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Alluring Andaman (03 N Portblair and 02 nights Havelock Island) (5 NIGHTS / 6 DAYS)
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5 nights & 6 days

Andaman waters are suitable for adventure water sports like scuba diving, skiing, sailing, para sailing, wind surfing, snorkeling etc. Trekking through the dense evergreen forests and island camping in beach front forests are the other adventure activities. There are many activities related to water sports adventure in Andaman. The Rajiv Gandhi water sports complex has been developed keeping in mind this unique complex provides facilities like aqua-sport facilities like Water-skiing, Sail boats, Windsurfing, Speed Boats etc., and safe water sports like Paddle Boats, Row Boats etc. There is a sea water swimming pool and a change room. There is also a Memorial for the Battle of Aberdeen fought between Britishers and Andamanese aboriginals in 1859. Nearby is an Amusement Park with Pleasure rides and a children Traffic Park.

5 Nights & 6 Days

3N Port Blair + 2N Havelock


Day 01: Portblair

Arrival at Port Blair and transfer to respective hotel. Start with visit to Corbyn’s Cove Beach - 7 kms from Port Blair - a coconut palm fringed beach, ideal for swimming, sunbasking

& bathing. Later visit Cellular Jail followed by the enthralling Sound and Light Show at Cellular Jail - where the heroic saga of the Indian freedom struggle is brought

alive. Overnight stay at respective Hotel / Resort at Port Blair


Day 02: Portblair-Havelock Island

Early morning departure by ferry to Havelock Island (54 kms by sea from Port Blair). It takes approx 4 hrs to reach the island. Enjoy your afternoon at Beach number 7 on the

western coast, better known as "The Radha Nagar Beach’’. It is one of the most popular beaches on Havelock and was named "Best Beach in Asia" by Time in 2004. Overnight stay

at respective Hotel / Resort at Havelock Island.


Day 03:Havelock Island

Day free for own activity. (Optional Tour: Elephant Beach). Overnight stay at respective Hotel / Resort at Havelock Island.


Day 04: Havelock Island-Portblair

After check out at 9am, visit to the nearly Kala Pathar Beach. The beach gets its name from the surrounding village, which is Kala Pathar Village and the black rocks. Sail for Port

Blair in the evening. Upon return from Havelock Island, transfer to Hotel. Overnight stay at respective Hotel / Resort at Port Blair.


Day 05: Portblair (Coral Island Excursion)

After breakfast, start off for a full- day excursion to Coral Island (North Bay) to see coral reefs, exotic varieties of beautiful ornamental fish and other marine life. This is an ideal

place for snorkeling as this sandy beach coupled with clear water creates a breathtaking spectacle. Please carry your lunch pack, drinking water & changing dress. After North Bay,

Visit Ross Island, the former residential and administrative island of the British duringtheir rule of South East Asia, was nick named the Paris of the East. This island was

completely destroyed in an earthquake, now in ruins. You could see the Deer walking by your side and the peacocks. Now proceed for Harbour Cruise (Viper Island), covering

seven ports by boats, and u can see one of the big floating dry dock, the island naval harbour and mainland going vessel harbour. Overnight stay at respective Hotel / Resort at

Port Blair.


Day 06:Portblair (Departure)

Return home with memories of the ultimate holidays.


As per budget/request



  • Summers (March to May) are warm but pleasant with sea breeze and have humidity level about 80%. It is suitable for all kinds of tourist activities.
  • Monsoon season is also recommended for visit to Andaman & Nicobar Islands as tourist can have more options both indoors and outdoors.
  • There is no water logging or traffic jams.
  • The lush green vegetation and scenic beauty of the islands are more predominant in monsoon.
  • Monsoons (May to August) and Post Monsoons (September to November) accompany medium to heavy rainfalls.
  • Hoteliers in Andamans offer attractive discounts during monsoon seasons.

Winters (December to February) are not chilly and ideal for sight seeing.


Best time to visit Andaman is from October to May.


June to September is prone to heavy rains.


October to May is ideal for sight seeing and also to engage in water sports activities.


Events & Festivals

  • October is a month for many festivals in Andaman including Durga Pooja and Mari Amman festivals.
  • December - January is mesmerizing with the 10 day Island Tourism Festival.

DO's and DONT's

·         Foreigners, especially to ensure to and from confirmed air tickets and accommodation in advance before proceeding to the Andaman Island to avoid immigration problems.

·         Foreign nationals should obtain the required permit from the immigration authorities soon after landing on the island at Airport/Harbour.

·         Visit the permitted areas in the Islands only.

·         Make use of the services of authorized tourist guides.

·         While driving, follow the traffic rules, keep left. Carry legal documents like driving license, permit passport etc.

·         Consult life guards before entering sea.

·         Swim in safe area only.

·         Keep the beaches and the environment clean.

·         Dispose of the garbage at proper places/dustbins and avoid plastic.

·         Observe decency and decorum in dress.

·         Avail the service of Scuba Dive instructors having certification of international/professional organizations like PADI, CMAS, NAUI, BSAC and SSI for safe diving experience.

·         Drive the vehicles in accordance to convoy system. Same day return by ATR is not permissible accordingly to Jarawa Policy.

·         On beach, parents are requested to keep an eye on your kids at all times.

·         Please drink sufficient water to avoid dehydration.

·         Please inform your location to the life guard.

·         Please pick up your bags and bottle while leaving the visiting spot.


·         Foreign nationals should not enter the islands without required permit.

·         Do not enter into restricted/tribal areas.

·         Do not take video, film or photographs inside Tribal Reserve areas of the indigenous tribes.

·         Do not carry sea fans and seashells unless specific permits are obtained from Fisheries Department.

·         Do not light fire in forest areas.

·         Do not stay on the beaches or forest during nights by putting up down tents/hammocks.

·         Nudity on beaches and public places is forbidden.

·         Do not enter the National Parks without permission.

Andaman has a moderate temperature all through the year within the range of 23°C to 31°C. It has a tropical climate. There are no severe climate conditions except for tropical storms and rains in late summers and monsoons

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