Pristine Andaman - Emerald, Blue and You

Pristine Andaman

Emerald, Blue and You

PRISTINE ANDAMAN


  Duration:
9 nights 10 days
   Starting / Ending Point:
Port Blair
  Route:
Port Blair - Havelock Island - Port Blair - Diglipur - Rangat - Port Blair
  Inclusions:
  • Return Flights to Port Blair
  • Hotel / Resort Accommodation
  • All buffet/ fixed Menu breakfast in hotels
  • All land Transfers, Sightseeing in Ac Car
  • Havelock / Neil Island by Luxury Cruise. If not operated we will provide you Govt. Ferry.
  • All Entry permits, Entry tickets, Parking Charges, Boat Tickets / Ferry Tickets wherever required
  • Local Assistance at all arrival and departure points
  • Andaman special drink on arrival
  • Departure day complementary tour of Marina Park, Gandhi Park, Water Sports complex.
  Exclusions:
  • Transfers not specified in the itinerary
  • Glass Bottom boat rides, Jolly ride & Snorkelling charges
  • Entrance Fees & Guide charges
  Note:
Neil island tour from Havelock is purely subjected to weather condition and availability of ferry. If it is not possible, the guest will be taken back to Port Blair and an alternative sightseeing will be arranged.
  Points of Interest:
Samudrika Museum, Anthropological Museum, Chatham Saw Mill, Fisheries Museum, Cellular Jail, Sound & Light Show, North Bay & Ross Island, Radhanagar Beach, Bharatpur Beach, Laxmanpur Beach, Sitapur Beach, Mt. Harriet National Park, Chidiya Tapu, Munda Pahar Sunset Point, Limestone Cave, Ross & Smith Islands, Karmatang beach, Dhani Nallah beach, Amkunj beach, Tribal Reserve Area Baratang, Mud volcano, Jolly Buoy, Wandoor Beach, Rubber Plantation

  Tour Itinerary:

  Day 1: Port Blair Arrival

Arrival in Veer Savarkar Airport. Transfer to Hotel. Tour to the following places:

Samudrika Museum: It is run by the Indian Navy. The museum has seven sections presenting Geographical information, Marine life, Archaeology and people of Andaman. It has a good collection of shells, corals and a few colorful fishes.

Anthropological Museum: It was started in the year 1975-76. It illustrates the four Negrito tribes of the Andamanese viz; the Jarawas, Sentinels, Great Andamanese, the Onges and two Mongoloid tribes of the Nicobar Viz; the Nicobariese and the Shompens. It not only describes the life style of the nomadic tribes of Andaman and Nicobar Island but also defines their stage by stage development till the present age. The articles on display are the various handicrafts, tools, weapons, arts and crafts, and photographs etc.

Chatham Saw Mill: It is one of the oldest and largest Saw Mill in Asia lying on the tiny island connected by a bridge over a stretch of sea-water. It was set up in 1883. It is owned by the government. It is still using the machinery set up initially by the British for wood processing. It was targeted by the invading Japanese forces in March 1942.

Fisheries Museum: It has 350 different species of marine life. The different kinds of marine life on display have been collected from the Bay of Bengal and the Indo-Pacific Ocean. It is situated adjacent to the Rajiv Gandhi Water Sports Complex, Port Blair.

Cellular Jail: This historic building was built in the 19th century to look like a wheel with seven spokes. Today only three wings of the seven remain. It took 10 years to complete. It is called "Cellular" because it is "Cells beyond Cells".

Sound & Light Show: At the National Memorial 'Cellular Jail' you can attend the Sound & Light Show where the heroic saga of the Indian Freedom Struggle is brought alive by the means of light and sound at the jail premises, presented in English and Hindi, which takes you back to the British Era.

Overnight stay at Port Blair.

  Day 2: North Bay & Ross Island

After Breakfast you will be escorted to Andaman Water Sports Complex to catch a ferry which will be your mate for the entire excursion to Ross Island and North Bay.

North Bay: It is also called "The Gate Way to Port Blair". This place is famous for its coral reefs, exotic verities' of beautiful ornamental fishes and water sports activities. The breathtaking stretch of coral bed leaves you spellbound. North Bay is the foremost snorkeling point of Andaman. Apart from snorkeling and glass-bottom boat ride, scuba diving, underwater sea walk facility is also available at North Bay.
Note: Water sports are at own cost. Our packages doesn't include any kind of water sports.

Ross Island: It was the capital of Port Blair during British and Japanese regime, prior to India's Independence. It was named after Sir Daniel Ross, a marine surveyor. It was nicknamed 'The Paris of the East'. It is now under the supervision of the Indian Navy. This island is an ideal destination for nature walk amidst sylvan surroundings with deers, peacocks and exotic birds.

Overnight stay at Port Blair.

  Day 3: To Havelock Island (57 kms)

In the morning you will be escorted to Phoenix Bay Harbor to board Luxury cruise (1.30 hrs) or Govt. Ferry (2.30 hrs) which will take you to Havelock Island.

Havelock Island: The Island is named after a British Army Officer. The island offers state-of-the-art facilities for snorkeling and scuba diving. Havelock is famous for its white sand and crystal clear and transparent waters.

At the Harbour our representative will receive you and help you to check in at your hotel / resort at Havelock, and then he will escort you to Radhanagar Beach which is Asia's 7th most beautiful beach. At Radhanagar Beach you can go for swimming or just get your feet wet and admire the serene beauty of the beach. Overnight stay at Havelock Island.

  Day 4: To Neil Island

After breakfast, leave from Hotel/Resort and proceed to Havelock harbor for catching a cruise to Neil Island, then visit Bharatpur and Laxmanpur, some of the best beaches to explore, then later visit No.1, No. 2 Beaches and Sitapur beach.

In the evening (at 4 pm, depending upon the ferry timings), we will start our return journey to Port Blair enjoying the sea breeze and the sight of the changing colors of the sky, of the setting sun and most of the time accompanied by dolphins and flying fishes swimming along the boat. Overnight stay at Port Blair.

  Day 5: To Mt Harriet National Park

After Breakfast you will be escorted to catch a ferry from Chatham jetty to Bamboo flat. The duration is nearly 20 minutes. From Bamboo flat jetty it is 10 minutes drive by the side of sea and then climbing up to the forest check post. From Bamboo jetty to check post is 7 km and from check post to park (Mount Harriet) is 3 km distance.

Mt Harriet National Park is a National Park located in the Andaman and Nicobar Islands union territory of India. The park, established in 1979, covers about 46.62 km2 (18.00 mi2). The place is shown on the reverse side of Rupee 20 note in India.

Chidiya Tapu: At evening you will visit the Munda Pahad Sunset Point. Overnight stay at Port Blair.

  Day 6: To Diglipur

Early morning start your trip with visit to Lime Stone cave at Tribal Reserve area Baratang, then reach Diglipur. Overnight stay at Pristine beach Resort Diglipur.

Lime Stone Cave: It is located 15 minutes away by sea from Baratang Jetty. We can reach there by "dongis" or small boats. The journey enthralls everyone as it takes you underneath the dense forest of mangroves plantation.

  Day 7: To Rangat

After breakfast, leave for Aerial Bay Harbor, take a boat to visit to Ross & Smith Islands, a twin island bridged by a white sandy beach. After lunch visit to Karmatang beach at Mayabunder, Dhani Nallah beach, Amkunj beach. Overnight stay at Rangat.

  Day 8: To Port Blair

On the way to Port Blair visit the Tribal Reserve Area Baratang & Mud volcano. Later check in to hotel after reaching Port Blair. Overnight stay at Port Blair.

Mud Volcano (Jalki): The mud volcanoes have erupted so sporadically with recent eruption in 2005, believed to have been associated with the 2004 earthquake. The natives of this island call it "Jalki". The mud volcanoes squirt little fountains of mud.

  Day 9: Jolly Buoy & Wandoor

After breakfast leave for Jolly Buoy, Wandoor beach, Rubber plantation on the way spice garden, Tsunami affected area. Later get back to Hotel.

Jolly Buoy Island is very famous for underwater corals and the pristine clear beach. This place is one hour journey from Wandoor beach. The normal time leaving to Jolly Buoy Island at Wandoor beach is 9 am. Make sure to reach Wandoor beach before 9 am. All the ships leave at the same time and come back together.

Overnight stay at Port Blair.

  Day 10: Departure

After breakfast as per your flight timing, you will be transferred to Airport with unlimited memories.

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