Sunny skies, golden beaches, turquoise waters, and untouched environs make Andaman islands your perfect go-to destination. But it isn’t just the beauty of India’s very own archipelago of 572 islands that makes Andaman and Nicobar Islands an ideal getaway. Your things to do in Andaman list Will find no stopping your wanderlust soul meets the adventure and water activities, activities for the nature lovers, and sightseeing tours here that one can opt for here. Have a look at some of the best things to do in Andaman.

Some Must Do things in Andamans

Things to Remember While in Andamans

  1. If you are visiting Andaman, it would be a sin to return without taking a dip into the cool blue sea. So, don’t forget to pack your swimwear as these are really important for you to bring along.
  2. Shorts, t-shirts, light cotton clothes would be your best friend and bet to keep you dry and comfortable from the warm humid climate.
  3. The tropical sun in Andaman is sharp and the salt in the air could add to burning of skin. Carrying a waterproof sunscreen (SPF 30 or above) for lasting results is highly recommended.
  4. A mosquito repellent is highly advisable to have as the climate in the Andaman islands being tropical, serves as the perfect home for mosquitos. We all hate them, so, best be prepared.

Things You Will Need in Andamans

A GoPro is a must, especially if you want to capture the underwater world which you are planning to explore during scuba diving or snorkelling. Believe us, that would be the single best decision you would make during your Andamans trip.

We also have Hero7, if Hero8 looks like out of budget. Click here to see the prices.


If Neil Island is in your itinerary, you need to carry a Telescope with you to witness the starry skies, which is of bluish hue there. Watching those stars, planets, clusters and nebulas in the golden beaches of Neil Island away from the civilization will be an experience you would never forget.

While telescopes are meant for moon and stars, binoculars are versatile. Use them to see the birds during the day and watch the millions of stars during the night. Everything else is self-explanatory.

Though, Aculons are the best equipment out there, we also have Olympus and Quechua if you fancy one of them.

We travel for few days and relive the memory for many years. The turquoise blue waters of Andamans and the greeneries of the islands needs to be relieved again and again.  So, carry along a good DSLR, take a lot of pictures and relieve those memories forever.

A flashlight is a must for unexpected power cuts and dark walks on the beach as most hotels in the Andaman don’t provide them. So, it’s best if you have one.

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