The Andaman Islands are an Indian archipelago in the Bay of Bengal. These roughly 300 islands are known for their palm-lined, white-sand beaches, mangroves, and tropical rainforests. Coral reefs supporting marine life such as sharks and rays make for popular diving and snorkeling sites. Indigenous Andaman Islanders inhabit the more remote islands, many of which are off-limits to visitors.
- Accommodation with breakfast
- All Transfers Private Vehicle
- Meals –Lunch and Dinner Indian Restaurant
- Japan Visa
- Additional Services
- Food & Drinks
DAY 1:- CARBYN COVE BEACH, CELLULAR JAIL, SOUND AND LIGHT SHOW. NIGHT STAY IN
DAY 2:- ONWARDS JOURNEY TO HAVEOCK (SWARAJ DWEEP), RADHANAGAR BEACH. NIGHT
STAY IN HAVELOCK.
DAY 3:- RETURN TO PORT BLAIR, CHIDYATAPU BEACH. NIGHT STAY IN PORT BLAIR.
DAY 4:- CITY TOUR AND SHOPPING. NIGHT STAY IN PORT BLAIR.
DAY 5:- DEPARTURE FROM PORT BLAIR.
Our representative will receive you at Veer Savarkar Airport, Port Blair, and will escort you to the hotel, he will also assist you in doing hotel check-in formalities. After check-in and a little relax, you will be taken to the following places.
Corbyns’ Cove Beach: The Corbyns’ Cove, is a serene and unspoiled soft sandy beach, set in a picturesque background of lush green coconut palms and a pleasant blue sea. The main attractions of this beach are the inviting water sports. The Corbyns’ Cove beach, situated 8 km from the City center is the closest Beach to the city. This coconut palm-fringed beach is ideal for swimming and sunbathing.
Cellular Jail: This historic building was built in the 19th century to look like a wheel with seven spokes. Today only three wings of the seven remain. It took 10 years to complete. It is called ‘Cellular’ because it is “Cells beyond Cells”.
Sound & Light Show: At the National Memorial ‘Cellular Jail’ you can attend the Sound & Light Show where the heroic saga of the Indian Freedom Struggle is brought alive by the means of light and sound at the jail premises, presented in English and Hindi, which takes you back to the British Era.
Night stay at Port Blair.
In the morning you will be escorted to Phoenix Bay Harbor to board the ferry which will take you to Havelock Island.
Havelock Island: The Island is named after a British Army Officer. The island offers state-of-the-art facilities for snorkeling and scuba diving. Havelock is famous for its white sand and crystal clear and transparent waters.
At the Harbour our representative will receive you and will escort you to the hotel for check-in, after check-in, he will escort you to Radhanagar Beach which is Asia’s 7th most beautiful beach. At Radhanagar Beach you can go swimming or just get your feet wet and admire the serene beauty of the beach.
NIGHT STAY IN HAVELOCK (SWARAJ DWEEP)
Morning proceeds to Havelock jetty to catch a boat to Elephanta Beach, the best for doing snorkeling and water sports activities.
At Port Blair Harbour our representative will receive you and escort you towards the Hotel for check-in. After lunch, our representative will guide you towards, Chidya Tapu Beach.
NIGHT STAY IN PORT BLAIR
Samudrika Museum: It is run by the Indian Navy. The museum has seven sections presenting Geographical information, Marine life, Archaeology, and the people of Andaman. It has a good collection of shells, corals, and a few colorful fishes.
Anthropological Museum: It was started in the year 1975-76. It illustrates the four Negrioto Tribes of the Andamanese viz; the Jarawas, Sentinels, Great Andamanese, the Onges, and two Mongoloid tribes of the Nicobar Viz; the Nicobariese and the Shompens. It not only describes the lifestyle of the nomadic tribes of Andaman and Nicobar Island but also defines their stage-by-stage development till the present age. The articles on display are the various handicrafts, tools, weapons, arts and crafts, and photographs, etc.
Chatham Saw Mill: It is one of the oldest and largest Saw Mill in Asia lying on a tiny island connected by a bridge over a stretch of sea water. It was set up in 1883. It is owned by the government. It is still using the machinery set up initially by the British for wood processing. It was targeted by the invading Japanese forces in March 1942.
Fisheries Museum: It has 350 different species of marine life. The different kinds of marine life on display have been collected from the Bay of Bengal and the Indo-Pacific Ocean. It is situated adjacent to the Rajiv Gandhi Water Sports Complex, Port Blair.
Check out and pick up from the hotel and transfer to Port Blair Airport / Harbour for your onward journey, carrying wonderful memories.