INR 850.00
Days: 1


Half Day City Tour - Ex. Portblair - Andaman Nicobar(POR01)
  • Visit Portblair :  Cellular jail /Museums Etc

The string of 300 islands that comprises the Union Territory of Andaman & Nicobar Islands, India lies in the middle of the Bay of Bengal. The islands are ethnically not a part of India for until quite recently they were only inhabited by indigenous people. These islands are often called the "perfect tropical paradise"

 

The Andaman and Nicobar Islands were constituted into a Union Territory in November 1956. The Islands are in two groups: the Andamans and the Nicobar, with a ten degree channel separating the two. They stretch over 500 miles of water in the Bay of Bengal. Geographically, they are situated between the 6th and 14th parallel of north, latitude and between 92 degree and 94 degree of east longitude.


INR 1,350.00
Days: 1


Half Day Chidiya Tapu Beach ( Bird Island ) - Ex. Portblair - Andaman Nicobar(POR03)
  • Visit Different types of Birds

The string of 300 islands that comprises the Union Territory of Andaman & Nicobar Islands, India lies in the middle of the Bay of Bengal. The islands are ethnically not a part of India for until quite recently they were only inhabited by indigenous people. These islands are often called the "perfect tropical paradise"

The Andaman and Nicobar Islands were constituted into a Union Territory in November 1956. The Islands are in two groups: the Andamans and the Nicobar, with a ten degree channel separating the two. They stretch over 500 miles of water in the Bay of Bengal. Geographically, they are situated between the 6th and 14th parallel of north, latitude and between 92 degree and 94 degree of east longitude.


INR 600.00
Days: 1


Sound & Light Show at Cellular Jail - Ex. Portblair - Andaman Nicobar(POR04)
  • Enjoy Sound & Light Show at Cellular Jail

Cellular Jail:Built over twelve years from 1896 to 1908 and home to hundreds of freedom fighters whose names are now engraved on the walls of its watch tower, the Cellular Jail stands as a symbol of colonial oppression, cruelty and untold suffering. Situated in the north-east corner of Port Blair, it is a national memorial now. The prison fanned out in seven wings, stands three stories high and contained a total of 698 cells. Three wings have been now destroyed to make way for a hospital, but a visit to the remaining can only give an indication of the horrors of incarceration. Daily work routines for the prisoners included the crushing of thirty pounds of coconut and mustard oil; being unable to meet the quota would result in severe punishment  shackling and flogging. There are no records of how many died or were executed.


INR 600.00
Days: 1


Mount Harriet - Ex. Portblair - Andaman Nicobar(POR06)
  • There is a nature trail from this hill to the Madhuban forest. From this 
  • place, one can view the Indian Ocean and the other islands. 

Mount Harriet:The summer headquarters of the Chief Commissioner during the British Raj, this highest point near Port Blair is an ideal place for a picnic or a trek. About 55 km from Port Blair by road (15 km by ferry and road), Mount Harriet has a Forest Guest House with lovely huts at a height of 365 m. Nice for sunrises and sunsets.


INR 450.00
Days: 1


Ross Island - Ex. Portblair - Andaman Nicobar(POR08)
  • Visit Ross Island

Ross Island:The erstwhile administrative headquarters of the British was referred to in the early 20th century as the Paris of the East. Manicured lawns that led up to clubhouses, swimming pools, granaries, officers messes, tennis courts and a majestic church lie in ruins, reclaimed by nature after an earthquake in June 1941. Deer roam the islands today, peering from behind the thick bushes, and sometimes mustering up courage to eat biscuits out of your hand. A graveyard has headstones of army officers who died young, and that of an infant who lived for just 22 hours. It is an eerie place, now owned by the navy. Some parts are off limits for visitors. A small museum displays pictures of its old grandeur. 

Open every day except Wednesday. Ferries from Phoenix Bay Jetty at 8.30 am, 10.00 am, 12.30 pm and 2.00 pm; return ferries at 8.45 am, 12.40 pm, 2.10 pm and 4.40 pm. A return ticket costs Rs 20 and the ride takes about 20 minutes. The island Can be explored on foot.


INR 450.00
Days: 1


Harbour Cruise - Ex. Portblair - Andaman Nicobar(POR10)

Visit harbour Cruise : The panoramic view of seven points from sea ie; harbour, floating docks, etc including a trip to Viper Island the place of execution.

The string of 300 islands that comprises the Union Territory of Andaman & Nicobar Islands, India lies in the middle of the Bay of Bengal. The islands are ethnically not a part of India for until quite recently they were only inhabited by indigenous people. These islands are often called the "perfect tropical paradise"

The Andaman and Nicobar Islands were constituted into a Union Territory in November 1956. The Islands are in two groups: the Andamans and the Nicobar, with a ten degree channel separating the two. They stretch over 500 miles of water in the Bay of Bengal. Geographically, they are situated between the 6th and 14th parallel of north, latitude and between 92 degree and 94 degree of east longitude.


INR 450.00
Days: 1


North Bay Island - Ex. Portblair - Andaman Nicobar(POR12)
  • Can see Corals and Sea Lives
  • Can do norkeling and Scuba Diving

The string of 300 islands that comprises the Union Territory of Andaman & Nicobar Islands, India lies in the middle of the Bay of Bengal. The islands are ethnically not a part of India for until quite recently they were only inhabited by indigenous people. These islands are often called the "perfect tropical paradise"

The Andaman and Nicobar Islands were constituted into a Union Territory in November 1956. The Islands are in two groups: the Andamans and the Nicobar, with a ten degree channel separating the two. They stretch over 500 miles of water in the Bay of Bengal. Geographically, they are situated between the 6th and 14th parallel of north, latitude and between 92 degree and 94 degree of east longitude.