Although the islands belong to India, they are geographically closer to Thailand and Myanmar. The main islands are North, Middle and also South Island. East of the archipelago are the islands of Narkondam and Barren Island. The Andaman Islands offer a paradisiacal flair and untouched nature. The tropical Andamans captivate with a dreamlike landscape. A vacation between coffee beans, cashew nuts and bananas can become true on the Andamans. The Andamans offer places of relaxation and a paradisiacal atmosphere, surrounded by rainforests and a particularly fertile hinterland. The largest island of the Andamans is Havelock Island. A place for a time out close to nature.
Vacationers are expected by an azure sea, white beaches and rustic natural spectacles. After a little organizational formality, Havelock Island is wonderfully accessible by ferry, and for a particularly quiet recreational stay, Neil Island is a dream destination. The ferries leave only once a day and it offers a dreamlike stay in one of the bungalows. If you want more hustle and bustle, the capital Port Blair is the right place; there the Indian culture and city life comes to the fore. But Port Blair also has sights to offer; the Gandhi Park, Mount Harriet, a small zoo and a farm are located on site. Likewise, the capital city possesses scenic impressions; thus, it is located on the headland and between hills that are close to nature. The Phang Nga Bay, a world famous limestone formation, is also impressive. The nature experience is known from the James Bond movie "The Man with the Golden Gun" and accordingly popular as a destination for excursions. The archipelago is ideal for water sports, diving, snorkeling, relaxing, swimming and cultural shore excursions.
The climate on the Andamans is consistently significantly warm to hot and tropical. Likewise, the climate has a particularly high humidity. On the Andamans it is significantly dry and the climate provides for calendar rainy seasons. The Andaman Islands are suitable for a vacation all year round, provided that the rainy seasons are observed. Even though the outside temperature remains mild during the rainy season, it rains frequently and moderately. The rainy season begins in May and ends in October. Therefore, the best time to travel is from December to April. In this time it rains on the Andamans little or almost not at all. There are no strong temperature fluctuations on the Andamans, therefore a wonderful summer vacation can be spent even in winter and the climate is ideal for a beach vacation. Even if the sun hides behind the clouds, the constant outside temperature is ideal for friends of the tropics. Get out of the cold and into the local tropical warmth; warm weather is guaranteed on the Andamans and the tropical, nature-loving archipelago offers a piece of paradise earth to enjoy. The climate of the Andamans are for friends of tropical weather conditions a pleasure.