The Andaman Islands, an archipelago in the Bay of Bengal with Myanmar to the east and north, are about 1370 kilometres east of mainland India. It is a picturesque landscape of clear waters, sun-dappled white beaches, mangrove wilderness, and coconut groves that provide a cool shade for your hammock as it gently sways in the wind. The Andaman Islands, which are a part of the Union Territory of Andaman and Nicobar Islands, are inhabited by Jarawa and Sentinelese native tribes in addition to Tamil, Telugu, Bengali, Myanmarese, and Nicobarese people. Only a select fraction of the 572 islands, including the northern Coco Islands, which are under the jurisdiction of Myanmar, are accessible to visitors in order to safeguard the Sentinelese people’s right to seclusion.Read More
North Bay Island is well-known for its stunning natural beauty, exquisitely gorgeous coral reefs, up-close views of the undersea marine life, and, of course, for exploring the Andaman Islands' renowned white sand beaches. The coral reefs are this island's most cherished attractions and a popular tourist destination.
The Cellular Jail, also known as Kālā Pānī, was a British colonial prison in the Andaman and Nicobar Islands. The prison was used by the colonial government of India for the purpose of exiling criminals and political prisoners.
Along with other tiny islands that were originally inhabited by British colonists, such as Corbyn's Cove, Wandoor, Ross Island, Viper Island, and others, Port Blair is also well-known for the historic Cellular Jail. Under the Smart places Mission, Port Blair has been chosen as one of the places to be transformed into smart cities.
When you fly into Port Blair in the morning or afternoon, our representative will be waiting outside with a sign with your name. After being driven to your hotel, you check in. After lunch, we travel to Cellular Jail, one of the Andaman Islands' most popular tourist destinations. Indian freedom fighters were held at this prison in the Andaman Islands prior to India's independence. This prison now serves as a national monument. Discover the rich history of the Andaman Islands by visiting this historic site. After this journey is over, we return you to your hotel.
Let's travel back in time to Ross Island, the British Empire's first administrative outpost in the Andaman Islands. The Paris of the past was already mentioned. All the opulence the British people had at the time is now in ruins on this island. Visit this amazing location and then continue on a boat to North Bay Island's Coral Island. This island is the second most popular tourist attraction in the Andaman Sea because of its abundant marine life. Here, you may go diving, sea walking, snorkelling, and taking a glass boat trip. After seeing these well-known locations, unwind and recuperate.
Visit some of the top metropolitan attractions in the Andaman Islands to start your day. Visit the renowned Chatham Saw Mill, one of Asia's oldest sawmills. Next, head to the Anthropological Museum, which is home to artefacts, photographs, and information on the indigenous tribes of the Andaman and Nicobar Islands. After this, head to the Andaman Islands' Fisheries Museum to view a variety of fish species. We go on a shopping excursion to the top stores where coral artefacts are marketed later in the evening. From these shops, buy presents for your loved ones. After this excursion, we return you to your hotel where you will spend the night.
Check out from the hotel and proceed to the airport to return home with sweet memories of this exotic destination. Do note that hotels have an early check-out time. Guest will need to keep their luggage in the reception kiosk if your scheduled flight is in the afternoon. If you wish to visit any attraction during your free time then do let us know
Between October and May is regarded as the ideal season to visit the Andaman and Nicobar Islands since the weather is good and ideal for sightseeing, water sports, and beach excursions. The monsoon season (July to September) is not generally advised because to the high tides, persistent rain, and strong winds.
There is no need for a passport or permit for Indian citizens to visit the Andaman & Nicobar Islands.
Low Season (June – September)