The Andaman and Nicobar Islands are blessed with the magnanimous presence of many marvelous hillock which are perfectly good for trekking. Trekking is one of the most sought-after adventure sport in the Andaman and Nicobar islands. It is also called as 'backpacking' or 'bushwalking' or 'stramping'.
Best Time to Trek in Andaman and Nicobar Islands is from the month of November to the month of April. The peak season to visit this place is December and January.
The rocky stretch of terrain that extends from the magniloquent hammock known as Mount Harriet to Madhuban. This sprawling plot of land is covered in Captivating woodlands which house a variety of wild creatures and exotic plant species. Start from Mount Harriet to Madhuban by trekking through the jungle approximately covering 16 Kms. Exotic endemic birds, butterflies are interesting sights of this wilderness trek.
For adventure lovers Chidia Tapu has a little more to offer. A trekking trail, which passes through forest and beautiful coast line to reach the Kala Pahad(Black Mountain). The trail starts at the shore of Chidiya Tapu beach and moves up passing through dense forest. It’s advisable to take a guide or travel in groups to reach the Kala Pahad. Upon reaching Kala Pahad, an elongated black cliff at the edge of Chidia Tapu with an open sea scape is an amazing site, which most travelers visiting these islands miss.
Trek through wilderness of Havelock and find your ways to the mangroves. Pass through mangrove mesh to reach the Elephant beach. Beautiful coast line and cool breeze accompanies you during your journey. Approximate time - 45 minutes .
The journey to the cave after passing through mangrove forest is a lifetime experience for some. Pass through walkways made by cutting through dense forest and large stones. Approximate Time : 15 - 20 minutes.
Mystical caves & majestic interconnections: A connected and separated chain of 22 caves, they are amongst the least explored and understood places, yet indeed they are among the most beautiful places on earth.
A range of lush ever green forest territory with 13 indigenous birds species, 36 indigenous species of insects, and 6 species of indigenous trees., This location is a rich bio- diverse nature paradise. Saddle peak is popular for trekking and has nature trails through the evergreen rain forest. Although only being 732 meters above sea level, it is the highest point on the islands. Kalpong is the only river of Andaman islands which flows through it, and it has the very first hydroelectric project of the islands.
You will have to contact local guides who will help you trek to Saddle Peak and Raman Alfred Caves. You can also drop us an email at firstname.lastname@example.org in case you wish to take any of the guided tour for trekking.