Andaman Diaries – Travelogue

There was a time when we don’t have to think much before packing our bags and leaving for our dream destination listed in our bucket list. However time has changed since the time Lazy Yatra was born, we can plan a trip for the traveller at ease but planning a trip for us has become a challenge. Andaman was in our bucket list for a long time, yet we could see the gorgeous beauty recently, in the first week of April 2017. Earlier we had plan to cover entire Andaman, islands open for tourists, within 15-16 days but due to time constraints we could cover south Andaman only.

Andaman is mainly divided into 3 regions.

  • North Andaman
  • Middle Andaman
  • South Andaman

South Andaman has most known destinations of Andaman. It consists Port Blair, Havelock Island, and Neil Island. However few tourist travel to Baratang as well which is part of Middle Andaman. In addition, Rangat is also a part of Middle Andaman. Diglipur and Mayabunder come into North Andaman which is farthest part of the Andaman region and it is barely known to people who are travelling to Andaman. However these destinations are more beautiful and less explored than south Andaman.

Flight to Andaman
Night View, Delhi, Morning Flight from Delhi Airport

As you are approaching Port Blair, the magnificent beauty of the archipelago becomes evident even from your flights. Various small islands, covered by blue sea, unite together to give you a majestic view of the enthralling beauty you are going to witness for next few days.

Andaman Island - Bird Eye View
Andaman Island – Bird Eye View
Sun Peeping Out Through The Clouds

We spent 10 days in Andaman and stayed at 9 different hotels at 3 locations. During our visit we reviewed and learnt many things about various sights, activities, and hotels. In this series of blogs, we would share our experiences, photos and reviews with you so that you can make the well-informed decision before travelling to Andaman.

In these blogs we would first share the sights we have visited. Little information about sight, activities available, hotels within the range. Later we would share the itinerary that we followed and things we enjoyed during our trip. Moving further we would tell you the adventure activities we performed and enjoy and what we liked about those activities, and last not the least we would share experiences at different hotels. Hope you would enjoy our series on Andaman.

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