Carry your adventure gear and your attitude on a memorable holiday in Andaman and explore the verdant forest and the water life there. Go on tours to the jungle and explore the exotic wildlife. Or head to the azure waters of the Bay of Bengal surrounding the island and dive into the water to explore the aquatic life snorkelling and scuba diving. Teem it up with the delectable cuisine of Andaman to enjoy the vacation to the fullest.
- Accommodation on twin sharing
- 03 Nights stay at Port Blair in Standard AC Room
- 01 Nights stay at Baratang in AC Cottage
- 01 Nights stay at Diglipur in AC Cottage
- 01 Nights stay at mayabunder in standard Ac room
- 01 Nights stay at Havelock in AC Cottage
- 01 Nights stay at Neil in AC Cottage
- Welcome Drink on arrival (Non-alcoholic)
- Daily Breakfast
- Arrival & Departure Transfers
- Tour & Sightseeing on all days by an exclusive Non-AC Car with chauffer cum guide
- Entry tickets, permits & ferry Charges except camera charges.
|At Port Blair||HOTEL RHISABH OR SILVER SPRING|
|At Baratang||DEW DAIL RESORT|
|At Diglipur||PRISTINE RESORT|
|At Mayabunder||HOTEL ASHNA|
|At Havelock||SEASHELL BEACH RESORT|
|At Neil Island||PEARL PARK RESORT|
3 Nights Port Blair, 1 Night Baratang,
1 Night Diglipur, 1 Night Mayabunder,
1 Night Have Lock, 1 Night Neil
Science centre, Corbyns, Light & sound show, Fisheries aquarium, Cellular jail, Baratang, Limestone cave, Mudvolcano, Aam gunj beach, Avis island, kalipur beach, Ross and sumit island, Radha Nagar Beach, Elephant Beach, Mount Harriet, Chidiya Tapu, National Zoo.
DAY1: ARRIVAL IN ANDAMAN ISLAND
Arrival at Port Blair. After lunch visit Cellular Jail, Corbyn's Beach, Aquarium and Light & Sound show.
DAY2: ANDAMAN ISLAND TO BARATANG ISLAND
After breakfast enjoy the Baratang tour (LIME STONE CAVE, MUD VOLCANO).
The island between South and Middle Andaman has beautiful beaches, mangrove creeks, mud volcano and limestone cave. Andaman trunk road to Rangat and Mayabunder goes through this island. Limestone cave can be explored with the permission of forest department and proper local guidance only. Very limited Govt. Accommodation is available at Baratang. Keep packed food and drinking water while visiting the limestone cave.
DAY3: BARATANG ISLAND TO DIGLIPUR
After breakfast enjoy Rangat, Mayabunder and Diglipur (Aamgunj beach, Avis Island,)
It is about 170 k.m.from Port Blair. One needs to use both the road ways as well as the boat to reach there. It is a scenic village surrounded by mountains. This is the second densely populated place next to Port Blair. It is a peaceful and serene tourist spot. 'Turtle Walk' is popular in Rangat because the turtles lay eggs on these coastlines.
Situated in the northern part of Middle Andaman island. Mayabunder offers excellent scenic beauty, mangrove creeks and beautiful beaches inhabited by the settlers from Burma , East distinct culture. Beach at Avis Island (30 minutes boat journey from Mayabunder ).
To reach Diglipur one has to go to 'Kalighat' by boat from Maya bunder; and then take a bus to Diglipur. For nearly 46 k.m. there is no roadway. One can see an elephant keeping the lumberjacks in carting the wooden logs on the way to Diglipur. One has to cross dense forest. This is a strong Bengali belt; a few familians also live there. There is a hydro electric power project on the Kalpong River. Lots of government and private resorts are found there; one day is required to see around this place.
DAY: 4 DIGLIPUR TO MAYABUNDER
After breakfast drive to Ross and Smith Island, Kalipur beach.
ROSS AND SMITH ISLAND
Is the famous sand bar joining and turtles nesting during December-February season. One who prefers to be away from the hustle and humdrum of urban life must come here to enjoy unhurried holiday.
DAY5: MAYABUNDER TO HAVELOCK ISLAND
After breakfast drive to Havelock Island (Radhanagar beach, Elephant beach).
RADHA NAGAR BEACH
Radha Nagar beach lies on the south coast of Havelock, some 12 kilometers from the island's ferry pier. Radha Nagar is a grade a beach of outstanding quality. It has an overall length of approaching two kilometers and an average width of 30 to 40 meters. The sand is white coral, very fine in grain. The beach has a gentle gradient of around 1:20 and continues out into the sea as a sandy bottom for over 100 mtrs. South facing, the beach has excellent exposure and is not subject to shading which would reduce its attraction for sunbathing. The ends of the beach are contained by rocky outcrops which provide some variety to the littoral. The quality of water at Radha Nagar beach is exceptionally calm and clear. There is very little wave action and consequently almost no turbity in the water even along the surf line.
Elephant beach (Hathi Tapu) at Havelock offers wonderful beach for snorkeling with rich coral reef and amazing marine life. One can visit Elephant beach via a small boat by cursing through the dark blue sea. Elephant's beach was a pristine and untouched. It was like landing on such a island which is not inhabited by anyone. The underwater sea life and corals were seen as clear as you in pictures and portable aquarium. The snorkeling in this beach is the most memorable moments and life time experience for incoming tourists.
DAY6: HAVELOCK ISLAND TO NEIL ISLAND
After breakfast drive to Neil island (BARATHPUR BEACH, SITAPUR BEACH, NATURAL BRIDGE)
This beautiful island with lush green forest and sandy beaches is the vegetables bowl of Andmans. Connected by boat from Port Blair daily. It provides an ideal holiday Andaman's. Connected by boat form Port Blair four days a week, it provides an ideal holiday for eco- friendly tourists. One can feel the sincerity and serenity of village life here. Beautiful beaches at Lakshmanpur, Barathpur & Sitapur, natural bridge formation on the attractions.
DAY 7: NEIL ISLAND TO ANDAMAN ISLAND
After breakfast drive to Andaman island (CHIDIYA TAPU SUNSET POINT& NATIONAL ZOO)
CHIDIYA TAPU (SUNSET POINT)
This is located 26 k.m. away Port Blair. It is blessed with dense forest and a beautiful coastline. A village which is populated thickly with birds of different varieties. Nobody should miss the Sunset amidst the mountains. One can reach this place by road, by bus or car.
The rare species of birds, crocodiles, monkey, foxes, pythons, deers wild goats, pigs, parrots and pigeon are found here.
DAY 8: ANDAMAN ISLAND
After breakfast, enjoy the Mount Harriet of Port Blair. Spend the afternoon at leisure to indulge in shopping.
Mount Harriet (55 km. by road/15 km by ferry and trek from Port Blair) the summer headquarter of the Chief Commissioner during British raj. This place is an ideal for nice and fascinating over view of the outer islands and the sea. It is the highest peak in the South Andaman (365 meters high). One can trek upto Madhuban through a nature and can find rare endemic birds, animal and butterflies conducted tours to Mount Harriet are available from Andaman teal house entry fee.
This is an emporium for wooden handicrafts managed by the government in Port Blair. Splendid varieties of furniture, beautiful wooden dolls, small, chairs, wooden vessels, shell ornaments, wooden walking sticks and ornamental lamps are exhibited. It is a fair price shop.
DAY9: DEPARTURE FROM ANDAMAN ISLAND
After breakfast at the hotel, take a transfer to the airport for connecting journey to Chennai or Kolkata.
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