Havelock Island Tourism
Named after a British General Henry Havelock, Havelock Island is the largest island of the Ritchie’s Archipelago. With pristine white beaches and diving spots giving divers some of the best views within the sea, the island is a coveted destination for beach-bums, backpackers and romantics.
The islands of Andaman and Nicobar are inhabited by protested tribes. Hence, very few islands are open to tourists. Luckily for us, tourism is encouraged and promoted on Havelock. One of the most eco-tourism encouraging destinations in south India, Havelock has a lot of resorts that cater to every type of visitor and vacationer.
One of the places to visit in Andaman, a trip to Havelock will leave you scuba diving, snorkelling, taking long romantic walks on the serene beaches, sipping coconut water and lying in hammocks which gently sway in the wind. Plan your Havelock travel itinerary today and have a time of your life!
Essential travel information and Havelock Island tips for your visit
- Please don’t litter around.
- Booking a scuba diving or snorkelling session in advance is recommended. During the monsoons, some of the dive centres are closed.
- Don't forget to carry sunscreen lotion!
Climate Index 61.16 (High)
Traffic Commute Time Index 15 (Very Low)
Indices such as Quality of life, Climate & Healthcare index are good to be high whereas others such as Property price, Traffic & Cost of living Index are good to be low.
*Stats and figures mentioned are crowd-sourced and subjected to change without notice.