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Andaman and Nicobar tour places consist mainly of beautiful beaches and hills. Radhanagar Beach in Havelock Island is one such important tourist spot. The beach was given the title of Aisa's Best Beach by the Times Magazine. The Cellular Jail or 'Kaala Paani', is an old jail, which used by the British to exile many notable freedom fighters, such as Batukeshwar Dutt, Yogendra Shukla, and Vinayak Damodar Savarkar. Laxmanpur Beach, in the Havelock Island, is a long beach divided into two beaches- Laxmanpur Beach I, famous for sunrise and sunsets at the beach; and Laxmanpur Beach II, known for the natural arch bridge, which is also known as the Howrah Bridge. Andaman and Nicobar Islands houses many national parks, out of which the Mount Harriet National Park, is the most famous and most beautiful. Viper Island was another place used by the British to house freedom fighters, long before Cellular Jail in Port Blair was constructed. Port Blair also houses two museums that elaborate the rich history of this Union Territory- the Anthropological Museum and Samudrike Naval Marine museum. Barren Island gets its name because this island is largely uninhabited. The only active volcano in the Indian Subcontinent is present here and the frequent volcanic eruptions make this place uninhabitable. If you do not mind a long journey, the naturally formed Limestone Caves near Baratang Island are a very popular tourist destination among the Andaman and Nicobar tour places.

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4N Port Blair | 1N Havelock Island
   Starting Point

Port Blair

   Drop Point

Port Blair

  • Andaman & Nicobar Islands

    Andaman and Nicobar tour places consist mainly of beautiful beaches and hills. Radhanagar Beach in Havelock Island is one such important tourist spot. The beach was given the title of Aisa's Best Beach by the Times Magazine. The Cellular Jail or 'Kaala Paani', is an old jail, which used by the British to exile many notable freedom fighters, such as Batukeshwar Dutt, Yogendra Shukla, and Vinayak Damodar Savarkar. Laxmanpur Beach, in the Havelock Island, is a long beach divided into two beaches- Laxmanpur Beach I, famous for sunrise and sunsets at the beach; and Laxmanpur Beach II, known for the natural arch bridge, which is also known as the Howrah Bridge. Andaman and Nicobar Islands houses many national parks, out of which the Mount Harriet National Park, is the most famous and most beautiful. Viper Island was another place used by the British to house freedom fighters, long before Cellular Jail in Port Blair was constructed. Port Blair also houses two museums that elaborate the rich history of this Union Territory- the Anthropological Museum and Samudrike Naval Marine museum. Barren Island gets its name because this island is largely uninhabited. The only active volcano in the Indian Subcontinent is present here and the frequent volcanic eruptions make this place uninhabitable. If you do not mind a long journey, the naturally formed Limestone Caves near Baratang Island are a very popular tourist destination among the Andaman and Nicobar tour places.

HIGHLIGHTS
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  • Day 1 - Arrive at Port Blair

    Welcome to the capital city of Blue Seas, Pristine Islands and Colonial Past – Port Blair. Upon arrival at the airport, our representative will escort you to the hotel for check-in. Lose yourself in the picturesque shimmering beaches, coves of turquoise blue waters and a bit of history and experience the togetherness while on the island expeditions. 

    Next, you will be taken to the most famed and historically significant monument of Port Blair, that is the Cellular Jail also referred to as Kala Pani. Explore numerous cells and the architecture that was brilliantly built during those times. Following evening head for the Light and Sound show at the Jail. This show recreates the hardships of the Indian freedom fighters of those days and shows what they had gone through. 

    Let us Conclude the tour here and get a ride back to the hotel for a relaxed stay.

  • Day 2 - Port Blair * Ross and North Bay Island (Coral Island)

    Wake up early for the sumptuous breakfast. Later, embark on the most memorable trip to Ross Island - North Bay Island. 

    Cruise along the inviting glimmering waters with the ferry towards the serene and remote islands holding a unique charm for the explorers.

    Once you reach Ross Island, you will witness the appealing island and its nature with marine wildlife. Ross Island once was the administrative headquarters of the British capital, now the island is under the Indian Navy and stands as a relic from times gone by. A small museum exhibits pictures and other antiques of the Britishers, in relevance to these islands.

    Next, you will also be visiting the famous North Bay Island, famously known as the Coral Island for its pristine and gorgeous coral life. This Island has everything from adventurous water sports, fascinating coral reefs to panoramic landscapes that makes it a popular destination among the travel buffs. Spend your day relishing the riveting water sports such as jet skiing, scuba diving and snorkelling or just soak in the charm of its captivating aura.

    After an amazing day spent on island, head back to the hotel for a comfortable stay.

  • Day 3 - On to Swaraj Dweep [Havelock Island]

    Bon Appetit!!, step out and enjoy the pristine beauty of the island that goes extraordinary when it comes to serenity and natural grandeur. 

    Today you will be availing a ferry transfer to Havelock Island. Havelock Island is home to many beaches, each one of which is more charming than the others in its own special way. Some of these beaches are even classified as the most beautiful ones in Asia and it is no surprise. 

    Upon arrival at the island, you will be escorted to the hotel, unwind and revive yourself. 

  • Day 4 - Swaraj Dweep [Havelock Island] to Port Blair

    Wake up to a beautiful morning, relish the hearty breakfast at the hotel. Immerse in the astonishing sights of Asia’s 7th most beautiful beach also known as Beach No. 7 – Radhanagar Beach. With its vast silver shoreline, turquoise waters and lush green trees, this beach is truly a visual treat. 

    Post spending quality time at this pristine beach, let us drive you back to the Havelock ferry terminal as its time to return to Port Blair via ferry

    Upon arrival at Port Blair a pre-arranged vehicle will drop you to the hotel for a peaceful night stay. 

  • Day 5 - Port Blair

    Today, after breakfast, we proceed for the tour of Port Blair city which includes Chatham Saw Mill (the oldest and biggest mill in Asia), Forest Museum, Samudrika (Naval Marine Museum), Science Centre, Anthropological Museum, which displays the tools, models habitats, art and handcrafts of the aboriginal tribes of Andaman & Nicobar Islands.

    Later we proceed to Corbyn’s Cove Beach, it’s a serene and unspoiled soft sandy beach, set in picturesque background of lush green coconut palms and pleasant blue sea. And is situated 8 km from the City Centre is the closest Beach from the city.

    In evening, we proceed to Sagarika Emporium, Best place to engage in an endless spree of shopping. A prime location in Port Blair, this is a must visit for all. Situated at the Centre of the city this store deals in wide variety of arts and handicraft that have been developed by self-employed locals. Products are available at a discounted price that will enable you to save a ton of money. Useful and innovative articles such as t-shirts, pepper and salt shakers made from shells, handbags, pearl jewellery, tea cups, bangles and lampshades made out of coconut shells are the perfect gifts to take back home. You can also store these artifacts as souvenirs of your visit to this beautiful island.

    Rest of the Evening is at leisure.

  • Day 6 - Depart Port Blair

    After a delicious breakfast, check out from the hotel. You’ll be transferred to the Airport in Port Blair for your onward journey as it’s time to say goodbye to Andaman with lots of wonderful memories.

Inclusions
  • Accommodation on twin sharing basis as per the listed or similar category hotels.
  • To and fro Airport drops in the air-conditioned vehicle.
  • To and fro drive in the air-conditioned vehicle to all major sightseeing as per the itinerary.
  • Breakfast at all hotels and all the days, except for Breakfast on day 01.
  • All Entry Permits/ Tickets, Ferry Tickets and forest area permit wherever applicable as per the itinerary.
  • Assistance at all arrival and departure points.
  • All applicable taxes i.e., hotel and transportation taxes included.

Exclusions
  • Govt. Tax of 5.00% over and above the Tour Cost mentioned.
  • Any transport services to or from your originating place to Ex hub as per itinerary.
  • Any Air, Train, Bus or Cruise fares to or from your originating place, unless specified.
  • Entrance fees of all sightseeing places to be visited from inside.
  • Any increase in Fuel Price and any applicability of new taxes from the Government.
  • Any upgrade in the hotel or its room category and cost of pre or post tour hotel accommodation.
  • Cost of Insurance.
  • Any extra expense such as route change, airline change, travel date change, accommodation facilities, etc. incurred due to the unforeseen, unavoidable forced majeure circumstances during the tour.
  • Porterage (coolie charges), tips, laundry, telephone charges, shopping, Sanctuary Park Fees, Camera Fee, Elephant / Horse / Pony Ride, Boat Ride, wines & alcoholic beverages, mineral water, items of personal nature and food or beverages.
  • Any extra cost incurred on behalf of an individual due to illness, accident, hospitalisation, or any personal emergency.
  • Any services or activity charges other than those included in the group tour itinerary.
  • Anything specifically not mentioned in the ‘tour price includes’ column.
  • Any extra sightseeing, services or activity charges other than those included in itinerary. Any cost incurred for such requirements should be borne by the guests.

What are some 'must-knows before traveling to Andaman and Nicobar Islands?

·        It is advised to carry around some cash with you before reaching the islands since ATMs are not frequently available there.

·        BSNL and Airtel are the only networks available in the Territory, so it might be difficult to get connectivity for any other network service.

·        It is advised to book the ferry first and hotels later, since the ferries get canceled at times due to bad weather.

·        Booking the ferry only after a time-gap of 1.5-2 hours after landing is advised.

·        Prices for flights, ferries, and hotels in Andaman and Nicobar tend to rise at the last moment, so it is advised to make your bookings in advance.

·        Some protected areas might require permission while traveling there, for Indian citizens as well as foreign travelers.

What can you do in Andaman and Nicobar Islands?

Sandy beaches and tranquil waters are the only things that come to mind while you think of Andaman and Nicobar? Rest assured, the Territory offers many thrilling adventures for those who crave the adrenaline rush. Havelock Island is the ideal spot for scuba diving, for the novice as well as experienced divers. Numerous islands offer snorkeling with programs for beginner, intermediate and advanced swimmers. In a nutshell, the Islands are the best place for water babies that seek adventure. Now, you may ask, what if I am none of them? Well, Andaman and Nicobar never discriminate, so for those who stay away from the adrenaline rush, taking a walk along the beach or just relaxing on the side of the beach with a refreshment can rejuvenate you too.

How to reach Andaman and Nicobar Islands?

Being an isolated cluster of Islands on the Bay of Bengal, Andaman and Nicobar Islands can only be reached via flights or waterways. Flights from major cities of India connect Port Blair at the Veer Savarkar International Airport. Ships from Chennai, Vizag, and Kolkata are available if you want to travel through waterways. The ships take around 60-70 hours and sail 3-4 times a month. The Islands have government and private ferries for tourists to travel within the territory.

What is the best time to visit Andaman and Nicobar Islands?

Summers in Andaman and Nicobar can be very humid along with frequent rains. Although the temperature is not very high, summers can lead to dehydration. Monsoons are also advised to be avoided since the heavy rainfalls in some regions and the unpredictable waves can cause the ferries to be canceled. October and November is the best time to visit the Islands since the weather is dry and pleasant. So, you must plan your Andaman and Nicobar tour package during these months.

What to pack when traveling to Andaman and Nicobar Islands?

The pandemic has made it necessary to carry masks and sanitizers while traveling at all times. A negative RT-PCR test and Vaccine Certificates are also necessary. Other than these, basic hygiene supplies and prescribed medicines should be carried. Sunscreen and insect repellants are also necessary to protect you from the sun and bugs. Since, Andaman and Nicobar have warm weather all year round, carrying light, comfortable clothes are advised. Comfortable slippers or flip-flops make it easier to walk at the beaches.

What is the median Andaman and Nicobar accommodation package?

The Andaman and Nicobar tour packages depend highly on your preferences. The territory offers varieties of hotels, from cheap guesthouses to deluxe five stars. Dorm beds and cheap guest houses are available at the range of INR700-INR1000. Other accommodation ranges from INR1500 to INR20,000 per night. Water activities at Andaman and Nicobar range from INR1000 to INR4000 depending on the activity you are choosing. The food budget ranges from INR500 to INR2000, depending on the luxury of the restaurant. 

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2N Port Blair | 2N Havelock Island | 1N Neil Island
   Starting Point

Port Blair

   Drop Point

Port Blair

  • Andaman & Nicobar Islands

    Andaman and Nicobar tour places consist mainly of beautiful beaches and hills. Radhanagar Beach in Havelock Island is one such important tourist spot. The beach was given the title of Aisa's Best Beach by the Times Magazine. The Cellular Jail or 'Kaala Paani', is an old jail, which used by the British to exile many notable freedom fighters, such as Batukeshwar Dutt, Yogendra Shukla, and Vinayak Damodar Savarkar. Laxmanpur Beach, in the Havelock Island, is a long beach divided into two beaches- Laxmanpur Beach I, famous for sunrise and sunsets at the beach; and Laxmanpur Beach II, known for the natural arch bridge, which is also known as the Howrah Bridge. Andaman and Nicobar Islands houses many national parks, out of which the Mount Harriet National Park, is the most famous and most beautiful. Viper Island was another place used by the British to house freedom fighters, long before Cellular Jail in Port Blair was constructed. Port Blair also houses two museums that elaborate the rich history of this Union Territory- the Anthropological Museum and Samudrike Naval Marine museum. Barren Island gets its name because this island is largely uninhabited. The only active volcano in the Indian Subcontinent is present here and the frequent volcanic eruptions make this place uninhabitable. If you do not mind a long journey, the naturally formed Limestone Caves near Baratang Island are a very popular tourist destination among the Andaman and Nicobar tour places.

HIGHLIGHTS
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Neil
  • Day 1 - Arrival Port Blair

    Welcome to the capital city of Blue Seas, Pristine Islands and Colonial Past – Port Blair. Upon arrival at the airport, our representative will escort you to the hotel for check-in. Lose yourself in the picturesque shimmering beaches, coves of turquoise blue waters and a bit of history and experience the togetherness while on the island expeditions. 

    Today we will drive you to an unspoiled beach - Corbyn’s Cove. Apart from being a natural treasure is also the most desirable location for enjoying water sports activities from Jet skiing to boating, surfing to swimming, there are boundless ways by which you can satisfy your adventure thirst here.

    Next, you will be taken to the most famed and historically significant monument of Port Blair, that is the Cellular Jail also referred to as Kala Pani. Explore numerous cells and the architecture that was brilliantly built during those times. Following evening head for the Light and Sound show at the Jail. This show recreates the hardships of the Indian freedom fighters of those days and shows what they had gone through. 

    Let us Conclude the tour here and get a ride back to the hotel for a relaxed stay.

  • Day 2 - On to Swaraj Dweep [Havelock Island]

    Bon Appetit!!, step out and enjoy the pristine beauty of the island that goes extraordinary when it comes to serenity and natural grandeur. 

    Today you will be availing a ferry transfer to Havelock Island. Havelock Island is home to many beaches, each one of which is more charming than the others in its own special way. Some of these beaches are even classified as the most beautiful ones in Asia and it is no surprise. If you are into incredible vistas, quiet environs and soothing atmosphere, then you have landed at the right place.

    Upon arrival at the island, you will be escorted to the hotel, unwind and revive yourself. 

  • Day 3 - Swaraj Dweep [Havelock Island]

    Relish the tasty breakfast at the hotel and get ready to begin your journey towards Radhanagar Beach. Let us get engrossed in the astonishing sights of Radhanagar Beach. Also known as “Beach No. 7”, Asia’s 7th most beautiful beach. With its vast silver shoreline, turquoise waters and lush green trees, this beach is truly a visual treat. 

    After an exciting day at this pristine beach, let's drive back to the hotel for a relaxed stay.

  • Day 4 - On to Shaheed Dweep [Neil Island]

    Relish the lip-smacking breakfast at the hotel, check-out and we will drive you to the harbour to board a ferry towards Shaheed Dweep [Neil Island]. Neil Island is another charming natural paradise with its own exceptional appeal, features like crystal clear waters, marine life and exquisite corals and glorious sunsets and sunrises across the ocean makes it a blissful delight.

    Upon arrival our tour representative will assist you to your respective resort. 

    After a while proceed to visit the beyond doubt and most visited sandy beaches and these beaches are named after the characters of Indian mythology. Bharatpur Beach - Greenery and vast sandy seaside is just like cool liniment on tired eyes. Among the stunning beaches of Neil, the Sitapur Beach merits a special mention. Also known as sunrise beach and watching sunrise at the beach can be an incredible experience. Last but not least visit Laxmanpur Beach - A lovely waterfront, white shell and sand beach is just perfect for enjoying long strolls.

    Overnight in Shaheed Dweep [Neil Island]

  • Day 5 - On to Port Blair

    Savour a lavish breakfast and get ready for a cruise along the inviting twinkling waters with the ferry towards the tranquil Island - Port Blair via ferry. Post arriving at Port Blair harbour, our representative will escort to your hotel. 

    Rest of the evening is at leisure.

  • Day 6 - Depart Port Blair

    After a delicious breakfast, check out from the hotel. You’ll be transferred to the Airport in Port Blair for your onward journey as it’s time to say goodbye to Andaman with lots of wonderful memories.

Inclusions
  • Accommodation on twin sharing basis as per the listed or similar category hotels
  • To and fro Airport drops in the air-conditioned vehicle
  • To and fro drive in the air-conditioned vehicle to all major sightseeing as per the itinerary
  • Breakfast at all hotels and all the days, except for Breakfast on day 01
  • All Entry Permits/ Tickets, Ferry Tickets and forest area permit wherever applicable as per the itinerary. 
  • Assistance at all arrival and departure points. 
  • All applicable taxes i.e., hotel and transportation taxes included. 

Exclusions
  • Govt. Tax of 5.00% over and above the Tour Cost mentioned
  • Any transport services to or from your originating place to Ex hub as per itinerary
  • Any Air, Train, Bus or Cruise fares to or from your originating place, unless specified
  • Entrance fees of all sightseeing places to be visited from inside
  • Any increase in Fuel Price and any applicability of new taxes from the Government
  • Any upgrade in the hotel or its room category and cost of pre or post tour hotel accommodation.
  • Cost of Insurance. 
  • Any extra expense such as route change, airline change, travel date change, accommodation facilities, etc. incurred due to the unforeseen, unavoidable forced majeure circumstances during the tour. 
  • Porterage (coolie charges), tips, laundry, telephone charges, shopping, Sanctuary Park Fees, Camera Fee, Elephant / Horse / Pony Ride, Boat Ride, wines & alcoholic beverages, mineral water, items of personal nature and food or beverages. 
  • Any extra cost incurred on behalf of an individual due to illness, accident, hospitalisation, or any personal emergency. 
  • Any services or activity charges other than those included in the group tour itinerary. 
  • Anything specifically not mentioned in the ‘tour price includes’ column. 
  • Any extra sightseeing, services or activity charges other than those included in itinerary. Any cost incurred for such requirements should be borne by the guests. 

What are some 'must-knows before traveling to Andaman and Nicobar Islands?

·        It is advised to carry around some cash with you before reaching the islands since ATMs are not frequently available there.

·        BSNL and Airtel are the only networks available in the Territory, so it might be difficult to get connectivity for any other network service.

·        It is advised to book the ferry first and hotels later, since the ferries get canceled at times due to bad weather.

·        Booking the ferry only after a time-gap of 1.5-2 hours after landing is advised.

·        Prices for flights, ferries, and hotels in Andaman and Nicobar tend to rise at the last moment, so it is advised to make your bookings in advance.

·        Some protected areas might require permission while traveling there, for Indian citizens as well as foreign travelers.

What can you do in Andaman and Nicobar Islands?

Sandy beaches and tranquil waters are the only things that come to mind while you think of Andaman and Nicobar? Rest assured, the Territory offers many thrilling adventures for those who crave the adrenaline rush. Havelock Island is the ideal spot for scuba diving, for the novice as well as experienced divers. Numerous islands offer snorkeling with programs for beginner, intermediate and advanced swimmers. In a nutshell, the Islands are the best place for water babies that seek adventure. Now, you may ask, what if I am none of them? Well, Andaman and Nicobar never discriminate, so for those who stay away from the adrenaline rush, taking a walk along the beach or just relaxing on the side of the beach with a refreshment can rejuvenate you too.

How to reach Andaman and Nicobar Islands?

Being an isolated cluster of Islands on the Bay of Bengal, Andaman and Nicobar Islands can only be reached via flights or waterways. Flights from major cities of India connect Port Blair at the Veer Savarkar International Airport. Ships from Chennai, Vizag, and Kolkata are available if you want to travel through waterways. The ships take around 60-70 hours and sail 3-4 times a month. The Islands have government and private ferries for tourists to travel within the territory.

What is the best time to visit Andaman and Nicobar Islands?

Summers in Andaman and Nicobar can be very humid along with frequent rains. Although the temperature is not very high, summers can lead to dehydration. Monsoons are also advised to be avoided since the heavy rainfalls in some regions and the unpredictable waves can cause the ferries to be canceled. October and November is the best time to visit the Islands since the weather is dry and pleasant. So, you must plan your Andaman and Nicobar tour package during these months.

What to pack when traveling to Andaman and Nicobar Islands?

The pandemic has made it necessary to carry masks and sanitizers while traveling at all times. A negative RT-PCR test and Vaccine Certificates are also necessary. Other than these, basic hygiene supplies and prescribed medicines should be carried. Sunscreen and insect repellants are also necessary to protect you from the sun and bugs. Since, Andaman and Nicobar have warm weather all year round, carrying light, comfortable clothes are advised. Comfortable slippers or flip-flops make it easier to walk at the beaches.

What is the median Andaman and Nicobar accommodation package?

The Andaman and Nicobar tour packages depend highly on your preferences. The territory offers varieties of hotels, from cheap guesthouses to deluxe five stars. Dorm beds and cheap guest houses are available at the range of INR700-INR1000. Other accommodation ranges from INR1500 to INR20,000 per night. Water activities at Andaman and Nicobar range from INR1000 to INR4000 depending on the activity you are choosing. The food budget ranges from INR500 to INR2000, depending on the luxury of the restaurant. 

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