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Havelock Island


Map of Havelock

Where is Havelock?


Havelock is situated around 42 Kms north east of Port Blair. The island was named after British General Sir Henry Havelock. This island is the most sought after tourist destination in Andaman. The administration has encouraged tourism in this island with the main focus on eco tourism. The total population of around 8000 people are spread across six villages in Havelock.


How to reach Havelock? 

Havelock is connected with Port Blair via sea route. There are Government ferries and private cruises for Havelock from Port Blair. The government ferry is basically for the native islanders and the luxury cruises are for the tourists. Presently there are three luxury cruises operating for Havelock: Makruzz, Makruzz gold and Green Ocean.


                Makruzz and Makruzz Gold in Andaman         Green Ocean Sea Ways in Andaman         Coastal Cruise in Andaman



Where to stay in Havelock?

  Havelock has accomodation options for all types of budgets. Although a little expensive because of its remote location. 



What to do in Havelock? 

Apart from the breath taking beaches and the natural beauty, Havelock Island offers a lot of adventure sport activities. These unique activities are once in a life time achievement for most of the tourists.

                Scuba diving in Havelock Island Andaman          Sea walk in Havelock Island Andaman            Spors fishing in Havelock



Eat and drink in Havelock?


Havelock has many restaurants and bars serving the authentic Sea food and all types of cuisine. The bar timings are upto 11 pm.
               Big Bite Restaurant in Havelock Andaman          Anju COCO Havelock Island Andaman          Symphony palms Havelock


Havelock Packages


Havelock is connected by daily speed boat and cruise services from Port Blair. The main attraction of Havelock, Radha Nagar Beach lies on the south coast of Havelock Island. It is about 12 kilometers from the Islands ferry pier. Radha Nagar is a Grade A beach of outstanding quality. This beach is also rated as the best beach in Asia by TIME Magazine. It has an overall length of two kilometers and an average width of 30 to 40 meters. The sand is white and 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.