Laxmanpur beach located 39 km from Port Blair and two km from Neil Jetty, Laxmanpur beach is emerging as one of the most popular places to visit in Andaman and Nicobar Islands. The white sandy beach is perfect for hanging out by yourself, enjoying the beauty of natural vistas around, and soaking in the Sun. Simply put up a hammock, take a book with you and experience serenity as the days roll by. The perfectly calm sea appears to have a similar effect on the senses. You will feel your mind relaxing, and your sensors rejuvenating as you witness the spectacular panoramas around you.
There are shallow waters near the shore where you can and go swimming with your kids if you are travelling with family. Or indulge in building sandcastles with your young ones, find corals and seashells on the seafront, and collect them as souvenirs of this wonderful visit.
There is a colourful sea life underneath the surface, with corals and vibrant sea animals waiting to greet you. Get caught in a whirlpool of fish, acquaint yourself with a sea turtle, and swim with the sea anemones. You can also go scuba diving, swimming, and boating.
How to reach Laxmanpur Beach
1.From Port Blair
Government and private ferries offer the most economic and easiest way to go from Port Blair to Laxmanpur beach. The beach is located on It takes about 2 hours to get from Port Blair to the island, and two boats leave every day from Phoenix Bay Jetty to make a round trip to this place. A ferry from Havelock also stops at Port Blair on its way to Neil.
2.From Havelock Island
Havelock and Neil are separated from each other by water, so you can't take road transport to get from one place to another. Ferry services are available if you are willing to travel by sea. They are fast, convenient, economic, and comfortable. There are two types of ferry services available from to Neil. Government-operated ferries cannot be booked online, so you have to buy the tickets on the counter two days before your travel. You can book the tickets for the private ferries online. MAK Logistics, or Makruzz, and Green Ocean Seaways are the private ferry services available here.