Experience the Andamans!

Allison Sodha
The Andaman and Nicobar Islands are an archipelago in the Bay of Bengal. Of the 572 islands, only 36 are inhabited. Once a British colony, Andaman/Nicobar became an Indian Union Territory in 1950, with direct rule of its 370,000 residents from Delhi. The main island is divided into three areas: North Andaman, Middle Andaman, and South Andaman. Port Blair, the capital, is located in South Andaman and foreigners are required to have a permit to visit the islands. Visitors enjoy the serenity, pristine beaches, thermal mud pools, tropical forests, and mangroves, as well as excellent scuba diving in the coral reefs. Commercial fishing has been banned for over sixty years, resulting in an oasis of marine life. There is also an added attraction: The ocean swimming elephants!

Sodha Travel is excited to offer a special to the beautiful Andamans. Packages start from just $915 per person for a fixed departure every Sunday and include the following:

  • 6 nights of superior hotel accommodation on Havelock Island and 1 night in Port Blair
  • Daily buffet breakfast and dinner
  • Roundtrip economy airfare from Mumbai - Port Blair
  • A/C transfers in Andaman, including boat transfers to Havelock
  • Exclusive farewell seafood dinner
  • Guided tour of Port Blair
  • Taxes and fees

We are also offering discounts on customized packages, so please let us know if you prefer a personalized Andaman itinerary. Flights now depart from Mumbai, Chennai, and Kolkata to Port Blair. Since the islands are a relatively unknown haven for foreigners, there is no better time to experience the blend of Bengali, Telugu, Burmese, and Tamil culture. This special won't last long, so contact us for details.

Topics: Accommodations, Andamans, Featured Tours

Allison Sodha

Written by Allison Sodha

As the President of Sodha Travel and author of Go! Girl Guides India, Allison has spent almost two decades exploring South Asia. She has a passion for creating experiences fueled by a deeper understanding of local communities.