Ross Island

Visiting Ross Island feels

Visiting Ross Island feels like discovering a jungle-clad Lost City, la Angkor Wat, where the ruins happen to be Victorian English rather than ancient Khmer.The former administrative

Neil Island

If you really want to slow down

If you really want to slow down, and are looking for peace, isolation and near-deserted beaches without being a castaway, Neil Island, 40km northeast of Port Blair,

Havelock Island

With one of the Andaman's most

With one of the Andaman's most dazzling beaches and plenty of cheap bamboo-hut accommodation, Havelock is the island of choice for travellers

Diglipur & Around

Diglipur, three hours by road north

Diglipur, three hours by road north of Mayabunder, is the main town of North Andaman and as far north as you can get in the island chain.


The mangroves form an important part of the ecosystem in the Andaman Islands. This unique ecosystem found in the intricate mesh of mangrove roots offers a quiet, safe and secure ground for a variety of marine organisms. Acting as both a nursery as well as a breeding ground, the mangroves host a large number of life forms such as shrimps, algae, barnacles, oysters, sponges, mud lobsters and mangrove crabs to name a few.

Experience the perfect calm and the astounding silence with a kayaking trip through the mangrove treasures of Havelock Island. It is serene, picturesque and a great work out too!

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Through Andaman Trips, you can now take splendid kayaking trips. Choose from a range of available trips and services listed below

  • Take a guided kayaking trip with your family or loved one. The quiet of the mangroves will refresh you. A wonderful excursion for a few hours and a romantic journey in the early evening.
  • Choose between comfortable single seater or double seater sea kayaks so you have help paddling if you don't want to do all the work yourself.
  • Hire a kayaking guide to show you the basics as well as point out interesting organisms along the way.
  • Kayak through the calm mangrove creek in Havelock from Village No.6 to the Jetty located at No.1 Beach.
  • Venture out into the ocean in comfortable sea kayaks and take fun kayaking tours from the Jetty in Havelock to Peel Island or Lighthouse.
  • Hire a kayak for the day and set off exploring at your own pace.

Providing a buffer zone between the land and the sea, this interesting ecosystem plays an invaluable role as nature's shield against cyclones, ecological disasters and as protector of shorelines. Above all, mangroves are now looked at by scientists as saviours in the today's scenario of global warming.

Kayaking in the mangrove creeks in dependant on the tide table for the day and it is hence highly recommended to book this ahead of arrival. Fun, refreshing, adventurous, calming and serene are the words that come to mind that aptly describe this activity.