficult levels of diving while in the open water. However, this is really not the case for PADI Scuba Diving or Sea Walking. In Andaman there are many opportunities to try scuba diving.
Banana boat ride
Riding a banana boat is another exciting and entertaining activity in Andaman. 6 people can cruise the banana-shaped watercraft attached to a speedboat at a time to gain speed. As long as you wear your life jackets and follow the guidelines, it’s a completely safe hobby. It is a must do activity in the Andaman Islands.
Glass bottom boat ride
This is for people who are truly terrified of water. This is a short trip that offers excellent views of the reefs below. This one is suitable for children with the appropriate safety equipment. Glass-bottom boating is, in fact, one of the most unusual things to do in the Andaman and Nicobar Islands, so to speak.
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