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Andaman - 7 Days

Andaman and Nicobar Islands are archipelago of India. Beautiful breath-taking coastline, surrounded by lush green and furry forests and amazing place for enjoying water sports activities. Best location to streamline with nature ‘s colourful and exotic marine and aquatic life. So, let’s begin journey  with Karuya BhramanTea to embrace sparling coral reefs and nature’s gifts.

Day 1
CELLULAR Jail, CORBYN’S COVE BEACH

According to Indian History, Cellular Jail is a British prison where political prisoners where sent for exile. It is also known as “Kala Pani Jail”. This jail is about 110 years old, commenced in 1896 and finished in 1906.

The individual cell measurement is 13.5ft×7ft. It consists of a Central tower which connects all the wings. From the highest of this Central tower, a beautiful view encompassing the Islands of Port Blair like Ross Island, Havelock Islands and plenty of more can be seen.

The well-known freedom fighters of India, Veer Savarkar with his brothers, Batukeshwar Dutt and plenty of other strong activists were kept as slaves and however never went back.

In the evening, Cellular Jail Exhibits Sound and Light Show. The show depicts “The Great Indian History of Cellular Jail”.

One of the famous and exotic beach of Andaman (Port Blair) is Corbyn’s Cove Beach. The lush green Coconut and Palm fringe, gives fresh and rejuvenating experience to appraise mother nature. Corbyn’s cove beach is best beach for water sports activities like Speed Boat and Jet Ski (Personal Expenses). This is often one among the foremost visited beach by tourer and the closest busiest beach.

Visit to Sound and Light Show of Cellular Jail reminding about struggle of Indian Freedom Fighters.

Day 2
HAVELOCK ISLAND, RADHANAGAR BEACH (by Cruz)

The foremost well-liked traveller spot of Havelock is Radhanagar beach. This beach has been voted as the Best beach in Asia by the ‘Time-Magazine’ in the year 2004. Radhanagar beach is 2km long with beautiful silky soft silver sand spread with green canopy of rain-fed forests beckons and lunate beach at night. It is fun and frolic at the azure sea.

Day 3
Elephant Beach

After hot and tasty breakfast, a visit to “Elephant Beach” will be schedule and return trip in evening to Port Blair will be by cruise.

Elephant Beach is one of the well-known beach of Havelock Island. The beach enhances its beauty with a crystal clear blue water and sugary silver sand. It is a must visit place in Havelock Island, where adventure and water sports activities can be enjoyed.

Day 4
BARATANG ISLAND

If you’ll VISIT BARATANG THEN..!!

You will be taken to Baratang (about 110 kilometres aside from Port Blair) by road through Andaman’s protected tribal reserve areas. In Baratang you’ll head to Lime Stone Cave.

The Limestone’s cave is about 45 min journey through the dense mangrove forest in black water, once getting off from the powerboat the caves are located 2 kilometres within the forest.

The caves are in itself rare wonders of nature except for the majority, the journey to the caves became a lifetime experience.

Day 5
VISIT 2 ISLAND

ROSS ISLAND: Throughout British time Ross Island was the capital Of Andaman & Nicobar it absolutely was one amongst the exclusive British preserve. Here, there are some old building of British time that relieves us the past of Andaman and Nicobar.

NORTH BAY: North Bay is a far-famed Island because the scene that we see behind of a 20-rupee note is taken from North Bay. At North Bay, you’ll get pleasure from Sea-walk, Scuba Diving, Snorkelling and Corel watching (Personal Expense)

Day 6
City Tour

Passengers will have a town tour during which you’ll get pleasure from visiting some places which explore more and provides insight of Andaman. Includes:

CHATHAM ISLAND: Close to Port Blair, this Island has great historical significance as it is present since Andaman & Nicobar Island began. It was formerly known as “Mark Island”.

The island additionally has one amongst the oldest sawmills in Asia, established in1883. that was destroyed by the Japanese during the World War-II, and therefore the sawmill was reconstructed in the 1950s. It’s still used for producing wood.

NAVEL MUSEUM: Navel Museum also known as ‘Samudrika Marine Museum’ as it is a wonderful and well-planned place for marine and aquatic lovers. A beautiful marine museum welcomed by a large whale skeleton. The museum is full of corals, shells, marine creatures, some exotic species of fishes.

ANTHROPOLOGICAL MUSEUM: This museum provides a walk insight into the planet of pre-inhabitants of the island. The place is very calm and quiet with neat and clean environment.

It explains about the tribes of Andaman Islands with their culture, history and life-style. Anthropological Museum is best place to buy souvenirs and inculcate sweet memories of Andaman Tour.

FISHERIES MUSEUM: India’s Topmost rated museum is Fisheries Museum. It displays over 350 species of marine life starting from little fishes to gigantic fishes.

After Delicious lunch, you’ll BE TAKEN TO

-Chidyatapu: Sunset point.

-Munda Pahad Beach.

Day 7
Departure

Airdrome drop.

Included in Price

  • Accommodation.

Extra Charges

  • Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner.
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Frequently asked Questions

Do we need passport for Travelling to Andaman?

INDIAN Nationals: Andaman Nicobar is part of India and there is no need of passport or permit for Indian citizens to visit Andaman & Nicobar Islands.

What is the best time to go to Andaman?

Early November until mid-May sees the best weather, and often the best diving conditions in Andaman.

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Price From INR  39,000/person
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Total 39,000 INR