Deluxe Package (3 NIGHTS / 4 DAYS)
- Corbyn’s Cove Beach
- Cellular Jail & Light and Sound Show
- Havelock Island Radhanagar and Kalapathar Beach
- Baratang island
- Limestone Caves and Mud Volcano
- Ross Island
- Chatham Sawmill
- Anthropological Museum
- Fisheries museum
Arrival at Port Blair, our representative at the airport will receive you and after a short introduction, transfer you to Kokari Guest House, after check-in and once you are done with refreshment, we will take you on a tour to the historic cellular jail which will be followed by the light and sound show. (the history & migration to these archipelagos revolves around this monumental architecture, once you finish taking the tour just after a gap of half an hour, you will witness the light & sound show. Like any other light & sound show, it’s a narration of the history of the jail). The day ends here and it’s back to the Guest House.
HAVELOCK ISLAND TRIP We start the day early today as we need to embark on a trip to the Havelock island (Havelock Island. is the one of the largest islands that comprise a chain of islands to the east of Great Andaman in the Andaman Islands. It belongs to the South Andaman; all the ferries depart between 0630 to 0830 hours we need to report at least 45 min earlier to finish the screening and Embarkation procedure, so we will provide you with a packed breakfast for your convenience. Once onboard the cruise it will take about 1½ hours to reach the Havelock Island, our local representative will receive you at the arrival area and assist you with you transfer to the Radha Nagar beach .One of the most beautiful and famous beaches in the Island, before returning to Port Blair. Lunch will be at Havelock.
Baratang Island is an Island located about 110 kms from Port Blair, famous as an eco-tourist destination, the surroundings of the Island is covered with Dense Mangrove Creeks and the most visited site is the Limestone Caves. The journey to the caves is halfway by small boat through the creek which is an exciting and scenic ride and the remaining half is by trekking, hence not recommended for the elderly. The best part of this tour is on the drive to and from Baratang Island where your vehicle crosses a Tribal Reserve area in a convoy system. Here if you are lucky one can spot few of the Aboriginals (from the Jarawa Tribe) along the Road. This tribe is native to the Andaman Islands and are thought to have migrated here some 5000 years ago.
Departure to the origin.