|PACKAGE FOR 09 NIGHTS & 10 DAYS|
|Day 1||On arrival at Port Blair airport, our representative will receive and escort the guests to the hotel. After check-in at the hotel and relaxing for a while after lunch, guests will be taken to Corbyn’s Cove Beach and Cellular Jail in the evening for the Light and Sound Show where the saga of the freedom struggle would be brought alive.|
|Day 2||Excursion early in the morning to harbour for onward journey to Havelock, the beautiful and world famous Island by government or private boat. In Havelock guests can see and enjoy Asia’s 7th longest & beautiful beach i.e. Radhanagar beach. Kalapathar beach is a small but charming beach in the Havelock Island. This stunning beach has sand beds and turquoise blue water. The beach lies next to the village of Kalapathar and hence it derives its name. Night stay at a hotel at Havelock.|
|Day 3||Next day, visit to Elephanta Beach in Havelock Island is arranged and if you still haven't explored the beach yet then make sure you do so this holiday. You can reach the beach from the main jetty which is approximately 20 minutes by boat from the Havelock Island dock. You can also get a public bus from the main Jetty or hire a bike. You can also get an auto which is found around the jetty in Havelock Island. In the afternoon proceed to Neil Island, named after James George Smith Neill, a British soldier who had sternly dealt with the insurgents during the suppression of the 1857 Mutiny, by government or private boat. Enjoy the Lakshmanpur Beach 1, a broad spur of white shell sand with shallow water and offers a good snorkelling option. Sunbathing and swimming are other activities. One can view spectacular sun-set from this beach. This rocky beach lies about two kilometers from the jetty with lots of coral formation , ornamental fish, sea urchins, sea cucumbers, star fish etc. which are best suited for people of scientific temperament. The rocky surface can get slippery and one needs to be on ones guard. The main attraction here is the natural rock formations. Night stay at a hotel at Neil Island.|
After checkout, sightseeing at Sitapur Beach at Neil Island
This beach is exposed to the open sea and thus prone to higher tides.This beach is best suited to watch the sunrise with an impressive backdrop of natural vegetation and limestone formations. The journey from the Jetty to Sitapur beach itself is refreshing with green fields and a variety of crops and forest trees.
Next, visit Lakshmanpur Beach2 -A natural rock formation in the beach is locally known as the Howrah Bridge. Visit the place during low tide as the retreating sea leaves behind many a secret from its treasure trove.
Next, visit Bharatpur Beach
Half a kilometer from the jetty, Bharatpur is one of the best beaches known for swimming and coral-watching with a vast sandy stretch. This beach is ideally recommended for youngsters because of activity options. One can hire glass-bottom boats for coral viewing. The sea around the jetty area is full of corals with schools of fish swimming around. The colour and form of vegetation along the beach soothes the senses.
Back to Port Blair in the evening by private or government boat.
|Day 5||Visit to Ross and North Bay Islands. Ross Island was the capital during British regime. North Bay, the coral Island with beautiful scenic view of open sea is the gateway of Port Blair. At North Bay one can enjoy the lifetime experience of snorkelling and view of rare corals and under water marine life through glass bottom boats. The Island is a good place for swimming.|
|Day 6||Visit to Wandoor Beach - The island has imposing greenery and a beach that offers mesmerizing views of the sunset. Next, Jolly Buoy Island is a part of Mahatma Gandhi Marine National Park. It is very famous for under water corals and the pristine clear beach. Third, Chidiya Tapu Beach - where lush green mangroves and beautiful beach with breath-taking sunset create a mesmerizing environment.|
|Day 7||Visit to Baratang Island : Early morning, a long 8- hour road drive, crossing the grand Andaman Trunk Road, covered with dense forests on both the side will take you there. In between the road journey you will cross the habitations of one of the world’s primitive tribes “The Jarawas”. Crossing two island passages via ferry boats, comes a very exciting part of the journey; the mangrove creek journey by boat leading to the Limestone Caves. Then a short trip the mud volcano in Baratang Island. Night stay at Rangat.|
|Day 8||Diglipur ( Ross & Smith Islands ): Morning, proceed to Diglipur Island to visit Ross and Smith Islands, separated by sand bar. In Diglipur one can also visit Ramnagar Beach and Kalipur Beach. Return back to Rangat in the evening & night stay at Rangat.|
|Day 9||Rangat to Port Blair: Next day Morning we move from Rangat to Port Blair.|
|Day 10||Drop to Airport for return journey with wonderful holiday memories..|
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