Andaman's Best Sunsets: Where to go for Breathtaking Views

The Andaman and Nicobar Islands are not only renowned for picturesque beauty, pristine beaches and tranquil ambience, but also for some of the most breathtaking sunsets on the planet. As the sun descends into the horizon, a canvas of colours, ranging from shades of orange and pink to deep hues of purple and blue infuse in sky. With every passing moment, the foamy waves of the sea turn into liquid gold, reflecting the radiant beauty of the setting sun. And as the waves crash against the shore and mingle with the chirping of the birds, a sweet mellifluous sound fills the surrounding. If you want to witness this, we have a list of the 4 best places in Andaman to watch sunset.

Chidiya Tapu

Chidiya Tapu, or the Bird Island, is a hidden gem located on the southernmost tip of South Andaman Island. A paradise for bird lovers and home to a wide variety of native and migratory birds, this enchanting haven is surrounded by dense mangrove forests. The stunning beach of Chidiya Tapu is also known for being the most beautiful spot for sunset in Port Blair. With the ocean encompassing all three sides and the Munda Pahad cliff located at the southern tip, it looks over to the islands of Rutland and Cinque. As the sun sets behind the mountains, the sky turns into a warm, golden hue and the surrounding forest and sea transform into a beautiful silhouette. It's a perfect spot for those who want to escape the hustle-bustle of city life and immerse themselves in nature's beauty. This beautiful seascape is situated at a stone's throw distance from Symphony Samudra Beachside Jungle Resort And Spa.

an image of a beach dotted with palm trees during sunset
ocean waves glistening in golden hue during sunset

Radhanagar Beach

Radhanagar Beach is one of the most sought-after tourist destinations located on the western coast of Havelock Island in the Andaman Islands. Famous for its lovely sunsets, tourists often visit this place for a surreal and enchanting experience. It is also known as Number 7 Beach and was awarded the 'Best Beach in Asia' in 2004. As you walk along the crescent coastline and the soft silver sand, witness the striking hues of yellows and oranges shift to deep reds and pinks, as the sun sets behind the horizon. The beach is adorned with lush green palm trees that offer a stunning backdrop for photographs and, if you're lucky, you may spot some elephants on the beach as well. Head over to the beach after lunch and catch an unforgettable sunset in Andaman.

Sunset Beach at Neil Island

Sunset Beach on Neil Island is one of the smaller islands in the Andaman and Nicobar archipelago. The beach offers a picturesque view of the sunset and is relatively less crowded than other popular beaches. As the sun sets behind the sea, the sky comes alive with gorgeous golden colours. A little far from here is Laxmanpur Beach, a secluded coastline embellished with mystical ambience and scenery. If you want to spend some time alone with yourself or take a stroll along the beach with your partner, the sunset on this beach adds the perfect backdrop to your precious moment.

the sun setting behind the sea
a lounge chair placed by a sea beach during sunset

Neil's Cove in Havelock

Tucked away on the northeastern side of Havelock Island, lies the breathtaking Neil's Cove. This hidden gem boasts pristine waters, vibrant coral reefs and refreshing streams. Set out on a thrilling ten-minute trek from Radhanagar Beach to unveil this secluded wonder, where nature's wild side unfolds. But beware, for lurking within its beauty are the untamed crocodiles, adding an extra dash of excitement to this breathtaking haven. This beach is adorned with scattered rocks, creating a stunning landscape that's perfect for watching the sunset. You can also laze around under the shade of the littoral forest trees and spend a peaceful evening with your loved ones. If you are in Andaman, Neil's Cove ensures you have a sweet memory that you'll treasure for years to come.

We hope this blog helped you to select some of the must-visit sunset points in Andaman. The best time to visit them is from 5:00 pm to 6:30 pm, depending on the season. However, it is advisable to check the sunset time before planning a visit to ensure that you don't miss the sunset. If you are looking for places to stay and explore these scenic wonders, we have the perfect resorts for you. Symphony Samudra Beachside Jungle Resort And Spa, located in Port Blair, offers a tranquil and rejuvenating experience with excellent services and opulent accommodations. Meanwhile, Symphony Palms Beach Resort And Spa, situated on Havelock Island is decked with rustic cottages and suites where travellers can unwind and indulge in mouthwatering delicacies served at their restaurants. For those seeking a perfect sojourn in the quaint heaven of Neil Island, Symphony Summer Sand Beach Resort And Spa offer premium accommodations, world-class dining and incredible facilities to ensure a comfortable and luxurious sojourn. Stay in one of these resorts and enjoy the beauty of Andaman's sunset points to their fullest!