Due to open in Spring 2018, Taj Exotica comes to the idyllic Andaman Islands
Fantastic and unspoilt destination which combines well with other parts of India or Bhutan
December to March is the best of year to visit the Andaman Islands. This is when diving is at its optimum and you can also enjoy turtle nesting season and game fishing. Expect dry and warm weather during the day and cooler evenings. April and May are sunny but humid. June through to September see long and heavy rains with short and unpredictable periods of sunshine. October and November can bring short rains, with a good chance of uninterrupted sunshine.
Taj Exotica Resort & Spa Andaman Islands is located on Number 7 beach on the picture-perfect Havelock Island. With incredible diving, the Andamans are a perfect spot to relax and opening in Spring 2018, this luxury resort will feature 75 chic villas.
Discover Havelock Island with Taj at Taj Exotica Resort & Spa Andaman Islands. Endless white sands, coral reefs and lush green jungle makes this a truly magical destination in the Bay of Bengal. With just 75 spacious villas, guests can unwind and enjoy the renowned Taj service here.
Havelock Island, known as the Pearl of the Andaman, is certainly a sight to behold with seven untouched beaches flanked by sweeping coconut palms. Here, on the renowned Radhanagar Beach, popularly named Number 7, Taj Exotica Resort & Spa sits nestled over 49 acres of land.
There are 75 villas at the resort, each of which have been styled on the traditional houses of the indigenous people of the Andaman Islands known as the Jawara tribe. Each villa is made from sustainable wood, elevated on stilts and completed with paired back but luxurious furnishings. Minimalistic yet soothing, this home away from home ensures guests to relax and take in the views.
Like the Taj Exotica properties in Goa and the Maldives, the resort here does not compromise on facilities and dining options. Fill your days with a number of activities including water sports including kayaking through the mangroves and snorkelling or diving off the colourful coral reefs. The Jiva Spa also offers a range of treatments including a number of traditional Ayurvedic options.
What's more, with more and more flight routes, the Andaman Islands can be easily combined with other parts of India or even Bhutan. Uncover the iconic sites of Rajasthan or Calcutta and northeast India, ending with some downtime on Havelock before flying home. At Scott Dunn we can tailor your itinerary to ensure you make the most of your holiday.
There are plenty of dining options at Taj Exotica Resort & Spa Andaman Islands. Global Grills at Turtle House specializes in fresh seafood straight from the Andaman Sea. whilst guests can enjoy fine dining at The Settlers. This innovative restaurant in an intimate setting showcases a menu inspired by the local tribes who settled here over 60,000 years ago.
Fly into Veer Savarkar International Airport in Port Blair from several desintations including Chennai, Calcutta, Delhi or Hyderabad . Havelock is then a 1-hour 30-minute transfer by scheduled ferry. Please note depending on connection you may have a few hours to wait for the ferry. You will be taken to either a local restaurant or market during this time.
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