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Day 01 – Port Blair:

Pick up from Port Blair Airport in the morning & transfer to hotel, Our representative will receive and escort you to the hotel. Check in make yourself comfortable, proceed to the nearest Beach (9Kms) from Port Blair. The Crescent shaped Corbyn’ Cove Beach ideal for swimming & Bathing. Overnight stay at Resort/ Hotel


DAY 02 – Port Blair :

After breakfast at the hotel, move for an enthralling journey to North Bay island (Coral Island) fill your eyes with exotic coral and marine life (go for snorkeling) Overnight stay at Hotel

DAY 03 – Port Blair :

After breakfast at the hotel, proceed for a sightseeing tour of the City. Visit the Chatnam Saw Mill, Forest Museum , Mini Zoo, Samdudrika, Fisheries Museum , Cellular Jail, Science Center . Back to Hotel for lunch then to Sagarika Emporium. In the evening witness history in the Sound and Light Show at Cellular Jail – the heroic saga of the Indian freedom struggle is brought alive in the show. Overnight stay at hotel.

Day  04 – Port Blair :

After breakfast at the hotel, proceed to Ross Island & Viper Island ( Ross Island , the erstwhile capital of Port Blair during the British regime). Return to the Hotel for dinner and overnight stay at the island.

Day 05 – Port Blair to Havelock Island – Port Blair
Early Morning start off for a full-day trip to Havelock Island. Havelock Island, 54Kms from Port Blair is the most popular among visitors as it is developed as per the requirement of the tourists. Catch the morning ferry to Havelock. Visit, Visit the famous Radhanagar Beach, has been marked as one of the best in Asia.Evening return from Havelock. Over night stay at Port Blair.

Day 06 – Port Blair :
After Breakfast check out from hotel. Transfer to Airport.



The name ‘Andaman’ is said to be derived from ‘Hanuman’, who was known to the Malays as Handuman. The first settlement by the British took place in 1789, which was later abandoned in 1796. The second settlement was basically a penal settlement, taken up in 1858, after the First War of Independence, followed by the settlement of convicts, Moplas, some criminal tribes from Central and United Provinces, refugees from erstwhile East Pakistan, Burma and Sri Lanka as well as ex-servicemen.
The aboriginal tribes of the Andamans have been living on these islands since pre-historic times. The tribes on Andaman islands are the Great Andamanese, Onges, Jarawas, and Sentinatese, all of Negrito origin. The tribes of Nicobars are of Mongoloid stock – Nicobarese and Shompens. The indigenous peoples of the Nicobars (unrelated to the Andamanese) have a similarly isolated and lengthy association with the islands. There are two main groups: the Nicobarese, or Nicobari, living throughout many of the islands; and the Shompen, restricted to the interior of Great Nicobar. In these islands people of all faiths – Hindus, Muslims, Christians, Sikhs etc., and of all languages like Hindi, Bengali, Malayalam, Tamil, Telugu, Punjabi, Nicobari etc., live together in complete peace and harmony. Inter-religion and inter-regional marriages are common. This amazing racial and cultural mix is correctly called Mini-India

Cellular Jail

Built by the British in 1906 as a penal establishment, this is a landmark of the Andamans. It used to have 698 exclusive and isolated cells and so it was named cellular jail. In 1997 it became a national monument.A Light and Sound show is held in the late evenings in English and Hindi. It narrates stories of the Indian freedom struggle. There’s also an art gallery and a Museum.The Cellular jail stands as a historic witness to the struggle of India’s gallant freedom fighters. The cells were dark and damp. Without proper water, food and sanitation the prisoners lived through their prison sentences worse than animals. They weren’t even allowed to meet with each other and the guards often tortured them.

Havelock Island

The white sandy beaches, blue waters, and coral reefs with lot of marine life including dolphins, turtles and fish are a great way to spend your evenings. It’s an ideal location for snorkeling & scuba diving. The Havelock Island is about 57 kms North East of Port Blair. Only one third of the Northern Island is inhabited. The two main beaches are the Vijaynagar Beach and the Radhanagar Beach – the most popular beach in Andamans for its crystal clear turquoise waters. Spend time with your family or friends here on these beaches; it’ll be the best holiday ever.There’s a speed boat that leaves from Port Blair at 7.00 am daily and reaches Havelock at 9.30 am. The return boat leaves Havelock at 10.00 am and reaches Port Blair at 1.00 pm. Please note that it’s not possible to leave for Havelock Island if your flight arrives after 7 00 am. We’ll have to leave the next day