Andaman Islands are a group of 550 islands located on the Bay of Bengal. Mostly consisting of protruded rock structures, these islands are having human inhibition also. Almost 26 of them are human inhabited. It’s one of the most prominent touring locations all over the world. Thousands rush in to these water logged plots of land to enjoy and get closer in touch with nature. Andaman Islands are under the effect of tropical climate throughout the year. Since it’s surrounded by water on all four sides chances are there that nature may play its spoilsport at times. These Islands are very fertile. Dense coconut palms and sea cost makes it a stunning combo for those tourists who arrive in thousands every year. Andaman consists of hilly regions with dense forests. Rocky Mountains and peaks make trekking adventurous. Andaman rain forests are blessed by nature with all sorts of flora and fauna. The weather conditions of a location affect the geography which in turn affects tourism in the area. It’s appreciable to have a clam and pleasant climate to watch tourists pour in.
Andaman Islands possess a moderate climate throughout the year. It’s blessed with a cool and silent atmosphere round the year. The aquatic covering provided by Bay of Bengal is crucial for these Islands. It may vary a maximum of 10 degree Celsius. There may be no severe variations in the climatic conditions but chances for tropical storms and rains are there due to the nearness of Sea. The summer season takes its journey from March to May. The season is comparatively warm and enjoyable with the sea breeze. The Islands heat up by itself but it’s the cool sea breeze that makes it enjoyable. It’s at this time when all the tourists fill the Andaman Islands like swarm of bees. Nearing the end of May the monsoons arrive with their part of the game. Medium to heavy rainfall will be noticed and chances of thunderstorms are there. The post monsoon season is from September to November. Like any other Indian regions, Andaman also gets affected by the winter season during the December- February gap. Winter is not that harsh on the tropical islands and it’s a suitable time for sight seeing. The span of June-September is not that suited to sightseeing as there are chances of cyclonic rains and heavy thunderstorms. Even though these rains bring cloud to many hearts, some of the tourists are unaffected by this weather changes and they love to take up nature’s challenges to them. The humid atmosphere of the cluster of Islets is mainly due to their nearness to the Bay of Bengal. Humidity is of very high percentage say 80 % for most of the times. November- March is a season which the tourists like to exploit. The calm and pleasant weather and water allows them to carry out adventurous activities. Surfing, trekking and Scuba diving are the most prominent among them. Gifted with an adjustable weather pattern, these Islets are always in the list of favorite tourist spots.