About Havelock Island
Kala Patthar Beach
It is one of the few places that the administration of the Andaman and Nicobar Islands union territory of India has permitted and encouraged development of tourism, with a focus on promoting eco-tourism. Havelock Island avoided much of the devastation by the 2004 Indian Ocean earthquake and its resulting tsunami, and there were no documented casualties. Beach No. 7 on the western coast, better known as "Radha Nagar" Beach, is one of the most popular beaches on Havelock and was named "Best Beach in Asia" by Time Magazine in 2004. Other notable beaches include Elephant Beach on the northwest coast and Vijaynagar Beach (No. 5), Beach No. 3 and Beach No. 1 on the east coast. Kalapathar is another famous beach for a pit stop. One can go snorkeling at Elephant Beach at Havelock Island. It is one of the most preferred snorkeling destinations after Jolly Bouy island in Port Blair. Havelock Island has become a destination for honeymooners. The island has a lot of resorts by the beach to cater to the tourist, one of the most famous being the Symphony Palms Beach Resort located at Govindnagar Beach, Sea Shell Resort and Munjoh Ocean resort.
Coastal Cruise Does not operate from May to August
Express Bhagya - This is the most recent one. It is yet known whether it operates during all seasons.
Sea Walk Activities
Day 2 - Go for snorkeling trip to Elephant beach. At Elephant beach stationed Sea Walk boat is present, you may avail that activity as well. You can also change the trip to both Scuba Diving and Elephant beach trip.
Day 3 - You may go to Kalapathar beach or just spend the day at leisure. Note that you may have to check out your hotel and spend the day outside as the Return ferry from Havelock starts from 3:00 pm onward.
For people extending their trip for more number of days can mix and match the about mentioned tour suggestion to best fit your requirements. Long duration travelers can take certified Scuba diving courses. Fishing trips also takes place around Havelock Island. You may contact local travel agencies to help you with your trip planning.
Make sure you carry sunscreen lotion.
All water activities are subject to weather conditions
Sea walk is closed during Off Season
Scuba Diving is operational all throughout the year.
Elephant Beach snorkeling trips may be closed from June–August
More from Havelock Island
The five villages are Govinda Nagar, Bejoy Nagar, Shyam Nagar, Krishna Nagar and Radha Nagar.
Tourists should be aware, fatal crocodile attacks have occurred on the island. In 2010 an American tourist was taken while snorkeling. Later the crocodile was captured by the Andaman forest department and was sent to a zoo.
Wonderful peace has overwhelmed the spot. There's pin-drop hush for a minute, and there comes a wave, tenderly sprinkling in a wonderful accord, and there's finished quiet again till the following one. This sprinkle is the main thing you can hear on the shoreline. Elephant Beach On Elephant shoreline in Havelock Island, individuals can watch preparing of elephants and elephants swimming in ocean. Individuals can likewise investigate different enterprises exercises like scuba jumping, snorkeling and touring. Elephant Beach is one of those remarkable shorelines on Havelock Island which is untouched by tourism, and you can make a go at snorkeling and see everything from eels to ocean stallions.