Duration: 05 Days - 06 Nights
Places Covered: Port Blair - Corbyn?s Cove - North Bay Coral Island - Radhanagar Beach - Wandoor Beach - Port Blair
Day 01Arrival- Corbyn’s Cove- Cellular Jail Light & Sound Show
Arrival at Port Blair in the afternoon and transfer to respective Hotel. After checkin and some rest, take a drive towards Corbyn’s Cove Beach, about 7 kms from Port Blair. This coconut palm fringed beach, is ideal for swimming. Later proceed to the National Monument the Cellular Jail, and witness the saga of the Indian Freedom struggle through the Light and Sound Show, held within the same complex. Return to Hotel. Overnight at Port Blair.
Day 0203-Island Tour
After breakfast, embark on a 03-Island tour which starts with North Bay Coral Island. Enjoy snorkeling to see bright and colourful coral reefs and exotic varieties of vibrant colour ornamental fish and other marine life. This is an ideal place for snorkeling because of the clear waters and a closely located beach. Later proceed to the Ross Island, the erstwhile capital of the Islands during the British Rule. The Island still houses the Commissioner’s Palace, the bakery, British Officer’s Club, a church and an old cemetery of the British officer’s on the Island though these buildings now lie in ruins. Later proceed to the Viper Island which once had the gallows set up by the Britishers. The Island now is home to the spotted deer and peacocks that are seem roaming free and playing within the ruins on the Island. Return to Port Blair. Overnight at Port Blair.
Day 03Havelock Island- Radhanagar Beach
Transfer to Havelock Island by Ferry. Proceed to check-in at hotel / resort. Later visit the Radhanagar Beach, the most picturesque beach on the Islands. The beach has also been ranked 07th among the beaches of Asia by the TIME magazine. Return to hotel. Overnight at Havelock Island.
Day 04Havelock Island
Day at leisure. (Optional trip: Embark on the most memorable snorkeling trip to the Elephant Beach, just 40 min by Boat this beach offers snorkelers calm blue shallow waters and is the perfect spot for beginner snorkelers. The boat goes right up to the beach and it’s so easy to slip on your gear and just start snorkeling. It’s also a great place to just spend the day lying on the beach and relaxing. The beach is very scenic with fallen trees and white sand giving the photographer some interesting shots. The reef here starts very close to shore at a depth of about 1 meter. The large reef is mostly made up of hard coral and has plenty of marine life. Note: Inclusive of snorkeling equipment and car pick up and drop to jetty). Return to Hotel. Overnight at Havelock.
Day 05Kala Pathar- Return to Port Blair
After breakfast visit the nearly Kala Pathar Beach and later drop at the Jetty to take the return ferry to Port Blair. Upon return from Havelock Island, transfer to Hotel. Overnight stay at respective Hotel / Resort at Port Blair.?
Day 06Port Blair City tour
After a leisurely breakfast proceed for a sightseeing tour of the Port Blair City which includes the Fisheries Museum (Aquarium) - exhibits species of marine life peculiar to the islands, Anthropological Museum - displays tribal essential and artefacts’, Naval Marine Museum (Samudrika) - gives a good retrospect of the history, shells, Corals marine life, geography and archaeology of these islands and the Water Sports Complex. Return to the Hotel. Overnight at Port Blair.
Departure. Drop at Airport. Return home with memories of a wonderful holiday.
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