Stunning Andaman - 7 Days


Day 1

On arrival at Port Blair Airport by flight, transfer to the Hotel. Later visit the Cellular Jail and in the evening, attend the enthralling Sound and Light Show at Cellular Jail (Hindi Shows – All Days / English Shows – Mondays, Wednesdays & Fridays only) – where the heroic saga of the Indian freedom struggle is brought alive. Night halt will be at Port Blair.

Day 2

Start after breakfast for a full-day Excursion to North Bay (Coral Island) – to see coral reefs, exotic varieties of beautiful ornamental fishes, and other marine life. The glass bottom boat ride helps one to take a closer look at the vast coral colonies. (Optional Activities – Snorkelling, Swimming, and Trekking) then visit Ross Island – from where the Britishers governed the entire A&N islands, prior to India’s Independence. This island is an ideal destination for a nature walk amidst sylvan surroundings with deers, peacocks, exotic birds, etc. Night halt will be at Port Blair.

Day 3

In the morning after breakfast check out from Hotel and be transferred by inter-island private ferry (morning/ afternoon) to Havelock Island by sea from Port Blair. On arrival at Havelock transfer to the Hotel and after lunch walk down to Radhanagar Beach at Havelock Island (Best Beach in Asia by Time Magazine-2007- and also Declared countries Best beach Announced by Tourism Dept of India) beach Resort. Night halt will be at Havelock.

Day 4

In the Morning after Breakfast visit Elephant Beach on sharing Basis. Elephant Beach is just 40 min by Boat. The boat goes right up to the beach and it’s so easy to slip on your gear and just start snorkeling/Scuba/Sea Walk etc (Direct payment basis). It’s also a great place to just spend the time on the beach and relaxing. The beach is very scenic with fallen trees and white sand giving the photographer some interesting shots. The reef here starts very close to shore at a depth of about 1 meter. The large reef is mostly made up of hard coral and has plenty of marine life. Return back to the resort. Night halt will be at Havelock.

Day 5

In the Morning after breakfast checkout from Hotel and be transfer by inter-island private ferry (morning) to Neil Island, on arrival transfer to Hotel. Evening visit to the Natural Rock Formation + Laxmanpur Beach (Sunset Point) + Bharatpur Beach. Return back to the resort. Night halt will be at Neil Island.

Day 6

In the Morning after Breakfast check out from Hotel and be transfer by inter-island private ferry to Port Blair. Evening free for shopping and souvenirs. Return back to the Hotel. Night halt will be at Port Blair.

Day 7

In the Morning after breakfast check out from Hotel and proceed to Port Blair Airport and depart to the homeland by flight with Fond memories of these mesmerizing Islands.


  • Daily breakfast and dinner on a set menu or buffet basis, as indicated in the meal plan. (Except breakfast on the day of arrival and lunch on the day of departure)
  • Entry tickets, and ferry tickets to all sightseeing places. PB - HL by Private Ferry + HL - NL by Private Ferry + NL - PB by Private Ferry
  • All transfers by 01 AC Car in Port Blair + 01 AC Car in Havelock + 01 AC Car in Neil
  • Meal Plan as per the details mentioned in the Hotel Bracket in BLUE.(MAP :BREAKFAST & DINNER ,AP : ALL MEAL PLAN)


  • Vehicle at disposal at Port Blair and Havelock and Neil
  • Any personal expenses. Room service and special orders Alcoholic and non-alcoholic beverages
  • Any extra excursions or sightseeing apart from the suggested tour itinerary.
  • Porter Charges, Guide Charges including Cellular Jail & Ross Island, and Camera Ticket charges.
  • Other not mentioned meals, laundry, telephone calls, and incidentals. etc. In such a case, extra will have to be paid on the spot by the guest directly.

• The names ‘Andaman’ and ‘Nicobar’ are taken from the Malay Language. …
• Katchal, a tiny island near Nicobar was virtually unknown till the Royal Greenwich Laboratory declared that it would be the first inhabited place on earth to catch the rays of the first sunrise of the millennium. In the first postal issue of the year 2000, India Post issued a commemorative stamp depicting the first sunrise of the millennium at Katchal.
• The largest sea turtles in the world nest here
• North Sentinel Island is home to one of the most isolated paleolithic tribes of the world. The Sentinelese, thought to number around 300, have rebuffed all contact with the modern world and fire their arrows at anyone who comes within range.
• Pandanus is a densely arranged, wedge-shaped fruit that has an immensely hard, woody and fibrous body in which several narrow, edible seeds are embedded. Each section has a fleshy base that contains an aromatic pulp that, after cooking, is a staple food in Nicobar.
• Commercial fishing is banned in the Andaman and Nicobar Islands.
• The only active volcano in India, the Barren Island, is present in Andaman Islands
• Port Blair the capital has infamus cellular jail built by British.

Andaman Climate

Andaman Islands enjoy typical tropical climate all through the year. With an average temperature of around 23°C (minimum) and not exceeding 30°C (maximum), Andaman Islands are hot and humid generally Seasons: Annual Rainfall: 3,000 mm
January to April – Hot & humid. Temperature ranges from 23°C to 36 °C
Monsoon: May to December. The rainy season happens twice a year under the influence of Southwest monsoon in mid-May to September, and Northeast monsoon in November To January. There is medium to heavy rain during the monsoon, in the months from May to mid September and November to mid December.
There is no winter season as such however between October to march the weather is pleasant.

Best Time to Visit

Through the summer and winter seasons, the weather is pleasant and the days are clear, though humid. It’s a good time to enjoy the attractions in the Andaman.

Local Languages

Most speak Hindi or Bengali, but Tamil, Telugu, and Malayalam also are common. The indigenous inhabitants of the Andaman Islands, the Andamanese, historically comprised small isolated groups—all speaking dialects of the Andamanese language


The men go with only a long, narrow piece of cloth or sash, which, going round their waists, and thence down between their thighs, is brought up behind and tucked-in at that part which goes about the waist. The women have a petticoat from the navel to the knee. However due to education and interaction with the modern world now Andaman people wear shirt pants, lungi. Women wear salwar suits, saris.

How to Reach

By air – Being an island, Andaman is connected with India through sea and air routes. Port Blair airport is the only airport having scheduled flights from Chennai, Kolkata & Vizag.
By Train – You cannot reach Andaman via train
By road – You cannot reach Andaman via road.
By Sea Route: Another way of reaching the islands is by taking 3-4 days / Chennai to Port Blair ship. They sail up to six times per week. However, it is time-consuming & takes a long time. Also, the services are strictly depending on weather conditions. If the sea is rough & stormy weather it gets canceled. Hence Air travel is the most convenient.
Moving around: Cars and Rickshaws are often available for transit within the city. Many drivers flock to the gate near the airport and one must bargain for the best price. Two-wheeler rentals are few but can be found. From traveling one island to another island hire a ferry boat.

Health Precautions

We suggest you pick up a bottle of mineral water which is cheap and widely available, drink a lot of fluids keep yourself hydrated. Carry light clothes good for tropical weather. You must carry mosquito repellent, Insect bite ointments & sun screen lotions on the beach. Ask your local guide about beach swimming precautions to avoid sea creature’s bites.

Permits for Protected Areas

Citizens of Afghanistan, China, and Pakistan and foreign nationals having their origin in these countries would continue to require the Restricted Area Permit to visit Andaman & Nicobar Islands. In such cases, the Restricted Area Permit (RAP) would be granted only after prior approval of the Ministry of Home Affairs. If any such national is found visiting these Islands without the Restricted Area Permit, necessary penal action would be taken under the relevant provisions of the Foreigners Act, 1946. Indian passport holders do not require a permit to visit and stay in the populated areas of the Andaman Islands, including Havelock Island. Non-Indian Passport Holders however require an Indian visa to visit the Andaman Islands.

ATM & Credit cards - Mobile & Inetrnet Connectivity

ATM services are available in Port Blair & Havelock Island. However, always keep some cash with you. Credit cards or debit cards are accepted in Port Blair in many places. But if you are visiting Neil Island and Havelock Island you should carry a sufficient amount of cash because the maximum time card is not working because of a network issue.

Most of the service provider has a good network in Port Blair, Havelock Island.
BSNL and Airtel are the two best options. No other network has coverage in all the islands. Internet connectivity is good. Major hotels have WI FI facilities for guests. Airtel provides 4 G in Andaman.


Andaman is good for shopping. Buy Pearls, Spices, Fishbone Articles, Timber Crafts, Shells, Jute Items, Nicobari Mats, Sarongs And Hats, Cane Goods.

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