Andaman Weather and Temperature Guide - 2023
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Andaman and Nicobar Islands Weather

Whether you wish to escape the cold winters or sultry summer heat, Andaman weather is mild enough to grant you the respite. Since Andaman is a tropical haven, weather conditions are not extreme. If you wish to make the most of your Andaman trip, your best bet is the summer season, when the warm breeze breathes life into the entire island.

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Summer is also the season when tourism booms drastically, with countless beach bums flocking from all over the world! The gentle Andaman temperature also affords you the perfect opportunity you dip your feet, literally, into the endless world of water sports like snorkelling, scuba diving, parasailing, surfing and jet skiing.

However, if you’re an explorer, a seeker of unexplored trails, you might want to consider winters for your Andaman trip. The temperatures in winter, like summer, aren’t extreme, but mild and soothing enough for you to enjoy your stay. Water sports and cruise rides operate even during winters. The only difference is that winters may not see as many tourists as the summer season. 
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Although, if you prefer solitude and peace, choose winter over summer. Monsoons in Andaman are quite tricky. With heavy rainfall every year coupled with the fickle weather, Andaman is best avoided during monsoons.

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Andaman's Weather in Winter

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Considering the fact that Andaman is a tropical island, it experiences only two seasons throughout the year - summer and monsoon. The island does not have winters at all. Starting from October to March, the weather is quite cool and pleasant, with the daytime temperate falling roughly between 25 to 30 degrees Celsius, dropping down to about 20 to 22 degrees in the night.

Even though this period is deemed to be “winter”, there’s no winter chill in the air which you’d normally find at higher altitudes and hill stations. But if you’re seeking some offbeat adventures with lesser crowds, winters in Andaman are perfect for you! Since summer is the most happening season, winter sees a considerable fall in the number of travellers.

The island also hosts a plethora of water sports and activities in Andaman throughout winters for the small number of tourists that visit. If you’re seeking cold winters and single digit temperatures, then Andaman probably isn’t the best pick for you. On the other hand, if you wish to escape the winters, then Andaman weather conditions render the island just right for you “winter” travelogues and adventures.

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Andaman's Weather in Summer

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Summer in Andaman begins from April and lasts upto June. It is also during this season that the entire island comes alive with lush greenery, and the tropical beauty reaches its peak. Engulfed by verdant forests and the warm ocean breeze, Andaman holiday package is a perfect getaway from the scorching summer heat that cities suffer. During daytime, the temperature oscillates between 28 to 35 degrees Celsius, while during the night, the temperature drops to about 24 to 27 degrees, making it considerably cooler. There are numerous places to visit in Andaman especially during summer. 

The best time to delve into the marine world is also during summers! Indulge in various water sports like surfing, parasailing, Andaman scuba diving, jet skiing, snorkelling and many more. Also, a majority of those beautiful photographs of the island that have gone viral on the internet were also shot during summers. The crystal clear, azure waters of Andaman’s endless beaches reveal their best self during this season, and tourist favourites like Radhanagar Beach, Laxmanpur Beach, Sitapur Beach, Ross and Smith Island Beach etc. are absolutely unmissable. The Andaman temperature is not too harsh either, so you can save a day for just sunbathing by the beach!

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Andaman's Weather in Monsoon

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Andaman experiences monsoons every year from July to September. It is the second of Andaman’s two seasons, when the daytime temperature reads somewhere between 24 to 30 degrees Celsius, and drop down to about 22 to 26 degrees during the nights. Though the temperature and climate seem pleasing, Andaman is home to very heavy rainfall, reaching as high as 300 mm every year.

Due to heavy rains and the unpredictability of weather, no water sports and activities are operated during the monsoons, as even travelling from one place to another becomes quite an arduous task. With all that rain, there’s barely anything left for travellers to enjoy, save the luxury and comfort of resorts and spas.

Even cruise rides in Andaman are shut during rains. To add to that, you can expect flight delays frequently while travelling during monsoons due to the dangerous Andaman weather conditions. Despite all the things that monsoons refrain you from enjoying, it gives you the liberty and luxury of pampering yourself up in luxurious resorts and spas, enjoying the mellifluous patter of the rain.

If you think you can deal with the bright and dark sides of monsoons, you’ll enjoy Andaman. Otherwise, it is advisable to avoid visiting it during monsoons. On the bright side, considering that monsoon is an offseason in Andaman, you may be able to book resorts at lower than usual prices.

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Best Season to Visit Andaman

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Although Andaman experiences only two seasons throughout the year, you need to time your visit in order to make the most out of your trip. During the summers, the weather is quite soothing and pleasant, unlike most Indian cities where it is scorching hot. Average Andaman temperature ranges somewhere between 24 to 35 degrees Celsius, with nights being considerably cooler.

Summer in Andaman means warm sea breeze, sunbathing by the beach, a candlelight dinner under the stars, and a plunge into the exciting world of water sports for memorable Andaman honeymoon tours. The island literally blooms during the summers, promising you to picture perfect memories and postcard-worthy photos.

Summer is also the most active tourist season in Andaman, meaning you’re likely to meet many other like-minded tourists and travellers along the way. The beauty of Ross and Smith Island Beach, Barren Island, Havelock Island, Neil Island and many more is best experienced during this season when the Andaman weather is more than favourable.  

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People Also Ask About Andaman and Nicobar

  1. What are the best places to visit in Andaman?

    1. Swaraj Dweep: Part of the Archipelago of Ritchie, Swaraj Dweep is widely popular for its diving sites as the adjoining seabeds enlaps multi coloured coral reefs and plethora of exotic marine life. Along with that, beach hopping to witness rocky beaches and witnessing the pretty sunset against the exotic birdlife is another thing you can do while you are on the island. 

    2. Port Blair:
    The capital of Andaman and Nicobar, Port Blair is known for historical British colonies and monuments. One should always add it to the andaman nicobar tour packages to witness all these important sites along with various other tourist places like museums, etc.

    3. Baratang:
    Baratang is the best place to experience green mangroves and dense forests in the midst of Andaman Islands. One shouldn’t miss this for the world to have a memorable experience of the vacation.

    4. Barren Island:
    Known for the only confirmed active volcano in South Asia, Barren Island is very popular around the world and if you are in Andaman then you should take a sight of one of the wonders of the world.

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  2. How is the Andaman weather in June?

    The temperature in Andaman goes as high as 36 degrees in the month of June whereas monsoon also sets in to give high showers to the island. All this makes it very clumsy for traveling so if you are not a fan of summer heat and heavy rainfall then it is really suggested that you must miss these months.
  3. How is the Andaman weather in April?

    With the temperature hovering between 30 degrees Celsius and 36 degrees celsius, Andaman weather is a little hot in the month of April. Possessing high humidity, the island waits for the monsoon to set in which is by the end of May.
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Great experience and unforgettable memories! Everything was well planned. We did whole lot activities in Andaman specially Scuba Diving was the best of all. Sound and Light Show at jail was very good and we came to know about some historic facts about the place. Stay was very comfortable and in decent hotels. Totally an amazing experience.
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I had planned this tour for my cousin. I was in touch with Shubham and Atri from booking time.Both were kind and helpful for answering and sharing the details to my queries.Later on Atri was in touch with me and he helped in customizing this tour for couple. He has clarified all my doubts, concerns during planning, booking for this tour. We opted for deluxe category and we shared our preferred list of hotels.Atri also helped in decision making for the hotels. Hotels were good and couple had nice time... Cabs were on time, food was good... Flower bed decoration was too good and also candle light dinner.. but was expecting more for candle light dinner apart from just table decoration ... Overall it was nice experience...
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A complete package to cover the best parts of such a beautiful island at a reasonable price. Ours was a honeymoon trip and both of us had a great time. The guide with us was really helpful and we did not have to face any problems during the whole trip. There are good hotels also at all places where you can have good food from. The stay arranged by them was also good.
I always had Mayabunder in mind for the beautiful and scenic beaches it has. However, after many years of several plans not materializing, I and my friend grabbed this opportunity of a helicopter ride arranged by Thrillophilia. I not just witnessed the mangrove-lined tidal creeks at the Mayabunder Island but the whole tour of all the eight islands of Andaman, was a pleasant bonus. This three hour journey began from Port Blair at around 7:40. After viewing the floating islands we were taken to capture the views of the Bambooflat, Baratang, and Rangat.
An aerial adventure with three of my friends was always on my mind. The drone captures of Andaman’s turquoise waters and the enchanting greenery of the island always fluttered my hearts. This time in January I decided to live my dream and Thrillophilia helped me have an unforgettable helicopter trip. I cannot explain the joy of having soared like a bird above the Smith, Madhuban, Peel and Havelock islands. I recommend Thrillophilia for this exhilarating three-hour journey that lets you see the twin islands of the North and South.
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We booked Seakart adventure tour in Andaman from Thrillophilia. This self-drive experience is the only one of its kind in India, and this activity took place at Corbyn's Cove Beach. All the facilities were available like changing rooms, shower rooms, lockers etc. All the Safety measures were taken care of. The equipment and the entire area was deep cleaned before and after every participant and antibacterial hand sanitizers were available throughout the activity.
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I booked a tour from Ahmedabad to Andaman. It was a family trip. The excitement increases multiple folds all together when it comes to discover a completely new side of our own country. Especially when it’s such well-organized. All the credit goes to our organizers team Thrillophilia.

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