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Ross and Smith Island

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Best in Andaman

We visited Ross and Smith island on 20th oct, 2017, in day 6 of out 7N8D trip to the andaman... read more

Reviewed 3 weeks ago
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twin islands with exceptional beauty

Ross and Smith islands are twin islands connected with a small area of sands in between; you can... read more

Reviewed 4 weeks ago
Halifax, England, United Kingdom
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Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile

We visited Ross and Smith island on 20th oct, 2017, in day 6 of out 7N8D trip to the andaman islands. As we opted to go via local tour operators so we do not know the booking procedure to the island but they will give...More

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Reviewed 4 weeks ago

Ross and Smith islands are twin islands connected with a small area of sands in between; you can walk from here to there; during a high tide that area will go under water and the 2 islands are separated; this beach is one of the...More

1  Thank jayasish
Reviewed 16 October 2017 via mobile

Reached early morning at the jetty and found boats were not running.Then a group of tourists requested the authority and they responded by opening the ferry services.Stunning shorelines being merged by high tide.Beautiful sandbar joining two islands.Speedboat ride ended safely through heavy rain.

Thank paramita d
Reviewed 8 June 2017

This is a place everyone must visit in Andaman. The natural beauty of this place is mesmerizing. The water in blue and very clear. You can see through the water till the bottom of the ocean. There are two islands in this place named Ross...More

1  Thank AyanSarkar1985
Reviewed 28 May 2017 via mobile

Ross and Smith Island is one of the must visit place in Andaman. It is less crowded and very clean. Reaching here will be a bit difficult. You can find many buses from Port Blair. For return, there are some buses which will start from...More

Thank Cebin
Reviewed 1 April 2017

Mind-numbing beauty awaits you. A must visit attraction, this is sparkling clean and breathtakingly beautiful.

Thank SGodiyal
Reviewed 14 March 2017

Lovely beaches,very clean and less crowded, must visit if you love nature in pristine condition,travel from port blare is little long but end of the day worth visit place.

Thank singha0509
Reviewed 31 December 2016

what islands they are. Absolutely beautiful. eyes could not drink enough of the shades of blue, green, turquoise, and white sand. The ROSS island was so green with rain forest tangled trees. It was such a memorable experience.

1  Thank kanthi109
Reviewed 14 December 2016 via mobile

This is perhaps the best beach I have been so far. It was clean, less crowded, blue water and white sand. I could not stop myself from taking a bath. There are fresh water and changing room available. This two island are separated by sand...More

Thank omkarnath b
Reviewed 5 December 2016

Untouched nature's beauty. One side is the backwater and the other side the sea. You can see the little sea creatures live and walking along the shores. Wonderful experience.

1  Thank Raghusingari
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Response from Raghusingari | Reviewed this property |
You need to reach diglipur first and then catch a ferry from there. We drove to diglipur by car. It's approximately an 8 hour drive. You'll have to cross baratang and mayabnandar by jetty. Make sure you check with the local... More