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CODE - AND025
Price
27,999 /-$ per person
Duration
7 Days
Destination
Andaman and Nicobar
Travellers
+2
  • Inclusions/Exclusions
  • Itinerary
  • Hotels
  • Destination Overview

What's included

Destination
Andaman and Nicobar Discover Andaman and Nicobar
Price includes
  • All Monuments, Museums, Cultural Events and activities fees as per itinerary
  • All Transportation for local sight-seeing tours by AC Vehicle as per itinerary.
  • Cruise transfers Port Blair –Neil Island - Havelock – Port Blair by private ferry Subject to availability (base category)
  • Return airport/ jetty Transfers in AC vehicle as per itinerary
  • Sightseeing as per itinerary
  • Well-appointed accommodation
Price does not include
  • Any kind of drinks (alcohol, Mineral, aerated, bed tea on tour or any other snack while waiting at airport or waiting for jetty)
  • Any kind of personal expenses or optional tours/extra meals ordered
  • Anything not specifically mentioned under the head “Prices included”
  • Cost incidental to any change in the itinerary / stay on account of flight cancellation due to bad weather, ill health, and / or any factors beyond control.
  • Tours and Sight Seeing : Local tours and experiences

Seagull Andaman Resort

Hotel Seagull in Port Blair, with Andaman Fun Filled 6 Nights and 7 Days is a superb hotel. In Port Blair, Hotel Seagull offers online booking and comfortable living. Contact Hotel Seagull in Port Blair for tariffs.

 

 

 

 

 

 

Havelock – Radhakrishna Resort

The resort offers you its definite impeccable service through the 8 AC eco-friendly cottages, with a true service of resort. The resort enchant your holiday into a memorable treasure that will last forever

 

 

 

 

 

 

Neil Island – Neha Palace

Neil island, a serene destination of Andamans offer sandy beaches and lush green forests. One can enjoy peaceful holidays in the lap of Mother Nature.

  • Day 1
  • Day 2
  • Day 3
  • Day 4
  • Day 5
  • Day 6
  • Day 7
Day 1

Arrival – Port Blair – Cellular Jail - Light & Sound Show

Port Blair

Arrival to Port Blair. Our representative will meet and assist you at the Veer Savarkar Airport. Board the waiting vehicles, drive to your hotel and check in. Later in the afternoon + Cellular jail followed by light and sound show. The Cellular Jail has a pride of place in India’s freedom struggle. Many a stalwart were imprisoned here. Declared a national memorial, this three storey prison constructed by Britishers in 1906, is a pilgrimage destination for freedom fighters. This colossal edifice has mutely witnessed the most treacherous of inhumane atrocities borne by the convicts, who were mostly freedom fighters. The day draws to a gentle close with the Sound and Light Show at the historic Cellular Jail which gives you a vivid experience of its strong association with the freedom fighters and their struggle for independence. Overnight at the Hotel.

Day 2

Port Blair – Havelock

Havelock Island

Today after breakfast you will transfer to Jetty. Head to Havelock Island on board Cruise connecting the two islands! Havelock, about 54 kilometers northeast of Port Blair, the Island is a hidden jewel. Few Indians know of this stunning beach destination in their own backyard while heading for Phuket (in Thailand) across the waters of Andaman Sea. Arrive at Havelock Jetty, you are met and assisted by our representative. Board the waiting vehicles and drive to the hotel. overnight stay AT HAVELOCK.

Day 3

Havelock- visit to Radha Nagar Beach

Havelock Island

Today after breakfast proceed to the Radhanagar Beach, one of the most picturesque beach on the Islands. The beach has also been ranked 07th among the beaches of Asia by the TIME magazine. Return to hotel / resort. Stay Overnight in Havelock Island.

Did you know: Andamans is known for its marine life and it has world class Scuba Dive centers, Scuba doesn’t require swimming skills! Yes, many people do not attempt it thinking that knowing swimming is important, but that’s far from reality. Though we recommend you to book your Scuba in advance, Its safe and reliable.

Day 4

Havelock To Neil Island Visit Laxmanpur and Bharatpura Beach

Neil Island

Morning after breakfast exiting expedition for Neil Islands. On arrival meeting and assistance at Neil Island jetty thereafter leave by surface to Resort. proceed to Bharatpura beach and Laxmanpur beach natural bridge Overnight stay at hotel.

Day 5

Neil Island - Port Blair

Port Blair

Today in the morning have breakfast and Leisure. Afternoon Board the vehicles and drive to Neil Island Jetty. From here sail to Port Blair on board Cruise. Upon Arrival check into the hotel. EVENNING free for shopping   Overnight stay at the Hotel.

Day 6

Port Blair- North bay (Corel Island) – Ross island (Wed - Closed)

Port Blair

Today after breakfast embark on a day long three island cruise. One of the most sought-after activities. It covers a panorama of seven harbors that include the North Bay and Ross island. It leaves a lasting impression. Visit Ross Island. Once the administrative headquarters of the British and capital of these Islands, the island is now under the Indian Navy. It stands now as a ruin of the bygone days with the old structures almost in debris. There is a small museum named Smritika, it holds photographs and the other antiques of the Britishers relevant to these islands. The island is famous for friendly flocks of Deer and lush green walking trails. North Bay, the water lovers may enjoy snorkeling or take a glass bottom boat ride (Optional on direct payment) in its shallow waters with a chance to see corals up close. Return to the hotel. Overnight at the Hotel.

Day 7

Departure

Drop to Airport / Harbour for Return journey with a wonderful holiday memories

More about this tour

Welcome to Andaman

Cellular Jail National Memorial

A former British prison, the Cellular Jail now serves as a shrine to the political dissidents it once imprisoned. Construction began in 1896 and was completed in 1906 – the original seven wings (several of which were destroyed by the Japanese during WWII; only three now remain) contained 698 cells radiating from a central tower. Like many political prisons, it became something of a university for freedom fighters, who exchanged books, ideas and debates despite the walls and wardens.

Controversial Hindu freedom fighter Vinayak Damodar Savarkar was held here from 1914 to 1921 and his former cell is open to visitors.Guides (₹200; one hour) are available to show you around. There’s a fairly cheesy sound-and-light show detailing the jail’s history, in English, at 7.15pm on Monday, Wednesday and Friday – weather permitting.

 

 

Ross & Smith Islands

Like lovely tropical counterweights, the twin islands of Smith and Ross are connected by a slender, dazzlingly white sandbar, and are up there with the best in the Andamans for both swimming and snorkelling. No permits are required for Smith, which is accessed by boat (₹5000 per boat, fits five people) from Aerial Bay, 4km southwest. Theoretically you need a permit for Ross (Indian/foreigner ₹75/1000) once you're on Smith, but as it’s walkable from Smith, permits sometimes aren’t checked.

 

Neil Island

Neil Island is one of India’s Andaman Islands, in the Bay of Bengal. Bharatpur Beach has coral reefs teeming with tropical fish. Laxmanpur Beach is known for its sunset views. Howrah Bridge is a natural rock formation accessible at low tide. Near the island’s wharf is Neil Kendra village, with a curving, sandy bay dotted with boats. Off the southeast coast, the tiny Sir Hugh Rose Island is a sanctuary for turtles.

Radhanagar Beach

One of India’s (and indeed Asia's) most fabulous and famous stretches of sand: a beautiful bleach-blonde curve of powdery sugar fronted by perfectly spiralled aqua waves, all fringed by lush native forest. It’s on the northwest side of the island, 11km southwest of the jetty.Visit early morning to avoid the heat and crowds; sunsets are, predictably, hugely popular. The further you walk from the main entry and stalls, the more privacy you’ll get. There are just a few exclusive resorts here.

 

 

 

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