Destination Covered : Port Blair, Diglipur, Havelock
Price (Starting From) :
INR 55070 Per Person
* Mentioned prices may vary depending upon date of travel, hotel availability, surge pricing and seasonal rush.
Day 1: Pick up from Airport, Carbyn’s Cove Beach, Cellular jail Light & Sound Show
Our representative will receive you at Veer Savarkar Airport, Port Blair and will escort to the hotel, he will also assist you to do hotel check-in formalities. After check-in and little relax, you will be taken to the following places.
Corbyns’ Cove Beach: The Corbyns’ Cove, is a serene and unspoiled soft sandy beach, set in picturesque background of lush green coconut palms and pleasant blue sea. The main attractions of this beach are the inviting water sports. The Corbyns’ Cove beach, situated 8 kms from the City centre is the closest Beach from the city. This coconut- palm fringed beach, is ideal for swimming and sun bathing.
Cellular Jail: This historic building was built in the 19th century to look like a wheel with seven spokes. Today only three wings of the seven remain. It took 10 years to complete. It is called ‘Cellular’ because it is “Cells beyond Cells”.
Light & Sound Show: At the National Memorial ‘Cellular Jail’ you can attend the Show where the heroic saga of the Indian Freedom Struggle is brought alive by the means of light and sound at the jail premises, presented in English and Hindi, which takes you back to the British Era.
Day 2: Diglipur towords North Andaman
Diglipur is the largest town of North Andaman Island, in the Andaman Archipelago, India. The city is located on the southern side of Aerial Bay, at 43 metres above sea level, 298 kilometres north of Port Blair. It is crossed by the Kalpong River, the only river of the Andaman islands.
Early Morning 04:30 Am we Departure to Diglipur Through Convoy in Jirkatang. After Reaching Diglipur Cheek in Hotel and Relax.
Day 3: Ross & Smith Island / Mud Volcano @ Diglipur
The small Ross Island, a 20-minute boat ride from Aerial Bay jetty, is an ideal spot for beach tourism, adventure (trekking through tropical forest), research / education (like scuba diving, snorkeling, turtle nesting). The sand bar joining this island with the larger Smith Island is an added attraction. This Ross Island is not to be confused with the Ross Island, South Andaman district, near Port Blair.
Smith Island offers a similar experience to the small adjoining Ross Island. Smith Island has a village of about 60 families. Eco rest houses are available for overnight stay. The beach is notified for turtle nesting during seasons
Mud Volcano at Diglipur
The mud volcanoes at North Andaman are described by locals as better than that found in Baratang Islands. The mud volcanoes at North Andaman are located at a place locally known as Jal Tikry near Hathi level around 25 kilometres (16 miles) from Diglipur Bazaar (direction towards Laxmipur). Till now local administration has made no efforts of accessibility of tourists to this place. Back to Hotel.
Day 4: Onward journey Karmatang Beach / Dhani Nallah Rangat
Early Morning we Move to Mayabunder to see Karmatang Beach Situated at a distance of 12 kilometers from Mayabunder in the northern section of Middle Andaman, is the serene Karmatang beach. Even though the water at the beach is a little choppy, it is considered as one of the most visually attractive places in the Andaman and Nicobar Islands with lavish sand and bordered beach tract. Locals residing in Mayabunder and the surrounding areas prefer to visit the beach for a small vacation and find it good enough to be visited more than once due to its pleasant weather. The beach is also famous for its turtle nesting farm. The beach is also known as ‘Turtle’s Paradise’ of the nation.
Dhani Nallah is a nature walkway and beach on the outskirts of Rangat, Middle Andaman Island, in the Andaman Islands. It is located 20 km from Rangat adjacent to Andaman trunk road (ATR). Dhani Nallah is named after a mangrove associate locally called as Dhanipatti. The wooden boardwalk meandering through mangrove creek for a distance of 713 m is the main tourist attraction for the place. Hotel Cheek in Night Stay in Rangat
Day 5: Baratang Island
Early morning before daybreak we Cheek Out and depart for Baratang Islands. It is approximately (62 km) via Great Andaman Trunk Rd/NH4
known as ATR Road (Andaman Trunk Road or the State High Way). We will travel through fabulous and enchanting forest in conveys to reach Nilambur Jetty (Middle Strait) from where we take a ferry for Baratang Island which is a 15mints ride. It has thick mangrove creeks on both sides followed by dense tropical forest. Major attractions at Baratang are lime Stone Cave and Mud Volcanoes.
Lime Stone Cave: They are located 15 mints away by sea from Baratang Jetty. We can reach there by dongis or small boats. The journey enthralls everyone as it takes you underneath the dense forest of mangroves plantation. Please do carry sufficient water along with you. After we move to Port Blair and Cheek In Hotel and Relax
Day 6: Rose & North Bay Islands / Chidiyatappu
After Breakfast you will be escorted to Andaman Water Sports Complex to catch a ferry which will be your mate for the entire excursion to Ross Island and North Bay.
Ross Island: It was the Capital of Port Blair during British and Japanese regime, prior to India’s Independence. It was named after Sir Daniel Ross a marine surveyor. It was nick named “The Paris of the East”. It is now under the supervision of the Indian Navy. This island is an ideal destination for nature walk amidst sylvan surroundings with deer’s, peacocks and exotic birds.
North Bay: It is also called “The Gate Way to Port Blair”. This place is famous for its coral reefs, exotic verities’ of beautiful ornamental fishes and water sports activities. The breathtaking stretch of coral bed leaves you spellbound. North Bay is the foremost snorkeling point of Andaman. Apart from snorkeling and glass-bottom boat ride, scuba diving, underwater sea walk facility is also available at North Bay.
Chidiyatappu is 30 KM from main city; this place is famous for sunset view and for bird watching. Varieties of birds visit this place. The road passes through forest and small hills up to the Chidiyatappu. From Port Blair, the journey would take around one hour to reach Chidiyatappu. If you are interested to watch the sunset it is advisable to take an afternoon trip to this place. Remains of trees uprooted during Tsunami in 2004 are still present near the beach. There is no restaurant or food stall available inside the park; however, small hotels are present at the entrance. While traveling to this place sea will be to your left side. On your way you would pass through the Kalapathar, a trail of black rocks and beach. Stop here to take some pictures and proceed to Chidiyatappu
Day 7: Jollybuoy / Red Skin
We start off after the breakfast to Coral Island a full-day trip Jolly Buoy or Red Skin Island – It is about 28kms from Port Blair. The two Islands in Mahatma Gandhi Marine National Park to see Coral reefs, exoticvarieties of beautiful ornamental fish and other marine life. The fascinating world of tropical forest and sandy Beaches coupledwith clear blue water creates a breath-taking aura. Overnight Stay at Port Blair.
Day 8: Onward Journey to Havelock & Radhanagar Beach
In the morning you will be escorted to Phoenix Bay Harbor to board which will take you to Havelock Island.
Havelock Island: The Island is named after a British Army Officer. The island offers state-of-the-art facilities for snorkeling and scuba diving. Havelock is famous for its white sand and crystal clear and transparent waters. In December 2018, it was renamed as Swaraj Island as a tribute to Subhas Chandra Bose.
At the Harbour our representative will receive you and will escort you to the Hotel for checkin process. After checkin proceed to Radhanagar Beach, the best and famous beach of Andaman Islands. You can go forswimming or can enjoy the beautiful place.
Day 9: Day Trip to Neil Island
Check out from the hotel, move towards the Harbor to boart a ferry which will take you to Neil Island. At the harbor our representative will receive you and will escort you to sightseeing of Neil Island.
Neil Island:This Island is apparently named after James George Smith Neill, a British soldier responsible for several war crimes during the suppression of the 1857 Mutiny. There is a lone jetty at Bharathpur, which serves as the only entry–exit point of the island. In December 2018, it was renamed as Shaheed Dweep is known as the 'vegetable bowl' of the Andamans.
In the evening we will start our return journey to Port Blair enjoying the sea breeze and the sight of the changing colors of the sky of the setting sun and most of the time accompanied by dolphins and flying fishes swimming along the boat.
Day 10: Departure from Port Blair
Check out and pick up from the hotel and transfer to Port Blair Airport / Harbour for your onward journey, carrying wonderful memories.
EP (No Meal)
3 Star Hotel
4 Star Hotel
Cruise for havelock 02 way
All spot Ticketing and Activities
Elephanta Beach boat ticketing
Lunch & Dinner
If Required of Photography we have Profesinal Photographer
50% Advance Percentage of total booking amount
Cancellation & Refund Policy
Upon cancellation, refund will be made after deducting the Retention Amount.