Latest Information on Travelling to Andaman Islands?

  • A four week long curfew on the islands

    Updated: 26 May 2021

    There is an ongoing four-week long curfew on the island owing to rising COVID-19 cases.

  • Tourist attractions closed till further notice

    Updated: 29 May 2021

     Tourist attractions attracting large gatherings closed till further notice.

  • RT PCR report on arrival

    Updated: 29 May 2021

    A negative RT PCR report has to be presented by all passengers on arrival.

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  • All passengers will be required to go through thermal screening.
  • All incoming passengers have to carry the RT-PCR negative test report issued from an ICMR approved lab. The test should have been taken within 48 hours. RT-PCR timeline begins from the swab collection time. Any passenger without it will be sent back to the origin. Also, handwritten reports are not acceptable.
  • Along with having the negative RT-PCR report, all incoming passengers will undergo Rapid Antigen Test (RAT) upon arrival at designated testing centers that are located within two kilometers of Veer Savarkar International Airport, Port Blair.
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  • Activities attracting huge crowds such as the Light and Sound Show at Netaji Subhash Chandra Bose Island and National Memorial Cellular Jail, water sports, beaches, and other such activities have been suspended across all three districts for another four weeks starting from May 20, 2021.
  • A new standard operating procedure for adventure water sports has been issued.
  • Travelling to North and Middle Andaman Islands, Nicobar group of islands, and Little Andaman Island is not allowed for tourism purposes as of now.
  • The ongoing night curfew has been extended by one hour from 9 pm to 5 am.
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  • Even if the test of the result conducted on arrival is negative, all passengers still have to home quarantine for a week.
  • Any passenger with a positive test result will be sent for institutional quarantine for further treatment.
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  • Regular flights to Port Blair (the capital of the Andaman and Nicobar Islands) are operational now.
  • There are direct flights from Chennai, Kolkata, Bangalore, and Delhi.
  • Public transports like cabs, taxis, and bus services are also functional.
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Travellers should carefully follow social distancing norms and wear masks as well. Also, before making any booking, they should refer to the latest travel news on the government website of the Andaman and Nicobar Islands.

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Kayaking in Havelock Island

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  • Kayaking in Havelock Islands
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Overview

Kayaking

The sooner you paddle, the better you explore. Kayaking is one such experience that can give you the much-needed thrill and make your holiday one-of-its-kind. Andamans is a prominent destination for water sports, and kayaking is often received very well by travellers all around the world. A kayak is a canoe like boat which is low-to-the-water in which the paddler has to sit facing forward, placing his legs in front while using a double-bladed paddle to pull front-to-back on one side and then the other. This is a water activity that could accommodate maximum six people in a Kayak and is ideal for travellers who come for group vacations with family & friends. It is a very close encounter with the oceanic waves while sailing through the sea and see how the blue sky above you & blue water under looks together.

How is Kayaking Done?

Kayaking is when you make use of a kayak to move across the water. A kayak is a canoe-like boat in which the paddler sits with his legs facing forward. A kayak usually uses a double-bladed paddle to pull front-to-back on one side and the other side in rotation. Most kayaks have closed decks, but there are also sit-on-top and inflatable kayaks that are highly popular. Kayaks were created thousands of years ago by the Inuit, also known as Eskimos of the Arctic regions. They used driftwood to construct the frame of the kayak along with animal skin to create the body.

Day Kayaking:

Kayaking is also a popular water activity in the Havelock Island. Peddle a Kayak & sail through the crystal clear water of the Indian Ocean. If you opt not to swim for a while and love the experience of traditional boat riding, you must opt for kayaking on one of the beaches of the Havelock Island.

Night Kayaking:

For those who are the night birds can also opt for Kayaking at night. Peddling a Kayak while experiencing the cool breeze & sailing on the backwaters in the sea at night is truly a divine experience in the Havelock Island. Watch how the stars & moonlight illuminates the sky at night and behold this miraculous site in your eyes forever. Kayaking may also be an add-on to spice up a romantic date with your partner in a unique style.

 

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