Elephant BeachCurrently Open
- Address: Havelock island, South Andaman, India
- Timings: 24-hrs Details
- Ticket Price: Free
- Time Required: 03:00 Hrs
- Tags: Outdoors, Beach, Tourist Center, Family And Kids, Nature, Snorkeling
Elephant Beach - Review
Due to presence of beautiful corals, the Elephant Beach is a preferred destination for seawalking and snorkelling. A beautiful beach having clear blue-green waters, not visiting Elephant beach while on your Havelock vacation is a crime!
Trivia: The shoreline used to be long and wide. However, it was largely swept away by the 2004 tsunami and today, the beach is a fraction of what it used to be.
Elephant Beach Information
- Don’t forget to apply sunscreen.
Elephant Beach Hours
- Snorkelling and seawalking activities take place 9 a.m. onwards.
How To reach Elephant Beach by Public Transport
- Boats take you from Radhanagar Beach to Elephant beach.
- Can be walked down from Radhanagar Beach.
- Auto rickshaw can be hired.
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Things to Know Before Visiting Elephant Beach
95% of people who visit Havelock Island include Elephant Beach in their plan
10 AM - 11 AM
64.53% of people start their Elephant Beach visit around 10 AM - 11 AM
People usually take around 3 Hrs to see Elephant Beach
93.22% of people prefer to travel by car while visiting Elephant Beach
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Elephant Beach, Havelock Island Reviews
One of the most amazing and beautiful beach of the andman and Nicobar Islands. And very popular among all tourist. There are lots of the water sports. It's take around 20 minutes to reach there from Port Blair via boat.very neat and clean water.its raining When I was there that's makes it more amazing and beautiful.you can find the paid clock room, eatables and changing room. Last but not least. It's very amazing beach
Most amazing beach in Havelock!! Reach this beach by taking ferry/boat from Havelock (approx Rs.950 per head). Its one of the cleanest and most turquoise colored beach I have ever seen. Complementary snorkeling (upto level 1) is provided along with boat ride. If paid extra, you would be taken more further in snorkeling where more fishes are seen, along with free photos. Approx 3 hrs time is given to spend at Elephant beach. Other activities include banana boat, jet ski, etc. This beach is absolutely a perfect spot to take pictures.
Another great beach in Havelock. Nice place to take a dip in beach. Water sports are bit costly. Also if you a take a boat ride to this place you will have to shell out 950 rupees and this included complimentary snorkelling which is waste of money. Except this ripping off customers then this is a very nice place. You can reach this place via trekking as well.
One of the beautiful beaches at Havelock Island. Accessible through boat and different water sports are arranged by private vendors. The vendors are accessible at the Havelock port and from there we can book the activities of interest. The is paid locker facilities available here and showers and changing rooms for men and women. There are vendors providing underwater photography for people who does snorkeling around the this place...
An ocean reserve for a variety of creatures. One has to board a motor boat at Havelock to get here. Has activities like snorkeling, scuba dive etc. It's better if activities are planned and paid for on the main land of Havelock with any agency as they are a bit more expensive on the beach. They have eco - changing rooms on the beach but only one shower each so plan accordingly. There are gorgeous drift woods on the beach. We didn't have time to explore the island itself but the areas a bit away from the landing spots were promising. Some tourists decided not to indulge in the sports but lay there on the sands a bit away from the crowd with their sun tan lotions ( a must) and books.