Take a trip to paradise at the Taj Exotica Resort and Spa, Andamans. Find a luxurious hideaway hidden in the Andaman and Nicobar archipelago.
Perfectly perched on Havelock Island, the Taj Exotica Resort and Spa Andamans is a biodiversity hotspot in the Bay of Bengal. The resort takes care to not disturb the spectacular surrounding with 50 modern luxury villas sitting on stilts under a canopy of coconut and palm trees. Eco-friendly additions—like a reservoir for harvesting rain water, the use of solar energy, and a plastic collection center—ensure the environment remains pristine.
Each villa is designed to imitate the thatch huts of a local tribe and enhanced with the addition of a private pool. An outdoor area decked out with lounge chairs is just the place to take in the sounds of kingfishers and emerald doves. Inside, minimalist and modern interiors are anchored with a king-size bed. The spacious en-suite bathroom features both a rain shower and a bathtub with a view towards the verdant trees.
Completely detach during a massage in the quiet and private atmosphere of the Taj Exotica Resort and Spa. Dash through the calm surf on unspoiled beaches or kayak through the mangroves to get closer to the crabs, parakeets, and clams that live among the roots. At night the inky sea lights up with tiny, glowing phytoplankton.
Under the crystal clear sea, a whole new world awaits. A stunning variety of fish swim in symphony amidst coral reefs, a pleasing sight for scuba divers and snorkelers. Manta rays glide along and flamboyant lionfish make a style statement. Guests of Taj Exotica Resort and Spa Andamans can join the resident naturalist to visit the beaches where female Leatherback and Hawksbill turtles lay eggs, and where hatchlings later scramble to the frothy sea.
Immigration to the island has had a tasty influence on its cuisine. Indian, Burmese, and Indonesian flavors combine in this natural paradise. Savor sunsets as you delight in a creamy, coconut milk-infused curry. Kids will enjoy picking mangoes, apples, and mulberries from the resort’s orchards.Request Information