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Little Andaman

Little Andaman is about 120 Km by sea from Port Blair, Little Andaman is the fourth largest of the Andaman Islands with an area of 734.39 square Km” Little Andaman Island is situated to the south of Capital City Port Blair. Little Andaman is one of the explored island as well.

Little Andaman offers the best exposure, even if the season is quite short due to the monsoon which hits the sector from May to August. From November to February some southwest spots, accessible by sea, remain passable. Surfing is fast gaining in popularity in the island as an activity option with small resorts renting out surfboards and arranging for surf camps near Butler Bay beach whose waves make it the best surfing destination in India. Little Andaman has been covered as a prime surfing destination in India in ” The Storm rider Surf Guide, Indonesia and the Indian Ocean”. There is a private agency which runs a Surfing School at Little Andaman.

White Surf Waterfall

There are two waterfalls in the island. White Surf waterfall which is 6.5 kms from Hut Bay Jetty in the midst of the evergreen rainforest is an ideal picnic spot. The waterfall is big and true to its name – Whit Surf. The sight of white foamy water streaming down a small hill is worth watching. The entire place is covered with lush green forests and is ideal for nature lovers. You may also trek to the top of the waterfall which is kind of a pool up on the hill. There are a few small creeks that you would cross when you walk for the waterfall. Whisper Wave Located 25-km from the Hut Bay Jetty.  This waterfall is also in the midst of the jungle. Journey to this waterfall includes 4-km trekking through the forest which involves a trek through the rain forest.

HutBay Beach (The Longest Beach in Andaman & Nicobar Islands)

Hut Bay is the local town of Little Andaman Island and is the gateway to the Little Andaman. All Transportation from other Islands arrives at Hut Bay. Unlike Port Blair this Island has no natural harbour and therefore an artificial breakwater is constructed to provide safe harbour for Ships. This break-water suffered severe damages in the 2004 Earthquake and Tsunami. It takes around 7 to 9 hours by ship from Port Blair to reach Hut Bay harbour.

Krishna Nallah Waterfall

Kalapathar Beach

Red oil palm plantations

Little Andaman is famous for its Red Oil Palm Plantation run by ANIFPDCL, 11-km from the jetty. The plantation is spread over an area of 1,593 hectares. A factory for extraction of palm oil is also run by the ANIFPDCL. Tourist can visit the plantation as well as the factory and see the different stages of oil palm fruit production and oil extraction. This can be visited while traveling between the white surf waterfall and butler bay beach.

Butler Bay Beach (Beast Surfing location in India)

The most famous and beautiful beach on Little Andaman is the Butler Bay Beach. It lies at a distance of 14 kms from the Hut Bay Jetty. Accommodation is offered in the form of small tourist huts right at the sea front lined by coconut plantation. This provides a surreal feel to the whole experience at night when one can listen to the waves crashing right at their feet.

Activities at the island also involve snorkeling, Diving, Swimming, Game Fishing, Coral watching, Sun Basing etc. Though the Northern side of the beach is a popular surfing site, equipment is not available. It is advisable that tourists carry their own surfing equipment if they wish to go surfing in the sea. Boating at the creek near Butler Bay gives a chance to the bird watchers to catch a glimpse of species like Hawabill and Nicobarese pigeon. Butler Bay is also home to some of the rarest marine turtles. There are beaches like Netaji Nagar and Harminder Bay Beach. Netaji Nagar Beach is good for a visit but not for activities like Snorkeling. Too many reasons for which we can claim that these islands are literally untouched by the human hand