The Andaman is the perfect description of serene beauty, characterized by its white sandy beaches, turquoise waters, and tropical forests. There is no other place in India which you can compromise with the Andamans for a romantic honeymoon trip. The islands make for an extraordinary honeymoon location, not so distinct from any foreign land. Make sure to include these places in your itinerary:

  • Radhanagar Beach- Radhanagar Beach is probably the most romantic beach of the islands, with mesmerizing sunset to give you the perfect beach honeymoon vibe. It is also rated one of the best beaches in Asia.
  • Candlelight dinner- Beach-side candlelight dinner offered in Havelock Island is a guarantee to give you the utter romance while enjoying some lip-smacking delicacies of the islands while you dip your feet in the silky sand, the touch waves, and the cool breeze on your face.
  •  Neil Island- Out of the three stunning beaches, Laxmanpur beach is the most extravagant, renowned for its colorful large-scale view of the sunset.
  • Sitapur Beach- Sitapur Beach in Neil Island is for couples who prefer to witness an early sunrise and start the day with some romance.
  • Bharatpur Beach- Bharatpur Beach in Neil Island offers water sports like scuba diving, snorkeling, and jet ski ride you can enjoy with your partner.
  • Chidiyatapu Beach- Chidiyatapu Beach at Port Blair is called the sunset point with a picturesque view of the setting sun on the horizon.
  • Corbyn’s Cove Beach- Parasailing and Sea-karting are some of the activities to indulge in with your partner to add some adventure to your honeymoon.
  • Ross Island- Ross Island is a historic island that lets you experience the lives of islanders centuries back. Pamper the deers and peacocks wandering around, and spend a romantic day on the small island.
  • Diglipur Island- If you have enough days on your honeymoon trip and can travel far to the northern islands, then you must visit Diglipur Island. Ross and Smith is a twin-island connected by a thin pathway of sand that divides the two in high tide but during low tide, one can walk along the path to the other island.