Holiday2andaman is travel service provider with its own accomodation and various tour packages to chooses from. holiday2andaman assits you with the best of tour packages, accomodations and adventure activities within your budget. We cater in Hotels/Resorts booking, Holiday tour packages with other services viz. Scuba Diving, Sport Fishing & Snorkeling.
Andaman & Nicobar Islands is a cluster of 572 emerald islands, islets and rocks positioned in the Bay of Bengal, of which only 38 islands is inhabitat. With climate from humid, tropical to coastal climate is home to tropical evergreen rain forests, beautiful silver sandy beaches, serpentine mangrove-lines creeks, marine life abounding in rare species of plants, animals, corals, etc., provide a memorable experience to the tourists. There is tremendous scope for enjoying nature in the beach resorts, water sports and adventure water sports, adventure tourism like trekking, Island camping, Nature trail, Scuba Diving, etc…
- 10 Years of Experience.
- Multilingual staff at Port Blair, Havelock & Neil Islands.
- No. Language Barrier at Islands.
- Range of Vehicles / Transportation to choose from & offering the best of Hotels & Resorts Available in the Islands.
- Top 5 Beaches of Andaman Islands – Radhanagar Beach – Elephant Beach – Laxman Pur Beach – Jolly Buoy – Ross & Smith.
- Relish the Delicious Sea Food.
- Glorious Indian History at the Cellular Jail.
- Heavens for Honeymooners & Paradise for Water Sports.
- Turtle Nesting & Marine National Parks.
- India’s only one Active Volcano “ Barren Island”.
When is a good time to visit the islands?
In the Andamans, the main tourist season is between October and mid-May and the absolute peak season being December to March.
The months of June, July, August and September are considered as the rainy season. Rain peaks in June and July and one could get pleasant weather in August and September with a little luck.
As the Andamans are tropical islands, it is difficult to predict the rains and hence tourists should be prepared for light showers even in the months of November or December.
For guests visiting these islands primarily for water sports such as scuba diving and snorkeling, October to March is considered the best time to visit as the wind dies down leaving the seas absolutely calm and flat. Visibility is also at its very best during this time making water sports truly enjoyable.
What can I see or do in Port Blair?
Port Blair is busy town that almost does not resemble an island. In fact it does not have a beach within city limits. Although one can drive out from Port Blair to some nice beaches, most travellers in Port Blair visit the monuments and historical attractions.
What is the electricity & water supply in the Andaman Islands like?
The whole of India has standard 220volts with sockets that are a mix of three-pin (round pins) and two-pin (round pins). To avoid trouble we suggest guests bring at least one travel adapter with them.
Water is an important depleting resource on the Islands. However guests are requested not to waste water and take steps to conserve this resource as far as possible.
What are the common festivals of the local population?
Almost all festivals celebrated on mainland India are celebrated with the same amount of pomp in the Andaman Islands. A few important ones are Holi, Diwali, Christmas, Eid and Easter. However owing to the Bengali population on these islands, the festival of ‘Durga Pooja’ is a special one and reigns as the king of all festivals here.
Is the currency in the Andaman Islands the Indian Rupee or is it different?
The currency of India and the Andaman Islands too is the Indian Rupee.