Ultimate Guide for Backpacking Travel to Andaman

Andaman tour packages

The beaches of white sand, green seas, blue sky are all about Andaman Island. This is a great holiday to relax, enjoy good time with loved ones or take a look at oneself. As a gold mine for solo visitors, Andaman island is also a safe spot for solitary travelers. Andaman island There are 572 islands in Andaman and Nicobar. However, only 9 of them are available to visitors. Let’s begin with a solo guide to Andaman backpacking.


When I landed on Port Blair, Tim at Thomas Cook gave me a warm welcome. I took the time to soak into the past history of the island.. I was surprised to see all the flora and fauna here. On the bottom of the ship, I met some beautiful corals, mining the sea, fish, and other marine life. That is an incredible experience.


Being outdoor, what I want to do in Andaman will go camping, snorkeling, scuba diving in the original blue waters. I also know that I can do windsurfing and water skiing. It certainly makes me happier. It took a while to plan this vacation, and I wanted to be the best. Thank you to Thomas Cook, they make sure that every day I spend there worth the experience.

Andaman summer


Andaman organizes annual tourism festivals in December and January, but October for maybe in general is the right time to visit. Below is a list of places to add to your travel plans and explore the best of the Andaman Islands on the Pamungkas backpacking trip.


1. Port Blair


If you are traveling with a flight, this is where you will land. Port Blair although rather crowded, not too crowded to prevent you from having fun. Port Blair is also one of the more commercial places in Andaman. One of the main tourist attractions in Port Blair is a cellular prison. Cellular prison, also known as Kaala Pili used by Britain to alienate political detainees. Visiting this place provides interesting insights into the political past, Indian Pre-independence. Someone can also visit the anthropology museum that offers rare insights on a smoother feel of the way of life of local tribes. (Recommended Read: 6 The main reasons for adding Andaman to your bucket list) The local bar in the main market serves Massive Royal Faloodas which is very pleasant for taste.


2. Island Havelock –


Havelock Island is one of the main tourist attractions for backpackers solo. It has many stay choices and food which makes it suitable for travelers with a limited budget. The first appeal of course Radhanagar beach. Has judged the seventh Best Beach in the World with Times Magazine in 2015. It is the perfect place to stick to the sunset in Havelock. Other beaches in Havelock include Govindnagar Beach, Gajah Beach, Vijaynagar Beach and Kalapatthar Beach. There are many bicycle rentals available along the beach too. You can specify one and explore the area to your liking. The certified dive operator offers a pleasant diving course and certification in Scuba. Gajah beach is another beach that is worth visiting. The waters until now are not explored so that it is possible to see fish schools at times. Someone can also take 2 kilometers to climb to the elephant beach. Contrary to popular beliefs, trips to Gajah Beach are well marked and safe.


Scuba diving in Andaman


Kalapati beach is a fantastic picnic place because it is quite far from the main city. Cook your own food, listen to music and dance on the beach. On the one hand is a fertile green forest and on the other hand, is a heavenly and silvery beach. You can also explore the nearest cafe.


3. Neil Island.


Neil Island has been mentioned as having one of the most beautiful beaches in the world. The island is rather old-fashioned and full of flora and fauna making it a pure location for Solo tourists to crave a peaceful time. Bharatpur Beach is one of the main tourist attractions of this island. This beach offers a variety of activities such as snorkeling, scuba diving, and jet skiing. One of the activities that must be tried on this island is a glass of a glass of a boat. The bottom of the ship is made of glass, gives the opportunity takers to explore aquatic life. Another hidden gem is Laxmanpur beach. Someone must try to be on this beach at sunset, the colorful sunset leaves on the canvas are just magical. Another place that can be visited is Sitapur Beach and Andaman’s Howrah Bridge which serves as a pleasure of visitors.


4. Diplinpur.


Diglipur is a small town in the northern part of the Andaman Islands. The place to visit for solo backpackers, offbeat travelers and nature lovers. This is an excellent alternative to other areas that may be found to be commercialized. This is relatively less explored because it is quite far from most other locations.


Track to Saddle Peak


Saddle Peak is located at the northernmost point of Andaman and the Nicobar Islands near Diggleipur. About one and a half hours to two hours ride which will take you to this beautiful top and provide beautiful scenery of the Islands. If you start earlier like most trekkers, you can see the sunrise that will make you drop your jaw. The journey comes from in the forest but is quite safe and not afraid of wild animals.


5. Bharatang Island


The island is gifted in many ways than you can imagine. This is very different from the rest of the Andaman tour packages. The first appeal is the limestone cave. These caves have been formed by constant erosion by CO2 dissolved in water. Fantastic numbers can be seen hanging on the roof and growing from the ground. Going to these caves almost like trekking expeditions because a lot of walking and moving around involved. However, visits to these caves will be like whatever you see before. Another interesting place is the mud volcano. People will imagine a volcano as a machine like lava. However, the mud volcano is not like that. The mud volcano is a rather unusual discovery and the one is the only one in the whole of South Asia. Another significant part is Parrot Island which is a bird observer (no words of words). One of the most beautiful sights is at dusk when hundreds of birds can be seen chirping simultaneously. If you want, you can also visit Baudera Beach. This is quite isolated and less visited. You can even get a good elephant trip on the beach.


The solo tour can be very exciting, but someone needs to be careful and alert when planning a solo. Therefore, we have several security tips for you that will help you secure yourself and your trip is mostly


First, don’t try to bring the coral and shells without special permission from the fisheries department who cares.


Second, don’t take photos or videos within the tribal reserve area.


Third and most importantly avoid living on the beach or forest at night.

Make sure you bid properly with automatic riders because they can sell too expensive.

Make sure you bring a locked backpack so there is no chance and scares small theft.

Check the blog about everything you need to know about Andaman for a more interesting face about Andaman. Thomas Cook adjusts its Andaman tour package to suit your needs and make your unforgettable solo trip.



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