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Andaman and NicobarAN01

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5 days 4 nights

Tour Type

Daily Tour

Group Size

6 people




The Andaman Islands are an Indian archipelago in the Bay of Bengal. These roughly 300 islands are known for their palm-lined, white-sand beaches, mangroves and tropical rainforests. Coral reefs supporting marine life such as sharks and rays make for popular diving and snorkeling sites. Indigenous Andaman Islanders inhabit the more remote islands, many of which are off limits to visitors.

No. Of Night Destination Hotel Name Meal Plan
01 Nights Port Blair Haywizz Hotel Breakfast
02 Nights Havelock Blue Bird Resort Breakfast
01 Nights Port Blair Haywizz Hotel Breakfast
No of Pax 02 Pax 04 Pax
Packages Cost PP 15499 14499
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  • Famously known as "Kala Paani", cellular jail, Port Blair to Havelock Island-Visit Radha Nagar Beach. Havelock Island - Kala Pathar Beach, Port Blair. The city tour will cover Anthropological museum, Fisheries museum.


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Day 1 : Arrive Port Blair -Cellular jail with Light & Sound Show(Haywizz Hotel)

Arrive at Veer Savarkar Airport, Port Blair. Meet our local representative and get transferred to your pre-booked hotel. Check in & fresh up Visit Cellular jail. Famously known as "Kala Paani" which is a national memorial now. Also, eyewitness the enthralling light and sound show at the cellular jail where heroic saga of our great freedom fighters bought alive. Later return back to our hotel. Overnight at Port Blair

Day 2 : Port Blair to Havelock Island -Visit Radha Nagar Beach.(Blue Bird Resort )

Today, get transferred to the jetty to catch your luxury tourist ferry (By Private/Govt.) to Havelock Island (57 km by sea). If ferry timings are early morning then Do not forget to ask your hotel for a Packed breakfast and put a request at previous night only. On arrival at Havelock jetty, meet our local representative and board our vehicle to visit world famous Radha Nagar beach. It truly is a mesmerizing curve of white sand with perfectly colored blue waters, all lined by lush forest and palm trees. An ideal beach for sun basking and bathing. Later return back to your hotel. Overnight at Havelock Island.

Day 03 : Havelock Island - Kala Pathar Beach Trip

After breakfast, Board your vehicle as we will take you to Kala Patthar beach. This is an ideal spot for photography or picnic. One can spend time there as this beach offers some umbrellas, hammock &
wooden chairs. Kalapathar beach is not ideal for swimming but it gives you a picture-perfect backdrop. Return back to the hotel. Overnight at Havelock.

Day 04 : Havelock Island to Port Blair - City Tour of Port Blair

After breakfast, this morning, check out from your hotel & return back to Havelock jetty to catch your luxury tourist ferry (By Private/Govt.) to Port Blair. Upon arrival, board your vehicle as we are taking
you for a city tour of Port Blair. Your vehicle to experience the glory of this city during the city tour of Port Blair. The city tour will cover Anthropological museum, Fisheries museum.
Later, return back to the hotel. Overnight at Port Blair.
Note: This itinerary strictly depends upon the availability of seats.

Day 05 : Port Blair hotel to Airport Drop.

After breakfast, get transferred to Veer Savarkar airport, Port Blair to catch your return flight back to home. Return home with wonderful memories.


  • Meet and Greet Service At Airport.
  • 04 Nights Accommodation At Hotel
  • Breakfast At Hotel
  • Ac Vehicle On Point To Point Basis ( AC Ertiga / Xylo / Scorpio )
  • All Side Ferry Tickets Included 02 Side Pvt Cruise / Govt
  • All Ferry Tickets and Permit Charges.
  • Vehicle Not At Disposal At Any Of The Islands
  • Lunch & Dinner Not Included
  • Ross & North Bay Maintenance Fee Not Included
  • Water Sports Activity Not Included.
  • Camera Tickets are NOT INCLUDED


4 Nights 5Days

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Q 1 Why Andaman and Nicobar island is famous?
Despite of the horrid reputation during the colonial period, the Andaman and Nicobar Islands this day are one of the most sought after tourist destination of India. The islands are famous for its serene, white sandy beaches characterized by sparkling blue waters.
Q 2 Why tourists are not allowed in Nicobar Islands?
To keep native culture and inhabitants safe. While Andaman is thriving off of tourism, the Nicobar Islands are forbidden for tourists. The truth is, the tribes in the Nicobar Islands are among the first original inhabitants of the island who do not want to be a part of any development or civilization.
Q 3 What kind of food is popular in Andaman and Nicobar?
The staple diet of Andaman includes rice, coconut, spices, and lots of seafood. In fact, being a group of islands, Andaman is a paradise for seafood lovers. From cuttlefish, crabs, lobsters, prawns, to the all-time favorite Red Snapper, you can taste a variety of seafood on these islands.
Q 4: Is Andaman Nicobar part of Himalayas?
Andaman and Nicobar Islands were formed due to collision between Indian Plate and Burma Minor Plate [part of Eurasian Plate][Similar to formation of Himalayas]. Andaman and Nicobar Islands are southward extension of Arakan Yoma range [Myanmar][Arakan Yoma in itself is an extension of Purvanchal Hills].
Q 5: Which is the most famous festival of Andaman Islands?
Kali Pooja.
Durga Pooja.
Ganesh Pooja.
Gurunanak Jayanthi.
Ayappa Pooja.
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