Andaman's Finest Forever

Andaman's Finest Forever

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Day 1: Port Blair
On arrival at Port Blair in the morning by flight, you will be received and transferred to your hotel.In the afternoon enjoy the leisurely cruise (Harbour Cruise) along the Port Blair Harbour - which takes one to Viper Island. The gallows atop of a hill rock here is sight to watch.In the evening attend the enthralling Sound and Light Show at Cellular Jail, where the heroic saga of the Indian freedom struggle is brought alive. Overnight stay at Port Blair.

Day 2: Port Blair
In the morning start for a full day tour by boat to visit Ross Island from where Britisher's governed the entire Andaman and Nicobar Island, prior to India's Independence. Then visit to North Bay Island (Coral Island) a ideal spot for coral viewing by glass bottom boat (Optional activity: Snorkeling). Overnight stay at Port Blair.

Day 3: Port Blair
In the afternoon start for a tour of places in and around Port Blair - covering the Cellular Jail, Chatham Saw Mill (one of the oldest and largest in Asia), Anthropological Museum, Naval Marine Museum and Cottage Industries Emporium. Overnight stay at Port Blair.

Day 4: Port Blair - Havelock Island
Early morning departure by inter-island ferry to Havelock Island (54 Kms by sea from Port Blair). In the afternoon hours sightseeing to Beach No. 7 (Radha Nagar) which is rated as the Asia's most beautiful beach by Times Magazine. Overnight stay at Havelock Island.

Day 5: Havelock Island - Port Blair
Return from Havelock Island and check in to your hotel in Port Blair. Overnight stay at Port Blair.

Day 6: Port Blair - Baratang - Port Blair
Early morning departure by car from Port Blair to Baratang which is about 110 kms. By road. The travel involves crossing of creeks and dense forest. Reach Baratang and sightseeing to Mud Volcano and Lime stone cave. This trip starts by 0330 hours and finishes by 1700 hours. Overnight stay at Port Blair.

Day 7: Port Blair
In afternoon, leisure visit to Corbyn's Cove Beach. Overnight stay at Port Blair.

Day 8: Depart for Home
At appropriate time transfer to Airport to reach your home destination.

Package Inclusions:
Accommodations on twin sharing basis  Daily Breakfast # All transfers and Sightseeing by Non AC vehicle # All entry, monument and Ferry charges To and Fro ticket to Havelock by Govt.ferry  Trip to Baratang with tickets to limestone cave

Package Exclusions:
 Air fare Meals not mentioned in the itinerary # Camera Chatges, Laundry Bill, Phone Call
 

 Andaman's Finest Forever in visiting places:

Port Blair:

 

Port Blair (About this sound pronunciation ) is the largest town and a municipal council in Andaman district in the Andaman Islands and the capital of the Andaman and Nicobar Islands, a union territory of India. It lies on the east coast of South Andaman Island and is the main entry point to the islands.
Port Blair is the headquarters for the Indian district of South Andaman, and the local administrative sub-division (tehsil), which is also called Port Blair. It is home to several museums and a major base for the Indian Navy and the Indian Coast Guard and Indian Airforce. It is also the headquarters of the Andaman and Nicobar Command, the first integrated theatre command of the armed forces. Port Blair is also famous for the historic Cellular Jail and other small islands which were once home to British colonists.

Havelock Island:

Havelock Island, with an area of 113.93 km2, is the largest of the islands which comprise Ritchie's Archipelago a chain of islands to the east of Great Andaman in the Andaman Islands. Havelock is situated 57 km North East of Capital City Port Blair. The population numbered 5,354 as of the census of 2001.

Sarounding Places:
Ross Island
Ross Island, the erstwhile administrative headquarters of the British was referred to in the early 20th century as the Paris of the East. Manicured lawns that led up to clubhouses, swimming pools, granaries, officers mess, tennis courts and a majestic church lie in ruins, reclaimed by nature after an earthquake in June 1941.

Viper Island

  
Viper Island is a beautiful tourist attraction and can be approached by harbour cruise originating from Phoenix Bay Jetty in Port Blair.This was the site of the old jail where the British used to house and torture convicts and political prisoners. The conditions at the jail were such that the place got the notorious name, "Viper Chain Gang Jail." Anyone who had challenged the British authority was bound and confined at night by a chain running through coupling of irons around their legs.

Neil Island:

 
Neil Island is situated 36 kms east of Port Blair or 18 kms east of the Havelock Jetty. This pretty island is the easternmost inhabited island in Ritchie’s Archipelago as well as easternmost inhabited island in the entire Andaman & Nicobar group of islands. Daily ferries connect Port Blair to Neil Island as well as to Havelock.
Neil Island was uninhabited until the arrival of settlers in the late 1960s. Like Havelock, the vast majority of settlers at Neil were refugees from erstwhile Bangladesh, following the exodus of Hindu Bangladeshi’s prior to that country’s war of independence in 1971.
 

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