The Union Territory of Andaman & Nicobar Islands Stretches over a length of more than 700kms from
North to south floating in the clear blue waters of Bay of
Bengal, East of the Indian main land and consists of 572 emerald
Islands (36 of which are inhabited), islets and rocks.
Since pre-historic times aboriginal tribes have lived on these
Islands. The Andaman group is inhabited by tribes of Negrito
origin, while the Nicobar Islands are inhabited by Mongloid
The topography of the islands is hilly and they abound in
evergreen forests. Timber is plentiful and of a vast variety.
These undulating islands are covered with dense forests and
endless variety of exotic flora and fauna.
Bay of Bengal, 92° to 94° East. Longitude 6° to
14° North Latitude.
Andaman District: 6,408sq.kms.
Humid. Humidity ranges between 70% and 90% with a gentle
breeze blowing at all times. The weather is generally
pleasant with a minimum temperature of 23°C and maximum
Tourist Season: October to May
Monsoon Holidays: June to
Altitude: Varies from sea level to 732 meters.
Indian Nationals need no permit to visit Andamans. However,
visiting tribal areas of Andaman and Nicobar Districts
is prohibited. Permits to visit the tribal areas can be granted
by the Deputy Commissioner, Andaman District, Port Blair in
special cases on receipt of application in prescribed form.
Foreigners require a permit to stay in the islands, which can
easily be obtained on arrival at Port Blair (either by Air or
Sea) from the Immigration authorities for 30 days. This can be
extended by 15 days with permission. In addition, permits can
also be obtained from: Indian Mission Overseas, Foreigners
Registration Offices at Delhi, Mumbai, Chennai, Kolkatta and the
immigration authorities at the airports at Delhi,
Mumbai Chennai and Kolkatta.
Port Blair is connected with Chennai and
Kolkatta. The journey time is
approximately 2hrs. Presently, flights are operated by Indian Airlines
(Flights operate on Daily basis), Air Deccan, Jet Airways (Flights operate from and to Chennai
on Daily basis).
By Sea: Regular passenger ship services are available to
Port Blair from Chennai, Kolkatta and Vishakapatnam. There are
three to four sailings in a month from Kolkatta and Chennai to
Port Blair. There is a single sailing from Vishakapatnam once a
Chennai - Port Blair:
Journey time about 60hrs (Distance by Sea is 1190Kms)
Kolkatta - Port Blair:
Journey time about 66hrs (Distance by Sea is 1255Kms)
Vishakapatnam - Port Blair:
Journey time about 56hrs (Distance by Sea is 1200Kms)
4 Nights / 5 Days
Arrive Port Blair. You will be
met by our representative and transfer to the Hotel. Harbour
Cruise, Sound and Light Show at Cellular Jail. Night Stay at
Harbour Cruise provides a unique
experience of cruise along the harbour in a boat
leaving from Phoenix Bay Jetty. The panoramic view
of the seven points from the sea, harbour, the
floating Dock, Viper Island, etc., are memorable. Boat: 1500 Hrs. Wednesday Closed.
The saga of the heroic freedom
struggle is brought alive in a moving
Sound & Light Show at Cellular Jail. Timing: All days. 1800 Hrs-Hindi | 1915 Hrs-English
(Subject to weather conditions)
Day 02 Jolly Buoy / Red Skin Island
Visit to Jolly Buoy or Red Skin
Island by Boat. Evening visit to Chidiya Tapu
Jolly Buoy Island
offers a breath
taking view of underwater Coral and marine life.
Glass bottom boats help to Take closer look at the
coral colonies. Ideal for sea Bathing and basking.
Chidiya Tapu generally known
as Birds Island is Situated at the Southern most tip
of South Andaman. Its lush mangroves and beach make
it an ideal picnic site and Sun Set point.
Redskin Island also offers the lure of underwater
Coral gardens and Unspoiled beaches. An Occasional
Dolphin may also greet the eyes. A great Place for
Swimming, Scuba diving and Snorkeling. Timing:
0830 – 1630 Hrs. Packed Lunch and Drinking water to
be taken by Guest.
Visit to Cellular Jail, Water
Sports Complex, Corbyn's Cove Beach, Anthropological Museum,
Fisheries Museum and Shopping.
Display of more then 350
species of Sea-Life Museum gives an idea of the
marine wealth that lies in the waters of these
islands and types of fish.
Timing: 0830-1600 Hrs. Monday Closed.
Museum: Display the habitual of aboriginals of
these islands in miniature and types of tribes at
Timing: 0900-1200 Hrs & 1300-1600 Hrs. Monday
The Cellular Jail, now
declared as a National Memorial
is situated at Port Blair in Andaman. Its
construction began in the year 1896 and was
completed in 1906. Thousands of freedom fighters and
convicts languished for years in solitary
confinement in the calls of this jail each measuring
4X2.7 Mtrs. Timing: 0900-1200 & 1400-1700
Hrs. Monday Closed.
Corbyn's Cove Beach is One
of the picturesque sea beaches in the island. It is
ideal for sea bathing. The panoramic view of the
seashore will delight the hearts.
Visit to Ross Island. Rest of
the visit to Gandhi Park, Water Sports Complex etc.,
Island: Once the seat of British power and
capital of these islands, it stands now as a ruin of
the bygone days with the old structure almost in
debris. A small museum named “SMITIKA” holds
photographs and antiques of the Britishers relevant
to these islands. Boat: 0830, 1030 & 1230
Hrs. Wednesday Closed.
Depart Port Blair
Departure to the destination.
Package Cost :
Package Cost Includes:
Accommodation on Twin sharing basis.
Daily breakfast at Hotel restaurants.
Airport transfers & Sightseeing
as per the above Itinerary by exclusive chauffer driven Non A/c Car
Entrance fees to Monuments.
Package Cost does not include:
Personal Nature such as room service, bar bills,
laundry, phone calls, tips and Porterage.
Tours can be tailor-made to your needs"