Latest Information on Travelling to Andaman Islands?
  • Runway Status for Port Blair Airport From October,22 to February, 23

    Updated: 19 Sep 2022
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  • Andaman Tourism Opens

    Updated: 14 Aug 2021

    Andaman Tourism Opens: The Andaman & Nicobar administration has announced that all tourist spots in the South Andaman district will be opened for tourism activities with immediate effect 8 Feb 2022.

  • RT PCR report on arrival

    Updated: 14 Aug 2021

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

  • What is the advisory to travel to North & Middle Andaman District?

    Updated: 14 Aug 2021

    The tourists are allowed to visit Baratang/North & Middle Andaman on production of double dose covid certificate/ All other passengers viz. unvaccinated and partially vaccinated passengers (those who have taken only 1S1 dose of COVID vaccine) shall have to produce RT-PCR negative test report

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  • All asymptomatic fully vaccinated persons coming to these islands from mainland are exempted from the requirement of carrying RT-PCR negative test report,irrespective of the type of vaccine received and country of origin. Such fullyvaccinated individuals shall produce the final vaccination certificate at the origin airport, sea port in the mainland and at Port Blair Airport / sea port.
  • Alt asymptomatic children below 5 years of age are exempted from carrying RT-PCR negative test report and further RT-PCR testing at Port Blair Airport.
  • All other passengers viz. unvaccinated and partially vaccinated passengers (those who have taken only 1S1 dose of COVID vaccine) shall have to produce RT-PCR negative test report to travel to Port Blair from the mainland, as is the practice now. Such an RT-PCR test should have been taken within 48 hours prior to commencement of journey from the origin airport connecting Port Blair. Such passengers will also have to undergo additional RT-PCR test on arrival at Port Blair. Such passengers shall remain in self-quarantine till the arrival of the test report.
  • If a passenger on arrival is tested positive then, the prescribed quarantine protocol is to be followed.
  • All Airlines shall ensure strict compliance of this order and observance of COVID Appropriate Behaviour. Any non-compliance shall invite action under Disaster Management Act and other applicable laws. 
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General Guidelines defined for traveling to Andaman Islands during COVID :

  1. The Tourism Activities are permitted only in South Andaman & North & Middle Andaman District except Nicobar District.
  2. Persons above 65 years of age, persons with home co-morbidities, pregnant women and children below the age of 10 years advised not to travel for tourism purposes.
  3. Tourists/Visitors who are at higher risk due to some medical history are advised to take extra precautions.
  4. Tourists/visitors shall minimize contact with other staff and visitors as far as possible and zero contact policy should be followed at all tourist destinations.
  5. All tourists/visitors shall be briefed by the hotel concerned about do’s & don’ts to be mandatorily followed during their stay and movements.
  6. While travelling tourists/visitors should wear a face mask and carry their own sanitizer and wet wipes for personal use.
  7. At all tourist destinations, staff must wear face masks and wash/sanitize hands regularly while performing their duties.
  8. Arogya Setu App shall be mandatory for all incoming tourists/visitors.
  9. Respiratory etiquettes to be strictly followed. This involves strict practice of covering one’s mouth and nose while coughing/sneezing with a tissue handkerchief/flexed elbow and disposing off used tissues properly after use.
  10. The tourists/visitors on arrival at Port Blair airport have to undergo mandatory Covid-19 screening with RTPCR test free of cost. Thereafter the tourists/ visitors are allowed to move to their respective hotels. However, they will have to be under quarantine at Port Blair in their hotel rooms until the result of RTPCR tests are received. In case of RTPCR positive test results, the tourists/visitors shall remain in institutional quarantine in hotels notified by the Hoteliers Association in consent with the A&%N Administration, on rate as specified or to the designated hospital/ Covid 19 care centre on case to case basis.
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What are the guidelines for testing for tourists coming to Andaman after August 03 2021?

On arrival at Port Blair :

1. The tourists need to carry COVID-19 negative test report from mainland based 1CMR approved lab using Reverse Transcriptase-Polymerase Chain Reaction (RTPCR). However, the sample for RTPCR test should have been taken within 48 hours prior to starting the journey from the origin station. (For e.g. if the tourist takes a flight from Delhi at 0600 hrs. on 1st September, 2021, the sample for RTPCR test should have been taken not before 0600 hrs. on 30th August, 2021).

2. The tourists/visitors on arrival at Port Blair airport have to undergo mandatory Covid-19 screening with RTPCR test free of cost. Thereafter the tourists/visitors are allowed to move to their respective hotels. However, they will have to be under quarantine at Port Blair in their hotel rooms until the result of RTPCR tests are received. In case of RTPCR positive test results, the tourists/visitors shall remain in
institutional quarantine in hotels notified by the Hoteliers Association in consent with the A&N Administration, on rates as specified or to the designated hospital/ Covid-19 care centre on case-to-case basis.

3. Tourists may also have to undergo random Rapid Antigen Test conducted from time to time on payment basis as prescribed by A8N Administration.

What if the tourists test positive after arriving at the Andaman Islands?

If the tourists tests positive during their stay in the Islands, he/she will need to undergo institutional isolation as per existing health protocols. The
cost of such isolation for govt. facility will be paid by the tourists as fixed by the administration from time to time.

If the patient wants to stay at hotels, he/she can stay in the hotels if all the conditions below are met:

a) Patients are not symptomatic and not more than 60 years old.
b) Request/ undertaking is made by patient in writing.
c)lf allowed by doctors.

Hotels will make necessary arrangements to designate a part of their rooms for institutional isolation for this purpose.

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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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Places to Visit in Havelock Island

Top Havelock Island Tours

Experiences in Havelock Island

Sightseeing Spots in Havelock Island
Places to Visit in Havelock Island

Havelock Island lies 70 kilometres northeast of the capital city, Port Blair. Owing to its geography, Havelock is not connected to other islands via roads, tendering sea route as the likely mode of transport. The journey from Port Blair to Havelock takes less than 2 hours. Travellers can choose between government/private ferries.

  • Government Ferry: Government ferries are the easiest available means to reach Havelock Island that are equally easy on your budget. The trip from the Phoenix Bay Jetty takes nearly 2.5 hours and works around a fixed schedule. Popular amongst locals, the first departure is 6 A.M, then 11 A.M and 2 P.M respectively.
  • Private Cruise/Ferries: A more comfortable means to reach Havelock is via private ferries. Ideal for travellers, these ferries offer this experience at a regular price. These cruises, however, travel faster and take relatively less time as compared to the government ferries. The most dependable operators for cruise boats are Makruzz and Green Ocean that extend a premium experience.
  • Air: Helicopters are yet another means to reach Havelock Island. Though the aerial view of the islands is breathtaking, the services are quite hard to avail, and tourists often find themselves at the bottom of the waiting list.

What's Noteworthy -

  1. Always book your tickets beforehand.
  2. Avoid travelling in turbulent weather as ferries often get cancelled due to bad weather.
  3. Remember to carry valid ID proof to board a ferry.
  4. Keep an eye on the chart as ferry timings often change owing to the weather.

Getting Around -

Getting around on an island is a tad bit different from travelling within a city. To begin with, people here are a whole lot helpful, not that you would require much help owing to the simple local transport system. The beaches in Havelock have numbers assigned to their names, and the roads are set-straight devoid of any traffic. Walking remains one of the most popular means of travel within the island and if your time permits, the best one to explore the island.

  • Taxis - Tourists that travel with a plan in hand can easily rent taxis from Havelock jetty to save some time. Be wary of the drivers that might overcharge you.
  • Two-wheelers - A simple, cost-effective and the most popular means of transport within the island is via renting a motorcycle, scooter or a bicycle. Travellers usually hire them on an everyday basis for a minimal amount and set off to explore the island on their own.
  • Auto rickshaws - Tuk-tuks or auto rickshaws are cost-effective when booked for a short distance. Since they are readily available, you can board them on one of the main roads or at the marketplace. The drivers charge you standard prices, though there is always a scope to bargain.
  • Public Transport - Backpackers or budget travellers can also choose to travel via shared jeeps and government buses.

What's Noteworthy -

  1. Decide upon a price with your driver to avoid hidden charges later.
  2. Avoid driving during monsoons as the roads are slippery.
  3. Do not hesitate to ask a local for help in emergencies.
  • Places to Visit in Havelock Island


    Known as the jewel of the Andaman, Havelock (Swaraj Dweep) has grown from being a little known idyllic island to a modern and bustling hub for travellers from all across the world. And for, good reason. Although there is a myriad of experiences to indulge in, on this island, the underwater action tops the charts. With heavenly silken-blonde beaches, glimmering teal waters and some of the best diving in South Asia, Havelock is what lures most travellers across the Bay of Bengal to Andamans. How to Reach Havelock Island (Swaraj Dweep) from Port Blair? Officially named Swaraj island, the island covers a massive area of 114 square kilometres and lies roughly 70 kilometres north-east of the capital city Port Blair.

    Prime Minister renamed Havelock Island to Swaraj Dweep as a tribute to Netaji Subhash Chandra Bose in 2018. Tourist Attractions in Havelock Island are blessed with a tropical climate and characterized by warm, sunny, humid days. However, the time between November and May sees a slight slump in the humidity and the temperature, making it the best season to visit the island. February and March are the ideal months for water sports due to low tides and better visibility. By all means, avoid a trip during June through September to steer clear of the monsoons that hit the island then. For beach bums, Havelock Island is a utopic land with over seven idyllic beaches, to spend a week visiting a new one each day.

    The beaches in Havelock (Swaraj Dweep) are known more by their numbers than their names. Undoubtedly, Beach number seven a.k.a Radhanagar beach is the most popular beach of the lot, after it bagged the title of Asia's fourth-best beach by TIME magazine in 2004. Elephant beach and Kalapathar beach are the two most sought-after beaches on the island for sunrise and sunsets. Beach number five a.k.a Vijaynagar beach has some of the best eateries serving scrumptious meals. The island flaunts some of the most well-defined sightseeing spots in Havelock Island (Swaraj Dweep) with a perfect blend of tropical wilderness and pristine white sandy beaches.

    The beaches here are glorious, no doubt! Places to visit in Havelock Island (Swaraj Dweep)? But if you really want to see Havelock like a local, look beyond them. Long strips of fields covered with rice and paddies, sweeping coconut-palm groves, rich coral reef, tropical jungles, and the arresting views on the island itself, make the visit worth every penny! The pristine ambience of the island allows for a peaceful retreat, and the low population density adds to the calm. The coastal roads offer great rides on rental scooters, and that alone is a reason to make Havelock the next place to tick off your list.

    Relishing the well-deserved reputation of being a travellers' paradise, Havelock has been developing fast in recent years with a sharp rise in domestic tourism. Havelock has been in the limelight of Andaman tourism for more than a decade. Being an island comes with its share of benefits - a lush canopy of greenery, ocean with infinite shades of blue melting into the sky-blue sky at the horizon, and the sugary white stretches of sandy beaches. Laze around on its secluded beaches, or explore its thick mangroves; float among exotic corals while you revel in diving or explore the wilderness on long trekking expeditions – Havelock has it all!

  • Do's & Don'ts

    Do's :

    1. Take a copy of your tickets and permits with you at all times.
    2. Check the certification of the tour operator before booking.
    3. Carry sunscreen because the tropical sea wind along with sun is harmful to the skin.
    4. Carry a waterproof bag to keep important documents.
    5. Contact Tourist information centres in the islands for any assistance.
    6. While driving, Carry legal documents like driving license, permit, passport and follow traffic rules.
    7. Do wear a helmet while riding two-wheeler motor vehicles.
    8. Swim in safe areas only. And Consult lifeguards at the coast before entering the sea.
    9. Remember to carry all the necessary items like sunscreen lotion, comfortable footwear, camera and sunglasses.
    10. If you want to capture a photo/video in any tourist attraction, then obtain permission. All the tourist attractions spots will carry notice boards about approval.
    11. Use the dustbins for disposing of garbage. Help keep the Andaman Islands litter-free, please do not throw waste in parks, on beaches, into the sea or public places.
    12. Carry essential documents like permits and driving license with you at all times while travelling in the Andaman Islands.
    13. Get necessary permits from the authorities for visiting National Parks of the island.
    14. Be sensitive to the privacy and lifestyle of the local tribes.
    15. Avail the service of qualified Instructors having certification of international organizations (PADI, CMAS, NAUI) for a safe scuba diving session.
    16. Inform authorities if you notice any illegal/undesirable activity on the island.
    17. Foreign nationals must keep their restricted area permit with them at all times.

    Don'ts :

    1. Do not smoke in public areas.
    2. Plastic carry-bags are prohibited in the Andaman Islands, kindly consider jute/ recycled bags for your comfort.
    3. The island is renowned for its flora and fauna - Do not hunt birds and animals both on land and on the sea.
    4. Travelling to tribal reserves without a special pass is prohibited.
    5. Overnight Stays in forest areas or beaches are not allowed. We advise you to return before the sunset.
    6. Unless permitted, Camping on the islands and lighting bonfires in beaches or forests is a punishable offence.
    7. Breaking and touching a live coral is prohibited. Visitors are advised not to collect any dead coral as well.
    8. Please do not take pictures of the aboriginal tribes of Andaman or record their activities. It is a punishable crime under the Indian Penal Code.
    9. Do not swim when drunk, it is not safe, and there are massive repercussions against the offender.
    10. Nudity is not acceptable on all Andaman beaches and public areas.
    11. Do not overstay at the islands past your permit time.
    12. Be very careful when visiting specific beaches where the crocodile sign is up. There have been some instances of people who ignored it and ended up getting attacked by the crocodile.
    13. Do not ride a bike or scooter without a helmet. The authorities in Andaman are strict about Road safety - both the rider and pillion must wear a helmet.
    14. Do not go for snorkelling by yourself, especially at prohibited areas of the beaches in Andaman island.

  • FAQs About Havelock Island

    • Q1.   Which are the best spots for scuba diving in Havelock Island (Swaraj Dweep)?

      During your vacations in the stunning Andaman Island, don’t forget to go for one of the finest scuba diving experiences in India that you can have in Havelock Island. The island is known for having a total of nine outstanding locations that are great spots for diving. Going under the depths of these waters is exactly the type of experience that you are looking for. 

      The best diving sites in Havelock Islands are as follows: 

      • Barracuda City
      • Turtle Bay
      • Seduction Point
      • Mac Point
      • Aquarium
      • The Wall
      • Minerva Ledge
      • Pilot Reef
      • Lighthouse

      Other scuba diving sites in Havelock Island are mentioned below:

      • M4
      • Jackson’s Bar
      • Jonny George
      • Broken Ledge
      • Dicksons Pinnacle
      • Whitehouse Rock
      • MV Mars
      • Red Pillar
      • The Slope
      • Purple Haze
      • S.S. Inchkett
    • Q2.   Which are the best beaches to visit in Havelock Island?

      Havelock Island receives the maximum footfall in the Andaman Islands owing to its pristine beaches and turquoise waters. There are a number of beaches in Havelock Island, and the most gorgeous ones are listed below: Vijay Nagar, Beach, Elephant Beach, Radhanagar Beach, Kalapathar Beach, Neil’s Cove, Govind Nagar Beach

    • Q3.   How long should I stay in Havelock Island?

      When in this gorgeous place, you should definitely include Radhanagar Beach, Elephant Beach, and Kalapathar beach along with other spots in your travel itinerary. Moreover, it is a hub of water sports as well. Adrenaline junkies, take a note! We would recommend staying for at least two-three days in Swaraj Dweep if you want to explore and appreciate the beauty of this natural marvel.

    • Q4.   How one can reach Havelock Island?

      You can reach Havelock Island by sea as well as by air. However, the best and the easiest way to travel would be by the sea. Private and Government ferries operate from Port Blair and Neil Island, which are the neighboring islands. Booking from private ferries is stress-free and you don’t need to wait in long queues. These are the lifeline of the Andaman Islands as they connect so many islands with each other. Make the booking in advance for an easy and worry-free experience.

    • Q5.   How to commute within Havelock Island?

      Getting around via local transport in Swaraj Dweep is quite easy. Roads are well set and straight. The chances of getting lost are almost impossible as everything is by road. Moreover, locals are very helpful. The best ways to commute around the island are as follows:

      • Tourist taxis- One can rent a taxi from Havelock jetty and the drivers will be waiting at the jetty. Know in advance that it may be overpriced and you have to bargain a lot. That’s why the best option would be to book a cab in advance. It will save a lot of your time and effort. 
      • Bike rentals- The easiest and smoothest way to get around the island is by renting a scooty. You can hire it on daily basis for around Rs. 500 per day. Fuel stations get shut by evening, so make sure that you have enough fuel. Also, avoid it during monsoons as roads can get slippery.
      • Auto rickshaws- Autos are also available for short and long distances. But you cannot depend on them if there is a holiday.
      • Public transport- If you are strictly on a budget trip, then you can opt for shared jeeps and public buses for commuting within the island. 
    • Q6.   Which water sports are the most popular in Havelock Island?

      Havelock Island is home to serene beaches, crystal clear waters, and diverse water sports. It is like a fun magnet that attracts everyone towards its splendor. Below mentioned are the most sought-after adventure water activities in Swaraj Dweep: 

      Scuba Diving- The Andaman Islands have a number of scuba diving centers from where you can get your PADI certification (basic and advanced levels). But to go for your first fun dive, you don’t need any kind of certification. If you don’t know swimming, even then it is absolutely fine. The miraculous natural marine life under the enchanting waters of the island is waiting for you. Scuba diving is the best water activity in the world, and doing it for the first time in Havelock Island would be an experience of a lifetime for you. Whether you are a swimmer or a non-swimmer, this activity is an excellent option for you. To enjoy it to the fullest, always listen to your instructor and follow his instructions. Do not take a flight the same day you dive.

      Cost: Starting from Rs.3,500 per person

      Snorkeling- Havelock Island has some of the best spots for snorkeling in India. You will notice the colorful reefs of the ocean shining through your underwater goggles. You can have a look at the marine life and the rarest corals while performing this activity on this island. 

      Cost: Starting from Rs.1,000 per person

      Underwater Sea Walking- Sea walking is the most exclusive and unique water activity as in India, it can only be done in Havelock Island. It can be done by people of all age groups and with anyone—family, partner, friends, or alone. You can explore the magical marine life as you go down and walk on the seabed of a serene beach of the island. You can walk past the exotic aqua life and the breathtaking coral reefs with the help of a visor and a special helmet. 

      Cost: Starting from Rs.3,500 per person 

      Kayaking- Kayak your way through the fabulous mangrove forests. You can also choose to club kayaking with snorkeling or going for a night kayaking tour. Anyone can do this fun activity as you don’t need to be a swimming expert. But make sure that you do it with a certified instructor for an exciting and fun-filled experience.

      Cost: Starting from Rs.3,500 per person

      Game Fishing- You can go for an enthralling fishing adventure in the great Andaman Sea. The whole activity will take two-four hours. Right from the very beginning, learn how to fish while cruising along the sea.

      Cost: Starting from Rs.13,000 per person

    • Q7.   What should I buy from Havelock Island?

      Travelling to Havelock Island means a lot of shopping, especially if you are travelling with your girl gang. Girls’ eternal connection with shopping cannot be understood by anyone else. Just go out to its popular markets in Havelock, Andaman like Aberdeen Bazaar or Sagarika Emporium to buy stunning shell-based products, cane artifacts and superb jewelry. Even window shopping with your squad will make your beach holidays truly memorable.

    • Q8.   Can I go for a candlelight dinner in Havelock Island?

      Of course! Enjoying a romantic candlelight dinner by the pristine waters of Havelock Island is something that can be cherished lifelong. When the cool breeze in the atmosphere touches your face while you take a sip of your favorite wine and eat the delectable dishes, all your worries will vanish in no time. As you enjoy the comforts of this excursion, appreciating the reflection of the moon on the sea would be a memorable experience.

    • Q9.   Where should I stay in Havelock Island and what would be the approximate tariff?

      Among all the islands in the Andamans, the infrastructure for tourists is the best in Havelock Island. You can choose to stay at a beach resort in Havelock Island at affordable rates or a highly luxurious cottage at a premium cost. The prices vary depending on the off and peak tourist seasons. During peak season, the best places get filled up quite fast and prices go up. Thus, it is advisable to book in advance.

      Low Budget: INR 500- 3000

      Mid-range: INR 4000- 8000

      Premium stays: INR 15000- 25000

      Some of the best beachfront properties to stay in Havelock Island are as follows:

      • Havelock Island Beach Resort
      • Taj Exotica
      • Barefoot
      • Sea Shell resort
      • Jalakara
      • Flying Elephant

      Mentioned below are the other stays that we recommend in Havelock Island:


      • The Kingdom Resort
      • El Dorado
      • Radhakrishna Resort


      • Green Valley Resort
      • Gold Star Beach Resort
      • Orient Legend Resort
      • Emerald Gecko
      • Royal Palace
      • Wild Orchid Beach Resort


      • Symphony Palm Beach Resort
      • Holiday Inn Beach Resort
      • Coral Reef Resort
      • Havelock Holiday Beach Resort
      • Aparupa Sands Marina
      • Cross Bill Beach Resort


      • Silver Sand Beach Resort
      • Munjoh Ocean Resort
    • Q10.   How is the nightlife in Havelock Island?

      Known for its calm beaches, pristine waters, and romantic vibes, Havelock Island has gained popularity as a pristine beach destination all over the world. Along with that, the island is a great party destination as well and offers you an exciting nightlife and dining experience. There are several restaurants and clubs that host incredible events and parties. The vibrant nightlife of the Andaman Islands can be best witnessed in Havelock Island. Entertainment on this island is not too loud and offers a unique experience to everyone. In case you want to experience more than the tranquility of this island, then this is your one-stop destination.

      Top nightlife spots in Havelock Island are mentioned below: 

      • Nemo Cafe
      • Something different—A Beachside Cafe
      • Cicada Lounge Bar and Grill
      • Bonova cafe and pub
      • Full moon cafe
      • Venom Bar

      The best restaurants and food outlets in Havelock Island are as follows:

      • The Nemo Café
      • Sea Dragon Restaurant 
      • Something Different—A Beachside Cafe
      • Dakshin Restaurant 
      • Anju Coco Resto
      • Fat Martin Café
      • Full Moon Café
      • Golden Spoon 
      • Bonova Café 
    • Q11.   Are there any important things to know before travelling to Havelock Island?

      Some important information about Havelock Island is as follows:

      • We recommend you carry cash to the island as ATMs may not be working.
      • You can get basic supplies from the market. Keep a tube of insect and mosquito repellant with you. You can also buy a hammock, beach accessories, artificial jewelry, etc. from the souvenir shops. 
      • Havelock Island is counted among the safest destinations across the whole of India. The Andaman and Nicobar Police (ANP) force is very much efficient in maintaining a favorable law and order. 
      • Do not go for swimming where the beaches are rocky. 
      • Knowing Hindi and English will get you by easily in Havelock Island. People also speak Bengali, Telugu, and Tamil here.
    • Q12.   Which is the best time to visit Havelock Island?

      Havelock Island can be visited at any time of the year as it has a moderate climate. However, the best time to plan a vacation here is between October and May.

    • Q13.   How is the medical infrastructure in Havelock Island?

      For basic treatment facilities and a pharmacy, a government-run Primary Healthcare Center (PHC) is there. Special treatment and emergency cases are transferred to Port Blair Hospital. For emergencies and inter-island transportation, the government-run helicopter is available. The service is used for medical emergencies along with other emergencies such as VIP transportation, local islanders’ transportation, etc.

    • Q14.   Is it true that one can get married underwater in Havelock Island?

      Yes, it is the only place in India where you can have an underwater wedding. Not a very much popular trend in the country yet, but Havelock Island is slowly gaining acceptance as being the destination for underwater weddings. The tiny island is a diver’s paradise and one of the best places in the country for shore diving as well. 

      Havelock Island Beach Resort is your go-to property for an underwater wedding and their in-house diving facilities are totally worth your money. The marine life is extremely rich there. The resort also offers beach wedding services. It has cottoned on to the underwater wedding trend and offers packages as per your requirements that take the stress of planning the details off your hands. There are a lot of things to be kept in mind while making arrangements for your underwater wedding. Thus, hiring the resort’s expert team to make the biggest day of your life even more special would be the best thing to do. You should only focus on enjoying your D-Day!

    • Q15.   How is Havelock Island as a destination for a pre-wedding shoot?

      Capturing memories with their soulmate when they are starting a new journey of their life is what every couple desires to do. But if you want to make this an incredible and once in a lifetime experience for both of you, then go for a pre-wedding shoot in Havelock Island (Swaraj Dweep). Nothing can ever beat the natural splendor of this island that comprises white land and a blue water backdrop. Plan your pre-wedding shoot on the exotic beaches of Havelock Island to have the most fun-filled time of your life. Top choices include Radhanagar Beach, Elephant Beach, and Kalapathar Beach.

      A perfect blend of crystal clear water, scenic beach beauty, and awesome breathtaking views, Havelock Island offers the best location for an amazing photoshoot. No one can resist its dreamy backdrop displaying the beauty of silky white sand and azure waters. It is the best couple-friendly and honeymoon destination in India that is visited by newlyweds before and after getting married to share their love with each other and strengthen the bond even more.