Andaman and Nicobar Islands
is a unique and exhilarating experience

Best Time to Visit Andaman

The temperature stays almost even most of the year between 22ºC and 33ºC. There are two rainy seasons one from June to mid September and the other from November to mid December. December and January is the busiest season.

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Durga pooja, Panguni Utharam, and Mari Amman festivals are common here. Bengali sweets are the most preferred. The above festivals are during the month of October. Lord Muruga’s devotees fast for 10 days. They walk on fire, carry offerings called ‘kavadi’ in order to display their affection.

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The must see historical places at Andaman are, the only reminder of Port Blair’s gloomy past and the place for which Andaman is always remembered the sturdy brick Cellular Jail and the Museums. You can very well witness the close association of this jail with India’s freedom struggle.

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Andaman is not really a place to go shopping. Here one comes to relax. Clear gentle water of sea, pollution free environment everything is for a perfect relief from the hectic city life. Amongst other plenty of activities you may forget about Shopping in Andaman.

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Spectacular scenery, white sandy beaches and swaying palms combine with monuments and museums, world-class diving, swimming and sun basking make this a truly out-of-the-world experience.