80 Things to Do in Andaman Islands with Family

Things to Do in Andaman

Hello friends, today I am writing my 6th post on Andaman (thanks to #BlogchatterA2Z). And, this is also going to be the last one for this month. In my previous 5 posts, I have shared about all the places that we visited in North, Middle and South Andaman. I tried to share the maximum information to help you plan your trips better. And, in today’s post, I will be sharing 80 fun things to do in Andaman with family.

I have noticed that not many articles talk about traveling with kids especially in India. And, I really don’t understand why? I mean parents also deserve to travel, enjoy, and explore places, isn’t? Ok, I know many of you will say that it’s not easy to travel with kids. But, you can always plan kid-friendly holidays!

Let’s look at it this way, I had a difficult pregnancy & the labor was quite painful. It was not easy. The first 6 months were horrendous, I suffered from postpartum depression, it was not easy. It was not easy to keep a watch on a toddler who had just started walking. And, it was not at all easy to settle my son in a playschool. I had to sit outside his class for a whole month. I don’t even want to mention toddler tantrums. Nothing is easy!

It may be difficult to travel with kids because there are not enough means to make them comfortable. When a baby cries on a plane, parents are frowned upon by fellow passengers as if they have never seen a crying baby. One of my old colleagues (she was not a parent then) told me that parents should give some kind of medicine to their cranky kids so that they doze off during the flight.

This was the most disgusting advice I got on parenting. I have just one thing to say to such people. If you get so uncomfortable with kids around, you should consider booking a private jet for yourself or else, consider staying at home!

Well, I don’t want to divert from the topic but I really wish that parents ditch this thinking. If you really enjoy traveling or going on vacations or adventure holidays, you should keep doing that. Being a parent should not stop you from doing what you love!

Traveling is a therapy for the mind, body, and soul. And it works the same with everyone & benefits every age group!

Ok, coming back to the topic. In my previous posts, I have shared about the places that we visited & the things we did when we were in Andaman. But that’s not all about it. There’s a whole lot of fun things to do in Andaman. And, I am writing down all those things below. I am not going into details but I will leave the source links below since this list is experience plus research based.

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80 Fun Things to Do in Andaman

1- Explore South, Middle & North Andaman. Check out the 10D/9N Andaman Itinerary.

2- Port Blair City Tour

3- Attend Beach Festival at Corbyn Cove Beach

4- Sunset at Munda Pahar Beach

5- Take a cruise to Havelock/Neil Island

6- Play with waves at Radhanagar Beach

7- Take a bus ride in Havelock Island

8- Trek to the Elephant Beach with family

9- Try Adventure Activities

10- Sea Walk at Elephant Beach

11- Eat Sambhar Rice with the Locals

12- Shop at Port Blair Market

13- Attend the Light & Sound Show at Cellular Jail

14- Visit the ruins at Viper Island

15- Take a Journey to the Limestone Caves at Baratang

16- Know about Jarwah Tribe

17- Take a Vehicle Ferry to cross a Strait

18- Enjoy the Speed Boat Ride

19- Take a Boat through the Mangrove Creeks

20- Snorkeling at Elephant Beach

21- Swim at Amkunj Beach

22- Take the Dhani Nallah Mangrove Nature Walkway

23- Enjoy the scenery at Dhani Nallah Beach

24- Visit Turtle Nesting Grounds

25- Stay overnight at Rangat/Mayabunder

26- Experience the Village life at Diglipur

27- Visit the Mud Volcanoes

28- Trek to the highest peak in the Andaman – Saddle Peak

29- Explore the Alfred Caves in North Andaman

30- Watch the sunrise at the beach

31- Visit the Best Beach in Andaman – Radhanagar Beach

32- Take a Boat to Ross & Smith Islands

33- Walk on the sandbar connecting Twin Islands

34- Visit Neil Island

35- Explore Kalapathar Beach

36- Go Scuba Diving

37- Take a Glass Bottom Boat Ride

38- Watch the turtles at Smith Island

39- Walk down the corridor at Cellular Jail

40- Try water sports at Jolly Bouy Island

Things to Do in Andaman

41- Explore an old British Church at Ross Island

42- Boat ride to Viper Island

43- Swim with the fishes at North Bay

44- Take a semi-submarine ride – Coral Safari

45- Trek to Munda Pahar

46- Relax & Unwind on Smith Island

47- Take a long walk on the beach

48- Stay near the beach in a Beach Resort

49- Watch the Turtles at night on Kalipur Beach

50- Go Fishing

51- Play Beach VolleyBall

52- Walk at Marina Park

53- Take an Island Hopping Tour

54- Book a private cruise

55- Click some Instagrammable pictures

56- Take Ferry Rides

57- Book a Seaplane/Helicopter ride

58- Interact with the locals

59- Go on a jungle ride through Jarwah Reserve Forest

60- Show your kids the beauty of India

61- Take an overnight cruise

62- Try the local food

63- Visit the Long Island

64- Relax in an eco-hut at the beachside

65- Trek to the Kalipur Beach at night

66- Relax under the Mohwa trees at Radhanagar Beach

67- Hire a scooter to explore new places

68- Try oranges at Diglipur

69- Stay at a government resort

70- Don’t miss the sunrise at the beach

71- Have lunch at The Mohwa (restaurant at Radhanagar Beach)

72- Visit Parrot Island at Baratang

73- Visit the waterfall at Long Island

74- Bird watching at Chidiyatapu

75- If you want to know the History of Andaman & Nicobar Islands, then you can’t miss the museums in Port Blair

76- Witness Bioluminescence at Havelock Island

77- Ride a banana boat at Elephant Beach

78- Go Dolphin watching in Lalji Bay

79- Visit the only active volcano of Andaman in Barren Island

80- Do check out water sport activities at Rajiv Gandhi Water Sports Complex

So, that’s the list of all the things to do in Andaman. If I missed something, do mention that below and I will update the list. Hope you liked the post. Don’t forget to share it!

Today is Day 6 of #BlogchatterA2Z and the letter of the day is ‘F’. My theme for the challenge is ‘Traveling with kids’ & I have chosen F for Family. 

Below are the reference links if you want to get details to any of these activities.
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    Noor Anand Chawla April 6, 2019 at 10:47 pm - Reply

    I did a double take at your title- 80 things!! Wow! That’s awesome. Saving your post for sure.
    I also want to say, I love traveling with my son. We’ve taken him on vacations since he was 2 months old and in fact we are traveling with him right now. There’s nothing like travel to educate, sensitise and encourage independent thought. So glad I’ve connected with you on this platform!

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      Neha Sharma April 7, 2019 at 10:25 am - Reply

      Absolutely agree with you, Noor. Travel teaches a lot which one can not learn in a classroom. And, glad to know that you love traveling with your son. Thank you, Noor!

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    Vidhya April 7, 2019 at 12:58 am - Reply

    Woow a wonderful post! Loved it

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      Neha Sharma April 7, 2019 at 10:23 am - Reply

      Thanks, Vidhya!

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    Sonia Chatterjee April 7, 2019 at 10:13 am - Reply

    I completely agree with you about very few articles talking about traveling with kids. It is as if you should enjoy only they are grown up enough. I loved your entire weeks posts and looking forward to reading more posts next week.

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      Neha Sharma April 7, 2019 at 10:22 am - Reply

      Thank you so much, Sonia. Even I am loving your series on school admissions.

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    Trapti April 7, 2019 at 9:44 pm - Reply

    Yes you are right, parents are also deserve to travel and enjoy with their kids😊

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      Neha Sharma April 8, 2019 at 12:01 am - Reply

      Thanks Trapti 🙂

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    RailRecipe March 16, 2020 at 1:18 pm - Reply

    Oh my god! A lot of things to do in Andman Island. I thought that as a visitors at Andman we will see only the nature, sea beaches and spent some time in peaceful healthy environment.
    Thank you for sharing above valuable information.

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      Neha Sharma March 17, 2020 at 7:13 pm - Reply

      I am glad you find the information valuable, thanks for visiting our blog.

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    Railmitra May 24, 2020 at 11:31 am - Reply

    Its very informetic. Thanks

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