Best Travel Agency, Andaman Tourism - Andaman Travel Tree

About us


WE are here to make your travel to Andaman Islands, convenient and well organized like a home away from home. Andaman Travel Tree are a platform of highly talented members having personal experience and knowledge of tourism industry of Andaman and Nicobar Islands.Andaman Travel Tree is the best travel agent in Andaman. We have branches all over the islands place of tourism interest. Whatever be the choice of your travel itinerary, Island Getaway; Honeymoon; Eco-friendly Nature Extravaganza, we have an option for you.

Our tailor made Andaman travel packages offers you an enjoyable and memorable holidaying in Andaman’s. We keep everything crystal clear in terms of services and cost and we do not have anything as such like hidden cost.

We believe in the teamwork and promise to offer quality services, so whenever you think of tour and travels to Andaman you think about us – Andaman Travel Tree. Give us an opportunity to serve you to make your holidays in this ‘Heaven on Earth-Andaman’s’ cherishable of your lifetime.

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Best Time to Visit Andaman

Andaman has a moderate temperature all through the year within the range of 23°C to 31°C. It has a tropical climate. There are no severe climate conditions except for tropical storms and rains in late summers and monsoons. Summers (March to May) are warm but pleasant with sea breeze and have humidity level about 80%. It is suitable for all kinds of tourist activities. Monsoon season is also recommended for visit to Andaman & Nicobar Islands as tourist can have more options both indoors and outdoors. There is no water logging or traffic jams. The lush green vegetation and scenic beauty of the islands are more predominant in monsoon. Monsoons (May to August) and Post Monsoons (September to November) accompany medium to heavy rainfalls. Winters (December to February) are not chilly and ideal for sightseeing.

Best time to visit Andaman is from October to May.

June to September is prone to heavy rains. October to May is ideal for sight-seeing and also to engage in water sports activities.

General Travel Tips For Visitor

  • Treat people with respect and be respectful of other cultures. Be an ethical

  • Learn local taboos to avoid offending people.

  • Be patient. Expect delays and when things run on time be pleasantly surprised.

  • Try to avoid raising your voice in anger.

  • Do not flaunt your relative wealth. ~ Bargain fairly and respectfully.

  • Be careful about talking politics in other countries.

  • Take care when you pay for things.

  • Learn the local tipping custom by reviewing guide books and web sites. Excessive over-tipping can be as harmful as under-tipping

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Best Destinations

Andaman Islands are the best destination for holiday trip with your family, friends and your loved ones. Here you can experience the nature's beauty & Natures Creation's like Beaches, Hills, Natural Rock Bridge, Mangroves, Birds, Sync Island etc. Those places were unimaginable and always memorable. So plan your Next trip to Andaman Islands with Andaman travel tree

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Best Price Guarantee

Andaman Travel Tree offers you the best & affordable price to explore the untouched paradise in Andaman Islands. ATT. offers you a good service during your tour and provides packages within your Budget.

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Super Fast Booking

Andaman Travel Tree has experienced Reservation Team. Once they receive the enquiry from the customer, within a minute they drop you a mail or call on given mail id/number regarding your package requirement, ATT. guarantee for the Super Fast Booking.

About Andaman & Nicobor Island

Located approximately 1200km east of the India mainland, the Andaman & Nicobar Islands have an incomparable natural beauty. The Andaman group of Islands comprise of North, Middle and South Andaman Islands that are separated by narrow waterways. At further south, the territory across Duncan Passage is known as little Andaman, North-East of Port Blair is known as Ritchie’s Archipelago in which lies Havelock Islands boasting of beaches that are rated amongst the best in the world. To the North-East of Ritchie’s Archipelago, there are two islands of volcanic origin- Narcondam abd Barren Islands (India’s only active volcano). The Southern group of islands, Nicobar, is separated from the Andaman Islands by the Ten Degree channel. The southern-most island, Great Nicobar, is the largest group, while the Northern-most, i.e. Car Nicobar is the Administrative Headquarters.

Why Andaman & Nicobar with us

  • ATT’s Customized Tour Package: Hello, now you can plan your trip as per your convenience, in which you can make changes in your tour itinerary and also able to plan how your plan should be and all this things are done on customized package by sending your requirement.

  • What we offer
    • ATT’s Tour Guide
    • Destination Wedding
    • MICE: The term "MICE" in the context of travel is an acronym for meetings, incentives, conferences, and exhibitions. The MICE market refers to a specialized niche of group tourism dedicated to planning, booking, and facilitating conferences, seminars, and other events.
  • Blessed By Nature
    • Almost 86% of the Islands/Islets numbering 572 are covered with forests and endless varieties of flora and fauna, many of which are endemic to these islands. The turquoise blue sea, fairytale-like beaches, profusion of tropical flora and fauna, a vibrant history, multi-ethnic cultural diversity and amiable people create the perfect ambience for discerning tourists with a taste for the exotic locations.
  • Island Handicraft
    • Mostly shell craft items are available all over the islands, including Govt. owned Emporium on competitive prices.


Andaman & Nicobar Islands have many sandy beaches and coral reefs. But only some of these beaches are supervised for safe swimming, snorkeling and diving. Though Andaman water is generally safe for swimming and looks inviting, it also has some potentially dangerous marine animals, which may come in conflict due to mistaken identity such as prey or to defend their territory. Though such incidences are extremely rare, visitors are advised to observe the following precautions for a safe and enriching swimming experience.


  • Find out about safe swimming or diving area from the Tourist Information Center, Local Tour Operators and Forest Department Staff. Do not swim in Protected Areas to avoid dangerous animals

  • Look for the safety sign boards. They help you to identify potential dangers.

  • Ask a lifeguard on duty for some advice on swimming conditions like local currents, tides, visibility, and the presence of dangerous marine creatures etc. Swimming conditions can change quickly, so seek prior advice from a lifeguard before entering in water in an unpatrolled area.

  • Get a friend to swim with you so that you can look out for each other’s safety and get help, if needed. Children should always be supervised by an adult. Avoid swimming in the dark.

  • FRaise your hand up for help if you get into trouble in the water. Stay calm and wave your arm for help. Treat National Parks as they are sanctorum of our precious natural heritage.

  • Obtain permits from the Chief Wildlife Warden for photography / videography / investigation inside a sanctuary or a Marine National Park.

  • While driving, follow the traffic rules, keep left. Carry legal documents like driving license, permit, passport etc.

  • Dispose of the garbage and plastics at proper places/dustbins. Take back only photographs and sweet memories leave behind only footprints and ripples.

  • Obtain transit pass from the Deputy Conservator of Forest, Wildlife Division, Port Blair, to transport any wild animal/trophy, article etc. outside the islands.

  • Foreign nationals are requested to obtain the Restricted Area Permit. Visit only permitted areas.

  • Keep the beaches and the environment clean.

  • Observe decency and decorum in dress.

  • On beach, parents are requested to keep an eye on their kids at all times.

  • Please drink sufficient water to avoid dehydration.


  • Do not dangle your arms or legs in the water during boat rides.

  • Do not swim alone, and don’t swim in unsafe waters during monsoon.

  • Do not swim after consuming liquor.

  • Avoid night swimming or diving.

  • Do not pluck or damage corals.

  • Shiny jewelry or bright colored clothes resembles fins of small fishes and may attract predatory fishes. Avoid such accessory or clothing while swimming.

  • If you have an open wound, please avoid swimming. Many predatory fish are attracted to blood odour.

  • Foreign Nationals should not enter the islands without required permit.

  • Do not enter into restricted/tribal areas.

  • Do not take video film or photographs inside Tribal Reserve areas of the indigenous tribes.

  • Do not take pictures of the Airport, Government Dockyard, Defense Establishments, Naval Wharf, Dhanikhari Dam and Chatham Saw Mill.

  • Do not collect, destroy coral or touch/ break live coral.

  • On beach, parents are requested to keep an eye on their kids at all times.

  • Please do not stand on the coral reef while snorkeling / Scuba Diving.

  • Do not carry sea fans and seashells unless specific permits are obtained from the Fisheries Department.

  • Do not throw garbage and plastic in public places, beaches and into the sea.

  • Do not light fire in Forests and Protected Areas as it not only destroys forests but also damages wildlife habitat.

  • Person who commits breach of any of the conditions of the wildlife protections shall be punishable under law.

  • Do not stay on the beaches or forest during night by putting up tents/hammocks.

  • Corals & Shells, collection of which is prohibited under Wildlife Protection Act, 1972.