Welcome to Andaman (Woodland Travels)

Woodland Travels Pvt. Ltd. Welcome you all to Andaman and Nicobar Island- A Peace of Haven where you can experience a combination of beautiful silver sandy beaches with blue sea and precious lush green forest. we strongly believe philosophy "AATHITHI DEVO BHAVA" we respect all our visitor as the God and treat as our personal guest. Our moto is about to assist you all to make your traveling in Andaman island better, safe , easier, comfortable and satisfied. More+


Neil Islands (36 Kms. By Sea from Port Blair)

This beautiful islands with lush green forest and sandy beaches is the vegetable blow of Andamans. Connected by boat from port Blair daily. It provides ideal holiday for eco-friendly touriests. Once can fell the serenity of village life here. The beaches at Lakshmanpur , Bharatpur & sitapur, and natural bridge formation on sea-shore are fascinating. Snorkeling and scuba Diving are activity option.


Havelock Islands (50 kms. by sea from Port Blair via Neil islands 62 kms.)

This islands, with beautyful sandy beaches fringed with green canopy of the rain forest beckons every one to enjoy the fun at the azure sea. Radha nagar Beach, 12 km away from jetty on the on the east side and elephant Beach, ( 10 kms from jetty, including trekking throught the forest ) ont the north western part of the island are other breath-taking beaches.
Havelock is connected by daily speed boat service from Port Blair. Snorkeling and scuba Diving facilities are Avilable .


Radhanagar Beach

Radha Nagar Beach lies on the south cost of Havlock island. It is about 12 kms from the Island ‘s ferry poer. Radha nagar is a Grade A beach of outstanding quality. This beach is also rated as the best beaches in Asia by Time Magazine. It has an overall length of 2 kms and an average width of 30 to 40 meters. The sand is white coral, very fine in grain. The beach has a gentle gradient of around 1:20 and continues out into the sea as a sandy bottom for over 100 meters. South facing, the beach has excellent exposure and is not subject to shading which could reduce its attraction for sun bathing. The rocky outcrops seen at the end of the beach Provide some variety to the littoral. The quality of radha Nagar beach is exceptionally calm and clear. There is very little wave action and consequently almost no turbidly in the water even along the surfline.


Elephant Beach ( Hathi Tapu )

At Havelock is another ideal site for snorkeling , It has a rich coral reef formation and amazine under water marin life. Once can reach elephant Beach in a small cruise boat from havelock jetty in about 40 minutes.


North Passage Island ( 70 Kms. By sea from Port Blair )

This uninhabited island is famous for Merk Bay –a Coral, white sandy, shallow beach suitable for snorkeling, swimming and sun-basking. The sea around the island is famous for playful dolphins. The Island is not connected by regular boat services. Once has to hire boat from long Island suitable for day visit to enjoy the glourious solitude. Accommodation facilities are not available pls pack food and drinking water while visit this island.

Cinque Island

Twenty six Kms. From Port Blair, declared as a sanctuary. This is a enchanting island with rare coral and under-water – marin life, sandy –beach and tropical rain forest. No scheduled ferry service to chique island is available. Chartered boats of permitted category are allowed from Port Blair. One may contact woodland Travels.



Long Island (82 KMS. By Sea from Port Blair)

Connected with Port Blair by boat four a time a week, This island offers an exquisite sandy beach at Lalaji Bay of un-polluted environment and evergreen forest. The sea around the Island is frequented by dolphins. Lalaji Bay beach, 6 kms. Away from the jetty is accessible by 15 minutes journey in dinghies or trekking through forest.


Baratang Island (100 Kms. By road from Port Blair)

This island between south Andaman and Middle Andaman has a beautiful beaches, mangrove creeks, Mud volcanos and limestone- caves. Amdaman Trunk road to Rangat to Mayabunder goes through this island. Limestone – cave can be explore with the permission of forest Department . and proper Woodland local guidance.


Rangat (170 KMS. By road and 90 Kms. By sea from port Blair)

Once can enjoy the quiet village life and solitude of virgin nature in this part of middle Andaman island. you can enjoy. You can also breath unpolluted air, a rare availability for the city dweller. Amkunj Beach and another Beach are Cuthbert bay beach is also a turtle- nesting ground . one can view the nesting of turtle during December – February season.


Mayabunder (242 Kms. By road from Port Blair)

Situated in the North Part of Middle Andaman Island , Mayabunder offers. Excellent scenic, beauty , mangrove creeks and beautiful beaches. Inhabited by the settlers from Burma and East Pakistan. Mayabunder has a distinct culture. Beach at avis island (30 minute boat journey from Mayabunder jetty)


Diglipur ( 325 Kms. By road from Port Blair )

Situated in north Andaman islands. Diglipur provides a rare experience for eco – friendly tourist. It is famous for marin-life. Suddle peak ( 732 meters ), the highest Point in the Andaman. Trekking to saddle peak through the evergreen forest, and sand-bar joining Ross and smith Islands is a fascinating experience.


Little Andaman Islands (120 Kms. By a sea from Port Blair)

Little Andaman island, located south to the south Andaman island. Has various attractions in store for the tourists. There are two waterfalls in the island, both in the midst of the evergreen rain forest. White surf waterfalls is 6.5 kms . from the hut bay jetty. Once can enjoy Elephant safari through the forest. The other waterfall “ Whisper wave is 20 kms, away from here. Journey to wishper wave includes 4 Kms, trekking through the forest. Butler Bay, a beautiful Beach, is 14 Kms from Hut Bay jetty. The Beach is suitable for basking, snorkeling and surfing. The journey take 7 to 9 hours.


Barren Islands (139 Kms. By sea from port Blair)

The only active volcano in India is located in Barren Island. The Volcano erupted twice in recent Past. Once in 1991 and again in 1994-95, after remaining dormant for about 177 years. This island is about 3 Kms. In diameter, and has a big crater of the volcano, about half Kilometer away from the shore. The Island can be visited by charted boats only with the permission of Forest Department. Foreifner are restricted to on-board vessels and landing ashore is not allowed.



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