- Accommodation on double sharing basis.
- Daily Breakfast at all places.
- A/C Private Car at Port Blair & A/C Private car at Havelock Island.
- 3 Islands (North Bay, Ross & Viper Island) boat tickets are inclusive.
- Elephant Beach trip in private charter hi- speed boat & Snorkeling.
- 01 Under water Sea walk at North Bay – Coral Island or 01 Discover Scuba Dive at Havelock Island is inclusive (any one).
- Port Blair – Havelock – Port Blair ferry transfers will be by Makruzz in Premium class seats.
- Entry ticket to City tour & Light & Sound show.
- Mineral water bottles and tissue paper will be present in the car while sight seeing.
- Hotel taxes.
- Government Service tax of 3.09% applicable on the total billed amount.
- Water activities not mentioned in the package.
- Camera Tickets & Dedicated Guide charges.
- Air/Ship fare to & from Port Blair.
- Unspecified Meals (Lunch & Dinner).
- Fun rides in Water Sports Complex.
- Personal Expenses like Telephone, Fax, Internet, Laundry, etc.
- Any extra excursions or sightseeing apart from the tour itinerary.
- Please adhere to the timing given by the company or tour manager for convenient and comfortable tour.
- Please follow the check in and checkout time mentioned by the hotel. In case of early check In and late checkout please mention in advance while booking the package. This will be entertained by the hotel based on the availability at the time.
- Low luggage is always an easy journey!!!
- Carry good pair of swim suit /dress during your visit to beaches.
- Wear good pair of sport of sport shoes during Baratang trip.
- Temperature 22 to 32 degrees throughout the year in Andaman's.
- Always take care of your personal belongings, electronic gadgets and travel documents.
- Do not leave any personal items in ferry or vehicles.
- Follow the instructions placed on each beach or monument.
- In case the sailing of Makruzz is cancelled due to bad weather or a technical snag, the guests will be given alternate sailing on Govt Ferry or similar.
- Hotels in Andaman usually have early check- out timings (around 8 am). So please co-operate with the hotels and our representatives on the same.
- Your itinerary may be changed from the prior one due to government holidays, weather conditions, cancellation of ferry or the time change (of the ferry or the flight).
- There will be no refund of any unutilized service in part or full whatsoever may be the reason.
- Do not enter into restricted/tribal areas. Taking video, film or photographs of any indigenous tribes on these islands is a crime and is punishable by law.
- Visit only the permitted areas in the Islands. Do not enter the National parks without permission.
- Do not remove or take any corals, sea stars or seashells unless specific permits are obtained from the Fisheries department.
- Do not collect dead coral or touch/break live coral.
- Shells (even those you see lying on the beach) are the homes of crabs. Crabs outgrow their shells often and change to new larger shells as needed. Taking a shell from the sea or from the beach deprives a crab of a possible home. Even those that you feel are too large, too small or broken are used by these lovely creatures to live. Do not collect, remove or take any shells from sea or from the beach.
- Do not stand on the coral reef or cause damage to the reefs while snorkeling/scuba diving. Stay streamlined and watch where you put your hand and feet.
- While driving, follow the traffic rules and keep left. Carry legal documents like driving license, permit, passport etc. Wear a helmet at all times when riding a motorbike.
- Consult life guards before entering the sea and pay heed to any warnings that may be posted. Swim in safe areas only.
- Do not swim in unsafe waters during monsoon. Do not swim after consuming liquor.
- Do not stay on the beaches or the forest areas during nights by putting up own tents/hammocks.
- Do not take video or film without permit, wherever such permits are required.
- Do not light bonfires in the forest or beach areas.
- Keep the beaches and environment clean. Avoid plastic as far as possible.
- Do not throw garbage and plastics in public places, beaches and into the sea. Dispose of the garbage and plastics at proper places/dustbins.
- Do not collect, destroy or remove any living or dead animal/plant. Do not hunt birds/animals.
- Observe decency and decorum in dress. Nudity on beaches and in public places is not appropriate in India. Keep in mind the sentiments of the locals and their traditions.
- For scuba diving, avail the service of scuba diving institutions having affiliation to internationally recognized organizations like PADI, CMAS, NAUI, BSAC or SSI. This is highly recommended for your safety.
- Do not venture into diving with unqualified/unregistered dive operator for the same may be dangerous.
Day 1: Arrive Port Blair
Meet & Greet by our company representatives at the airport & get transferred to the hotel. Then proceed for a leisurely trip (Harbour Cruise) in a steamer along the Port Blair Harbour - which takes one to Viper Island. The gallows atop a hillock here is sight to watch. In the evening, attend the famous Sound and Light Show at Cellular Jail - where the heroic saga of the Indian freedom struggle is brought alive.
Day 2: Port Blair - Coral Island + Ross Island – Port Blair
After a sumptuous breakfast at the hotel, start for a full-day excursion by tourist ferry (steamer boat) to North Bay (Coral Island) - to see coral reefs, exotic varieties of beautiful ornamental fishes and other marine life. One can also try Optional Water Activities like Snorkelling, Glass bottom boat ride, or just Swimming. From there visit the Ross Island – which was the Britishers' capital prior to India's Independence. The ruins of a flourishing colony of Britishers can still be found there. This island is also an ideal destination for nature walk amidst sylvan surroundings with deers, peacocks roaming freely about.
Day 3: Port Blair – Havelock (overnight stay at Havelock)
After an early breakfast at Port Blair hotel, get transferred to the harbour for luxury ferry (Makruzz) to Havelock Island (57 kms by sea from Port Blair). The journey takes about 90 minutes. Our company representatives will receive you at the harbour at Havelock and help you with the check-in at the Havelock resort. Rest for a while and after lunch visit the famous Radha Nagar Beach which is at its best during the sunset. Return back and end the day amongst - sandy beach and lush green forest in a comfortable beach resort at Havelock Island.
Day 4: Havelock - Port Blair
Morning (8 am) after check out from the resort enjoy the buffet breakfast. Then keep your luggage in the hotel cloak room and visit Elephant Beach by private charter hi- speed boat. One session of Snorkelling is included in the trip. Return from there and collect your luggage from the cloak room and after a leisurely lunch (on direct payment) proceed to harbour for return ferry (Makruzz) at 3:30 to 4 pm + Return from Havelock to Port Blair & get transferred to the Port Blair hotel.
Day 5: Port Blair
After enjoying the breakfast at the hotel, start for a full-day tour of places in & around Port Blair (City Tour) - covering the famous Cellular Jail, Saw Mill (one of the oldest & largest in Asia), Anthropological Museum, Fisheries (Marine) Museum, Naval Marine Museum (Samudrika). After lunch visit the Andaman Water Sports Complex (for water & adventure sports like Jet-ski ride, Speed boat ride, Banana ride, Sofa ride, Bumper boat ride, Paddle boat etc.) and the Cottage Industries Emporium (Sagarika) - for shopping & souvenirs in the evening.
OPTIONAL ACTIVITIES AT NORTH BAY / WATER SPORTS COMPLEX ON DIRECT PAYMENT BASIS.
(i) Glass Bottom Boat Ride.
(iii) Scuba Dive
(iv) Banana Boat Ride
(v) Bumper Boat Ride
(vi) Sofa Ride
Day 6: Depart Port Blair
Check out from the hotel and get dropped to the airport with endless memories of Andaman Islands.
The Andaman & Nicobar Islands are a group of big & small, inhabited and uninhabited, a total of 572 islands, and lying in the South Eastern Part of the Bay of Bengal. They lie along an arch in long and narrow broken chain, approximately from North to South over a distance nearly 800 kms. . It is logical to presume a former land connection form Cape Negris at South part of Burma to Achin Head (Cape Pedro). The flora and fauna of these islands, however, indicate that this land connection if it existed, should have been prior to the development of their present life form.
The green, ramshackle capital sprawls around a harbour on the east coast of South Andaman and is the administrative nerve centre of the islands. There's plenty to see in town relating to the islands' colonial past plus a couple of interesting museums, and as this is the only place to change money, reliably access the internet and book (and wait for) onward transport, most travellers will spend at least a couple of days here. If you want to experience the more natural beauty of the Andamans – above and below the water – book a ferry and move on to Havelock or one of the other islands.
With one of the Andaman's most dazzling beaches and plenty of cheap bamboo-hut accommodation, Havelock is the island of choice for travellers wanting to kick back and enjoy the slow (but not comatose) pace of island life. It's easily accessible from Port Blair, and offers excellent snorkelling and scuba-diving opportunities. Although Havelock is the most developed of the islands, it's still very low-key and simple – a world away from the beach resorts of mainland India or Southeast Asia. Shells (even those you see lying on the beach) are the homes of crabs. Crabs outgrow their shells often and change to new larger shells as needed. Taking a shell from the sea or from the beach deprives a crab of a possible home. Even those that you feel are too large, too small or broken are used by these lovely