Andman Tour Package 5 Nights 6 Days
OVERVIEW ANDMAN AND NICOBAR The Andaman Islands are an Indian archipelago in the Bay of Bengal. These roughly 300 islands Read more…
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ARRIVAL AT AIRPORT - CELLULAR JAIL AND LIGHT SOUND SHOW
Arrival at Port Blair in the morning/afternoon by flight and our representative will be waiting outside holding a placard with your name on it. You will be taken to your hotel where you relax and rest. Post lunch rest and later proceed to one among the most visited attraction in Andaman Islands, Cellular Jail. This jail before India's Independence hosted the most ferocious prisoners in the Andaman Islands. Today this jail stands as a national memorial, Baratang Island.
Visit to the this historic attractions, Ross Island, Viper Island, Samudrika Naval Marine Museum, Rajiv Gandhi Water Sports Complex, Mount Harriet National Park, and know about the rich history of the Andaman Islands. Post completion of this trip, we drop you back to your hotel.
Port Blair - Havelock by Ferry (2.5 Hour)
The day begins early. You board the morning ferry from Port Blair to Havelock Island. carry some breakfast. This trip is of around 2.5 hours. You get to see very beautiful coral and sea life on that ferry. On arrival, you'll be checked in in your preferred hotel. At night, you visit the prevalent Radhanagar Beach. It was additionally been appraised as the 'Best Beach in Asia' when Magazine. Back to the lodging for loosening up. Overnight remain in the inn.
Havelock (excursion to Elephant Beach)
The day begins early. You are going for an essential trip to the excellent Elephant shoreline. The car will come at 07:00 hours, be prepared as the ferry will leave the pier at 07:30 hours. The water ride from Havelock to Elephant shoreline takes around 23 minutes. This doubtlessly will be an exceptional swimming experience for you. Get into the swimming apparatus and get all set to witness the beautiful submerged world. The reef near the shore is around 1 meter deep and the bigger reef is framed by an astounding assortment of corals and marine life. After the swimming session, you can essentially unwind at the shoreline. The climate is quiet and the sight is alleviating. Keep in mind to get the magnificence of this white-sand shoreline in your camera. (Note: Snorkeling at the Elephant shoreline is liable to climate conditions.) Come back to Havelock.
Havelock to Nail ISLAND SIGHTSEEING
Post breakfast check out from the hotel and visit Kalapathar Beach. Later take the transfer to Havelock jetty by inter island ferry to Neil Island. Check in to your hotel on arrival. Late afternoon visit the Laxmanpur Beach 2 to view the natural coral bridge and also go to Laxmanpur Beach 1 to view the sunset. Evening free or at own. Overnight in Neil Island.
PORT BLAIR SIGHTSEEING
Start your day by visiting some of the best city attractions in the Andaman Islands. Visit the famous Chatham Saw Mill, which is amongst the oldest sawmill in Asia. The saw mill is named after this island. Then proceed to Anthropological Museum that hosts the tools, the pictures and the history of the aboriginal tribes in the Andaman and Nicobar Islands. Post this proceed to the Fisheries Museum and Naval Marine museums that host varieties of fishes in Andaman Islands. Take a break and refresh yourself with varieties of delicious food options in the Andaman Islands. you also visit Naval Marine Museum,Chidiya Tapu, North Bay Island, Sri Vetrimalai Murugan Temple, ross island, Haddo Wharf, will go to Wandoor(Jolly Buoy)or Red Skin Island).
The Veer Savarkar Airport is named after this freedom fighter. Later in the evening we take a shopping tour to the best locations where coral artifacts are sold. Purchase gifts for your friends and family from these places.
Return home with sweet memories of the Andaman Islands.if flight delay than you can visit like Rajiv Gandhi Water Sports Complex, Samudrika Naval Marine Museum, Mount Harriet National Park.
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