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Port Blair- Havelock Island- Neils Island- Ross Island – North Bay Island- Baratang
TRIP DATES – 27th Feb to 4th Mar 2019
COST – Only Rs.32000 per person on twin sharing basis
Port Blair- Havelock Island- Neils Island- Ross Island – North Bay Island- Baratang Island
- Accommodation in twin sharing basis in 3 star hotels.
- All days breakfast, lunch, dinner and water bottles.
- Travel by AC vehicle ,pick up and drop at Port Blair airport.
- Entry fee at all mentioned sightseeing places.
- Private ferry tickets to Havelock and Neil island.
- Ferry tickets for elephant beach, Baratang, Ross and North Bay Island.
- Local tourist guide.
Note : Flight charges extra we can book the flight for actual cost.
Pick up from Port Blair airport and drop to hotel. After lunch visit Carbyn’s Cove beach, Cellular jail and light and sound show in the evening.
Proceed to Havelock Island. Visit Radhanagar beach and elephant beach . Night stay at Havelock beach.
After breakfast proceed to Neils Island-. Visit Laxmanpur beach, Bharatpur beach and natural beach. After lunch proceed to Port Blair Evening visit ChidiyaTapu and Mundapahad beach.
After breakfast proceed to Ross Island enjoy colourful fishes and corals in a glass bottom boat.
Early morning proceed to Baratang Island visit lime stone cave and mud volcano. Back to hotel.
If time permits can do some shopping in Port Blair. Proceed to airport.
The Andaman and Nicobar Islands
The Andaman and Nicobar Islands is one of the seven union territories of India. The Andaman Island form an archipelago in the Bay of Bengal in India. It has nearly 572 islands of which only 36 are open to tourists.
The breathtaking beaches and under water wonders attracts the tourists from all over the world. The crystal clear water beaches, the coral reefs, colourful fishes, bamboo and coconut trees is a complete package for scenic beauty.
The main attractions of Andamans are Cellular jail, Havelock Island, Neils Island, limestone caves and many more.
Cellular jail also known as Kala Paani was a colonial prison in the Andaman and Nicobar Islands. The people involved in independence activities were imprisoned here.
The construction of the prison started in 1896 and completed in 1906. The building had 7 wings,each wing had 3 stories. In total there were 696 cells. Each cell was 4.5m by 2.7m with a ventilator located at a height of 3m. At present there are only 3 wings left others were destroyed in world war 2. The jail acquired the name cellular because it is made up of individual cells for the solitary confinement. The jail now has been declared as national memorial.
Corbyn’s Cove Beach
It is a serene beach set in picturesque background with pleasant blue sea water and lush green coconut palms.
Various type of water activities attract people from all over the world. The most popular water sports are scuba diving,surfing and boating.
Havelock Island is one of the most famous island,which is a part of Andaman-Nicobar island. This island is named after British general Henry Havelock.
Havelock Island is a picturesque natural island with beautiful white sandy beaches,rich coral reefs and lush green forest. This island is a place for nature lovers,and people who seeks to experience paradise on earth.
The most popular beaches in Havelock Island are Radhanagar beach and elephant beach
Radhanagar beach is one among the best beaches in Asia and ranked 8th among the top ten beautiful beaches in the world.
The turquoise blue sea and white sand makes this beach a perfect spot to bask in the midst of nature’s bounty. The emerald blue waves with white foam necklaces gently caressing the shoreline ,lush green trees on the other horizon is a paradise on earth.
The view of sunrise and sunset from Radhanagar beach is beautiful.
Neils Island is one of the most beautiful island in Andamans island. It is a white sandy beach with unexplored coral reefs, tropical forest and vegetation. It is also known as vegetable Bowl of Andamans.
The beaches in Neil islands are named after the mythical characters of the epic Ramayan. Bharatpur beach, Laxmanpur beach,Sitapur and Ramnagar beach. Bharatpur beach and Laxmanpur beach are most popular beaches in Neils Island.
Neil island is also famous for Howrah bridge which is a unique natural rock formation on the beach.
Neils Island is best suited for those who want to spend a relaxed time in the beaches watching the low tides and sunset.
It is a unique natural rock formation on the beach also known as sea arch. This natural bridge has been formed over a long period of time by the deposition of corals and dead marine lives.
The way to this bridge is challenging, walk over pebbles and the low tides bringing crabs and fishes to the shore. A life time beautiful experience. Bengalis residing there named it Howrah bridge.
Ross Island was the head quarters of British colony, named after British marine surveyor Sir Daniel Ross.
The island is the remains of British colonial era in world war II was destroyed by Japanese bombings. The Indian Navy rebuild some buildings to provide the tourists a feel of bygone era.
In this island deers, peacock and rabbits can be spotted. Japanese bunkers, ruined church and Britishers buildings are also worth visiting.
Baratang Island is located between South and middle Andaman, it is a must visit place among the cluster of islands.
This island is famous for thick mangrove forests, limestone caves and mud volcanoes
The journey to the caves is wonderful one has to cross the mangrove forests and tribal reserves.
This island is must visit place among the cluster of islands.
Limestone caves are massive sedimentary rock formation. It is a rare cave which contain the stalagmites and stalactites rock structures. Its formed by the gradual deposit of ingredients such as corals,shells and marine life skeletons etc.
The formations inside the cave is beautiful some hanging from the top like sandelites and some growing from the bottom. The shape and size of the structures are constantly changing in shape and size. It is one of the best attraction in Andaman tour.
- Round trip flight tickets from home town to Port Blair.
- Tickets for sightseeing and joy rides which are not mentioned above.
- Personal expenses like porter,laundry,beverages, camera fee at sightseeing places, medical expenses, meal not part of the group menu, insurances etc.
- Additional charges for extra day/night stay at hotels.
- Any expenses caused by reasons beyond our control such as road blocks, land slides, accidents and any emergency evacuations.
- We are not responsible for the valuables carried by the individuals.