The Andaman Islands are an Indian archipelago in the Bay of Bengal. These roughly 300 islands are known for their palm-lined, white-sand beaches, mangroves and tropical rainforests. Coral reefs supporting marine life such as sharks and rays make for popular diving and snorkeling sites. Indigenous Andaman Islanders inhabit the more remote islands, many of which are off limits to visitors.
6 Nights, 7 Days
Day 1: Arrival at Port Blair
As you arrive at the Port Blair Airport, our tour representative helps you with an assisted transfer to the resort/hotel. Complete the check-in formalities and then relax for a while in your rooms before you embark for sightseeing. Afterwards, get all set for visiting the popular attractions of Port Blair, a lovely bustling town of Andaman and is also the provincial capital. Explore Anthropological Museum- housing a collection of things such as art, models, tools and handicraft items belonging Andamanese aboriginal tribes; Cellular Jail- formerly a Jail used by the British to put freedom fighters behind the bars; Fisheries Museum- home to around 350 species of marine life that can be found in Indo-Pacific Ocean and Bay of Bengal and Science Center, comprising of portable planetarium, Taramandal, green science parks, an exhibition area, a quiz area and more. The last visit of the day is to the Corbyns Cove beach- less frequented beach of tourists, ideal for seclusion-seekers looking for serenity. The evening is scheduled for the Light and Sound Show at Cellular Jail, depicting the story of the freedom struggle brought alive.
Day 2: Port Blair - Ross Island - North Bay Island (Coral Island)
Post breakfast on the day, enjoy a full day excursion to Ross Island and North Bay (Coral Island). Firstly, embark on a boat to arrive at Ross Island, blessed with lovely scenery, it is the former capital of various Andaman Islands and also the erstwhile site for Japanese POW camps. After exploring Ross Island, get transferred to North bay Island (Coral Island) - famed for under water corals. The place is fir snorkeling and scuba diving. Get into a glass bottom boat for having a view at the underwater marine life. Both the islands boast of immensely beautiful scenery.
Night stay in Port Blair
Day 3: Port Blair - Havelock Island
On day of the tour, get ready to visit the very beautiful and tranquil Havelock Island. Board a ferry to arrive at Havelock from Port Blair. On reaching, meet our tour representative who helps you with an assisted transfer to your resort. After the check-in formalities, you are free to explore the island on your own and indulge in the activities of your interest. Popular for its crystal clear water and white sandy beaches, the island is known for offer superb opportunities for snorkeling, scuba diving and kayaking. You are going to love spending time here. Savor the natural scenery and tranquility that is spread all around. Enjoy elephant swimming and trekking here. The experiences are going to be matchless.Stay overnight at Havelock.
Day 4: Havelock Island
Havelock your breakfast and move to the very popular Radhanagar Beach, popular as the 'best beach of Asia' and 'number 7 beach in the world' (by Times Magazine). This picture perfect beach is ideal for leisure walk and relaxing. Just lie down and bask in the glory of the shining sun. Partake in activities like swimming and sea bathing. Do not miss the lovely sunset views here. Spend memorable moments with your loved ones here.Overnight stay at Havelock.
Day 5: Havelock - Port Blair
After Breakfast on the day of the tour, enjoy a visit to Elephant Beach, a popular beach of Havelock Island for a day's trip. The blue and green water, exotic marine life and wonderful corals are the best features if this place. You are going to have an amazing underwater experiences. Try your hand snorkeling here or just relax at the beach. Treat your eyes to the lovely views here. In the evening, back to Port Blair.
Day 6: Port Blair - Mount Harriet - Port Blair
Today, after breakfast, get ready for a visit to Mount Harriet, the highest peak in the South Andaman's, around 365 m high. An amazing place to simply relax while relishing panoramic views of the Sea and the nearby islands. The peak was the summer headquarters of the British Chief Commissioner before impendence. You can also visit the Mount Harriet National Park, home to 90 avifauna species, 12 mammal species, 120 kinds of moths and, 27 species of amphibians and reptiles.Back to Port Blair. The evening is scheduled for shopping. Collect souvenirs and gifts for your loved ones. You can get your hands on Nicobari items such as walking sticks and trays, made from wood.do not miss buying anklets and trinklets made from sea shells. Buying handicrafts is a must.Stay overnight.
Day 7: Departure From Port Blair - Airport Dropping
On the last day, get an assisted transfer to the Airport.