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1ST Day PORT BLAIR:
Pick up from Port Blair airport and transfer to hotel. After lunch visit Carbine Cave, water sport at Marine park. At evening proceed to cellular jail to witness of the historical place and also enjoy light and sound show program.
2ND Day PORT BLAIR:
After breakfast departure for visit Ross Island by boat and return back to hotel for lunch. After lunch visit Historical Viper Island.
3RD Day PORT BLAIR:
Early morning transfer to Phoenix Bay for visit to Hevelock Island by ship (Day return journey). Arrival Hevelock and transfer to Radhanagar Sea Beach. After lunch leave Hevelock for Port Blair by ship. Arrival Port Blair at evening and transfer to hotel.
4TH Day PORT BLAIR:
After Breakfast transfer Phoenix bay for visit North bay( Coral Island). Return back to Port Blair. Lunch at Hotel. After lunch visit Port Blair local sight seeing.
5TH Day PORT BLAIR:
Early morning departure for Baratang to see jarwas Tribal, Lime stone Cave and also visit Mud Volcano Agneo giri. Return back to Port Blair at evening and transfer to hotel.
6TH Day PORT BLAIR:
After breakfast visit full day Port Blair local sight seeing ( Chatham saw mill, Gandhi Park, museum , aquarium etc.) Evening free for personal activities.
7TH Day :
After breakfast check out from hotel and transfer to Port Blair airport.
Visit Time: Every Week
2 PERSON IN A DBR Rs.15,500/- 3 PERSON IN A DBR Rs.14,000/- Child(4-11) Rs.12,400/-
Tour price Includes:
- Entry fees.
- Hevelock ship fare.
- All transfer.
- Sight Seeing.
- All meals (Breakfast, Lunch, Evening Snacks and Dinner).
Tour price Excludes:
- Any optional tour.
- Any personal expenses.
- Service Tax if applicable.
- Any type of ridding.
- Video camera charge, movie camera.
- Any type of special menu.
- Air fare.
TOURIST ATTRACTIONS IN ANDAMAN :
Port Blair –5 Nights, Havlock –1 Nights(optional)Covering Cellular, jail, Coral Island, Viper Island, Rose Island, Chattam Saw Mill, Radhanagar Beach & more.
About the Place
The Andaman & Nicobar Islands are a Veritable Garden Of Eden and a Naturalists Heaven. The Clean Envioronment, roads, greenery as well as Unpolluted fresh air attract all nature lovers. The tropical rain forests an waters of Bay of Bengal are the home of vast Collection of plant, animal and Marine Life,Topographically the islands all hill in Places fringed with coconut palm, covered with tripocal jungle and interspersed with flat,we have a stretches of crescent shaped beaches.Adventure tourisam like trekking,Island camping,Snorteling SCUBA divine etc,and other water sports are the real attractions.A Marvelous mix of Nature’s most Precious delights the Andaman & Nicobar Island all a once in lifetime holiday experience.Andaman and Nicobarare a large group of nearly 600 islands in the Bay of Bengal.Though they are a part of India politically, they are closer to Myanmar and Thailand than to the Indian mainland.They are grouped here with Southern India.They were just north of the epicenter of the Boxing Day quake of 2004, and were the site of dozens of aftershocks.The Nicobars were badly hit the by the resulting tsunami, while the Andamans escaped with a few bruises.With the exception of Little Andaman Island and the Mahatma Gandhi Marine National Park, the rest of the tourist destinations are operating normally again.There are four primitive tribes in Andamans District and they have been recognised as belonging to the Negrito stock, namely Great Andamanese, Onges, Jarawas and Sentinelese.
Port Blair : Capital of the Andaman Nicobar Islands, Port Blair is also the port of entry to these islands.It is the hub around which activities in this archipelago revolve.The Marine National Park, its diverse museums, the historic Cellular Jail and the water sports complex make it the pivotal place to kick start a quintessential Andaman experience.
Port Blair offers some rather offbeat options for travelers to pursue as well.From snorkeling and forest trekking (to nearby peaks like Mount Harriet) to strolling on a beach and island hopping, travelers have an entire gamut of activities to pursue here.
A visit to the picture-postcard Corbyns Cove Beach is highly recommended.Tall swaying coconut trees, white sand and the emerald sea welcome you here.
HAVLOCK : About 38 kilometers northeast of Port Blair, Havelock Island is a hidden jewel. Few Indians know of this stunning beach destination in their own backyard while heading for Phuket (in Thailand) across the waters of Andaman Sea.Small wonder, Time magazine in 2004 rated the islands Radhanagar Beach as the finest in Asia.With lush tropical forest on one side, the draw of this white sand beach has steadily grown in the legion of avid beach buffs.
Havelock is a serene tropical island encompassing about 86 square kilometers. Its clear waters are rated among the best in the world for snorkeling and scuba diving.Close to 1000 different species of marine life inhabit the waters of the Andaman Islands.Scuba divers can see nudibranchs, sea slugs and snails, varieties of ghost pipefish, jawfish and a number of different crustaceans of all shapes and sizes.One of the prime attractions is the graceful manta ray.Dolphins, turtles, giant grouper and napoleon wrasse are other sea creatures one can see.
White sand beaches, 40 meters visibility underwater, colorful coral reefs and its 'far from the madding crowd’ appeal have made Havelock Island a dream destination among discerning travelers.
CELLULAR JAIL : The one name that sends chills down the spine even today is that of Kala Pani Jail, located in Andaman.The jail still has the fear element in the air and anyone visiting the place can sense the pain the inmates went through back during the time this jail was functional.The British undertook the construction of the Cellular Jail and would send "dangerous" criminals from India to this place to undergo torturous treatments.The Andaman Island was used to house prisoners way back in the year 1857.The Cellular Jail of Andaman Island is now a protected monument and stands as a testimony to the torture meted out to the helpless prisoners.
VIPER ISLAND : Viper Island is of much historical importance because the first jail was constructed at this island where the offenders were sent to serve their punishment. After the Cellular Jail was made, the convicts were transferred there.You can go and explore the cells where the prisoners were kept in Viper Island at Andaman and Nicobar Islands.The gallows is sited at the top of the mound. It is the place where the people sentenced to death were hanged till death.One of the very famous freedom fighter Sher Ali, who killed the Lord Mayo, the Viceroy of India in 1872, was hanged here.
ROSE ISLAND : Ross Island, which is accessible from Phoenix Bay Jetty through a boat ride, is situated at the entry region of Port Blair harbor. Ross Islands, once the administrative head quarters of British Colonial Rulers, still bears the ruins of a Church and cemetery.It was during the British rule that the island was developed to a perfect township.The island is reminiscent of its old British regime.
CHATTAM SAW MILL : Chatham Saw Mill, owned by Forest department, is credited as one of the biggest and oldest saw mills all through Asia and is located at the north tip of Andaman.A bridge connects this saw mill to Port Blair, The mill cuts massive wood into different sizes and shapes of timber and is functioning as the main source of timber for government and private agencies at a moderate price.
RADHANAGAR BEACH : Radhanagar Beach is one of the two popular beaches located at Havelock Island in Andaman and Nicobar Islands.The other one is Vijaynagar Island.The serene beach which is far away from the polluted cities and towns has a majestic spell that attracts tourists to its beauty.
Best time to visit Andaman is from October to May:
June to September is prone to heavy rains.October to May is ideal for sight seeing and also to engage in water sports activities.
The Andaman Islands are an archipelago in India’s Bay of Bengal. These roughly 300 islands are known for their palm-lined, white-sand beaches, mangroves and rainforested interiors.