As far south as you can go (for now) in the islands, Little Andaman, 130km south of Port Blair, has an appealing end-of-the-world feel. It’s a gorgeous fist of mangroves, jungle and teal, ringed by sandy white beaches as fresh as bread out of the oven, with fantastic surf. It rates highly as many travellers' favourite spot in the Andamans.
Badly hit by the 2004 tsunami, Little Andaman has slowly rebuilt itself. Much of the island is an off-limits 25-sq-km Onge tribal reserve. The main settlement is small, pleasant, southeast-coast Indira Bazaar, 2km west of Hut Bay Jetty.