Where passion meets
"TOUR OF ANDAMAN"
Tour of Andaman offers you creeks of mangrove, the dense rain forest with innumerable beaches, pristine waters, and warm people making it one of the best cycle touring in the islands. It offers breathtaking views around every corner.
The tour of Andaman is much more than the sum of its numerous attractions. It’s constantly evolving itself, with people who are passionate about cycling with new possibilities.
The Tour spans 300+ km, through the entire Islands of Andaman from Portblair in the South Andaman, Mayabander in the Middle Andaman, and Diglipur in the North.
The riders get some of the most astounding terrains to experience which is to test their endurance, temperament, and physical and mental limits.
It’s where foodies, explorers, collectors, action seekers, culture sharpers, and socialisers meet - and new experiences are created every day.
Don't stop at finding out what you can do when you visit. Let our Passion for exploring show you what you can be when you're here. Because we are where Passion meets Possibilities.
STORIES FROM TOUR OF ANDAMAN
Dr. Shailaja Parthasarathi
The Tour of Andaman, 2019, organized by Team Parikrama, was a fantastic way to see the islands firsthand! Even though I have been seeing these islands since the late '90s, cycling our way from Baratang to Diglipur and then around Diglipur, gave me an experience that was out of this world. The roads were horrible ( no reflection on the organizers), but like one of our friends kept saying - it built character!
Looking forward to the next edition!
Mr. Naveen Y S
A superbly organized cycling expedition. A team from Bangalore, doing it almost perfectly in remote corners of Andaman, was really awesome. Everything arranged with precision, the route, stops, accommodation, food supply while on the move, and all that support to ride on and on. Well done Team Parikrama. Wish Edition 2 to be bigger and greater.
Charity rider - Iksha Foundation.
The Tour of Andamans was a great way to experience the pristine nature of Andamans. The forests that we cycled through are untouched and have been for centuries. There were so many birds we got to see along the way. The personal best was having a Kingfisher fly in front of me as I came downhill and it stayed on my path which was magical. The ride was challenging with the numerous uphills. Andamans is not flat at all the terrain and the rain make the experience all the more memorable.