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  • A four week long curfew on the islands

    Updated: 26 May 2021

    There is an ongoing four-week long curfew on the island owing to rising COVID-19 cases.

  • Tourist attractions closed till further notice

    Updated: 29 May 2021

     Tourist attractions attracting large gatherings closed till further notice.

  • RT PCR report on arrival

    Updated: 29 May 2021

    A negative RT PCR report has to be presented by all passengers on arrival.

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  • All passengers will be required to go through thermal screening.
  • All incoming passengers have to carry the RT-PCR negative test report issued from an ICMR approved lab. The test should have been taken within 48 hours. RT-PCR timeline begins from the swab collection time. Any passenger without it will be sent back to the origin. Also, handwritten reports are not acceptable.
  • Along with having the negative RT-PCR report, all incoming passengers will undergo Rapid Antigen Test (RAT) upon arrival at designated testing centers that are located within two kilometers of Veer Savarkar International Airport, Port Blair.
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  • Activities attracting huge crowds such as the Light and Sound Show at Netaji Subhash Chandra Bose Island and National Memorial Cellular Jail, water sports, beaches, and other such activities have been suspended across all three districts for another four weeks starting from May 20, 2021.
  • A new standard operating procedure for adventure water sports has been issued.
  • Travelling to North and Middle Andaman Islands, Nicobar group of islands, and Little Andaman Island is not allowed for tourism purposes as of now.
  • The ongoing night curfew has been extended by one hour from 9 pm to 5 am.
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  • Even if the test of the result conducted on arrival is negative, all passengers still have to home quarantine for a week.
  • Any passenger with a positive test result will be sent for institutional quarantine for further treatment.
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  • Regular flights to Port Blair (the capital of the Andaman and Nicobar Islands) are operational now.
  • There are direct flights from Chennai, Kolkata, Bangalore, and Delhi.
  • Public transports like cabs, taxis, and bus services are also functional.
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Travellers should carefully follow social distancing norms and wear masks as well. Also, before making any booking, they should refer to the latest travel news on the government website of the Andaman and Nicobar Islands.

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Radhanagar Beach

It is one of the best beaches located at Havelock Island (SwarajDweep) in Andaman & Nicobar Islands. Known for its pristine white sand, turquoise water, and palm trees around; it is one of the most visited beaches here. Awarded with Travellers’ Choice 2020 Best of the Best by TripAdvisor, Radhanagar Beach ranked number 1 amongst top 25 Beaches of Asia.

Things to do at Radhanagar Beach

  • Swimming – One can enjoy swimming in the crystal-clear blue waters here. The facility of shower rooms and beach bed is available here for the convenience of tourists. Though, remember, it is not permitted to swim here after 5 PM.
  • Photography – Radhanagar Beach can definitely add to the background for those in love for photography. With white sand, clear blue water, and greenery around; it won’t be wrong to call it a nature lover’s paradise. Most important, while here do not miss to witness the sunset. In fact, you all photographers should definitely capture it in your lenses & add to your memories.
  • Neil’s Cove – It can be easily accessed from the Radhanagar Beach on foot. This salt water lagoon is really a beautiful place to capture the nature’s beauty or let it work as a background for you… One can stroll around and appreciate the surroundings. Salt-water crocodiles frequently visit the place, so no one is allowed to step into the water.
  • Relax & Rejuvenate – This beautiful beach is said to be a great place to witness a mesmerizing sunset and enjoy leisure walk on its silver sand while appreciating the surrounding nature. To witness the more rustic side, it is advised that one should try and visit here during early morning. At this point, one can relax & rejuvenate by indulging in meditation or yoga.


If you are wondering where to stay while visiting Radhanagar Beach, then don’t worry at all. There numerous options available near beach ranging from budget-friendly to luxurious. TSG Blue Resort, Dreamland Resort, Barefoot at Havelock, and Taj Exotica Resort & Spa, Andamans are some of these.

How to Reach

Radhanagar Beach is nearly 10 kilometres away from Havelock Jetty (the arriving point of Havelock Island). From here there are various means to reach the beach. One can either take a bus, hire a rickshaw, or a cab. Apart from this, one can rent a scooter or bicycle to reach the beach.

Best Time to Visit

Anytime of the year is good to visit Radhanagar Beach. Most travellers prefer visiting this beautiful beach in between December-February. This is because during these months temperature generally ranges between 19°C to 26°C. One should avoid visiting here in the months of June & July (Rainy Season).


Bestowed with the title of Best Beach of Asia in 2004 by the TIME magazine, the crescent-shaped Radhanagar Beach lies blissfully tucked on the western coast in Havelock Island. Known for its breathtaking sunrises, picturesque sunsets, white stretch of sand against the backdrop of turquoise waters, and towering mahua trees make it one of the most popular beaches in Andaman. Locally known as Beach No. 7, Radhanagar beach, with its spell-binding landscape, looks straight out of the postcard. In first glance, all one can see from a distance is a reflection of trees all around the shoreline. Then as you get closer to it, the glory of the Radhanagar beach sweeps you off your feet and leaves you in total awe! It is needless to say that the beach ticks every check to make the perfect beach, and to call your trip to Andamans incomplete, without a visit to Radhanagar beach is not an exaggeration. 

The beach, dotted with palm trees and a shoreline that stretches out for as far as your eyes can see, is a prime tourist hotspot and offers them the ambience to truly unwind amidst nature. The beach tends to experience a hot climate all year-round owing to its close proximity to the equator. Winters are pleasant in Andamans and provide slight relief from the humidity, so tourists generally swarm here from October to February. A multitude of huts, benches and wooden chairs are conveniently placed on the beach, along with beach beds and shower rooms, to grant maximum comfort to the visitors. Traverse new waters while you are here literally, swim along, walk barefoot while relishing the feeling of ocean waves brushing past your feet and capture some of the best Insta worthy pictures. The beach truly opens up a world of absolute serenity for the travellers while also feasting on luscious meals from cafes selling all kinds of cuisines extending from local to global.

How to reach

Radhanagar Beach is roughly 72 kilometres from Port Blair and almost 11 kilometres from Havelock Jetty. Located on the western coast of the island, one can either hire a rickshaw/cab to the beach or merely rent out a two-wheeler from the jetty. The road is straight and navigable. A 30-minute drive through a scenic landscape, and lo and behold, you have arrived at the Beach No. 7 aka Radhanagar Beach. Though public buses and shared jeeps also frequent the route, the schedule is predetermined. The beach tends to buzz with thronging visitors, mostly around late mornings and afternoons, making early mornings the best time to visit.


With a distinctive sort of bloom each season, Havelock Island has a new avatar to flaunt around the year. While summers are ideal for aqua-adventure and stargazing, monsoons paint the sky in vivid colours. Radhanagar beach is one such place that can host most romantic honeymoons as well as family picnics with equal grace. One of the perks of this beach is that you can carry food and drinking water with you inside the gates. This setting can any day effortlessly turn into an easy-peasy picnic, just like that. With recent surveillance of the forest department and lesser spottings of crocodiles in the area, the beach is both enjoyable and safe. At time elephants can be found strolling on the beach, so make sure that you and your cameras are ready. The tranquil water, along with its resident turtles, fishes, draws many divers every year. And to top it all, Radhanagar beach resorts are some of the daintiest stay options on the island. With top-notch amenities, these resorts are sure to entice you into spending some days here. 

Wondering what to do on Radhanagar Beach? 

  1. The crystal clear water at the beach makes it ideal for swimming. The waves are medium till the evening, post which tides turn high and swimming remains prohibited. In cases of unforeseen emergencies, lifeguards are stationed at the beach during the opening hours to ensure the safety of the visitors.
  2. Enveloped by rainforests on one side and the vast ocean on the other, the adjacent region of the beach is perfect for a little hike in the evening. A small trek of roughly 1.3 kilometres through the beach leads to the Neil’s Cove, a gorgeous lagoon with freshwater streams. 
  3. ‍The Resorts grants an exciting opportunity for a staycation in Radhanagar Beach. The resorts lies blissfully inside a forest, aiming at experiential living devoid of any urban distractions such as TV or Wifi. Are you planning on doing a digital detox? You are looking in the right direction.

Closing statement

Imagine walking on a beach, with velvety sand rushing beneath your feet, towards the sea, and gentle blue waves grazing against the shore while the sea breeze brushes past you. Luring photographers and travel enthusiasts from all across the globe, Radhanagar Beach is everything you want it to be, something straight out of a dream! Despite its massive popularity among the travellers as well as locals, Radhanagar Beach is hardly ever jam-packed, making it one of the must-visit spots in any Andaman itinerary. 

  • Getting There: The most convenient way to reach the Radhanagar Beach is via hiring a rickshaw/cab or renting a two-wheeler from the Havelock Jetty. Note that there is no entry fee to visit the beach.
  • What to do: Swimming, Hiking, Neil’s Cove, Staycation, Watching Sunsets
  • What not to miss: The surreal landscape that bagged the repute of Asia’s Best Beach by TIMES Magazine in 2004.
  • Best time to visit: The beach is open for tourists throughout the year, but the months between October to February are the best time to visit. Owing to thunderstorms and heavy rainfall, tourists must avoid the monsoon season to prevent any hindrance to their travel plans. 
  • What to carry: Carry drinking water, snacks, sunglasses, cap/hat, flip flops, swimwear to enjoy beach time and don’t forget your camera while you are at it! 
  • Nearby Attractions: Neil’s Cove, Elephant Beach, Kalapathar Beach

Essential Info

Medical Facilities on Radhanagar Beach- There is a government hospital near the market where the road bifurcates to Radhanagar beach and Kala Patthar beach at Havelock Island. 

Timings- Radhanagar Beach can be visited anytime between Sunrise to sunset. 
Mobile Connectivity- The internet and mobile network are grim in Havelock Islands, including Radhanagar beach.

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