Stewart Island Beach

Diglipur , Andaman and Nicobar Islands





The Stewart Island Beach is located in north of Diglipur and middle Andaman district. This is an isolated beach in Andaman in the middle of the uninhabited island. Located in the mid of sea, the island has a narrow but long beach.You can reach there from Mayabunder jetty, the journey takes around 1 hour by dunhgi. If you are planning to visit this island, then start early in the morning and be back before sunset.

The climate in the Stewart Island is similar to other parts of the Andaman and Nicobar Islands and, is hot and humid during the summers which begins in March and ends in May with, the temperature during this period ranging from of a maximum of 35 degree Celsius to a minimum of 25 degree Celsius. During the monsoon season which begins in June and ends in September, the rainfall received ranges from moderate to heavy. The winter which begins in October and ends in February is generally pleasant with, the temperature ranging from a maximum of 30 degree Celsius to a minimum of 20 degree Celsius. So the ideal time to visit this beach is from October to March as the climate is extremely pleasant during this period and, hence ideal for relaxation.

Things/activities to do:

There are no major things/activities to do on this beach apart from relaxing in the presence of “cool breeze” and playing sports such as beach volleyball, football etc.

Word of caution:

Sand flies are a common nuisance factor observed at this beach therefore, it would be prudent to carry along a high quality mosquito repellent.


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