Havelock Island

Havelock Island




Havelock is one of only a handful few places that the organization of the Andaman and Nicobar Islands union region of India has allowed and energized the advancement of tourism, with an attention on advancing eco-tourism.

Havelock Island evaded a great part of the pulverization by the 2004 Indian Ocean seismic tremor and its subsequent wave, and there were no archived setbacks.

Deadly crocodile assaults have happened on the island. In 2010 an American visitor was taken while snorkeling. Later the crocodile was caught by the Andaman woods office and was sent to a zoo





Radha Nagar shoreline on the western drift, otherwise called Number 7 Beach, is a standout amongst the most mainstream shorelines on Havelock and was named “Best Beach in Asia” by Time in 2004. Other striking shorelines incorporate Elephant Beach on the northwest drift and Vijay Nagar Beach (No. 5), Beach No. 3 and Beach No. 1 on the east drift. Kalapathar is another renowned shoreline.




One can go snorkeling at Elephant Beach at Havelock Island. It is a standout amongst the most favored snorkeling goals after Jolly Buoy Island in Port Blair.




Havelock Island has turned into a goal for honeymooners. The island has plenty of resorts by the shoreline to take into account visitors. The resorts are arranged in a steady progression in a long extend. The main Government settlement in Havelock Island is the Dolphin Beach Resort.




Elephant Beach Tour

Scuba Diving


Cruising to close-by uninhabited islands.









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