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Mesmerizing Andaman 6 Nights

6N / 7D
5N 
Port Blair
 → 1N 
Havelock Island
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  • Family
  • Beach
  • Recommended
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Included in this package
Hotel
Sightseeing
Meals
Transfer
  • Overview
  • Tour Itinerary
  • Inclusions
  • Policies
  • Tour Destinations

Tour Highlights

Port Blair

  • Historical City Tour
  • Beautiful Corbyn's Cove Beach
  • Mesmerizing Light & Sound Show
  • Lovely Ross Island & North Bay
  • Shopping at Sagarika Emporium
  • Scenic Chidiya Tapu
  • Charming Jolly Buoy
  • Beautiful Baratang Island

Havelock Island
  • Wonderful Radhanagar Beach

Neil Island
  • Lovely Laxmanpur Beach
  • Beautiful Barathpur Beach

Tour Plan

Day 1 

Arrival in Port Blair - City Tour with Light & Sound Show

Arrival at Port Blair Airport & move to the hotel with our envoy. After check-in at the hotel and little relax. The tour starts with the breathtaking trip to City Tour in and around the city like Naval Marine Museum (Samudrika) - gives a good retrospect of the history, shells, Corals marine life, geography and archaeology of these islands, Chatham Saw Mill - one of the oldest and largest wood mill in Asia, Forest museum - offers an insight into forest activities through scale models and displays decorative pieces made of famous woods, Anthropological Museum - displays tribal essential and artifacts, Science centre, Fisheries Museum (Aquarium) - exhibits species of marine life peculiar to the islands and after Lunch, Cellular Jail - a place of pilgrimage for all freedom loving people and Corbyn’s Cove Beach- one of the most picturesque, coconut palm fringed beach, 7 kms away from Port Blair town is an idle for Swimming and Sun-Basking. In the evening move towards to view the history of the heroic freedom struggle which is brought alive in a moving Light & Sound Show at the Cellular Jail. Overnight stay at Port Blair.

Day 2 

Port Blair - Ross Island & North Bay Island

After Breakfast, the voyage begins in a boat towards Ross Island, the erstwhile capital of Port Blair during the British regime. The island presently houses the ruins of old buildings like Chief Commissioner's House, Government House, Church, Bakery, Press, Swimming Pool, etc. and all in dilapidated condition. And then after Lunch, visit to North Bay (Coral Island) - to see corals reefs, exotic varieties of beautiful ornamental fish and other marine life. Overnight stay at Port Blair.

Meal Included

Breakfast

Day 3 

Port Blair to Havelock - Radhanagar Beach

After Breakfast, departure by inter-island ferry to Havelock Island. On arrival at Havelock Island, our envoy will receive at harbour. Check-in at the hotel and relax. After lunch, enjoy your outing at the world famous Radhanagar Beach (Asia's 7th most beautiful beach). Overnight stay at Havelock Island.

Meal Included

Breakfast

Day 4 

Havelock - Neil Island to Port Blair

After Breakfast, proceed to Neil Island by inter-island Cruise. After reaching have lunch & visit Barathpur & Laxmanpur Beach. Return back to Port Blair by inter-island Cruise and move to the Hotel. In the evening move towards Sagarika Emporium for shopping followed by the local market of the city. Overnight stay at Port Blair.

Meal Included

Breakfast

Day 5 

Port Blair - Baratang Island Day Trip

Starts early morning for Baratang Island in the vehicle. At Baratang have breakfast and move to Limestone Cave in a boat, with a transparent vision over it and few minutes trekking through a way visit Mangrove Safari. After Lunch, proceed towards the Mud Volcano where one can experience a closure look over the mud bubbles formed on it. Overnight stay at Port Blair.

Meal Included

Breakfast

Day 6 

Port Blair - Jolly Buoy & Chidiya Tapu

After Breakfast, the tour will start for Jolly Buoy / Red Skin (Mahatma Gandhi Marine National Park) - to see corals reefs, exotic varieties of beautiful ornamental fish and other marine life through glass bottom boat ride. After return have Lunch, proceed for Chidiya Tapu- where lush green mangroves and beautiful beach with breath-taking sunset creates a mesmerizing environment. Overnight stay at Port Blair.

Meal Included

Breakfast

Day 7 

Port Blair Departure

After Breakfast at hotel, we will check out at appropriate time and drive to the airport for your flight to home. We hope you take back many happy memories of your holiday. We would like you to spare a few minutes to write and tell us how you enjoyed your holiday and give us your suggestions.

Meal Included

Breakfast

Inclusions

  • 5 Nights stay in Port Blair
  • 1 Nights stay in Havelock Island
  • Non-alcoholic welcome drink on arrival
  • Daily Breakfast
  • Port Blair City Tour with Light & Sound Show
  • Visit Ross Island & North Bay (Coral Island)
  • Visit Radhanagar Beach in Havelock
  • Visit Laxmanpur & Barathpur Beach in Neil Island
  • Visit Jolly Buoy & Chidiya Tapu
  • 01 Session of Glass bottom boat ride at Jolly Buoy / Red Skin
  • Visit Mangrove Safari, Lime Stone Cave & Mud Volcano in Baratang Island
  • All Entry tickets, Boat / Ferry Charges & Forest Area Permit Charges
  • Return Havelock / Neil Island Ferry transfer by an A/C Luxury Cruise i.e. MV Makruzz (Premium Class) / Coastal Cruise (Premium Class) / Green Ocean (Luxury Class)
  • Complimentary visit to Gandhi Park, Marina Park, Joggers Park (Airport View) & Water Sports Complex
  • Return Airport / Harbour transfers by Private A/C Vehicle
  • All Tours & Transfers by dedicated Exclusive Vehicle

Exclusions

  • Any Airfare
  • Early Check-in and late Checkout in properties
  • Personal Expenses / Extras during Stay in Resort like laundry, Telephone calls, Medicines, Liquor
  • Entry Tickets / Meals other than those mentioned in Inclusions
  • Camera fee & Fun rides in Water Sports Complex
  • Vehicle will be as per itinerary not on disposable basis
  • Anything other than those mentioned in the ‘Inclusions’ list above
  • Any Surcharge, if applicable by the Hotel at the time of booking
  • GST as applicable

Tour Activity

Pricing Calender

Booking Policies

  • 50% of the Holiday Package Cost at the time of Booking.
  • Balance 50% of Holiday Package Cost, 30 days prior to Departure.
  • Non-Refundable items (if any) will be told in advance for full payment.
  • Airfare to be paid full at one time in advance.

Cancellation Policies

  • 25% of Holiday Package Cost will be applicable, Cancelled 51 Days or More
  • 50% of Holiday Package Cost will be applicable, Cancelled between 50 – 36 Days
  • 75% of Holiday Package Cost will be applicable, Cancelled between 35 – 21 Days
  • 100% of Holiday Package Cost will be applicable, Cancelled 20 Days or less.

Important Notes

  • Per person prices are quoted on twin-share basis (2 persons sharing one room).
  • A maximum of 3 adults are allowed in one room (as per hotel).
  • The third occupant of the room shall be provided a mattress/rollaway bed.
  • Airline seats and hotel rooms are subject to availability at the time of booking.
  • In case of unavailability in the listed hotels, arrangement for an alternate accommodation will be made in a hotel of similar standard.
  • Check-in and check-out times at hotels would be as per hotel policies. These are generally pre-decided as per ferry operation schedules.
  • Transportation shall be provided as per the itinerary and will not be at disposal.
  • City museums and monuments remain closed on Mondays while Ross Island remains closed on Wednesdays. If any visit is missed due to closure or maintenance issues, all efforts will be made to cover the sightseeing after returning to Port Blair from Havelock / Neil Island, time permitting.
  • Guests who have pre-booked Scuba or Sea walk shall be provided the activity in Havelock as per time slot availability.
  • Snorkelling is a complimentary activity and in case this is missed due to any reason, there would be no refund/compensation for the same.
  • It is advisable to seek your doctor’s advice before undertaking activities like Scuba or Sea walk, especially in case of any pre-existing medical issues.
  • We reserves the right to modify the itinerary at any point, due to reasons including but not limited to: Force Majeure events, strikes, fairs, festivals, weather conditions, traffic problems, overbooking of hotels / flights, cancellation / re-routing of flights, closure of / entry restrictions at a place of visit, etc. While we will do our best to make suitable alternate arrangements, we would not be held liable for any refunds / compensation claims arising out of this.
  • It is mandatory for all guests to carry valid photo ID’s (Passport / Driving License / Voter ID Card). PAN Card is not accepted at many places as a valid photo ID.
  • Foreign Nationals need to clear immigration at Port Blair, where they are issued with a RAP (Restricted Area Permit) free of cost. This permit is to be carried by the foreign national at all times and would be required at the time of check-in at the hotel, during security checks before boarding vessels, landing on every island etc. It is mandatory to carry valid original passport and visa in order to obtain the RAP. Photocopies / scan copies are not accepted.
  • In case Makruzz/Coastal Cruise are not operational due to weather, technical or other unavoidable reasons, we shall make the best possible alternate arrangements. However, we will not be liable for any refund claims arising from this.
  • If your flights involve a combination of different airlines, you may have to collect your luggage on arrival at the connecting hub and register it again while checking in for the return journey to your origin.
  • For queries regarding cancellations and refunds, please refer to our Cancellation Policy.
  • Disputes, if any, shall be subject to to the exclusive jurisdiction of the courts in Ghaziabad, Uttar Pradesh.

Please Note Tentative Ferry Timings: 
  • Port Blair to Havelock - 1400-1530 
  • Havelock to Neil Island – 1000-1115 
  • Neil Island to Port Blair - 1130-1300 
Do Note: We reserve the right to modify the itinerary / activity fully or partially due to circumstances like weather, traffic conditions, force majeure situations, operational or technical difficulties, etc.

Tour Destination

About City

Nestled away from Mainland India, Port Blair is the capital city of the Andaman and Nicobar Islands. Port Blair is also the headquarters of South Andaman and is a major Indian naval base. It is well known for its INS Jarawa of the Indian Navy, the first tri-command of the armed forces of India. The city is also home to the historic Cellular Jail, and tons of quaint islands nearby like Corbyn's Cove, Neil Island, Ross Island, Rutland Island, Viper Island, Jolly Buoy Island, and Barren Island (known for the only active volcano on the Indian Subcontinent) and the gateway to the pristine islands.

Port Blair is also an Island town offering water based activities like snorkeling, scuba diving, sea-cruises, and glimpses of the history and culture of the region. The Aberdeen Bazaar forms the centre of the town. Most of the restaurants and hotels are around this area. The main bus station is just west of the bazaar and the Airport 4 Kms. to the south west. The main passenger dock for ferries-the Phoenix Bay Jetty is 1 Km. to the North West.

The mainland of Port Blair connects to local attractions such as the scenic Wandoor Beach (famous for swimming and coral sighting) and Chidiya Tapu (a small beach popular for bird watching and catching the sunset). Port Blair also has several museums the most famous of them being, the Anthropological Museum which sheds light protection of the local tribes of the Andamans, and the Samudrika Naval Marine Museum which aims to promote marine conservation. The Mahatma Gandhi Marine National Park is situated to the west of Port Blair and is the oldest national park in the Andaman islands. It aims to protect marine life, corals, and nesting sea turtles and is revered among nature lovers and conservationists across India.

Port Blair is also the point of entry into the Andaman and Nicobar Islands. The city is well connected with mainland India by both air and sea. While it is still not possible to fly to Port Blair from outside India, there are many direct flights connecting Port Blair to all major cities in India and the quickest of them being from Kolkata, Chennai, New Delhi, Hyderabad, Mumbai, Bhubaneshwar, and Vishakhapatnam. Port Blair is also connected by sea to Kolkata, Chennai, or Vishakhapatnam although the travel time is 3-4 days.

Top Places To Visit In Port Blair

1. Cellular Jail
The Cellular Jail, also known as 'Kala Pani' is an old colonial prison situated in Port Blair, the capital of Andaman and Nicobar islands. Constructed by the Britishers during their colonial rule in India, the jail was used particularly to exile Indian political prisoners. It was used to house many notable freedom fighters such as Batukeshwar Dutt, Yogendra Shukla and Vinayak Damodar Savarkar.

2. Corbyn's Cove Beach
Corbyn's Cove is the nearest beach to Port Blair. It is quite popular among tourists as well as locals. Certain parts of the Corbyn?s Cove Beach have some seating arrangement to get a good view of the horizon from a little height. There are some shacks that sell local snacks, drinks, coconut water etc. There are some restaurants also in the vicinity. The beach is one of the places where travellers can get great deals on clothing, accessories and other items to be bought as memorabilia. Corbyn's Cove Beach has some provision for water sports but often people do not want to enter the waters because the surroundings are littered and the water polluted with garbage. The facilities for water sports are also not as impressive as many other beaches in Andaman and Nicobar Islands. But if one wants to, they can go Jet Skiing or a go on a short boat ride into the sea.

3. Rutland Island
Rutland, lined with virgin beaches, is one of the lesser visited of all the islands located in the southern part of Great Andaman archipelago.

4. Viper Island
Years before Cellular Jail was constructed, Viper Island was used by the British to keep the freedom fighters in exile. You can still see the remains of the jail built in 1867 by the British. Located at a distance of 10 minutes ferry ride from Port Blair, the island got its name from the vessel in which Lt. Archibald Blair came to Andaman and Nicobar in 1789. Legend also has it that there were numerous viper snakes present on the island, which is how it got its name.

5. Wandoor Beach
A small village in the southern part of South Andaman, Wandoor is most recognized for the Mahatma Gandhi Marine National Park, which is among the regions with the richest marine biodiversity. Wandoor Beach is situated at the mesmerizing South Andaman Islands. Two islands named Alexandra Island and Red Skin Island are also close to the beach and if you are adventurous, then take a boat to the islands for a trip.

6. Mahatma Gandhi Marine National Park
Located on the south-western coast of the Andaman Islands, Mahatma Gandhi Marine National Park or Wandur National Park is a marine life conservation area situated at a distance of 25 km from the capital city of Port Blair. The wildlife sanctuary consists of a group of 12 islands that are situated in a labyrinthine shape and are home to some of the most exquisite marine life in the world including corals and resting sea turtles among other species.

7. Sandbar Beach
Sandbar Beach is basically a long stretch of sand that connects two islands, Ross and Smith in Andaman. The stunning scenery created by the densely forested islands and the stretch of white sand is quite unique to the location and draws several tourists to witness it charm. On a clear day when the waves are gentle, one can relax a bit on the Sandbar or go snorkelling and swimming on either side.

8. Chidiya Tapu
Known as the bird island, Chidiya Tapu is a picturesque little island in the Andamans, located around 25 kms from Port Blair. While birdwatching is the main allure of the location, there are some fun water activities here, like snorkelling, scuba diving, deep-sea walking, pearl hunting, and boating. The Sunset point of the island is considered one of the best sunset points in the Andamans.

9. Anthropological Museum Port Blair
The Anthropological Museum, situated in the heart of Port Blair, is an ethnographic museum detailing the lives and cultures of the various tribes that have lived here: Jarawas, the Onges, the Sentinelese, the Shompens, and the Nicobarese. Inside the museum, one will come across various artefacts, tools, clothes, boats, leaf baskets, and weapons from different eras of the tribes of this region.

10. Samudrika Naval Marine Museum
Samudrika Naval Museum is located in the capital city of Port Blair and is the pride project of the Indian Navy. With comprehensive coverage of the marine life present in the deep waters surrounding the island chain's territories, this fascinating museum is an amazing source for details on the environment in the ocean, its ecosystem and its biodiversity. The museum also provides in-depth knowledge on the history and culture of the Andaman and Nicobar Islands.

11. Chatham Saw Mill
Chatham Saw Mill is a 19th Century attraction in Port Blair which is renowned as the oldest and the largest sawmill in the continent. It is the only sawmill that provides timber for construction work on the island and is one of the few mills that export timber to industries and furniture units across the world. It is believed that the crimson wall panels at the Buckingham Palace in London have been made of the planks sourced from the mill.

12. Mount Harriet National Park
Mount Harriet National Park is undoubtedly the most beautiful of the nine national parks housed on Andaman island. Located in Ferrargunj Tehsil of Port Blair, Mount Harriet is Andaman's third peak (365m) and the most easily accessible one. Spread over an area of 46.62sq km, the national park is home to several species of birds and animals. Due to its privileged elevated location, the park offers some astounding views of azure blues surrounding the island and fascinating sunset and sunrise experiences.

13. Baratang Island
Baratang Island, also known as Ranchiwalas Island, is a beautiful little island in the North and Middle Andaman Administrative district and is situated about 100 kilometres away from Port Blair by road. The island is well-known for its mangroves, mud volcanoes (only ones in India) and limestone caves. However, you may need to take permission from the Forest Department at Baratang to explore these caves.

14. Red Skin Island Beach
Red Skin Island is one of the 15 beaches found inside the Marine National Park of Andaman and Nicobar Islands. It may be considered an alternative to Jolly Buoy Island as they are adjacent to each other. This island is a promised relaxed journey on a beach that is paradise alike. The picturesque beach and adjoining forest make for a picture-perfect holiday that attracts tourists yearly. The island is a hub for marine life with an abundance of red coral reefs, aquatic animals, tropical plants, white sandy beaches and clear water.

15. Forest Museum
Located near the outskirts of Port Blair, in the Andaman and Nicobar Islands, this one-of-a-kind museum showcases the forestry industry and the timber wealth of the islands. The museum is located within the Chatam Saw Mill complex and is around 10 km away from central Port Blair. The exhibits here include various artefacts and sculptures made from the wood from the islands. Various endemic and rare plant species found in the islands are also on showcase here.

16. North Bay Island
North Bay Island in Andaman is most preferred by tourists for its breathtaking coral reefs and exhilarating adventure activities. Interestingly, the picture of an island on the back of a 20 Rupee note is of North Bay Island.

Food of Andaman

The cuisine Of Andaman 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. There is little here, in which you will not find traces of the sea. 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 Indian, Chinese and a few more cuisines.
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.

How to Reach Andaman

The Andamans and Nicobar islands can be reached via flights and waterways only since these are an isolated cluster of islands in the Bay of Bengal along the Eastern coast of India. The international airport at Port Blari, Veer Savarkar International Airport is connected to major cities across India and serves as the primary entryway in the Union territory. 

Visiting Port Blair is easy as there are many Travel options

By Air
The Veer Savarkar Airport, an International Airport is located in the capital town of Port Blair, the gateway to Andaman and Nicobar Islands. Port Blair, is connected with Chennai, Kolkata, New Delhi and Bhubaneshwar by air. Air India, Jet Airways, Jet lite, Go Air & Spice Jet Airlines operate regular flights. Foreign chartered flights are also permitted to land at Port Blair subject to the fulfilment of guidelines of the Directorate General of Civil Aviation.

By Water
Regular passenger ship services are available to Port Blair from Chennai, Kolkata and Visakhapatnam and back. There are three to four sailings every month from Kolkata and Chennai to Port Blair and vice-versa. There is only one sailing for Visakhapatnam in a month. The voyage takes about 50 to 60 hours during fair weather.

Best Time To Visit

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. 

About City

Havelock Island is one of the largest and most popular isles in the Andaman and Nicobar group of islands. Spread over a massive area of 113.93 square kilometres, Havelock Island is situated 57 km north-east of the capital city Port Blair.

The island is named after a British General and comprises of Ritchie's Archipelago and a collection of five villages including Shyam Nagar, Vijay Nagar, Radha Nagar, Krishna Nagar and Govinda Nagar. It is one of the most developed islands when it comes to tourism, with a focus on eco - tourism. 

The aspect of Havelock Island that draws so many tourists towards itself is its pristine natural beauty and serene atmosphere. A paradise of silky sand beaches, crystal blue water, rich corals and verdant forests, this place is a beautiful manifestation of the region's natural beauty. The southern coast of the island has the charming Radhanagar Beach, while the azure beauty of Vijayanagar Beach is situated towards the east of the island.

Elephant beach and Kalapather beach are two other destinations where the sunrise and sunsets are absolutely divine. What's more, you can also indulge in a number of thrilling adventure activities and water sports, and when you're done with that, a long walk along the stretch of the sand is the perfect way to explore the island on your own. 

Places To Visit In Havelock Island

1. Radhanagar Beach
Awarded with the title of 'Asia's Best Beach' by the TIMES magazine in 2004, Radhanagar Beach in Havelock Island with its turquoise blue waters and powdery white sands lives up to the moniker. Its vast shores of endless white grains stretch across 2 kilometres, making it a prime attraction of the Andaman and Nicobar Islands.

2. Elephant Beach
With its brilliant coral reefs and alluring cyan waters, the Elephant beach is one of the locations that add to the beach paradise reputation of the Andaman and Nicobar Islands. These waters are a prime destination for tourists wishing to engage in water sports like snorkelling, swimming, banana boat rides, speed boats and diving. There are two ways to reach Elephant Beach: Take a ferry from Havelock Jetty to Elephant Beach (1000 INR per person) or trek for half an hour with a guide (INR 500). The trek starts at a distance of 2km from Radhanagar Beach.

3. Kalapathar Beach
Kalapathar beach is a long stretch of white silky sand with big black rocks beside the blue sea and is one the most popular beaches of Havelock Island. Being located on the one tip of Havelock Island, Kalapathar Beach is named after a Black Road (Kalapathar in Hindi) which runs parallel to the seashore. The beach is small but the way to the beach is very good. Mesmerizing views of sunset at this beach makes it a perfect destination to spend some peaceful time and also the beach is not so crowded which has kept it clean till date. The turquoise coloured water can actually be seen during the drive to the beach which makes it look even more mesmerizing. The black rocks the lie along the seashores make a bright contrast with silver sand. Green dense forests surround the beach from all the sides.

4. Vijaynagar Beach
Vijaynagar Beach is one of the most famous beaches on Havelock Island and mostly visited for beach exploration, bird watching, fishing, trekking and thrilling water sports like snorkelling, surfing, sailing and swimming. The picturesque beach has a long stretch of white sand and the pristine turquoise water reflecting the clear blue skies is a view worth visiting. Being located on Havelock Island, Vijaynagar Beach is well-connected to the mainland. Autorickshaws and taxis are available from Havelock Jetty. Kayaking, snorkelling, swimming, and bird watching are among the most common activities carried out here.

How to Reach Andaman

The Andamans and Nicobar islands can be reached via flights and waterways only since these are an isolated cluster of islands in the Bay of Bengal along the Eastern coast of India. The international airport at Port Blari, Veer Savarkar International Airport is connected to major cities across India and serves as the primary entryway in the Union territory. 

Visiting Havelock is easy as there are many Travel options

By Boat
Government ferries run by the Directorate of Shipping Services connect Phoenix Bay jetty, Port Blair to Swaraj Dweep daily. Private luxury boats Makruzz operated by M/s Mak Logistics, Port Blair & Coastal Cruise operated by M/s Coastal Seaways India Pvt. Ltd., Green Ocean, Bhagya Express ferry tourists to Swaraj Dweep daily. At Swaraj Dweep auto rickshaws, taxis, buses, motorbikes are available for transport within the island. The STS Department has introduced the services of two AC Deluxe bus at Swaraj Dweep for the benefit of tourist and local public.

By Air
The Civil Aviation Dept. of A& N Administration operates regular helicopter services from Port Blair airport to Swaraj Dweep.

Best Time To Visit

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. 

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Mesmerizing Andaman 6 Nights

5N 
Port Blair
 → 1N 
Havelock Island
6 Nights / 7 Days
Included in this package
Hotel
Sightseeing
Meals
Transfer
  • Overview
  • Tour Itinerary
  • Inclusions
  • Policies
  • Tour Destinations

Tour Highlights

Port Blair

  • Historical City Tour
  • Beautiful Corbyn's Cove Beach
  • Mesmerizing Light & Sound Show
  • Lovely Ross Island & North Bay
  • Shopping at Sagarika Emporium
  • Scenic Chidiya Tapu
  • Charming Jolly Buoy
  • Beautiful Baratang Island

Havelock Island
  • Wonderful Radhanagar Beach

Neil Island
  • Lovely Laxmanpur Beach
  • Beautiful Barathpur Beach

Tour Plan

Day 1 

Arrival in Port Blair - City Tour with Light & Sound Show

Arrival at Port Blair Airport & move to the hotel with our envoy. After check-in at the hotel and little relax. The tour starts with the breathtaking trip to City Tour in and around the city like Naval Marine Museum (Samudrika) - gives a good retrospect of the history, shells, Corals marine life, geography and archaeology of these islands, Chatham Saw Mill - one of the oldest and largest wood mill in Asia, Forest museum - offers an insight into forest activities through scale models and displays decorative pieces made of famous woods, Anthropological Museum - displays tribal essential and artifacts, Science centre, Fisheries Museum (Aquarium) - exhibits species of marine life peculiar to the islands and after Lunch, Cellular Jail - a place of pilgrimage for all freedom loving people and Corbyn’s Cove Beach- one of the most picturesque, coconut palm fringed beach, 7 kms away from Port Blair town is an idle for Swimming and Sun-Basking. In the evening move towards to view the history of the heroic freedom struggle which is brought alive in a moving Light & Sound Show at the Cellular Jail. Overnight stay at Port Blair.

Day 2 

Port Blair - Ross Island & North Bay Island

After Breakfast, the voyage begins in a boat towards Ross Island, the erstwhile capital of Port Blair during the British regime. The island presently houses the ruins of old buildings like Chief Commissioner's House, Government House, Church, Bakery, Press, Swimming Pool, etc. and all in dilapidated condition. And then after Lunch, visit to North Bay (Coral Island) - to see corals reefs, exotic varieties of beautiful ornamental fish and other marine life. Overnight stay at Port Blair.

Meal Included

Breakfast

Day 3 

Port Blair to Havelock - Radhanagar Beach

After Breakfast, departure by inter-island ferry to Havelock Island. On arrival at Havelock Island, our envoy will receive at harbour. Check-in at the hotel and relax. After lunch, enjoy your outing at the world famous Radhanagar Beach (Asia's 7th most beautiful beach). Overnight stay at Havelock Island.

Meal Included

Breakfast

Day 4 

Havelock - Neil Island to Port Blair

After Breakfast, proceed to Neil Island by inter-island Cruise. After reaching have lunch & visit Barathpur & Laxmanpur Beach. Return back to Port Blair by inter-island Cruise and move to the Hotel. In the evening move towards Sagarika Emporium for shopping followed by the local market of the city. Overnight stay at Port Blair.

Meal Included

Breakfast

Day 5 

Port Blair - Baratang Island Day Trip

Starts early morning for Baratang Island in the vehicle. At Baratang have breakfast and move to Limestone Cave in a boat, with a transparent vision over it and few minutes trekking through a way visit Mangrove Safari. After Lunch, proceed towards the Mud Volcano where one can experience a closure look over the mud bubbles formed on it. Overnight stay at Port Blair.

Meal Included

Breakfast

Day 6 

Port Blair - Jolly Buoy & Chidiya Tapu

After Breakfast, the tour will start for Jolly Buoy / Red Skin (Mahatma Gandhi Marine National Park) - to see corals reefs, exotic varieties of beautiful ornamental fish and other marine life through glass bottom boat ride. After return have Lunch, proceed for Chidiya Tapu- where lush green mangroves and beautiful beach with breath-taking sunset creates a mesmerizing environment. Overnight stay at Port Blair.

Meal Included

Breakfast

Day 7 

Port Blair Departure

After Breakfast at hotel, we will check out at appropriate time and drive to the airport for your flight to home. We hope you take back many happy memories of your holiday. We would like you to spare a few minutes to write and tell us how you enjoyed your holiday and give us your suggestions.

Meal Included

Breakfast

Inclusions

  • 5 Nights stay in Port Blair
  • 1 Nights stay in Havelock Island
  • Non-alcoholic welcome drink on arrival
  • Daily Breakfast
  • Port Blair City Tour with Light & Sound Show
  • Visit Ross Island & North Bay (Coral Island)
  • Visit Radhanagar Beach in Havelock
  • Visit Laxmanpur & Barathpur Beach in Neil Island
  • Visit Jolly Buoy & Chidiya Tapu
  • 01 Session of Glass bottom boat ride at Jolly Buoy / Red Skin
  • Visit Mangrove Safari, Lime Stone Cave & Mud Volcano in Baratang Island
  • All Entry tickets, Boat / Ferry Charges & Forest Area Permit Charges
  • Return Havelock / Neil Island Ferry transfer by an A/C Luxury Cruise i.e. MV Makruzz (Premium Class) / Coastal Cruise (Premium Class) / Green Ocean (Luxury Class)
  • Complimentary visit to Gandhi Park, Marina Park, Joggers Park (Airport View) & Water Sports Complex
  • Return Airport / Harbour transfers by Private A/C Vehicle
  • All Tours & Transfers by dedicated Exclusive Vehicle

Exclusions

  • Any Airfare
  • Early Check-in and late Checkout in properties
  • Personal Expenses / Extras during Stay in Resort like laundry, Telephone calls, Medicines, Liquor
  • Entry Tickets / Meals other than those mentioned in Inclusions
  • Camera fee & Fun rides in Water Sports Complex
  • Vehicle will be as per itinerary not on disposable basis
  • Anything other than those mentioned in the ‘Inclusions’ list above
  • Any Surcharge, if applicable by the Hotel at the time of booking
  • GST as applicable

Tour Activity

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Booking Policies

  • 50% of the Holiday Package Cost at the time of Booking.
  • Balance 50% of Holiday Package Cost, 30 days prior to Departure.
  • Non-Refundable items (if any) will be told in advance for full payment.
  • Airfare to be paid full at one time in advance.

Cancellation Policies

  • 25% of Holiday Package Cost will be applicable, Cancelled 51 Days or More
  • 50% of Holiday Package Cost will be applicable, Cancelled between 50 – 36 Days
  • 75% of Holiday Package Cost will be applicable, Cancelled between 35 – 21 Days
  • 100% of Holiday Package Cost will be applicable, Cancelled 20 Days or less.

Important Notes

  • Per person prices are quoted on twin-share basis (2 persons sharing one room).
  • A maximum of 3 adults are allowed in one room (as per hotel).
  • The third occupant of the room shall be provided a mattress/rollaway bed.
  • Airline seats and hotel rooms are subject to availability at the time of booking.
  • In case of unavailability in the listed hotels, arrangement for an alternate accommodation will be made in a hotel of similar standard.
  • Check-in and check-out times at hotels would be as per hotel policies. These are generally pre-decided as per ferry operation schedules.
  • Transportation shall be provided as per the itinerary and will not be at disposal.
  • City museums and monuments remain closed on Mondays while Ross Island remains closed on Wednesdays. If any visit is missed due to closure or maintenance issues, all efforts will be made to cover the sightseeing after returning to Port Blair from Havelock / Neil Island, time permitting.
  • Guests who have pre-booked Scuba or Sea walk shall be provided the activity in Havelock as per time slot availability.
  • Snorkelling is a complimentary activity and in case this is missed due to any reason, there would be no refund/compensation for the same.
  • It is advisable to seek your doctor’s advice before undertaking activities like Scuba or Sea walk, especially in case of any pre-existing medical issues.
  • We reserves the right to modify the itinerary at any point, due to reasons including but not limited to: Force Majeure events, strikes, fairs, festivals, weather conditions, traffic problems, overbooking of hotels / flights, cancellation / re-routing of flights, closure of / entry restrictions at a place of visit, etc. While we will do our best to make suitable alternate arrangements, we would not be held liable for any refunds / compensation claims arising out of this.
  • It is mandatory for all guests to carry valid photo ID’s (Passport / Driving License / Voter ID Card). PAN Card is not accepted at many places as a valid photo ID.
  • Foreign Nationals need to clear immigration at Port Blair, where they are issued with a RAP (Restricted Area Permit) free of cost. This permit is to be carried by the foreign national at all times and would be required at the time of check-in at the hotel, during security checks before boarding vessels, landing on every island etc. It is mandatory to carry valid original passport and visa in order to obtain the RAP. Photocopies / scan copies are not accepted.
  • In case Makruzz/Coastal Cruise are not operational due to weather, technical or other unavoidable reasons, we shall make the best possible alternate arrangements. However, we will not be liable for any refund claims arising from this.
  • If your flights involve a combination of different airlines, you may have to collect your luggage on arrival at the connecting hub and register it again while checking in for the return journey to your origin.
  • For queries regarding cancellations and refunds, please refer to our Cancellation Policy.
  • Disputes, if any, shall be subject to to the exclusive jurisdiction of the courts in Ghaziabad, Uttar Pradesh.

Please Note Tentative Ferry Timings: 
  • Port Blair to Havelock - 1400-1530 
  • Havelock to Neil Island – 1000-1115 
  • Neil Island to Port Blair - 1130-1300 
Do Note: We reserve the right to modify the itinerary / activity fully or partially due to circumstances like weather, traffic conditions, force majeure situations, operational or technical difficulties, etc.

Tour Destination

About City

Nestled away from Mainland India, Port Blair is the capital city of the Andaman and Nicobar Islands. Port Blair is also the headquarters of South Andaman and is a major Indian naval base. It is well known for its INS Jarawa of the Indian Navy, the first tri-command of the armed forces of India. The city is also home to the historic Cellular Jail, and tons of quaint islands nearby like Corbyn's Cove, Neil Island, Ross Island, Rutland Island, Viper Island, Jolly Buoy Island, and Barren Island (known for the only active volcano on the Indian Subcontinent) and the gateway to the pristine islands.

Port Blair is also an Island town offering water based activities like snorkeling, scuba diving, sea-cruises, and glimpses of the history and culture of the region. The Aberdeen Bazaar forms the centre of the town. Most of the restaurants and hotels are around this area. The main bus station is just west of the bazaar and the Airport 4 Kms. to the south west. The main passenger dock for ferries-the Phoenix Bay Jetty is 1 Km. to the North West.

The mainland of Port Blair connects to local attractions such as the scenic Wandoor Beach (famous for swimming and coral sighting) and Chidiya Tapu (a small beach popular for bird watching and catching the sunset). Port Blair also has several museums the most famous of them being, the Anthropological Museum which sheds light protection of the local tribes of the Andamans, and the Samudrika Naval Marine Museum which aims to promote marine conservation. The Mahatma Gandhi Marine National Park is situated to the west of Port Blair and is the oldest national park in the Andaman islands. It aims to protect marine life, corals, and nesting sea turtles and is revered among nature lovers and conservationists across India.

Port Blair is also the point of entry into the Andaman and Nicobar Islands. The city is well connected with mainland India by both air and sea. While it is still not possible to fly to Port Blair from outside India, there are many direct flights connecting Port Blair to all major cities in India and the quickest of them being from Kolkata, Chennai, New Delhi, Hyderabad, Mumbai, Bhubaneshwar, and Vishakhapatnam. Port Blair is also connected by sea to Kolkata, Chennai, or Vishakhapatnam although the travel time is 3-4 days.

Top Places To Visit In Port Blair

1. Cellular Jail
The Cellular Jail, also known as 'Kala Pani' is an old colonial prison situated in Port Blair, the capital of Andaman and Nicobar islands. Constructed by the Britishers during their colonial rule in India, the jail was used particularly to exile Indian political prisoners. It was used to house many notable freedom fighters such as Batukeshwar Dutt, Yogendra Shukla and Vinayak Damodar Savarkar.

2. Corbyn's Cove Beach
Corbyn's Cove is the nearest beach to Port Blair. It is quite popular among tourists as well as locals. Certain parts of the Corbyn?s Cove Beach have some seating arrangement to get a good view of the horizon from a little height. There are some shacks that sell local snacks, drinks, coconut water etc. There are some restaurants also in the vicinity. The beach is one of the places where travellers can get great deals on clothing, accessories and other items to be bought as memorabilia. Corbyn's Cove Beach has some provision for water sports but often people do not want to enter the waters because the surroundings are littered and the water polluted with garbage. The facilities for water sports are also not as impressive as many other beaches in Andaman and Nicobar Islands. But if one wants to, they can go Jet Skiing or a go on a short boat ride into the sea.

3. Rutland Island
Rutland, lined with virgin beaches, is one of the lesser visited of all the islands located in the southern part of Great Andaman archipelago.

4. Viper Island
Years before Cellular Jail was constructed, Viper Island was used by the British to keep the freedom fighters in exile. You can still see the remains of the jail built in 1867 by the British. Located at a distance of 10 minutes ferry ride from Port Blair, the island got its name from the vessel in which Lt. Archibald Blair came to Andaman and Nicobar in 1789. Legend also has it that there were numerous viper snakes present on the island, which is how it got its name.

5. Wandoor Beach
A small village in the southern part of South Andaman, Wandoor is most recognized for the Mahatma Gandhi Marine National Park, which is among the regions with the richest marine biodiversity. Wandoor Beach is situated at the mesmerizing South Andaman Islands. Two islands named Alexandra Island and Red Skin Island are also close to the beach and if you are adventurous, then take a boat to the islands for a trip.

6. Mahatma Gandhi Marine National Park
Located on the south-western coast of the Andaman Islands, Mahatma Gandhi Marine National Park or Wandur National Park is a marine life conservation area situated at a distance of 25 km from the capital city of Port Blair. The wildlife sanctuary consists of a group of 12 islands that are situated in a labyrinthine shape and are home to some of the most exquisite marine life in the world including corals and resting sea turtles among other species.

7. Sandbar Beach
Sandbar Beach is basically a long stretch of sand that connects two islands, Ross and Smith in Andaman. The stunning scenery created by the densely forested islands and the stretch of white sand is quite unique to the location and draws several tourists to witness it charm. On a clear day when the waves are gentle, one can relax a bit on the Sandbar or go snorkelling and swimming on either side.

8. Chidiya Tapu
Known as the bird island, Chidiya Tapu is a picturesque little island in the Andamans, located around 25 kms from Port Blair. While birdwatching is the main allure of the location, there are some fun water activities here, like snorkelling, scuba diving, deep-sea walking, pearl hunting, and boating. The Sunset point of the island is considered one of the best sunset points in the Andamans.

9. Anthropological Museum Port Blair
The Anthropological Museum, situated in the heart of Port Blair, is an ethnographic museum detailing the lives and cultures of the various tribes that have lived here: Jarawas, the Onges, the Sentinelese, the Shompens, and the Nicobarese. Inside the museum, one will come across various artefacts, tools, clothes, boats, leaf baskets, and weapons from different eras of the tribes of this region.

10. Samudrika Naval Marine Museum
Samudrika Naval Museum is located in the capital city of Port Blair and is the pride project of the Indian Navy. With comprehensive coverage of the marine life present in the deep waters surrounding the island chain's territories, this fascinating museum is an amazing source for details on the environment in the ocean, its ecosystem and its biodiversity. The museum also provides in-depth knowledge on the history and culture of the Andaman and Nicobar Islands.

11. Chatham Saw Mill
Chatham Saw Mill is a 19th Century attraction in Port Blair which is renowned as the oldest and the largest sawmill in the continent. It is the only sawmill that provides timber for construction work on the island and is one of the few mills that export timber to industries and furniture units across the world. It is believed that the crimson wall panels at the Buckingham Palace in London have been made of the planks sourced from the mill.

12. Mount Harriet National Park
Mount Harriet National Park is undoubtedly the most beautiful of the nine national parks housed on Andaman island. Located in Ferrargunj Tehsil of Port Blair, Mount Harriet is Andaman's third peak (365m) and the most easily accessible one. Spread over an area of 46.62sq km, the national park is home to several species of birds and animals. Due to its privileged elevated location, the park offers some astounding views of azure blues surrounding the island and fascinating sunset and sunrise experiences.

13. Baratang Island
Baratang Island, also known as Ranchiwalas Island, is a beautiful little island in the North and Middle Andaman Administrative district and is situated about 100 kilometres away from Port Blair by road. The island is well-known for its mangroves, mud volcanoes (only ones in India) and limestone caves. However, you may need to take permission from the Forest Department at Baratang to explore these caves.

14. Red Skin Island Beach
Red Skin Island is one of the 15 beaches found inside the Marine National Park of Andaman and Nicobar Islands. It may be considered an alternative to Jolly Buoy Island as they are adjacent to each other. This island is a promised relaxed journey on a beach that is paradise alike. The picturesque beach and adjoining forest make for a picture-perfect holiday that attracts tourists yearly. The island is a hub for marine life with an abundance of red coral reefs, aquatic animals, tropical plants, white sandy beaches and clear water.

15. Forest Museum
Located near the outskirts of Port Blair, in the Andaman and Nicobar Islands, this one-of-a-kind museum showcases the forestry industry and the timber wealth of the islands. The museum is located within the Chatam Saw Mill complex and is around 10 km away from central Port Blair. The exhibits here include various artefacts and sculptures made from the wood from the islands. Various endemic and rare plant species found in the islands are also on showcase here.

16. North Bay Island
North Bay Island in Andaman is most preferred by tourists for its breathtaking coral reefs and exhilarating adventure activities. Interestingly, the picture of an island on the back of a 20 Rupee note is of North Bay Island.

Food of Andaman

The cuisine Of Andaman 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. There is little here, in which you will not find traces of the sea. 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 Indian, Chinese and a few more cuisines.
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.

How to Reach Andaman

The Andamans and Nicobar islands can be reached via flights and waterways only since these are an isolated cluster of islands in the Bay of Bengal along the Eastern coast of India. The international airport at Port Blari, Veer Savarkar International Airport is connected to major cities across India and serves as the primary entryway in the Union territory. 

Visiting Port Blair is easy as there are many Travel options

By Air
The Veer Savarkar Airport, an International Airport is located in the capital town of Port Blair, the gateway to Andaman and Nicobar Islands. Port Blair, is connected with Chennai, Kolkata, New Delhi and Bhubaneshwar by air. Air India, Jet Airways, Jet lite, Go Air & Spice Jet Airlines operate regular flights. Foreign chartered flights are also permitted to land at Port Blair subject to the fulfilment of guidelines of the Directorate General of Civil Aviation.

By Water
Regular passenger ship services are available to Port Blair from Chennai, Kolkata and Visakhapatnam and back. There are three to four sailings every month from Kolkata and Chennai to Port Blair and vice-versa. There is only one sailing for Visakhapatnam in a month. The voyage takes about 50 to 60 hours during fair weather.

Best Time To Visit

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. 

About City

Havelock Island is one of the largest and most popular isles in the Andaman and Nicobar group of islands. Spread over a massive area of 113.93 square kilometres, Havelock Island is situated 57 km north-east of the capital city Port Blair.

The island is named after a British General and comprises of Ritchie's Archipelago and a collection of five villages including Shyam Nagar, Vijay Nagar, Radha Nagar, Krishna Nagar and Govinda Nagar. It is one of the most developed islands when it comes to tourism, with a focus on eco - tourism. 

The aspect of Havelock Island that draws so many tourists towards itself is its pristine natural beauty and serene atmosphere. A paradise of silky sand beaches, crystal blue water, rich corals and verdant forests, this place is a beautiful manifestation of the region's natural beauty. The southern coast of the island has the charming Radhanagar Beach, while the azure beauty of Vijayanagar Beach is situated towards the east of the island.

Elephant beach and Kalapather beach are two other destinations where the sunrise and sunsets are absolutely divine. What's more, you can also indulge in a number of thrilling adventure activities and water sports, and when you're done with that, a long walk along the stretch of the sand is the perfect way to explore the island on your own. 

Places To Visit In Havelock Island

1. Radhanagar Beach
Awarded with the title of 'Asia's Best Beach' by the TIMES magazine in 2004, Radhanagar Beach in Havelock Island with its turquoise blue waters and powdery white sands lives up to the moniker. Its vast shores of endless white grains stretch across 2 kilometres, making it a prime attraction of the Andaman and Nicobar Islands.

2. Elephant Beach
With its brilliant coral reefs and alluring cyan waters, the Elephant beach is one of the locations that add to the beach paradise reputation of the Andaman and Nicobar Islands. These waters are a prime destination for tourists wishing to engage in water sports like snorkelling, swimming, banana boat rides, speed boats and diving. There are two ways to reach Elephant Beach: Take a ferry from Havelock Jetty to Elephant Beach (1000 INR per person) or trek for half an hour with a guide (INR 500). The trek starts at a distance of 2km from Radhanagar Beach.

3. Kalapathar Beach
Kalapathar beach is a long stretch of white silky sand with big black rocks beside the blue sea and is one the most popular beaches of Havelock Island. Being located on the one tip of Havelock Island, Kalapathar Beach is named after a Black Road (Kalapathar in Hindi) which runs parallel to the seashore. The beach is small but the way to the beach is very good. Mesmerizing views of sunset at this beach makes it a perfect destination to spend some peaceful time and also the beach is not so crowded which has kept it clean till date. The turquoise coloured water can actually be seen during the drive to the beach which makes it look even more mesmerizing. The black rocks the lie along the seashores make a bright contrast with silver sand. Green dense forests surround the beach from all the sides.

4. Vijaynagar Beach
Vijaynagar Beach is one of the most famous beaches on Havelock Island and mostly visited for beach exploration, bird watching, fishing, trekking and thrilling water sports like snorkelling, surfing, sailing and swimming. The picturesque beach has a long stretch of white sand and the pristine turquoise water reflecting the clear blue skies is a view worth visiting. Being located on Havelock Island, Vijaynagar Beach is well-connected to the mainland. Autorickshaws and taxis are available from Havelock Jetty. Kayaking, snorkelling, swimming, and bird watching are among the most common activities carried out here.

How to Reach Andaman

The Andamans and Nicobar islands can be reached via flights and waterways only since these are an isolated cluster of islands in the Bay of Bengal along the Eastern coast of India. The international airport at Port Blari, Veer Savarkar International Airport is connected to major cities across India and serves as the primary entryway in the Union territory. 

Visiting Havelock is easy as there are many Travel options

By Boat
Government ferries run by the Directorate of Shipping Services connect Phoenix Bay jetty, Port Blair to Swaraj Dweep daily. Private luxury boats Makruzz operated by M/s Mak Logistics, Port Blair & Coastal Cruise operated by M/s Coastal Seaways India Pvt. Ltd., Green Ocean, Bhagya Express ferry tourists to Swaraj Dweep daily. At Swaraj Dweep auto rickshaws, taxis, buses, motorbikes are available for transport within the island. The STS Department has introduced the services of two AC Deluxe bus at Swaraj Dweep for the benefit of tourist and local public.

By Air
The Civil Aviation Dept. of A& N Administration operates regular helicopter services from Port Blair airport to Swaraj Dweep.

Best Time To Visit

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. 

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