Havelock Islands hold numerically named villages, with Village one and three being relatively popular because they are a boat dock and a market respectively. A major part of the Havelock Islands is formed by the Bengalese and dolphins!
A triangular island, Neil Island is bordered by lush banana plantations, mature tropical trees and rich paddy fields. The island is home to numerous stunning beaches such as Sitapur Beach, Bharatpur Beach and Lakshmanpur Beach. The Howra Bridge is also a famous tourist attraction.
One of the popular beaches of the Havelock Islands, numerous corals can be spotted in the island. This beach is particularly famous for Snorkelling.
About 3 km away from the Havelock Island, Radhanagar Beach is a calm beach with azure water and clear sand, and is also called Beach number 7.
Named after the Kalapathar Village, Kalapathar Beach is distinguished and known specially for the black rocks that line up the coastline.
Vijay Nagar Beach
With magnificent views, tranquil waters and cotton soft sand, the Vijay Nagar Beach is the most inviting beach of all, situated at about 4.5 km from the Havelock Island.