Have fun in Andaman with 3 Nights & 4 Days travel package. exotic sea beaches bordered by coconut-palm trees and transparent blue water.


  • Accomodation in A/C Standard Room where category not mentioned.
  • Daily Buffet Breakfast.
  • Sightseeing by 1 NON A/C Maruti Van Car.
  • All Tickets, Permits and Ferry charges in Port Blair, except Camera Charges.
  • All applicable taxes
Itinerary :
Day 1 : Arrival Andaman’s
Arrival to Port Blair. Get assistance and check into your hotel. After lunch in hotel enjoy Harbour Cruise (Viper Island). Harbour Cruise is a leisurely cruise (for 2 hours) in a steamer along the sea encircling Port Blair, which also takes one to Viper Island - the first place of penal settlement in Andaman’s during British rule. In the evening enjoy the spectacular Sound & Light Show at Cellular Jail. Sound and Light Show - is an hour show held inside the cellular jail, where the heroic saga of the Indian freedom struggle is brought alive. 
Meals: N.A
Day 2 : Andaman’s 
Today, after breakfast drive to Coral Island to indulge in underwater life. North Bay (Coral Island) - a full day excursion to see coral reefs, exotic varieties of beautiful ornamental fish and other marine life. Also includes a glass bottomed boat ride. Options available for snorkelling and jungle treks at a supplementary cost. Afternoon trip to Ross Island. ( Closed Wednesdays ) Ross Island - is the place from where the British governed the entire Andaman and Nicobar lslands, prior to India's Independence. This island is an ideal destination for nature walks amidst sylvan surroundings with deers, peacocks, exotic birds, etc. 
Meals: Breakfast
Day 3 : Andaman’s 
After breakfast enjoy city tour of Port Blair. ( Closed Mondays ) Port Blair (City Tour) - covers the famous Cellular Jail, Chatham Saw Mill (one of the oldest and largest in Asia), Forest Museum, Mini Zoo, Fisheries (Marine) Museum, Naval Marine Museum (Samudrika), Andaman, Gandhi Park & the Cottage Industries Emporium (Sagarika) - for shopping & souvenirs. 
Meals: Breakfast
Day 4 : Departure
Departure for Chennai / Kolkatta/Delhi/Bombay 
Meals: Breakfast
Price Does not include:
  • Airfare / Ship fare from Chennai/ Kolkatta
  • Lunch & Dinner
  • Payments for service provided on a personal basis
  • Personal expense such as laundry, Camera Charges or any other services
  • Cost incurred due to mishaps, strikes, political unrest etc.
Terms and Conditions:
  • The hotel and services as mentioned in the itinerary are subject to confirmation
  • Rates may change in the case of hotel rates, transport rates, government taxes or entrance fees.
  • Holiday surcharge is applicable on selected departures
  • Government service tax extra



Andaman and Nicobar

The Andaman and Nicobar Islands were shrouded in mystery for centuries because of their inaccessibility. These are the paragon of beauty and present a landscape full with scenic and picturesque extravaganza. These islands shimmer like emeralds in the Bay of Bengal. The dense forest which cover these islands and the innumerable exotic flowers and birds create a highly poetic and romantic atmosphere. "Here the white beaches on the edge of a meandering coastline have palm trees that sway to the rhythm of the Sea.The Andaman and Nicobar Islands have great maritime importance. During the British period political leaders considered dangerous to the interests of the Raj and other dreaded criminals were deported from mainland to the Cellular Jail- the Indian Bastille, situated on the sea coast of Atlanta Point in the North-Eastern part of Port Blair. Thus these islands were infamously known as the 'Black Water Prison' or 'Kala Pani'. The Andaman & Nicobar are a group of picturesque Islands, big and small, inhabited and uninhabited, a total of 572 islands, islets and rocks lying in the South Eastern Part of the Bay of Bengal.They lie along an arc in long and narrow broken chain, approximately North-South over a distance nearly 800 kms. . It is logical to presume a former land connection form Cape Negris at South part of Burma to Achin Head (Cape Pedro) in Andalas (Sumatra). The flora and fauna of these islands, however, indicate that this land connection if it existed, should have been prior to the development of their present life.




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