Best Time to Visit

Best Time to Visit Andaman- Your Ultimate Andaman Tourism guide

Andaman and Nicobar Islands are one of the most highly visited tourist spots, especially from the neighboring countries.

Andaman and Nicobar Islands hosts all sorts of tourist throughout the year because of the picturesque beauty of the beaches and the tranquillity of the breezy islands.

Also read : Best time to visit Phuket.

Its Tropical weather is the perfect therapy of rejuvenation and makes it the ultimate spot to decompress all the stress.

It has tropical weather which fluctuates with slightest of difference all year round. With this ultimate tourism guide, let us help you find the best time to visit Andaman and Nicobar Islands.

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Best time to visit Andaman

To witness this pristine tourist spot at its prime one should visit the place in the Summer Season (Jan-April).

Andaman is the much-coveted destination which has white sandy shores and placid blue beaches along the coastline of Bay of Bengal. The island faces two prominent seasons namely Monsoon and Summer due to its tropical nature.

Winters don’t make the cut to this island due to the same stated reason. So, if you are looking for a destination which unravels relaxation and isn’t too hot or humid then this is the place to be.

Andaman Sea

Weather Throughout The Year At A Glance


With absolute zilch rainfall traces, summers are the ideal month to visit this dreamy destination.

Summer months for this island commences from January and last till the end of the April month. The summers bring out the brightest of hues of the beaches.

The weather allows you comfortable sightseeing and gives you the leeway to try all sorts of adventure activities especially water sports like snorkeling, scuba diving, etc. The temperature ranges from somewhere between 25 degrees Celsius to 32 degrees Celsius.

The festival season is also high on festive spirits like the Island Tourism festival. It is the festival about the tradition of the country.  Then another festival is the Subhash Mela which is done to celebrate the birthdate of Mr. Subhash Chandra Bose.


Fun fact about this place is that Andaman faces rainfall twice from the monsoon in the same year which is from the southeastern as well as the north-eastern monsoon.

The respective months for the same are November to January and from May to September. The average temperature ranges from 22 degrees to 30 degrees Celsius.

Due to the heavy rainfall, the influx of tourists reduces during monsoon. Water sports and other activities are also put at a halt due to high tidal levels.

Though this isn’t the ideal time to visit Andaman at it’s undoubtedly the perfect timings if you are seeking solitude.

One gets to witness the culture, their traditional ways and most importantly the essence of the country without the mayhem of commercialization. But if you are visiting during the monsoon, make sure you are carrying all the essential monsoon must-haves like a raincoat, waterproof covers and phone cases for your phone and all the other treasured possessions.

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