Havelock Island is the largest of the islands that comprises of a chain of islands to the east of Great Andaman. The island consists of Bengali settlers because of which Bengalis form a major part of the island. There are a lot of dolphins here. Numberings are given to the villages on this island where village one (a boat dock) and village three (a bazaar) are popular ones.
Neil Island is the best place to take a break from your stressful life.Banana plantation, tropical trees, and paddy fields encapsulate Neil Island. The island has many beautiful beaches such as Sitapur Beach, Bharatpur Beach and Lakshmanpur Beach. The Howra Bridge in the island is a famous tourist spot attracting attention of tourists all over the world.
In Andaman Islands Havelock Island is the most visited island. Elephant beach is one of the popular beaches of Havelock Island. The beach offers amazing coral reef along with beautiful white sand. Tourists are attracted to various sports activities. White sand and the blue green water at the Elephant beach entice tourists.
Radhanagar Beach is a place to feel the fresh air and cut away from the stressful city life. All kind of tourists are attracted to this place- be it a couple, adventure lover, sports freak, or family person. It is a place where couples enjoy without much intrusion into their private moments.
Black rocks characterize Kalapathar Beach. There is meetha Pani Bridge where a sweet water stream joins the sea. You can spot many birds at the Meetha pani bridge. Silver sand and amazing ocean views entice the tourists.
Vijay Nagar Beach
From Havelock Island Vijay Nagar Beach is located at a distance of 4.5km. The tourists are enticed by the kaleidoscopic views, serene water and cotton soft sands. Mahua trees surrounding the island give a unique look to it.