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Barefoot Resort

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3 star
Andaman Islands
Port Blair, Andaman and Nicobar Islands, India
Port Blair
1 nights
100 %

Barefoot Resort

The Barefoot at Havelock resort consists of 31 elegantly designed thatch tents, cottages and villas complete with spacious interiors, modern amenities and ensuite bathrooms. Constructed using environmentally sensitive indigenous materials, this is the first and only ecologically friendly resort in the Andaman Islands.

Set exclusively on the world famous Beach No.7 amidst pristine tropical forests, a holiday at the Barefoot at Havelock resort is an experience of a lifetime. Here, far away from the hubbub of the city life that you wish to leave behind, you will unearth the treasures of nature, discover the tranquility you seek and be charmed forever.

Policies of Barefoot Resort

Any/ all cancellations before 30 days of the reservation date - 90% refund | Any/ all cancellations between 21 - 30 days of the reservation date - 50% refund | Any/ all cancellations between 0 - 21 days of the reservation date - No refund possible
Children above 10+ years will be charged 100% as per Adult Rate | Children of 5+ to 10 sharing parent's room will be charged as per CWB or CNB | Children below 5 years Complimentary
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Things to Do

Wandoor & Mahatma Gandhi Marine National Park

About 29 Kms. west of Port Blair is the famous Wandoor beach known for scenic beauty and is very popular amongst tourists. The range of the Mahatma Gandhi Marine National Park is just across Wandoor Beach. To visit the Marine National Park, boats are available from Wandoor Jetty. Just at the entrance of the Mahatma


Limestone Caves

The journey through the Baratang creek is a refreshing experience .as the speed boat knifes its way through the water of the baratang creek, the sight of tiny islands and mangrove vegetation provides a suiting effect to the eyes. The serrated edges of the limestone blocks shine in the dark, there is a narrow walkway


Baratang Island

The island between south and middle Andaman as beautiful limestone caves. Andaman trunk road to Rangat and Mayabunder goes through this island.Limestone cave can be explored with the permission for forest dept. And proper local guidance only very limited govt. accommodation is available at Baratang, keep packed food and drinking water while visiting the limestone


Sagarika Emporium

This is an emporium for wooden handicrafts managed by the government in Port Blair. Splendid varieties of furniture, beautiful wooden dolls, small, chairs, wooden vessels, shell ornaments, wooden walking sticks and ornamental lamps are exhibited. It is a fair price shop


Samudrika (Naval Marine Museum)

Situated opposite Andaman Teal House, Delanipur, Port Blair, this museum create awareness on various aspects of oceanic environment and houses a vast collection of cells, corals and a few species of colourful fishes of the sea around the islands. Closed on Mondays and Holidays. Timings: 09:00 AM to 12.00 Noon and 02.00 PM to 05.00


Chidiya Tapu (Sunset Point)

This is the southernmost tip of south Andaman. The lush green mangroves, forest cover with numerous chirping birds and the sylvan sands and Munda Pahar beaches make it an ideal picnic site. From the beach one can trek to the sunset point escorted by a guide. Its almost an hour trek. The view from the


Bharath Pur Beach, Sita Pur Beach, Natural Bridge

This beautiful island with lush green forest and sandy beaches is the vegetables bowl of Andmans. Connected by boat from Port Blair daily, it provides an ideal holiday in Andaman. Connected by boat form Port Blair four days a week, it provides an ideal holiday for eco- friendly tourists. One can feel the sincerity and


Neil Island

This island is apparently named after James George Smith Neill, a British soldier responsible for several war crimes during the suppression of the 1857 Mutiny.


Elephant Beach

The stunning Elephant Beach  gains its name from a wild elephant that used to chase visitors away years ago. It can be reached via small boats cruising through the dark blue sea. Alternatively, one can reach Elephant beach by taking a trek from the forest camp on the way to Radhanagar, which would take about


Radha Nagar Beach

Radha Nagar beach lies on the south coast of Havelock some 12 kilometers  from the island ferry pier Radha Nagar is a grade a beach of approaching two kilometers and an average width of 30 to 40 meters. The sand is  white coral, very fine in grain. The beach has a gentle gradient of  around


Havelock Island

The island is named after a British Army Officer. The island offers state-of- the-art facilities for snorkeling and scuba diving. Havelock is famous for its white sand and crystal clear and transparent waters.


Ross Island

This small island, less than a square kilometer stands right across Port Blair. This island served as the capital to the Britishers from 1858 to 1941 when the Japanese occupied it and converted it to a ‘POW site’. The island presently houses the ruins of old buildings like chief commissioner’s house, government house, church, bakery,


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