Andaman Islands

A Tropical Fantasyland

Turquoise seas lapping up on soft white beaches fringed with palm tree set against a backdrop of mangrove and tropical rain forests certainly fits many people’s idea of a holiday paradise. The Andaman Islands, set in the Indian Ocean certainly have a lot to offer. The islands are rapidly gaining popularity as a tourist destination. The islands, together with the Nicobar Islands from part of a long archipelago at the point where Bay of Bengal meets the Andaman Sea. There are around 572 islands 36 of which are inhabited. Only about a dozen are accessible for tourists. Water sports are a major attraction and the coral reefs offer some fine opportunities for snorkeling and scuba diving as well.


  • The largest sea turtles in the world such as the Leatherback nest here
  • Dugong, the gentle sea cow, is the state animal of Andaman and Nicobar Islands
  • Andamans was originally a part of Burma. Pandit Jawaharlal Nehru traded with them in exchange of two districts of Manipur!
  • Radhanagar beach has been voted as the 7th best beach in the world and the best beach in Asia by Tripadvisor
  • The only active volcano in India, the Barren Island, is present in Andaman Islands
  • Have you noticed the scenery on a 20 Rupee note? It depicts a scene from Andaman and Nicobar islands
  • The dreaded Kala Pani Jail (Cellular Jail) which was established by the British after the revolt of 1857 is located in Andaman Islands at Port Blair
  • Baratang in Andaman is the only place in India with mud volcanoes

What Awaits You

  • Clean blue sea with unspoiled beaches
  • Tropical weather
  • A peek into historical past of India
  • Exciting water sports such as snorkeling, scuba diving and kayaking

Date and Price

Duration: 08 Days

Price Rs. -/-

Places Covered

  • Port Blair
  • Neil Island
  • Havelock Island
  • Barathang Caves


  • Transport by reserved vehicle ex- Port Blair
  • Transfers to Neil and Havelock islands by ferry
  • Accommodation on twin sharing basis
  • Breakfast & Dinner
  • Visit to the places as per the itinerary
  • Taxes

Please Note:

Indian nationals needs no permit to visit the Andamans. However, visiting to tribal reserved areas in the Andaman and Nicobar Islands is prohibited. All the foreigners arriving at Port Blair will have to show their passport at Immigration counters at Airport and Seaport for verification. No photograph of aboriginal tribes (Jarawas) while traveling by bus/cars through Andaman Trunk Road is allowed. It is a legal offence.

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