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Homestay in Andaman Islands
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Best Homestay in Andaman Islands

Homestay/Residential hotel offers an unparalled opportunity to experience the incredible diversity and charm of Andamans.
At Edha Homestay, you just don’t get Bed and Breakfast, you’re welcomed into an exquisite property.Edha Homestay offers a prime location stay in the heart of Port Blair within your Budget. It is ideally situated for the many restaurants nearby with an easy access to the historical Cellular Jail. The entire property is divided into two floors.
The guest accommodation occupies the second floor.



Rent Edha Homestay in Andaman

You enter the premises through a tiny garden. The interior of the home maintains that homely feel. With the five bedroom aesthetics and facilities are ideally situated for the perfect holiday. You enter the open plan living room, directly through doors at the entrance. The open space of the living area makes a very comfortable environment. There are five bedrooms having a similar layout, sporting king size roswood beds and attached bathrooms. The host occupies the first floor. The family boasts of local knowledge with insights that simply aren't available from a guide book. Taste authentic Indian home made cooked food with more variation and flavour than restaurant food.

Adventure Activities in Andaman



Scuba Diving

Scuba Diving

Scuba Diving Activity

Scuba Diving is swimming underwater, while using scuba set. By carrying a source...

Sea Walk

Sea Walk

Sea Walk Activity

Sea Walk is a wonderful activity that can be enjoyed by almost anyone, Sea Walk as...

Coral Safari

Coral Safari

Coral Safari Activity

Sun shining bright, Deep blue still waters, white sand and pleasant winds will...

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Sightseeing In Andaman



Sightseeing In Andaman

Ross Island

Port Blair, South Andaman

Ross island , once the administrative headquarters of the British, is now maintained by the Indian navy Runins of the bygone days with the old structures almost in debris, are seen. There is mini museum ‘smritika’ that holds photographs and antiques of the britishers relevant to these islands . A 45 –minute sound & light show recapitulating the history of the rose’s islands has been introduced for tourists as well as visitors on a daily basis.

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