The Andaman Islands boasts some of the most pristine and enchanting beaches in the world. Each stretch of sand tells a unique story, inviting travelers to discover a symphony of sun, sea, and serenity. In this blog, we shall embark on a journey to explore the diverse and captivating beaches that make the Andaman Islands a tropical paradise.

Radhanagar Beach (Havelock Island):

Tagged as one of the best beaches in Asia, Radhanagar Beach on Havelock Island is a masterpiece of nature’s beauty. The soft, powdery white sands and crystal-clear turquoise waters create a postcard-perfect setting. But it’s the sunset on the horizon that will wanna make you hold your breath. The orange glistening sun setting in the background with blue waters, and a wide white sand beach is a sight to behold and truly an experience.

Elephant Beach (Havelock Island):

Elephant Beach is named after the elephants that once frequented its shores (not anymore). It  is a vibrant destination for water sports enthusiasts. The clear waters give you a spectacular view of a pool of colorful fishes swimming by you. Further, Snorkeling and diving here reveals a kaleidoscope of coral reefs and marine life and you can even spot Nemo. The journey to Elephant Beach is an adventure in itself, often reached by a short trek or a thrilling boat ride, adds to the experience.

Vijaynagar Beach (Havelock Island):

Vijaynagar Beach is a hidden gem for those seeking solitude. With its long stretch of untouched shoreline and dense palm groves, it provides a peaceful retreat. The turquoise waters and the gentle rustle of palm leaves create a soothing atmosphere, making it an ideal spot for a swim or a leisurely day under the sun.

Laxmanpur Beach (Neil Island):

Laxmanpur Beach on Neil Island is renowned for its stunning coral formations and vibrant marine life. During low tide, the sea retreats, unveiling a natural bridge, also  known as the Howrah Bridge. We recommend hiring a local guide who could lead you to this trek and also help spot marine life on the way under the tidal pools. The breathtaking views of the sunset also make it for a romantic setting for couples to click a frame shot for your honeymoon.

Bharatpur Beach (Neil Island):

Bharatpur Beach, also on Neil Island, is a lively commercial destination with shallow waters and an abundance of coral reefs. The different hues of water for which the neil island is famous for can be seen here. The beach has a vibrant marine ecosystem which has attracted snorkelers and swimmers alike. It is also famous for water rides like Glass bottom boat rides, banana rides to name a few. The beach is also dotted with local stalls offering coconut water and local delicacies, providing a true taste of island life.

Wandoor Beach (Port Blair):

Located near the Mahatma Gandhi Marine National Park, Wandoor Beach is known for its rich biodiversity. The beach serves as the gateway to islands like Jolly Buoy & Red Skin. Swimming here is completely prohibited by the A & N Administration but it’s your ideal place if you are traveling with kids. They can play around in the sands making sand castles and you can enjoy a small picnic.

ChidiyaTapu Beach ( Port Blair):

As the name suggests, Chidiyatapu is a haven for bird watchers and nature enthusiasts. The beach is embraced by dense mangrove forests with reserve forests. As the sun begins its descent, Chidiyatapu transforms into a mesmerizing spot for sunset lovers. The sky blushes with hues of orange and pink, casting a warm glow over the tranquil waters. The beach is a serene escape from the bustling city life of Port Blair for locals and  provides a peaceful setting to unwind and connect with nature.

Apart from its scenic beauty, Chidiyatapu is also a gateway to the MundaPahar Trek and the Chidiya Tapu Biological Park, making it a comprehensive destination for those seeking a blend of beachside relaxation and exploration of the rich biodiversity that the Andaman Islands have to offer. Whether you are drawn to the melodious chirping of birds, the soothing sound of waves, or the breathtaking sunset vistas, Chidiyatapu Beach invites you to experience the untouched allure right outside the city.

Corbyn’s Cove Beach (Port Blair):

A picturesque & short drive from Port Blair City, Corbyn’s Cove Beach is a popular spot for both locals and tourists. The coconut palm-fringed shoreline and the gentle waves make it an inviting place for a leisurely swim. The beach also offers water sports like Jet Ski, Parasailing, making it an excellent choice for those seeking a bit of adventure at Port Blair.

Kala Pathar Beach (Havelock Island):

Named after the distinctive black rocks that line its shores, Kala Pathar Beach is a secluded haven on Havelock Island. The contrast of the ebony rocks against the golden sands and turquoise waters creates a dramatic landscape. The beach is not a great place to swim but perfect for those looking to escape the crowds and immerse themselves in nature’s beauty.


The Andaman Islands are a treasure trove of beaches, each with its own unique charm. From the idyllic shores of Radhanagar Beach to the adventurous waters of Elephant Beach, and the serene beauty of Laxmanpur Beach to the vibrant marine life at Bharatpur Beach, these sandy stretches offer an array of experiences for every traveler. Whether you seek relaxation, adventure, or a glimpse into the underwater world, the beaches of the Andaman Islands beckon, promising an unforgettable escape into paradise.

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Q. Which is the best beach in the Andaman & Nicobar Islands?

A. Radhanagar beach is the best beach but other beaches of the Islands also have their unique allure.

Q. Which is the best place to watch Sunset in the Islands?

A. We would suggest you to not miss the Radhanagar and the Chidiyatapu Sunset. Unique in its ways these sunsets are bound to be remembered throughout your life.