Highlights

DAY 01: MUMBAI- PORT BLAIR

DAY 02: PORT BLAIR- HAVELOCK ISLAND

DAY 03: HAVELOCK ISLAND - PORT BLAIR

DAY 04: PORT BLAIR - NORTH BAY (CORAL ISLAND) - ROSS ISLAND PORT BLAIR

DAY 05: PORT BLAIR- MUMBAI

Itinerary

DAY 01: MUMBAI- PORT BLAIR

  • Upon arrival at Port Blair Airport, transfer to the hotel.
  • Later proceed to the famous national memorial, Cellular Jail followed by light & Sound show.
  • Oveight stay at Port Blair Hotel/Resort.

 

DAY 02: PORT BLAIR- HAVELOCK ISLAND

  • Early moing, proceed to Port Blair Harbour to board cruise connecting to Havelock Island.

With Beautiful sandy beaches fringed by green canopy of rainforest, Havelock Island beckons everyone to enjoy the fun of azure blue sea.

  • On arrival at Havelock Jetty proceed to world famous Radhanagar Beach which shot to global fame when Times Magazine rated this beach as finest beach in Asia.
  • Later visit Govindnagar Beach which is a narrow beach and is famous for Scuba diving (Optional). The sea here is very calm and quite shallow.
  • Oveight stay at Havelock Hotel/Resort.

 

DAY 03: HAVELOCK ISLAND - PORT BLAIR

  • After breakfast, proceed to Havelock Jetty to board cruise to Port Blair.
  • On arrival at Port Blair Harbour, transfer to hotel. Later proceed for half day Port Blair sight-seeing visiting Anthropoligical Museum, Fisheries Museum, Samudrika Museum (Naval Marine Museum) & Corbynâ Cove Beach which is a picturesque beach ideal for swimming and sun basking.
  • Oveight stay at Port Blair Hotel/Resort.

 

DAY 04: PORT BLAIR - NORTH BAY (CORAL ISLAND) - ROSS ISLAND PORT BLAIR

  • After breakfast, embark on a daylong 02 island cruise (Ross Island & North Bay Island).

Ross Island the erstwhile capital of Port Blair during the British regime and now stands as a ruin of the bygone days with the old structures almost in debris. North Bay (Coral Island) offers beautiful scenic view of open sea and provides lifetime experience of Snorkelling (Optional) and view of colourful rare corals and underwater marine life through glass bottom boats.

  • Retu back to Port Blair.
  • Oveight stay at Port Blair Hotel/Resort.

 

DAY 05: PORT BLAIR- MUMBAI

  • After breakfast pack your baggages
  • Check-out and proceed on time to board your flight.

Inclusion & Exclusion

INCLUSIONS

  • Well-appointed A/c room Accommodation in above mentioned hotels.
  • A/c Vehicle for all transfer & Sightseeing at all the places/islands but not at disposal basis.
  • Breakfast at all the hotels.
  • All entry permits, entry tickets to all sight-seeing points, ferry tickets and forest area permits wherever applicable.
  • Private Cruise tickets (Base Category/Subject to Availability) from Port Blair - Havelock Island - Port Blair. 

EXCLUSIONS

  • Any meals other than those mentioned above.
  • Any Airfare.
  • Any portage at airports and hotels, tips, insurance, wine, mineral water, telephone charges, and all items of personal nature.
  • Any services not specifically mentioned in the inclusions. 

Accommodation

1) DESTINATION-  PORT BLAIR

ECONOMY- SHREESH 

STANDARD- ISLANDER INN 

DELUXE- TSG EMERALD VIEW 

SUPERIOR- THE NORTH REEF 

PREMIUM- SEASHELL

 

2) DESTINATION- HAVELOCK ISLAND

ECONOMY-  RADHAKRISHNA RESORT 

STANDARD- HOLIDAY INN BEACH RESORT  

DELUXE- OCEAN PEARL BEACH RESORT 

SUPERIOR- TSG BLUE RESORT  

PREMIUM- SEASHELL

Pricing & Dates

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Destination Info

ANDAMAN ISLAND

CAPITAL- PORT BLAIR

With its breathtakingly beautiful coastline, lush forested interior, fantastic diving possibilities and far-flung location, the Andaman Islands are a perfect place to ramble around or simply chill out on sun-toasted beaches.

Its shimmering turquoise waters are surrounded by primeval jungle and mangrove forest, and its sugar-white beaches melt under glorious flame-and-purple sunsets. The population is a friendly mix of South and Southeast Asian settlers, as well as Negrito ethnic groups whose arrival here still has anthropologists somewhat baffled. Adding to the intrigue is its remote location, some 1370km from the Indian mainland, meaning the islands are geographically more Southeast Asia – just 150km from Indonesia and 190km from Myanmar.

Comprising 572 islands, only a dozen or so are open to tourists, Havelock by far being the most popular for its splendid beaches and diving. The Nicobar Islands are strictly off limits to tourists, as are the various patches of tribal areas.


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