Radhanagar or 'Beach No. 7' as the locals call it. Radhanagar Beach is stretched over the Havelock Island in the remote Andaman and Nicobar Islands between Thailand and India. It is also counted as one of the most beautiful beaches in the world. This Island attracts a lot of tourists to Andaman every year. The beauty of this place cannot be missed.
Last year the Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi renamed Havelock Island to Swaraj Dweep. But that doesn't stop the travelers from combing its powder sand, picture-calm waters on this isolated coastline. The long stretch of fine white sands gives a picturesque view to the travelers.
To reach this island, you'll first have to reach Port Blair from the airport. From here, take a seaplane or Makruzz (catamaran). Besides this, other government boats connect Havelock and Port Blair.
Despite being the isolated island and far-flung location, there's a lot you can do. The island is a complete package for rainforest treks, fishing, and water sporting. Also for surfing, sunbathing, and kayaking.
Not to mention Scuba diving, which is one of the best ways to connect with the underwater world and colorful coral reefs. If you are a beginner, you can take classes from experienced divers.
You can also explore Kala Pathar beach and Elephant beach to capture some mesmerizing shots and videos. From Kala Pathar, you can hire scooters for 1.8 km trek point to get to the Elephant beach.
To make a home in Andaman and Nicobar Islands for a few days, you can stay at the Barefoot at Havelock- one of the best beach resorts in India. From here, you can visit nearby places like- 'beachside cafe' and 'Full moon cafe' for some pizzas, Indian and Chinese food.