Mumbai is a city where over 20 million people dwell, and space is understandably at a premium there. The working class here is commonly played out in what is called multi-level buildings with small rooms that usually accommodate the whole family. Mumbai roads are shockingly congested and poorly maintained so unfortunately, everything you hear about the local trains here is probably true. The working days and weeks are long and busy as most people do not leave the office until well into the night. Having said that Mumbai has its own charm for which people across the globe visit there.
Andaman, on the other hand, nestles in the Bay of Bengal and is known for its heart-stirring views, blue-green crystal clear waters and marine life. It is one of the most beautiful places in India and has become a hot travel destination in the recent years. The Islands have so much to offer – heavenly beaches, beautiful tourist attractions and adventure to the sports lovers. People here live a very simple life, and a good thing about them is that folks are good artisans; they weave baskets and make their pots, tools, and ornaments.
The people out here are fond of beats and rhythm, and water sport is an integral part of their lives. The life in the Andaman Islands is different to what Mumbai people are used to. Peace, ecstasy and calmness, this is what Andaman is all about.
Though Mumbai is a financial hub of India, there are many places where Mumbaikars love to hang out – to name a few among them are Marine Drive, Aksa beach, Bandra stand, Juhu Chowpatty, Madh Island, Powai Lake, and Gorai beach. With all these options within the city one can pick any and head towards them, the only downside of these beaches is they are usually overcrowded and the waters around Mumbai are not so clear for good marine life to prosper. So, if you want to experience something different, that offers an out of the world experience visit the Andaman Islands. These Islands are home to some of the most beautiful beaches on the planet. Serene, peaceful and gorgeous, one will forever be mesmerized by the white powdery beaches these paradisiacal Islands offer.
Radhanagar beach: It lies on the southern coast of Havelock Island and is straight out of a picture postcard. Amidst the shade of a forest, the beach is washed by turquoise waters.
Kalapathar beach: It is yet another beach on the Havelock Island known for the scintillating sunrise over the Bay of Bengal – screened off by a thick forest; it’s a perfect destination for those in search of solitude.
Bharatpur beach: It’s located on the gorgeous Neil Island that’s a true paradise on Earth. If you are a solitude seeker, then aim for this beach, and you will love the experience.
Although Mumbai has several beaches, a lot of people travel from there to Andaman in search of peace and calmness. People from Mumbai love to come here for three nights, five nights, and six nights. It’s also a great resort for Adventure enthusiasts for they can enjoy water activities such as sea walk, scuba diving, snorkeling and more.
Some of the tour packages that are availed by travelers coming from Mumbai to Andaman are as below. Hopefully, these packages gives you and idea about what to choose. However, in case you need to customize any specific package for Andaman Islands then do reach our holiday expert team at firstname.lastname@example.org
Andaman Delight 3 day Trip: It’s a nicely designed three-day long weekend package to Andaman from Mumbai. As you know air connectivity from Mumbai to Port Blair is good, so this can be an ideal three-day package for you. The tour summary is mentioned as below
DAY WISE DETAILS:
Day 1 AIRPORT PICK UP. LATER CORBYN COVE BEACH AND CELLULAR JAIL LIGHT AND SOUND SHOW
Day 2 PORT BLAIR TO HAVELOCK AND RADHANAGAR BEACH
Day 3 ELEPHANT BEACH SNORKELING TRIP AND BOAT RIDE. LATER HAVELOCK ISLAND TO PORT BLAIR
Day 4 AIRPORT DROP
Havelock Neil Escapade: If you want to relax at a place that boasts of beautiful, deserted white sandy beaches, this five night, six days package is for you. This tour takes you to Port Blair, Havelock and Neil Island.
DAY WISE DETAILS:
Day 1 AIRPORT PICK UP + CARBYNS COVE + CELLULAR JAIL LIGHT AND SOUND SHOW
Day 2 PORT BLAIR -> NEIL ISLAND + NEIL BEACHES + SUNSET
Day 3 NEIL -> HAVELOCK ISLAND + RADHANAGAR BEACH
Day 4 DAY AT LEISURE.KEPT FREE TO ENJOY WHITE SAND BEACH RESORTS AND TO DO WATER ACTIVITIES
Day 5 BOAT RIDE TO ELEPHANT BEACH AND SNORKELLING. LATER HAVELOCK -> PORT BLAIR AND SHOPPING TOUR
Day 6 AIRPORT DROP
Jolly Go Neil : Jolly Go Neil is another good tour itinerary for travellers who come from Mumbai for 6 Nights and 7 Days. This tour covers Port Blair, Havelock and Neil Island along with Jolly Bouy which is one of the most unique destinations in the Andaman archipelago.
A Tour Summary for the same is as below:
Day 2 PORT BLAIR TO NEIL ISLAND. LATER BHARATPUR BEACH, LAXMANPUR BEACH AND SUNSET POINT
Day 3 NEIL BEACHES + NEIL TO HAVELOCK ISLAND AND RADHANAGAR BEACH
Day 4 DAY AT LEISURE. KEPT TO FREE BEACH SIDE RESORTS AND TO DO WATER ACTIVITIES
Day 5 BOAT RIDE TO ELEPHANT BEACH AND SNORKELING. LATER HAVELOCK TO PORT BLAIR
Day 6 JOLLY BOUY ISLAND TRIP + WANDOOR BEACH
Day 7 AIRPORT DROP
Andaman is a paradise for seafood lovers! But vegetarians and Jains don’t worry there are plenty of delicious vegetarian dishes and Jain food available here. As people from all over the country have settled in Andaman, you can taste almost all kinds of vegetarian cuisines from North India, South India, Bengal and Maharashtra here.
People come to Andaman from Mumbai in search of tranquillity and rejuvenation. As there is limited internet and mobile connectivity in Andaman, you get enough time off from the busy city life and can take an escapade into the lap of nature.
If you want to know how to reach the Andaman Islands from Mumbai, please refer to our blog How to Reach Andaman From Mumbai by Ship, Train, and Air