As we all know that there was a ban on traveling under Covid-19, but now there is no restriction. Hotels are open, beaches have also opened and antigen testing on arrival at the airport, Inter Island ferries has started from October 15. However, we are not completely exempted from Covid-19 yet, we have to follow some specific things as per the instructions of the Government of India, such as COVID negative report, facemask, hand sanitizer, social distinction etc. (https://nicobars.andaman.nic.in/covid-19-prepardness/)
About Andaman Tour Package
The Andaman Islands, about 1370 km east of India, is an archipelago located in the Bay of Bengal with Myanmar to the east and north. Surrounded by translucent waters, the island offers a delightful landscape of white beaches, mangrove forests and coconut trees. The serene environment here and the beauty of Andaman will enchant you. The Andaman and Nicobar Islands are part of a union territory, the Andaman islands consist of ethinic groups from Tamil, Telugu, Bengali, Myanmar and Nicobar Islands. Although they are mainly home to the indigenous Jarawa and Prahari tribes. Andaman is an attractive destination for recreational divers and leisure seekers and are famous for their turquoise waters, sugary golden sandy beaches. Here two popular islands Havelock Island and Neil Island that are at present tourist attractions. The perfect setting and history of Port Blair, home to the cellular prison outside the very British Ross and Viper islands, would be the perfect starting point for proximity with the Andaman Islands.
Best Time to Visit Andaman
The Andaman and Nicobar Islands remain nearly the same throughout the year. The three main seasons in Andaman are summer, winter and monsoon. You can visit Andaman in any season. However, you should avoid traveling in the monsoon season. The weather between summer and winter is pleasant and the weather is clear and a good time to enjoy the charm of Andaman. Both these seasons are best for travel to Andaman and Nicobar Islands.
Summer season: through summer in the Andaman Islands, has a minimum temperature of around 24 ° C and a maximum temperature of around 37 ° C. In this season, morning and evening are the perfect time to visit the Andaman places, in the afternoon you are advised to stay in your accommodation. If you love water sports then this is the ideal time for you to visit. No wonder the famous Andaman Beach Festival is celebrated every year in April on three magnificent and fun-filled days.
Monsoon season: Andaman has humidity at its highest. Most of the time the monsoon brings moderate rainfall, but a heavy downpour can be observed during the peak season. Although tourists visit the islands during the monsoon season, especially in the case of more rainfall and unpredictable seas in July and August, water sports are not an option. The annual festivals held during this season are crowded with islands such as the Music Festival held in August, the Monsoon Festival and the Food Festival held in September.
Winter season: During the winter in the Andaman Islands, the minimum temperature is around 20 ° C and the maximum temperature in this season is around 30 ° C. Most of the tourists in this season consider the best time to visit Andaman and Nicobar. The weather remains pleasant on these days, during this season every form of water sport and beach activity becomes enjoyable. Whether it is swimming, boating, diving or sunbathing. The best time of winter to visit Andaman is for two reasons, the Film Festival to be held in November, and the 15-day Island Tourism Festival in January.
You can reach Andaman either by air or by sea.
Flights to Andaman: The only two destinations in India are Chennai and Kolkata which operate direct flights to Port Blair. Some airlines covering the route include SpiceJet, Air India, GoAir, which have a flight duration of about 2.5 hours. All flights land at the Veer Savarkar International Airport in Port Blair, about 2 kilometers south of the city.
Ships to Andaman: There are government-run ships from Kolkata, Chennai, and Vizag which take about three days to reach Port Blair. People of Kolkata can take longer to reach Port Blair. Beware of the fact that these are proper government-operated ships and not fancy cruises, these voyages are sailed one to two times a week and come with a booking window which opens a fortnight before departure.