Cellular Jail and Light & Sound Show - Entry Ticket
To and Fro AC Pvt Airport Transfers from Portblair Airport
Half Day City Tour (Cellular Jail & Light and Sound Show) - Ertiga or Xylo Ac Vehicle
To and Fro Non AC Ferry to Nortbay and Ross Island
To & Fro ground transfers from Port Blair to Ross Island - Ertiga or Xylo Ac Vehicle
Day Excursion to Radhanagar Beach - Ertiga or Xylo Ac Vehicle
To and Fro Ground Transfers from Port blair Hotel to Port blair Jetty
One Way transfers From Port Blair to Havelock Ferry Ticket - A/c Makruzz
One Way transfer from Havelock to Port Blair Ferry Ticket - A/c Makruzz
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Day Wise Itinerary
Port Blair is the largest city and the capital of the union territory of Andaman and Nicobar Islands, India. The city gets its name from Lieutenant Archibald Blair, who is said to have established a colony at its site in the year 1789. Notably, this town is home to the famous Cellular Jail National Memorial, which was formerly a jail where many freedom fighters were incarcerated at the time of Indian Independence Movement.
Here is how you will spend your time
Day 1: Arrival At Port Blair
Fly in to Port Blair Airport. Our representative will meet and assist you at the Veer Savarkar Airport. Board the waiting vehicles, drive to your hotel / resort and check in.
First half of the day is at leisure. Later in the afternoon visit Cellular jail followed by light and sound show.
The Cellular Jail has a pride of place in India’s freedom struggle. Many a stalwart were imprisoned here. Declared a national memorial, this three storey prison constructed by Britishers in 1906, is a pilgrimage destination for freedom fighters. This colossal edifice has mutely witnessed the most treacherous of inhumane atrocities borne by the convicts, who were mostly freedom fighters. The day draws to a gentle close with the Sound and Light Show at the historic Cellular Jail which gives you a vivid experience of its strong association with the freedom fighters and their struggle for independence. Return to hotel for overnight stay.
Light and Sound Show at 1800 hrs or 1900 Hrs, depending on ticket availability. Cellular Jail is closed on Monday.
Half day city tour starts with Carbyn's Cove Beach - 7 kms from Port Blair - a coconut palm fringed beach, ideal for swimming, sun-basking & bathing And also Jet Ski-ride is ...
Day 2: Port Blair-ross Island -north Bay Island (Coral Island)
Today after breakfast, embark on a day long to two Island cruise. It covers a panorama of seven harbors that includes North Bay and Ross Island which will leave a lasting impression.
Ross Island - Once the administrative headquarters of the British and capital of these Islands, the island is now under the Indian Navy. It stands now as a ruin of the bygone days with the old structures almost in debris. There is a small museum named Smritika, it holds photographs and the other antiques of the Britishers relevant to these Islands. The Island is famous for friendly flocks of Deer and lush green walking trails.
North Bay - The water lovers may enjoy Snorkeling or Glass bottom boat ride (Optional) in its shallow waters with a chance to see corals up close and also has mesmerizing picnic spots with natural picturesque environment. Return to the hotel by evening for overnight stay.
Ross Island & North Bay is closed on Wednesday.
Ferry for Ross Island leaves at fixed timings and request you to ensure at WSC at the given time.
Glass bottom boat ride, snorkelling, water sports are at an extra cost at North Bay. (Approx Cost for Snorkelling is Rs 800/- PP & Glass Bottom Ride is 500/- PP on sharing basis. Cost may change subject to availability).
Diving and Sea Walk can be done at an extra cost at North Bay. (Approx cost for Sea Walk is Rs 3500/- PP & Jet Ski is Rs 1000/- PP. Cost may change subject to availability)
Note: Please carry change of clothes, towel, cap, sunglasses, sunscreen and wear comfort clothing for this trip.
Boat ride trip to Coral Island and the First Administrative settlement of Britishers in Andaman, Ross Island. Ross Island once glittered with all modern amenities and was ...
Day 3: Port Blair - Havelock Island
Today after breakfast you will transfer to Jetty. Carry valid Photo id proof (PAN Card not accepted) as the same is checked before boarding ferry to Havelock Island on board.
Cruise connecting the two Islands! Havelock, about 54 kilometres northeast of Port Blair, the Island is a hidden jewel.
Havelock is a serene tropical island encompassing about 86 square kilometres. Its clear waters are rated among the best in the world for Snorkeling and scuba diving. Close to 1000 different species of marine life inhabit the waters of the Andaman Islands. Scuba divers can see nudi branches, sea slugs and snails, varieties of ghost pipe fish, jaw fish and a number of different crustaceans of all shapes and sizes. With its serene beaches, 40 meters visibility underwater, colourful coral reefs and ‘far from the maddening crowd’ appeal. Havelock Island has emerged as a dream destination among discerning travellers. Arrive at Havelock Jetty, you are met and assisted by our representative.
Board the waiting vehicles and drive to the hotel.
After check in , relax for sometime.
Later, take a trip to Radhanagar Beach (or Beach No. 7) is the jewel in the crown of Havelock Island. Located on the western side of the Island, it stands away from the cluster. The glorious white sand beach shot to global fame when Time magazine (in 2004) rated it as the finest in Asia. With lush tropical forest rising on a hill to one side, the draw of this white sand beach has steadily grown in the legion of avid beach buffs. The popularity of this beach has triggered cruises from across the Andaman Sea. Travellers cruise over a few days from Thailand to experience the magic of this beach in particular. A wide beach that runs over a few kilometres, Radhanagar is simply stunning. It lends itself to a variety of activities.