Radhanagar Beach is one of the two popular beaches located at Havelock Island in Andaman and Nicobar Islands. The other one is Vijaynagar Island. The serene beach which is far away from the polluted cities and towns has a majestic spell that attracts tourists to its beauty.Radhanagar Beach of Andaman and Nicobar Islands is situated at a place which is 7 kilometers away from Dolphin Yatri Niwas at Havelock Island. The beach is the favorite among all nature lovers who love to explore the nature of different places. Radhanagar Beach offers a wide range of fauna and flora for one to explore.
Bestowed with the precious award of ‘Asia’s best beach’ by TIME Magazine, Radha Nagar Beach situated 12kms from Havelock’s ferry pier is undoubtedly one of the beat beaches of Andaman Islands. Fine white sand, turquoise blue waters and a lot of peace and serenity are the hallmark of this beautiful landmass. The water at the beach is of exceptional quality as there is almost not turbidity and wave action. It is not a huge island to explore. An overall length of 2 kms and width of 30-40 meters is all that it extends to.
The main attraction of the Radhanagar Beach in Andaman and Nicobar Islands is its calm and clean surrounding which offers you a soothing sensation and relieves you of all the worldly worries. The beach is also a favorite hangout of love birds as the place has nothing to hinder their privacy.
At Radhanagar Beach, you will love to spend some time swimming. You can also try your luck in fishing as the sea water is an abode to various species of fish. And if you are a sports lover, then try out some water sports at Radhanagar Beach.
But if you are at Radhanagar Beach just for relaxation, then do try out for a session of sun bath. People from all across the globe visit this beach.
Though you can visit Radhanagar Beach at Andaman and Nicobar Islands during any time of the year, you can enjoy the real beauty of the nature in between March and April when the spring is in full bloom. During this period, you can explore the natural flora of the island.