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Itineraries

Day 1

Pick-up at the airport, city tour, and light and sound show

Our representative will meet you at the Veer Savarkar Airport in Port Blair and accompany you to the hotel, where he will also assist you with hotel check-in procedures. You will be taken to the following locations after checking in and relaxing a little.
The Indian Navy runs the Samudrika Museum. Geographical knowledge, marine life, archaeology, and the people of Andaman are all covered in the museum's seven divisions. It features an impressive collection of shells, corals, and a few brightly coloured fish.
The Anthropological Museum was established in 1975-76. It depicts the four Andamanese Negrito tribes, the Jarawa's, Sentinels, Great Andamanese, and Onges, as well as two Nicobar Mongoloid tribes, the Nicobarese and the Shompen's. It not only depicts the nomadic tribes of the Andaman and Nicobar Islands' way of existence, but also their stage-by-stage development up to the present day. Various handicrafts, tools, weaponry, arts and crafts, pictures, and other items are on show.
Chatham Saw Mill is one of Asia's oldest and largest saw mills, located on a small island connected by a bridge across a body of water. It was founded in 1883. It is the government's property. It continues to use the wood-processing technology set up by the British. In March 1942, it was attacked by invading Japanese soldiers.
There are 350 distinct species of marine life at the Fisheries Museum. The various types of marine life on display came from the Bay of Bengal and the Indo-Pacific Ocean. It's just next to Port Blair's Rajiv Gandhi Water Sports Complex.
Cellular Jail: This ancient structure was designed to resemble a seven-spoke wheel in the nineteenth century. Only three of the seven wings are still standing today. It took ten years to finish. "Cells beyond Cells" is why it's termed "Cellular."
Sound & Light Show: At the National Memorial 'Cellular Jail,' you may see a Sound & Light Show, in which the heroic narrative of the Indian Freedom Struggle is brought to life through light and sound on the jail grounds, in English and Hindi, transporting you back to the British Era.

Day 2

Ross Island and North Bay

You will be escorted to the Andaman Water Sports Complex after breakfast to board a ferry that will be your companion for the duration of your trip to Ross Island and North Bay.

1. North Bay, popularly known as "The Gateway to Port Blair," is the first stop on the way to Port Blair. Coral reefs, exotic varieties of stunning ornamental fish, and water sports activities are all popular in this area. You'll be mesmerized by the breath-taking expanse of coral bed. North Bay is Andaman's most popular snorkeling spot. North Bay also offers scuba diving and an underwater sea walk, in addition to snorkeling and glass-bottom boat rides.

2. Prior to India's independence, Ross Island served as the capital of Port Blair under British and Japanese rule. Sir Daniel Ross, a naval surveyor, provided the inspiration for the name. It was dubbed "The Paris of the East" by locals. The Indian Navy is now in charge of the area. This island is a great place to go for a nature stroll in the woods, where you may see deer, peacocks, and other exotic birds.

Note: Water sports are not included in our packages and must be purchased separately.

Day 3

Diglipur Day Trip via Baratang

Early in the morning, begin your journey by seeing a lime stone cave in the Tribal Reserve area of Baratang, then go to Diglipur for the night.

Lime Stone Cave is 15 minutes distant by water from the Baratang Jetty. By "dongis" or small boats, we can get there. Everyone is enthralled by the adventure, which brings you beneath a lush jungle of mangrove plantations.

Please remember to bring plenty of water with you.

Day 4

Diglipur is a fun place to visit, and Rangat is a great place to stay for the night.

After breakfast, depart for Arial Bay Harbor to board a boat for a visit to the ROSS AND SMITH Islands, a twin island connected by a white sand beach, followed by a visit to Danni Nallah Beach and Aam Kunj Beach before spending the night in Diglipur.

Day 5

Return From Rangat, return to Port Blair.

Visit the Tribal Reserve Area Baratang and the Mud Volcano on the way to Port Blair, then return to Port Blair and check into your hotel.
Mud Volcano (Jalki): The mud volcanoes have erupted infrequently, with the most recent eruption in 2005 thought to be linked to the 2004 earthquake. The locals refer to this island as "Jalki." The mud volcanoes shoot small mud fountains.

Day 6

Continuing on to Havelock (57km) - Radhanagar

You will be transported to Phoenix Bay Harbor in the morning to catch a luxury cruise (12 hours) or a government ferry (2 hours) to Havelock Island.
The island is named after a British Army officer, Havelock. The island has state-of-the-art snorkeling and scuba diving facilities. Havelock Island is known for its white sand beaches and crystal clear, translucent waters.
Our representative will meet you at the harbour and assist you in checking into your pre-booked hotel / resort in Havelock, after which he will guide you to Radhanagar Beach, Asia's 7th most beautiful beach. At Radhanagar Beach, you can go swimming or simply get your feet wet while admiring the beach's tranquil beauty. Havelock Island is where you'll spend the night.

Day 7

Elephant Beach excursion followed by a journey to Neil

This island is around 10 kilometers from Havelock or a 30-minute boat ride from the jetty. It is well-known for its stunning corals and diverse wildlife. Water sports, snorkeling, and other activities are available here, however the tourists are responsible for the costs.

Neil: Take a sail to Neil Island from Havelock Harbor, then visit Bharathpur and Laxmanpur, which are two of the nicest beaches to visit, before heading to No. 1 Beach, No. 2 Beach, and Sitapur Beach. Staying with Neil for the night.

Day 8

Port Blair to Neil Island

We will begin our return journey to Port Blair after breakfast (depending on ferry schedules) while enjoying the sea wind and the changing colors of the sky as the sun sets, most of the time accompanied by dolphins and flying fish swimming alongside the boat.

Day 9

From Port Blair to Your Next Destination

After breakfast, we will transfer to the airport according to your departure time...

  • Twin-sharing AC accommodation with daily breakfast.
  • AC Vehicle for the entire trip, including airport pick-up and drop-off only as specified in the itinerary.
  • If the Luxury Cruise to Havelock or Neil is not available, we will offer you with government ferries.
  • All entry permits, entry tickets, parking fees, and boat/ferry tickets, as needed.
  • Local assistance at all sites of arrival and departure.
  • Upon arrival, a special Andaman drink is served.
  • On the day of departure, a complimentary tour of Marina Park, Gandhi Park, and the Water Sports Complex is included.
  • Personal expenditures such as tips, laundry, phone bills, and beverages, among others.
  • Unless otherwise stated, it does not include any meals.
  • Airfare
  • Fees for a guide, glass bottom boat trips, a jolly ride, and snorkeling.
  • Unspecified, proposed, or optional activities
  • The cost of a guide to Cellular Jail and Ross Island is additional.
  • Camera fee (still or video) 8. Additional sightseeing fees or car usage.
  • Any additional expenditures incurred as a result of natural disasters, political unrest, VIP movement, etc.
  • GST is a 5% surcharge added to the total bill.

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