Located on Diglipur Island in the Andamans, Ramnagar Beach is a beautiful stretch of palm-fringed sand. Embark on the daily boat cruise from Mayabunder or twice-weekly from Port Blair to enjoy a holiday at Ramnagar Beach.
Ramnagar Beach of Andaman and Nicobar Islands is situated in the northern region at the Diglipur Island and is accessible through water and road. The sandy beach is only 15 kilometers away from Kalighat. The beach is surrounded by palm and coconut trees and other coastal shrubs.
Ramnagar Beach offers a breathtaking view of the serene environment. The beach has tourists flowing in from not only India but from through out the world. The beach which is famous for its widely scattered grains of sand offers the travelers a chance to spend some quality time there and rest on the sandy beach.
The nearby vegetation at Ramnagar Beach in Andaman and Nicobar Islands also comprises of various fauna. If you are a wildlife buff, then do go out for trekking. Moreover, you can also explore the marine life by going for a scuba diving or snorkeling. These two adventurous water sports activities are very famous.
Ramnagar Beach in Andaman and Nicobar Islands is the abode of the turtles. You can also spend a small vacation at the exotic locale while residing at the lodges and guest houses maintained by the government. Moreover, you can also take a sun bath so as to refresh yourself from tiredness.
Ramnagar Beach Andaman and Nicobar Islands can be visited during any time of the year. But if you want to enjoy the panoramic scenery of the spring blossoms, then do visit the magnanimous sandy beach in between the months of December and early April.
These are only some of the many beautiful beaches in the Andaman Islands in India, where you can enjoy an South India Holiday.
The beach offers wholesome of peaceful and quiet, forest walks and easy access to an inshore reef. The water here is nowhere near as clear as at some places in the archipelago. If you are a serious snorkel and a crazy diver, you may be tempted to try for a boat out to volcanic Cinque Island, a couple of hours' towards south.
Snake Island situated nearby is famous for Scuba Diving. Historical remains of sunken ships or Japanese bunkers can be seen here. Currents in the water here are pretty strong and swimming can be dangerous.
One can also try one's hand in fishing. This one sport can be practiced by all.
Before leaving for Andaman & Nicobar, please keep these things in mind -
For Domestic Tourists
Before starting your journey please confirm your to and fro tickets of Flight or Ship.
Entry Formalities Out of the two groups of islands, only the Andaman group is open to tourists. The domestic tourists (Indians Nationals) do not require any permit to visit Andamans. However, visiting tribal areas of Andaman and Nicobar districts is prohibited. Permits to visit the tribal areas can be granted by the Deputy Commissioner, Andamans. District, Port Blair, in special cases only.
For Foreign Tourists
Foreign tourists need a special permit to visit the Andaman Islands (for 30 days extendable by another 15 days) This can be obtained from Indian Missions abroad or the immigration authorities in Bombay, Calcutta, Delhi, Madras or on arrival at Port Blair Airport. C'MORE can also have the permits arranged for you prior to your arrival minimum 3 months in advance Foreign Nationals are not allowed to visit Nicobar Islands. This permit is valid for Port Blair Municipal Area; Havelock Islands; Long; Neil Islands; Mayabunder; Diglipur; Rangat for a period of one month where night halt is permitted. However only a day's visit is allowed to places like Jolly Buoy; South Cinque; Red Skin; Moun Hariet and Madhuban Foreignershaving the required permit can stay over night at the following islands/ places: South Andaman, Middle Andaman and Little Andaman Isl (except tribal reserve) Neill Isl, Havelock Isl, Baratang Isl, North Passage Isl, Long Isl, Diglipur and islands in the Mahatma Gandhi Marine National Park (excluding Boat, Haboday, Twin, Tarmugli, Malay and Pluto Islands)
More great destinations can be found in the Explore Beaches in India page.