An attractive vacation spot, Andaman and Nicobar has everything to offer from breathtaking coastlines to exotic creatures. It is the complete deal for exploration and delight giving you many reasons not to miss it. Cellular jails, Havelock Island, Radha Nagar beach, and Marina Park are a great deal for kids as well as adults because of its amazing sight to behold.

    • Wind, dual lodgings with all modern comforts;
    • Accessible, non-disposable luxury personal automobiles with ac anywhere.
    • The meal plan involves breakfast
    • Ferry system and all admission fees (Forest Permit, Entry Tickets).
    • Pick-up and drop-off at all harbors.
    • Sightseeing in Port Blair
    • Round-trip tickets for a private ship from Port Blair to Havelock Island

  • Personal expenses of every kind, including tips, laundry, phone bills, beverages, and shopping.
  • Except as Otherwise Specified, Domestic and International Airfare
  • Activities that are optional, suggested, or unspecified. cameras fees (Still or Moving).
  • Except as otherwise noted, jolly ride and scuba diving.
  • Additionally, unless otherwise stated, lunch and dinner are not included.

Day 1: Cellular Jail & Carbyne’s Cove

Cellular Jail

A colonial prison on the Indian islands of Andaman and Nicobar was known as the Cellular Jail, also known as Kala Pani (Hindi for "Black Water"). The British specifically used the prison to exile political prisoners to the far-flung archipelago. During the fight for India's independence, several notable dissidents, including Batukeshwar Dutt, Yogendra Shukla, and Vinayak Damodar Savarkar, among others, were imprisoned here. The Complex is used as a national memorial monument today.

Carbyne’s Cove

It is the closest beach to the town and is located 7 kilometers south of Port Blair. A pleasant sea and coconut palms surround this soft sandy beach. You might simply lounge around or participate in water sports like boating, sailing, and surfing. These activities are available at the beach's tourism complex. More Information About Corbyn's Cove "Corbyn's Cove Tourism Complex in the Andaman and Nicobar Islands is also ideal for sunbathing and sunbathing. As the water has strong currents, don't try to swim. You don't need to worry about finding lodging or a refreshment facility because there are several restaurants close to the beach. The Peerless Resort, Hornbill Nest Guest House, and Waves Restaurant are a few of the names that are quite well known."

Overnight Stay at Hotel in Port Blair

Day 2: Ross/North Bay Island

North Bay Island

From Port Blair's Jetty, it takes 15 to 20 minutes to go to the Andaman Islands' North Bay. The amenities and water activities like snorkeling and scuba diving on this beach are well-known. The number of tourists visiting North Bay Island is very high due to the abundance of facilities there, including locker rooms for storing valuable items, huts for temporary relaxation, top-notch dining establishments, and affordable water sports. You may reserve the 30-45 minute scuba diving at the jetty itself if you're interested.

(Netaji Subhash Chandra Bose) Ross Island

A Beautiful Place to Visit in the Andaman & Nicobar Islands is Ross Island. If you want to make a day of it by spending hours wandering about its historical significance, this is a lovely place to visit. Ross Island served as the colony's administrative center, and today the British-era homes and buildings there are in ruins. The century-old trees on the island have preserved a few significant landmarks, including the officers' quarters and dilapidated church from the British era. Additionally, the Chief Commissioner's House, the Cathedral, and the Graveyard of the Britishers are some of Ross Island's must-see attractions. If you visit the island now, you will see the most modern technology.

Overnight Stay at Hotel in Port Blair

Day 3: Port Blair to Havelock (Swaraj Dweep)

(Swaraj Dweep) Havelock Island

The largest island that makes up Ritchie's Archipelago is Havelock Island, sometimes referred to as Havelock. One of the few locations in the Union Territory of Andaman and Nicobar Islands where the administration has reportedly encouraged the growth of ecotourism is Havelock Island.

Radhanagar Beach

Without a doubt, the most well-known beach in the Andaman Islands is Radha Nagar. This location sees a lot of tourists because it was named "Asia's Best Beach" and "7th Best Beach in the World" by Time Magazine. It is a truly amazing curve of white sand bordered by lush forest and palm trees and perfectly colored blue waters. You may easily take advantage of this picture-perfect beach by lying down and admiring the sunset or by diving in for a quick swim.

Given its reputation and popularity, one may anticipate large crowds of people rushing to the beach, however, Radha Nagar Beach is very quiet compared to other well-known beaches throughout the globe. Straight down the entrance, it may become rather crowded, however, if you walk a couple of hundred meters to the left or right you will be alone again.

Kalapathar Beach

The popular beach on Havelock Island is Kalapathar Beach. The Kalapathar Village and the Black Rocks that adorn the area's coastline are the sources of the beach's name. Despite the beach's small size, it is quite accessible. Because of the beach's rocks, it is not advised to swim there. The Sunset Views at This Beach Are Mesmerizing. Couples may have a romantic stroll, and family members can spend some quiet time on the beach because it is not congested.

Overnight Stay at Hotel in Havelock

Day4: Havelock Island to Neil Island (Shaheed Dweep)

Bharatpur Beach in Neil

Serene, calm, and white sand define Bharatpur Beach. It is well known for having the most stunning coral reef in the Andaman Islands. The gorgeous fish and lush green vegetation are other draws to this beach. The only location on Neil Island where water sports are practiced is here. Due to the variety of activities available, this beach is ideal for families with children.

Swimming and coral watching are popular beach activities. Glass-bottom boats are available for rent if you want to see the corals underwater. The majority of visitors arrive at this beach in the morning and go snorkeling since they can watch the sunset at Laxmanpur Beach in the evening. It is possible to swim perfectly on this broad sandy stretch and gently curving bay. Even people who cannot swim can take a refreshing dip because the water is so shallow. The beach also offers water sports activities including jet ski rides and scuba diving.

Additionally, there are a lot of stalls selling snacks, coconuts, drinks, and some tourist souvenirs. On the beach, visitors may also find restrooms and changing areas.

Laxmanpur Beach in Neil

For tourists, Laxmanpur Beach serves as the best place to see the sunset. Previously spotless Andaman Beach with a lovely view of Sunset Point.

Laxmanpur Beach is a beautiful waterfront that encircles a sizable portion of Laxmanpur Village. In contrast to the sea's blue color, the beach is covered in a blanket of white shells. The beach is teeming with seashells and corals, which are frequently collected by tourists as souvenirs.

Swimming and sunbathing are simply a handful of the activities that Laxmanpur Beach is perfect for. It's the ideal location for snorkeling as well, with its white shell sand, shallow waters, and dead corals. The tranquility of the beach provides a breathtaking panoramic view, particularly when the sun sets. The expansive beaches turn into the ideal place for an evening stroll where you can enjoy both the divine sunset and the atmosphere of peace and tranquility.

Overnight Stay at Hotel Neil Island

Day5: Neil to Port Blair

Sitapur Beach in Neil

Sitapur Beach, or Beach No. 5, is located at the tip of the island, about 5 kilometers from the market. Also known as "dawn Beach," it is well located to take in the beautiful sunrise every morning. Two curved bays and the clear blue water of this picture-perfect serene beach entice one to go swimming.

Swimming is always possible despite the fact that it is vulnerable to stronger currents and higher tides because of its location. There is plenty of shade provided by the palm trees along the white stretches of soft sand. One may go to the Second Bay during low tide and explore small caves, or they can simply relax and take in the tranquility of Sitapur Beach. Due to the beach's lack of crowds, there are one may only purchase fresh coconuts as of now. If you run out of water or are hungry, there is a resort with a small restaurant 100 meters.

Natural Bridge in Neil

The Natural Bridge is a rock that protrudes from the main wall and has a huge hole in it that was made by years of pounding waves. The surrounding wall withstood the tsunami's brunt and shielded Neil Island from destruction. Another natural bridge is now forming in the far corner. Locally, the bridge is also referred to as Howrah Bridge, a moniker given in jest by the Bengali immigrants for whom Kolkata's Howrah Bridge was the ultimate marvel.

Overnight Stay at Hotel Port Blair

Day 6: Port Blair to Diglipur (Without Any SightSeeing)

Day 7: Diglipur to Ross and Smith Island to Rangat

Diglipur (Ross & Smith Island)

Without a doubt, the majestic twin islands of Ross and Smith connected by a thin, 50-meter-long sand bar are the most famous sight to see in North Andaman. When the tide is high, this silky white sand bar descends into the water; when the tide is low, it resurfaces. The bar separates an amazing diving location from a shallow swimming area. The untouched virgin beaches are among the most picture-perfect ones you'll discover on the islands, and the warm currents are crystal clear.

The beach is rarely crowded, which is the best part since most of the time you can enjoy the entire scene to yourself. Beaches are surrounded by tropical forests, and the inner islands are a favorite location.

Day 8: Rangat to Baratang to Port Blair

Baratang Island (Mud Volcano, Limestone Cave, and Tribals)

Baratang used to be one of the Andaman Islands' most feared destinations since it is unreachable to many visitors and local citizens. Native Jarawa Tribe attacks were regular, stopping anybody from studying their surroundings. As of right now, the Jarawa Tribe Reserve serves as a reserve for Jarawa Tribe members. The government made efforts to gain the trust of the native tribes and help them.

The Andaman Islands' tropical side is shown by the Baratang Island trip. A dense forest, tribal groups, mangroves, donkey rides, beaches, birds, caves, and trekking are all included. Baratang, however, has all of these to offer. Plan a trip to some of these islands to experience the Andaman Islands' tropical side.

Well, many travelers enjoy including Baratang Island's experience in their Andaman and Nicobar Islands honeymoon packages or other Andaman Islands tour packages. You have an option of taking a shared bus tour or a private vehicle to Barantang Island. When booking a Baratang Island Tour, you may choose the kind of transportation that best suits your needs and budget. Please take note that you must report to designated locations in Port Blair at around 3 AM if you are taking a shared bus tour. Typically, Goalghar, Phoenix Bay, Phoenix Bay Jetty, Gandhi Status, Aberdeen Bazaar Clock Tower, Dairy Farm, Bhatu Basti, and Sippighat are the bus pick-up locations.

Day9: Depart from Port Blair

  • Check out of the hotel the next morning after breakfast and depart for the Port Blair Airport with fond memories.
  • Water Sports Recreation The package does not contain any charges; direct payment alone
  • Underwater photography and scuba diving, /-3500 per person
  • Sea Walk featuring Underwater Photography, /-3500 per individual
  • The cost of the Andaman Dolphin Glass Boat Ride is /-1850 per person

Terms & Conditions:

1. Valid ID proof (scan copy) is required for all passengers at the time of booking.

2.5% Advance Booking Payment Without Airfare, 75% Advance Amount When Including Airfare.

3. Cancellation Policy: 25% Without Airfare and 25%+ (the Amount Which Is refunded To the Airline) Refund of Advance Payment for Packages Cancelled Before 25 Days From the Travel Date.

4. Upon Arrival, the Balance Must Be Paid.

5. The company will mail the advance booking invoice and tour package confirmation after receiving the advance booking payment.

6. Online, Neft, RTGS, or Net Banking as the method of payment

7. Jarwa photography is strictly forbidden.

8. All of the aforementioned locations will be covered once. If the person wants to go back to those locations, there will be an additional fee.

Note: if you need any kind of modification or customization of your tour proposal, then Please Feel Free to Contact Us.

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