Overview- (3 Nights in Port Blair, 2 Nights in Havelock & 1 Night in Neil.) Veer Savarkar Smarak, Celluar Jail, Tremendous Patriotic light & sound show, British Capital of Andaman, Mud Volcano Mangrove, Tropical Forest, Limestone Caves, Speed Boat Safar, Anthological Museum, Sagarika & Fisheries Museum, Sunset Point at Chidiya Tapu Beach, Port Blair City Tour.
Paid Activities- Glass Bottom Boat, Banana Boat Ride, Scuba Diving, Sea Walk
1) Transport Charges
2) Accomodation in Room (4 in 1 sharing)
3) All Meals , Water Bottles
4) Travel Insurance
5) Charges of Adventure Activities mention in Above.
1) Any kind of Personal Expenditure (Telephone, Laundry, Room service etc.)
2) Medical Expenses
3) Any other charges not mention in the "Charges Includes"
4) Cold Drinks/ Beverages during Journey
Tour Places Of Interest
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. The Cellular Jail, also known as Kala Pani, was a colonial prison in the Andaman and Nicobar Islands, India. The prison was used by the British especially to exile political prisoners to the remote archipelago.
Baratang contains the only known examples of mud volcanoes in India. These mud volcanoes have erupted sporadically, with recent eruptions in 2005 believed to have been associated with the 2004 Indian Ocean earthquake. The previous major eruption recorded was on 18 February 2003. The locals call this mud volcano jalki. There are other volcanoes in the area, the Barren Island volcano which is the only active volcano in South Asia, and the Narcondum volcano which is considered to be a potentially active volcano.
One of the best, and well-maintained museums of Andaman, Anthropological Museum sheds light on the profound and informative portrait of island's local community of tribes. These tribes are considered as one of the oldest in the world. Situated at the Middle Point in Port Blair, this best sightseeing place in Andaman is a historical delight and makes the tourists explore the life of Paleolithic Islanders. The major exhibits of this museum are Jarawa chest guard, shamanic sculptures and much more. The Anthropological Museum offers the highlights of primordial eras of Jarawas, the Onges, the Sentinelese, the Shompens and the Nicobarese. In short, a museum with blessed with a plethora of reasons making it a must-visit destination in Andaman.
Chidiya Tapu is the perfect haven for unseen migratory birds and common native birds found in the Andaman Islands. Recognized as the most enchanting beach in Andaman and tourists arrive here on a large scale as the beach extends the best ever sights for them including the eye catching sunrise and sunset views. This is a silent yet crowded beach encircled by evergreen forests on one side and the short hills on the other side. As it is considered to be the presenter of the most finishing touch of sunset and sunrise views, it is the main hub in Andaman Islands. The beach is filled with 46 varieties of endangered species of birds, and white spotted deer. There are a lot of seasonal orchids and other varieties of plants.