My first time in the Andaman, I was beyond excited to visit, stay, and discover Andaman & Nicobar Islands. We went there for our first anniversary, and the place lives up to its expectations.
We stayed there for five days, one day at Port Blair, two days in Havelock & one day in Neil Island.
We traveled to Havelock on the 2nd day by ferry and stayed at Symphony Palms Beach Resort. We stayed at a Lagoon suite which has a private beach. The property offers an intimate and luxurious stay by the white sand beach and palm-fringed shores.
Havelock Island

Andaman trip

Symphony Palms Beach Resort Andaman

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Street food in Andaman Sea Food in Andaman

  Neil Island
Things to do-
Keep some cash handy because that’s how the local markets & services work due to poor internet connection.
Try the most sensational delicacy seafood. We devoured lobster, prawns, and grilled fish throughout our stay in Havelock.
Try Scooba diving in the morning as it consumes half of your day plus saves you from mid noon tanning.
Spend a full day at Elephant beach – famous for coral reefs – snorkeling – scuba diving, and local food.

The best thing that I loved is the absence of network and Wi-Fi; that’s what gave us a lot of privacy and moment to cherish. Walk beside the seashore and relax with a chilled beer. Don’t miss the candlelight dinner and sunrise from the private beach.
You will have to be an early riser as the sun sets at around 4:30 PM. So, make the most out of the day.

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The next day we were taken to Neil Island, a place to relax at the clean white sand beaches. We stayed at Summer Sand Beach Resort. The beautiful property lets you take a dip from your room and swim throughout the resort.
We spent our day relaxing at Laxmanpur Beach and watching the sunset.

scuba diving in andaman


Trip to andaman Trip to andaman

Things to pack-

  • Sunscreen
  • Hat or cap
  • Mosquito repellent
  • Pack pair of clothes for swimming – changing rooms are available everywhere
  • Candies and medicines for seasickness
  • Extra easy-to-dry thin towels
  • Extra outfits for when you go to enjoy the water activities
  • Keep enough cash with you as most places would either not accept the cards or the connection would be weak.
  • For roaming around in ferries, make sure you carry your license, pan card, etc.
  • Pen drives to collect underwater videos and photos.


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