The Cellular Jail, also known as Kālā Pānī, was a colonial prison in the Andaman and Nicobar Islands, India. The prison was used by the British especially to exile political prisoners to the remote archipelago.
Havelock Island, with an area of 113.93 km², is the largest of the islands that comprise Ritchie's Archipelago, a chain of islands to the east of Great Andaman in the Andaman Islands.
Ross Island is one of the Andaman and Nicobar Islands, about 2 km east of Port Blair. It was the Administrative Headquarters for the islands, before an earthquake rocked it in 1941. The headquarters were then shifted to Port Blair.
Wandoor is a famous beach in Port Blair and attracts hundreds of tourists everyday during the tourist season. It is very near to Mahatama Gandhi National Marine Park which is a museum of its own kind. Tourists can also go to Jolly Buoy from Wandoor beach, Port Blair.
Fly in to Port Blair Airport. Our representative will meet and assist you at the Veer Savarkar Airport. Board the waiting vehicles, drive to your hotel and check in. First half of the day is at leisure. Later in the afternoon visit Cellular jail followed by light and sound show. The Cellular Jail has a pride of place in India’s freedom struggle. Many a stalwart were imprisoned here. Declared a national memorial, this three storey prison constructed by British in 1906, is a pilgrimage destination for freedom fighters. This colossal edifice has mutely witnessed the most treacherous of inhumane atrocities borne by the convicts, who were mostly freedom fighters. The day draws to a gentle close with the Sound and Light Show at the historic Cellular Jail which gives you a vivid experience of its strong association with the freedom fighters and their struggle for independence. Overnight stay at the Hotel.DAY 1: ARRIVE TO PORT BLAIR
Today after breakfast embark on a day long two island cruise. One of the most sought after activities. It covers a panorama of seven harbours that include North Bay and Ross Island. It leaves a lasting impression. Visit Ross Island. Once the administrative headquarters of the British and capital of these Islands, the island is now under the Indian Navy. It stands now as a ruin of the bygone days with the old structures almost in debris. There is a small museum named Smritika, it holds photographs and the other antiques of the British relevant to these islands. The island is famous for friendly flocks of Deer and lush green walking trails. North Bay, the water lovers may enjoy Snorkelling or take a glass bottom boat ride (Optional on direct payment) in its shallow waters with a chance to see corals up close. And also has mesmerizing picnic spots with natural picturesque environments Return to the hotel. Overnight stay at the Hotel.Day 2: PORT BLAIR - ROSS ISLAND - NORTH BAY ISLAND (Coral Island)
Today we start around 05:30/11:00 AM from Hotel and head to Phoenix Bay Jetty to catch ferry (SPEED BOAT) to Neil islands, on arrival our Representative will receive you and escort you to the Hotel, after check in and little relax; we head for Laxman Pur Beach and Sita Pur Beach and Howrah Bridge.A marvellous Island with plenty of marine life, Neil Island in Andaman is an ideal location for eco-tourism. Neil Island is triangularly shaped with lust green surroundings of paddy fields, banana plantations and tropical trees. Many natural beaches and attraction like Howrah Bridge, a natural bridge formation makes this Island a much sought after picnic spot. The sandy beaches at SitaPur and LaxmanPur are very attractive for spending holidays and evenings. Tourists who like to spend vacations in an eco-friendly locale will find this Island ideal. The breath-taking view of the sea and the lush greenery really rejuvenating and enjoyable for enthusiastic travellers.DAY 3: PORT BLAIR - NEIL ISLANDS
Today after breakfast you will transfer to Jetty. Head to Havelock Island on board Cruise connecting the two islands! Havelock, about 54 kilometres northeast of Port Blair, the Island is a hidden jewel. Few Indians know of this stunning beach destination in their own backyard while heading for Phuket (in Thailand) across the waters of Andaman Sea. Havelock is a serene tropical island encompassing about 86 square Kilometres. Its clear waters are rated among the best in the world for snorkelling and scuba diving. Close to 1000 different species of marine life inhabit the waters of the Andaman Islands. Scuba divers can see nudi branches, sea slugs and snails, varieties of ghost pipe fish, jaw fish and a number of different crustaceans of all shapes and sizes. With its serene beaches, 40 meters visibility underwater, colourful coral reefs and "far from the maddening crowd" appeal, Havelock Island has emerged as a dream destination among discerning travellers. Arrive at Havelock Jetty, you are met and assisted by Our representative. Board the waiting vehicles and drive to the hotel. Check in at the hotel. After relaxation trip to Kalapathar Beach. Overnight stay at the Hotel.DAY 4: NEIL ISLAND - HAVELOCK ISLAND
Today after breakfast, trip to Radhanagar Beach (or Beach No. 7) is the jewel in the crown of Havelock Island. Located on the western side of the island, it stands away from the cluster. The glorious white sand beach shot to global fame when Time magazine (in 2004) rated it as the finest in Asia. With lush tropical forest rising on a hill to one side, the draw of this white sand beach has steadily grown in the legion of avid beach buffs. The popularity of this beach has triggered cruises from across the Andaman Sea. travellers cruise over a few days from Thailand to experience the magic of this beach in particular. A wide beach that runs over a few kilometres, Radhanagar is simply stunning. It lends itself to a variety of activities. Overnight stay at Hotel.DAY 5: HAVELOCK ISLANDS
After Breakfast trip to we proceed for a visit to Elephant beach. Elephant Beach is a small pristine beach, rather remotely located, it can be reached by boat. The beach is also an extremely good place for Snorkelling with an easily accessible house reef, which boasts of beautiful corals and other marine life. The beach has also emerged as Havelock's favourite spot for scuba diving. It is tailor made to be a beginner's dive site. One can just walk straight from the beach and on to the spot where divers practice. Evening return to Port Blair.DAY 6: HAVELOCK - PORT BLAIR
At early morning (0800hrs) proceed for full day trip to JOLLY BUOY(or)RED SKIN, is a part of Mahatma Gandhi Marine National Park, Wandoor has a nice beach and offers spectacular view of corals, fishes and marine life. An island in Mahatma Gandhi Marine National Park, it offers a breath taking underwater view of coral and marine life. It is an ideal place for snorkelling, sea bathing and basking on the sun kissed beach. Snorkelling at Jolly Buoy / Red Skin, the islands are pristine diving territory and come under Mahatma Gandhi Marine National Park (Wandoor). To preserve the coral reefs and sea life forest department regulates the tourist visits by keeping only one open to tourists for the time period. Renowned for its corals in crystal clear water, both islands offer serene beaches. For those with a yen for snorkelling and scuba diving, this is a must. Snorkelling is relatively easy and can be attempted by any swimmer while scuba diving requires specialized expertise. Return to the hotel overnight at the Hotel.DAY 7: PORT BLAIR - WANDOOR - JOLLY BUOY (or) RED SKIN - PORT BLAIR
Dropping to Airport with memories of an ultimate holiday at Andaman Islands.Day 8: DEPART PORT BLAIR
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