Day 1: Port Blair - Corbyns’ Cove, Cellular Jail, Sound & Light 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 sunbathing.

    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”.

    Sound & Light Show: At the National Memorial ‘Cellular Jail’ you can attend the Sound & Light 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.Stay overnight at designated hotel in Port Blair.

    Day 2: Port Blair to Havelock (57kms) - Radhanagar Beach

    In the morning you will be escorted to Phoenix Bay Harbour to board MV. Makruzz (1 hr 30 mins) or Govt. Ship (2 hrs 30 mins) which will take you to Havelock Island.The Island is named after a British Army Officer. White sand beaches and dense evergreen forests at about 57 km north-east to the capital city Port Blair, Havelock Island is one of the major tourist destinations globally owing to its marine life. At the Harbour our representative will receive you and will escort you to the Hotel for check-in process.Attractions of Havelock Island are Radhanagar Beach and Kalapathar Beach. Radhanagar Beachrated “A” by the World Tourism Organization (WTO) will be visited post lunch to witness the sunset from there. The island offers state-of-the-art facilities for snorkelling and scuba diving. You can go for swimming or can enjoy the beautiful place while relaxing at the sea beach.Stay overnight at designated hotel in Havelock.

    Day 3: Havelock - Kalapathar Beach,Elephant Beach

    If you wish, you can cherish sunrise from KalapatharBeach at 6 am availing motorbikes which can be rented at your own cost. In the morning, after breakfast, proceed for snorkelling trip to Elephant beach. At Elephant beach stationed Sea Walk boat is present, you may avail that activity as well. Elephant Beach, located at around 10 km from the centre of the island, is one of the most popular beaches in Havelock Island for day trips. Reaching this beach is a hassle-free affair as it is accessible through a boat ride for 20-30 minutes.Thisis the best place for snorkelling and water sports activities. Timing of this activity is fixed. Afterwards, you will be taking the boat back to Havelock jetty and dropped off to your hotel. Rest of the day is free for leisure.Stay overnight at designated hotel in Havelock.

    Day 4: Havelock to Neil Island - Laxmanpur Beach 1, Laxmanpur Beach 2

    Post breakfast, leave Havelock to reach Neil Island which is at about 30 km to the north east to Port Blair.Neil Island is famous for its marine life and is popular as the vegetable bowl of Andaman. At the harbourof Neil island, our representative will receive you and will escort you to the hotel/resort. 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.

    After lunch, visit Laxmanpur Beach 2 where you can experience live coral and natural rock formation named “Natural Bridge”.It is the best time as the sea water recedes in the afternoon and you can walk on corals.Afterwards reach Laxmanpur Beach1 to witness a beautiful sunset. Rest of the evening is at leisure. Stay overnight at designated hotel in Neil Island.

    Day 5: Neil Island to Port Blair –Sitapur Beach,Bharatpur Beach

    Early in the morning, walk down to Sitapur Beach and make your feet wet in the yellow beach. After breakfast, check out from the hotel to spend few hours at Bharatpur Beach. This beachis famous for swimming and snorkelling. Glass Bottom Boat ride is also one of the major attractions here. You will see the colourful natural coral formation under the transparent water of Andaman Sea. Afterwards, board the inter-islandcruise/ship, start your return journey to Port Blairenjoying 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.On arrival at the Phoenix BayHarbour, you will be transferred to your hotel at Port Blair.Stay overnight at designated hotel in Port Blair.

    Day 6: Port Blair - Samudrika, Anthropological Museum, Chatham Sawmill, Fisheries Museum After a lazy morning breakfast, start for the Port Blair City Tour.

    Samudrika Museum: It is run by the Indian Navy. The museum has seven sections presentingGeographical information, Marine life, Archaeology and people of Andaman. It has a good collection ofshells, corals and a few colorful fishes.

    Anthropological Museum: It was started in the year 1975-76. It illustrates the four Negrioto Tribes of theAndamanese viz; the Jarawas, Sentinels, Great Andamanese, the Onges and two Mongoloid tribes of theNicobar Viz; the Nicobariese and the Shompens. It not only describes the lifestyle of the nomadic tribesof Andaman and Nicobar Island but also defines their stage-by-stage development till the present age.The articles on display are the various handicrafts, tools, weapons, arts and crafts, and photographs etc.

    Chatham Sawmill: It is one of the oldest and largest Sawmill in Asia lying on the tiny island connectedby a bridge over a stretch of seawater. It was set up in1883. It is owned by the government. It is stillusing the machinery set up initially by the British for wood processing. It was targeted by the invadingJapanese forces in March 1942.

    Fisheries Museum: It has 350 different species of marine life. The different kinds of marine life on displayhave been collected from the Bay of Bengal and the Indo-Pacific Ocean. It is situated adjacent to theRajiv Gandhi Water Sports Complex, Port Blair. Evening is free at leisure. Explore Port Blair on your own. Stay overnight at designated hotel in Port Blair.

    Day 7: Baratang Island- Limestone Cave, Mud Volcano

    Today at 6.00 am start for Baratang and Limestone Caves trip with packed breakfast. Baratang is an island with dense tropical forests. From tidal swamp to limestone caves, this trip is meant for those who enjoy experiencing the wild in its raw form.It is approximately 110 kms away from Port Blair. It is connected through road passing through Jarawas Tribe Reserve also known as ATR Road (Andaman Trunk Road or the State Highway). You will travel through fabulous and enchanting forest in convoys to reach Nilambur Jetty (Middle Strait) from where we take a ferry for Baratang Island which is 15minuteride. It has thick mangrove creeks on both sides followed by dense tropical forest. Major attractions at Baratang are Limestone Cave and Mud Volcanoes.

    Limestone Cave:They are located 15 mints away by sea from Baratang Jetty. We can reach there by dongis or small boats. The journey enthrals everyone as it takes you underneath the dense forest of mangroves plantation. There are more than 300 major and minor deposits of Limestone, out of which only one in the form of a cave is open to tourists. In the cave, massive limestone formations dangle from the ceiling, glowing from the sides or sprout from the ground.Please do carry sufficient water along with you.

    Mud Volcano (Jalki):The mud volcanoes have erupted so sporadically with recent eruption I n 2005, believed to have been associated with the 2004 earthquake. The natives of this island call it “Jalki”. The mud volcanoes squirt little fountains of mud.Please note photography is strictly prohibited on way to Baratang and on return back to Port Blair, being a Restricted Tribal Area. Stay overnight at designated hotel in Port Blair.

    Day 8: Ross & North Bay Island

    After breakfast proceed for Two Islands tour including Ross Island and North Bay Island. First is RossIsland, commonly referred to as the Paris of the East is the former British residential and administrativecapital during their rule of south East Asia.

    Then proceed to North Bay Island (coral island) to see coral reefs, beautiful ornamental fishes and othermarine lives. This place is ideal for snorkelling and water sports activities. Afterwards return to PortBlair. Stay overnight at designated hotel in Port Blair.

    Day 9: Departure from Port Blair

    Check-out from hotel at 9 a.m. and transfer to Airport. Board the flight for return journey to Kolkata. Tour ends with unforgettable memories.