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DAY 1 : Arrival at Port Blair
After your arrival at the airport, you will get a private transfer to the hotel. Check-in and relax. Later, head towards the Cellular Jail, which was used as a prison in the days of the Sepoy Mutiny in 1857. This prison now serves as a national memorial monument and is an important tourist destination due to its historical significance. After exploring the place, proceed to enjoy the Light and Sound show held within the premises. This show portrays the journey of countless martyrs who laid down their lives during India’s struggle for independence. As the day of comes to an end, head back to the hotel for a relaxing night stay.
- Port Blair
- Cellular Jail
- Light and Sound Show
DAY 2 : Transfer To Havelock Island
After breakfast and check-out formalities, proceed for an early morning departure by ferry to Havelock Island. Enjoy your afternoon at the world famous Radhanagar Beach, an absolute must visit! It was named Asia’s Best Beach and World’s 7th Best Beach by Time Magazine in 2004. Also known as Beach #7, it is known for its vast expanses of white sand surrounded by lush greens and emerald blue water. Walk barefoot on the sandy beach and soak in spectacular sunset views. As the beautiful day ends, proceed to the hotel for an overnight stay in Havelock.
- Havelock Island
- Radhanagar Beach
- Port Blair
- Overnight Stay
DAY 3 : Return To Port Blair and Visit to Elephant Beach
Post breakfast and check-out formalities, reach the Elephant Beach by boat. This remotely located pristine beach is very popular for its water activities like swimming, snorkeling, diving, kayaking and sea walking. You can also indulge in trekking and bird-watching while here. It has an easily accessible house reef which boasts colourful corals and marine life. This beach is Havelock’s favorite spot for scuba diving and is tailor made to be a beginners dive site. After a day at the Elephant Beach, head back to Port Blair for an overnight stay at the hotel. Please note: All activities will be on direct payment basis.
- Elephant Beach
- Optional Water Activities
DAY 4 : Excursion to North Bay and Ross Island
Post breakfast, head for a full day excursion to North Bay (Coral Island). North Bay Island is situated close to Port Blair and is the most popular destination for tourists looking for some underwater exploration. Here, you can indulge in snorkeling, scuba diving, swimming and trekking. After that, proceed to the Ross Island. This is the place from where Britishers governed the entire Andaman & Nicobar Islands, prior to India's Independence. This island is an ideal destination for nature walks amidst sylvan surroundings with deers, peacocks and many exotic birds. Please note: All activities will be on direct payment basis and if North Bay/Ross Island is not operational then you will be taken to Wandoor Beach/Chidyatapu.
- North Bay
- Ross Island
- Optional Activities
DAY 5 : Local Sightseeing in Port Blair
Start your day with a hearty breakfast at the hotel and head for full day sightseeing tour in and around the city. Begin the excursion with a visit to the Fisheries Museum (Aquarium) that exhibits species of marine life native to the islands. Along with a huge collection of specimens from little fishes to whales and sharks, it also has corals, shells and fossils and some species that you can see alive! Later, proceed to the Anthropological Museum that has the lifestyle, culture and artifacts used by tribes before the British invasion on display. After that, head for the Naval Marine Museum (Samudrika) run by the Indian Navy to see the history, geography and more about the marine life of the islands. By evening, you can depart from there and explore nearby market areas to fill in your shopping bags. Then, head back to the hotel for an overnight stay.
- Port Blair
- Fisheries Museum
- Anthropological Museum
- Naval Marine Museum
DAY 6 : Departure from Andaman Islands
After breakfast, check-out from the hotel and get a transfer to airport/harbour for your return journey as your trip ends with happy memories.