Andaman Nicobar Package - 7 Nights, 8 Days Package

Day 1
Pick up from airport/ Harbour.
Check into hotel to freshen up and have breakfast. After that we proceed to the beach – what better way to start your vacation in the Andamans! At Corbyn’s Cove Beach, you can relax yourself or go for a swim.
Head to the Cellular Jail – a place with lots of memories for Indians and the British. Walk around and see the cells in which Indian men were jailed here for fighting for freedom. There’s a light and sound show here that shows the freedom struggle of the people. Check out Gandhi Park and Marina Park before returning to the hotel for dinner and sleep.


Day 2
A trip in a glass-bottom boat is interesting as you can see clearly how animals, fish and plants live under water. Check out colonies of colourful corals. You can also go snorkeling and diving. Today, the tour proceeds to Ross Island, the earlier capital of the British in the islands here. Nothing but ruins remain now. Viper Island is close by – tourists are taken to it on a boat. You can see the old gallows here.   


In the evening, you can carry on with snorkeling or speed boating. Take a boat to Baratang islands – check out deer, wild boar and a variety of birds and reptiles. There are limestone caves to explore here.
Return to the hotel for dinner and sleep.


Day 3
Today, you’ll be visiting sightseeing spots such as Mini zoo, Chatham Saw Mill, Forest museum and Naval Marine Museum. Chatham Saw Mill is one of the oldest saw mills in Asia.


After this, head to the Fisheries Museum where you can see fishes and animals particular to the islands.
In the evening, at Baratang islands you can go exploring caves or visiting mud volcanoes. Spend time at Jolly Buoy Islands.


Day 4
Mount Harriet is 365m high and the second highest point in Andaman Islands – ideal for a day’s trek. Today, we’ll head to Mt Harriet for a picturesque view of the islands and the ocean around. You can see Port Blair from here.In the evening, head to the bazaars for shopping. Then return to hotel for dinner and sleep.


Day 5
After breakfast, head to Mahatma Gandhi Marine National Park at Wandoor. You can see exquisite flora and fauna of the islands, corals and more. Mangroves and creeks wait to be explored.


Day 6
Have breakfast in the hotel. Proceed to Madhuban – 75km by road or 20km by ferry from Port Blair. It is a trekking paradise in the South Andaman Island. You can see and learn about animals that are endemic to the islands. There are plenty of butterflies, too. As part of the trek, you can see how elephants are used to lumber logs.


Day 7
After breakfast, proceed to Anthropological Museum in Port Blair. This museum, exhibits ancient tools and weapons used by the various tribes of the islands. There are photographs of different tribes of Andaman and Nicobar Islands. A library keeps books about island history, culture and lifestyle.

Have lunch and then proceed to Andaman Water Sports Complex. Here you can enjoy water sports activities such as water skiing, water scooters, parasailing and glass bottomed boats. In the pool, you can go swimming.
Return to hotel for dinner and rest.


Day 8
Departure by flight or cruise ship.

 

 

 


features

Island Resorts

Island Resorts

The white sandy beaches, blue waters, and coral reefs with lot of marine life including dolphins, turtles and fish are a great way to spend your evenings. It’s an ideal location for scuba diving.

Scuba Diving

Scuba Diving

The best way to enjoy underwater life is to go Scuba diving. Beginners as well as experienced divers can find a lot of places to dive. Different colours and varieties of corals can be seen here.

Cruise Lines

Cruise Ship

The Andaman group of Islands is well connected by air and sea. Passenger ship services are available to Port Blair from Chennai, Kolkata and Vishakapatnam