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Andaman and Nicobar Islands are one of India’s two island union territories in the Bay of Bengal. In late 2018, the Government of India renamed Havelock Island as Swaraj Dweep, Neil Island as Shaheed Dweep, and Ross Island as Netaji Subhas Chandra Bose Dweep.
These islands are well connected by air to major Indian cities and via ships to Kolkata, Visakhapatnam, and Chennai. The main entry point to these islands from mainland India, Port Blair, is also their capital city. Tourists prefer visiting nearby islands, such as Ross Island, Havelock Island, and Neil Island from Port Blair, for which regular ferry services are available.
Replete with turquoise blue water beaches and a bit of history, Andaman & Nicobar Islands is a little slice of paradise tucked around 1,400 km away from the east coast of mainland India. Port Blair, the capital of this union territory, has a major airport and seaport connected with the rest of the country and with various tourist islands via multiple daily ferries. Havelock and Neil Islands are popular among tourists for their white sandy beaches and excellent diving options.
Andaman & Nicobar Islands comprises 572 islands, only 37 of which are inhabited, and a few are open to tourists. Havelock Island is one of the largest and the most popular islands of all Andaman & Nicobar Islands. Travellers typically enter from Port Blair via flight or ship and spend multiple nights in Havelock and Neil Islands that offer some great resorts.
Port Blair is generally used as a base city to catch ferries to nearby islands. However, tourists also spend a day or two here to explore the town and nearby beaches. People also take day trips to Ross Island and North Bay Island or Baratang and Jolly Buoy island from Port Blair.
Andamans have the most exotic beach and some of them also give the opportunity of trying out a number of water sports such as Scuba Diving, Snorkeling, Sea Walk etc. North Bay Island near Port Blair, Elephant Beach in Havelock Island and Bharatpur Beach in Neil Island are three popular beaches to try out watersports.
Portblair – Portblair
@ ₹ 5000/- per head to be deposited at the time of ensuring the booking. 50% to be paid 20 days prior. Rest of 50 % to be paid on spot.
N.B : Mentioned Tour Price are without Air Fare.
N.B : Type of Plan : AP = Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner * CP = Only Breakfast
N.B : Rates are applicable for per head with 5% GST.
N.B : Regarding Andaman Tour from 15 December to 15 January rates will be 5% to 10 % Extra due to High peak Season.
|Type||2 / 3 PAX||4 PAX or Above||1 to 5 Years||5 to 10 Years|
|All Non AC||AP : 22,500/-||AP : 16,900/-||AP : 11,500/-||AP : 15,950/-|
|All AC||AP : 24,500/-||AP : 19,300/-||AP : 12,500/-||AP : 17,450/-|
|Only Portblair AC||AP : 23,000/-||AP : 18,000/-||AP : 11,800/-||AP : 16,400/-|
A : The policies on face masks and attendee health are:
-Face masks required for travelers in public areas
-Face masks required for guides in public areas
-Temperature checks for travelers upon arrival
A : The policies on sanitization are:
-Hand sanitizer available to travelers and staff
-Regularly sanitized high-traffic areas
-Gear/equipment sanitized between use
-Transportation vehicles regularly sanitized
Veer Savarkar International Airport, situated near Port Blair is the main airport of the Andaman and Nicobar Islands. Approximately 2 kilometressouth of the city.
No passport or visa is required to visit the Andaman’s. Indian citizens don’t need a passport to visit the Andaman’s however, international travellers do. A permit is mandatory for Indian citizens without a passport to visit some of the destinations.
Bengali, Tamil, Malayalam, Hindi, English, Nicobarese, Kurukh, Munda, Kharia [are the main languages spoken in the Andaman’s.
The best time to visit Andaman & Nicobar Islands is between October and March as the weather stays dry on most days and it’s not too hot. The days are bright and quite pleasant for a great vacation. It’s the perfect time for diving and water sports or just lazying around on the gorgeous beaches.
Monsoons (July to September) are not always recommended as the waves could be unpredictable and specific regions also receive heavy downpours. During the monsoon season or on days when it rains heavily, the ferry schedule gets disturbed with big delays and even cancellations. Water sports on beaches are also not available and if you’re planning to dive or snorkel, visibility in the water diminishes during the rainy season.
Summer months (April-June) could be hot and it rains sometimes as well. However, Andaman being a tropical destination, the temperature doesn’t go beyond 37 degrees on most days.
Once known for its Cellular Jail- ‘Kaala Paani’ in Port Blair which primarily imprisoned the freedom fighters who were exiled from the mainland of India during the British Era, the graph of the Andaman and Nicobar islands have lately changed drastically.
Once a brutal prison, it has now been converted into a museum that depicts the entire struggle behind Indian Independence. Here, you must definitely check out Freedom Fighters Photo and Exhibition Gallery, Library on Freedom Movement, Old Photographs Gallery and an eternal flame of Freedom-Swatantrya Jyot erected in memory of all freedom fighters and martyrs.
Andaman and Nicobar Islands are the largest archipelago system in India, comprising of 306 islands and 206 rocks and islets. The canopied rainforests which dominate the archipelago is a haven for 3000 species of plants including palms, mangroves, woody climbers, timbers etc. and almost 6400 species of fauna, both marine and terrestrial. It houses 96 wildlife sanctuaries in India and is also home to nine national parks and one biosphere reserve. The islands are also a popular bird-watching site with at least 240 types of birds which can be spotted here, including migratory birds. The island is also famous for its exotic corals and marine life. The endless coastline draws tourists from all over the world. The colourful shells, rocks and remnants of coral reefs are used as ornate ornaments, natural souvenirs etc. by the tourists. The island’s rich ecosystem, life forms diversity and sheer beauty of the place attract nature lovers, ecology enthusiasts and photographers all through the year.
The Great Andamanese, Jarawas or Sentalenese are considered the first people or natives of the Andaman and Nicobar Islands. They inhabit the South Andaman and Middle Andaman Islands and live in groups and are known to be dark-skinned. They have shunned interactions with outside communities and mostly keep to themselves. They have been inhabiting the islands for the last several thousand years. Most of them have now been wiped out by diseases, epidemics and tsunamis and there are approx. Only 400-450 indigenous people are remaining on the islands. They resort to hunting-gathering lifestyle.
The cuisine Of Andaman and Nicobar Islands is like the island itself – tropical, exotic and refreshing. The sea that is all around has a defining effect on the island’s culture, livelihood and cuisine. The food here, hence, is dominated by seafood preparations and you don’t want to miss the fish delicacies here. Other than seafood too, the staple diet is essentially non-vegetarian.
However, as the island is becoming an increasingly popular tourist spot, the resorts and other eating places will give you options of various regional Indian cuisines, Chinese and a variety of continental options.
Also, the fruits here are popular and refreshing. You can find Mangoes, Bananas, Pineapples, Guava and more. One can also sip in the truly refreshing and tropical coconut water here.
The restricted tribal areas are strictly off-limits for tourism. Special permits are needed by those who are conducting government work or are there for research purposes
Scenic Beaches. Dense Forest. Lots of water sports. Beautiful ambience.
Andaman and Nicobar Islands has a lot of adventurous activities to offer such as Snorkelling and Scuba Diving, Underwater sea walking, Glass Bottom Boat Ride, Mangrove Kayaking, Sea Plane ride.
The currency used in the Andaman Islands is the Indian Rupee (INR). Also, there are several ATMs and bank branches, so withdrawing cash won’t be a problem.
For Indians we need any kind of photo id proof along with photograph, and for foreign travelers original PASSPORT is a must, which they have to carry on their travel. We do all the necessary permissions and permits.