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  • A four week long curfew on the islands

    Updated: 26 May 2021

    There is an ongoing four-week long curfew on the island owing to rising COVID-19 cases.

  • Tourist attractions closed till further notice

    Updated: 29 May 2021

     Tourist attractions attracting large gatherings closed till further notice.

  • RT PCR report on arrival

    Updated: 29 May 2021

    A negative RT PCR report has to be presented by all passengers on arrival.

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  • All passengers will be required to go through thermal screening.
  • All incoming passengers have to carry the RT-PCR negative test report issued from an ICMR approved lab. The test should have been taken within 48 hours. RT-PCR timeline begins from the swab collection time. Any passenger without it will be sent back to the origin. Also, handwritten reports are not acceptable.
  • Along with having the negative RT-PCR report, all incoming passengers will undergo Rapid Antigen Test (RAT) upon arrival at designated testing centers that are located within two kilometers of Veer Savarkar International Airport, Port Blair.
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  • Activities attracting huge crowds such as the Light and Sound Show at Netaji Subhash Chandra Bose Island and National Memorial Cellular Jail, water sports, beaches, and other such activities have been suspended across all three districts for another four weeks starting from May 20, 2021.
  • A new standard operating procedure for adventure water sports has been issued.
  • Travelling to North and Middle Andaman Islands, Nicobar group of islands, and Little Andaman Island is not allowed for tourism purposes as of now.
  • The ongoing night curfew has been extended by one hour from 9 pm to 5 am.
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  • Even if the test of the result conducted on arrival is negative, all passengers still have to home quarantine for a week.
  • Any passenger with a positive test result will be sent for institutional quarantine for further treatment.
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  • Regular flights to Port Blair (the capital of the Andaman and Nicobar Islands) are operational now.
  • There are direct flights from Chennai, Kolkata, Bangalore, and Delhi.
  • Public transports like cabs, taxis, and bus services are also functional.
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Travellers should carefully follow social distancing norms and wear masks as well. Also, before making any booking, they should refer to the latest travel news on the government website of the Andaman and Nicobar Islands.

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Parasailing in Havelock Island

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  • Water Sports in Andaman Islands
  • Parasailing in Andaman Islands
Overview

Parasailing
One incredible thing that you will experience while you are in Andaman will be the experience of parasailing. This activity is a blend of both air and water borne activities which makes it more entertaining. To parasail, you need to wear a parachute pulled by a motorboat to sail through the air. During parasailing, you can experience your body being weightless up in the air. To satiate your adrenaline rush, take a dip in the sea by parasailing. Your heart will skip a few beats with this perfect blend of water and airborne adventure.

How to fly?
You will be attached to a large colourful parachute called Parasail wing. Then, the chute is pulled over by a speed boat racing over the turquoise waters of Andaman Sea. Fly like a kite tied behind to a parachute. As the boat speeds up, you will experience a sudden drift which is the most thrilling experience in Andaman. The activity of parasailing is a perfect blend of heavenly sky and calm waters.

Tips
Timings are subject to change based on different weather conditions.
The activity is available most of the days in a year.
You are required to wear light and comfortable clothes for the ride to go smooth. Safety instructions are a must while you go for parasailing.
The price for parasailing ranges from 3500 to 4000 per person.

Overview
As an adventurous activity enjoyed by most of the travellers, it is the safest and thrilling water sport activity for the non- swimmers. Experience this water activity in Andaman to have the best of your times on this island. Once in your lifetime, you should go for parasailing in Andaman and Nicobar Islands. You can add spice to your life by including parasailing in your bucket list.

Where in Andamans


Havelock Island
Havelock Island is the most beautiful island in the Andaman and Nicobar Islands. Parasailing is a thrilling activity to do here as it takes you for a ride in the sky while you watch your reflection in the ocean below. The beautiful coast is the testimony of your memorable experiences from the sky. Within a few seconds of the ride, you start to fly like a kite. The thrill involved in parasailing is doubled by the captivating views of that you get to behold.

Corbyn’s Cove Beach
Corbyn’s Cove is a sandy, palm-fringed beach in the capital city, Port Blair. The breathtaking view from the sky in the Corbyn’s Cove Beach is to die for, figuratively. The aerial view gives a scintillating experience to your adventurous spirit. It is the best place for dihydrogen monoxide activities in the Andaman and Nicobar Islands. Parasailing at Corbyn’s Cove Beach is entirely safe as life jackets are provided to do the activity. One jump from the sea and you will fly above the sky. You are requested to report at the selected time slot for parasailing. Parasailing is an outdoor adventure where it is necessary keeping in mind the mandatory guidelines. Corbyn’s Cove Beach is also ideal for swimming and bathing. The scenic drive around the beach can give you lots of beautiful memories for a lifetime.

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