Andaman & Nicobar Islands is a group of over 572 Islands, islets and rocks(36 of which are inhabited) in the Bay of Bengal, South-East of the Indian mainland. The Andaman & Nicobar Islands is nearer to Myanmar, Indonesia and Thailand than to the Indian mainland.Andaman & Nicobar Islands stretches over a length of more than 800 kms from North to South. Some of the large Islands are Middle Andaman, North Andaman, South Andaman, Baratang and Little Andaman islands. The northern most point is Landfall Island and the southern most, Indira Point.
The Andaman Islands are an archipelago in India’s Bay of Bengal. These roughly 300 islands are known for their palm-lined, white-sand beaches, mangroves and rain forested interiors. Surrounded with coral reefs that support marine life including sharks and rays, they're destinations for scuba diving and snorkeling. They're also popular for water skiing, windsurfing and fishing. Oceanside camping and hiking is possible on some islands.
Havelock Island: Some 2.5 hours (54 kms) away from Port Blair, Havelock offers the best diving and snorkeling sites & unspoiled sandy beaches. People can reach Havelock Island through ship and regular ship service run between Port Blair and Havelock. At Havelock Island, you can visit beaches of Radhanagar and Elephant beach. On Elephant beach, people can even watch training of elephants and elephants swimming in sea. People can also explore other adventures activities like scuba diving, snorkeling and sight seeing etc.Scuba diving is probably the biggest activity on Havelock island other than lying around and eating seafood.
Neil Island: A marvelous Island with plenty of marine life, Neil Island is an ideal location for eco-tourism. Neil Island is also known as the vegetable bowl of Andaman. The sandy beaches at Sitapur, Bharatpur and Lakshmanpur are very attractive for spending the evenings. The breathtaking view of sea and the lusting greeneries in the island is really rejuvenating and enjoyable for enthusiastic travelers. Neil Island is connected by regular Boat service from Port Blair. Neil Island is also famous for snorkeling. Another famous activity carried out at the Neil Islands is fishing and angling.
Arrival at Port Blair and transfer to respective hotel. Start with visit to Corbyn’s Cove Beach - 7 kms from Port Blair - a coconut palm fringed beach, ideal for swimming, sun-basking & bathing. Late evening witness the enthralling Sound and Light Show at Cellular Jail - where the heroic saga of the Indian freedom struggle is brought alive. Overnight stay at respective Hotel / Resort at Port Blair
Sightseeing Covered: Corbyn Cove / Cellular Jain / Light & Sound Show
After breakfast, Visit Ross Island (Wed closed) , the former residential and administrative island of the British during their rule of South East Asia, was nick named the Paris of the East. This island was completely destroyed in an earthquake, now in ruins. You could see the Deer walking by your side and the peacocks. After lunch start off for a half-day "City Tour" (Mon closed) of Port Blair - covering Chatham Saw Mill (one of the oldest & largest in Asia- Now closed), Forest Museum, Fisheries (Marine) Museum, Anthropological Museum, Samundrika Museum &Sagarika Emporium. Afternoon is free for shopping and other own activities. Overnight stay at respective Hotel / Resort at Port Blair.
Sightseeing Covered : Ross Island (Wed. Closed) / City Tour (Mon. Closed) / Shopping
Early morning departure by ferry to Havelock Island (54 kms by sea from Port Blair). It takes approx 4 hrs to reach the island. Enjoy your afternoon at Beach number 7 on the western coast, better known as "The Radha Nagar Beach’’. It is one of the most popular beaches on Havelock and was named "Best Beach in Asia" by Time in 2004. Overnight stay at respective Hotel / Resort at Havelock Island.
Sightseeing Covered : Havelock &Radha Nagar Beach
Day free for own activity. (Optional Tour: Elephant Beach). Overnight stay at respective Hotel / Resort at Havelock Island.
Sightseeing Covered : Elephant Beach Optional / Havelock
After check out at 9am, visit to the nearly Kala Pathar Beach. The beach gets its name from the surrounding village, which is Kala Pathar Village and the black rocks. Sail for Port Blair in the evening. Upon return from Havelock Island, transfer to Hotel. Overnight stay at respective Hotel / Resort at Port Blair.
Sightseeing Covered : Kala Pathar Beach
Early morning departure to Baratang (Trip on sharing basis by tourist coach bus) (Mon closed).It holds the natures best treasures gifted to the Islands. The Road journey from Port Blair to Baratang is through a dense jungle, enroute you can see the oldest tribes of India-“Jarwas” if you are lucky enough. Later visit Limestone caves and Mud volcano. Evening return back to Port Blair. Overnight stay at respective Hotel / Resort at Port Blair.
Sightseeing Covered :Baratang Island (Mon. Closed)
Trip to Wandoor beach for Jolly Buoy Island / Red skin (Mon closed). This marine national park is made-up of open sea, creeks and 15 small and large islands, is the best found anywhere in the world. Viewing of rare corals and underwater marine life through glass bottom boat is a lifetime experiences for anyone. Snorkeling is also provided here. Please carry lunch pack and drinking water, changing dress for the day trip or advised. After the completion of the coral island tour, return back to respective Hotel in Port Blair. Overnight stay at respective Hotel / Resort at Port Blair.
Sightseeing Covered :Jollybuoy or Red Skin (Mon Closed)
Return home with memories of the ultimate holidays.