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9 days / 8 nights
andaman Thrills
Price on Request
9 days / 8 nights
To unfold your untold andaman journey.
Aug 2020.
Our tours departure dates
Easy to Medium
Comfort level of the tour.
FIT Tour
Type of tour.
Snorkeling, Games, Walks
Experiences in your tour.
Port Blair, Baratang, Diglipur, Havelock, Neil
Islands covered in the tour.
Day 1 - Port Blair
Welcome to Port Blair, the capital of the Union Territory of Andaman & Nicobar Islands and gateway to the pristine islands.

We bet as we unfold this untold journey together, you’ll discover a wonderful part of you that you never knew existed.

We begin with Cellular Jail. Take a walk back in time to the highly charged days of Indian freedom struggle as you go around the Cellular Jail. Here’s where hundreds of Indian freedom fighters suffered pain and torture and succumbed to death at the hands of Britishers.
This place fills you with pride and deep emotions as you look upon the cells and read the names of the inmates and articles about them.
One of the most famous prisoners here was Veer Savarkar, who served 10 years here, even wrote poetries while imprisoned and also helped establish a library and educate the inmates.
Also, get a good view of Mount Hariett, North Bay and Ross Island from the roof of the jail.

Later, wash off that somber mood as we head to one of the most beautiful beaches of Andaman- the Corbyn’s Cove beach. Indulge in this stunning visual treat of turquoise blue waters lined with emerald green coconut palms. Try any of the numerous water sports activities available here like jet-skiing, boating, surfing, swimming.

Later in the evening, we go back to Cellular Jail for the popular Light & Sound show. Narrated by late Bollywood actor, Om Puri, this show gives you a closer glimpse into the struggles and experience of the freedom fighters imprisoned here.  
DAY 2 - Port Blair to Rangat via Baratang
We start the day early to drive to Baratang Island, one of the remotest corners of Andaman.

Delight in this unforgettable trip through the Andaman Trunk road, while passing by the Jarawa Reserve Forest in a convoy, observing the settlements of the Jarawa tribe – one of the oldest existing human races, en route. This place was inaccessible to people of the island and tourists for a long time because the Jarawas are highly territorial and suspicious.

Then we take a short boat ride through a wide creek and hushed narrow mangroves and trek for 2km through a tropical forest walkway to reach the Limestone Caves.

Marvel at the massive sedimentary limestone formations, constantly evolving in shape and size with different patterns. After this, watch a rare phenomenon of active mud volcanoes, created by the eruption of mud, water and gases. These are the only known site of mud volcanoes in India.

As we proceed to Rangat, we’ll stop over at Amkunj Bay Beach.
The opportunities of enjoying solitude and peace would be numerous throughout our trip and Amkunj Bay beach, with its distinctive black sands and rocky shores offers you a perfect start.

Sit, sunbathe and unwind in one of the unique eco-friendly sofas made out of logs, unique eco-huts and tables erected at the beach side, here. Enjoy a nice, warm swim at Amkunj to wash away the weariness of the journey.

We reach Rangat in time for dinner.
DAY 3 - Rangat to Diglipur via Mayabunder
Today, you’re in for a walk of a lifetime. The Dhani Nallah Walkway, leading to the Dhani Nallah beach, cuts straight through dense mangrove forests.

Experience, from upclose, this rich ecosystem and get familiar with animals, birds and rich marine life like crabs, shrimps and fishes in their natural habitat while taking this 715 meter long walk through the heart of mangroves. You might even spot crocodiles, here.

The beach itself is a haven with miles of soft, brown sands lined with casuarinas and dotted with swings, shades and a bamboo tower.

If you’re lucky and travelling between November and February, you may get to see little turtles scuttling to the turquoise waters for the first time in their lives.
If you bring your own equipment, this place is a perfect spot for windsurfing.

From here we drive through a scenic and photogenic route housing agricultural farms to reach Panchavati Hills.

Enjoy some time splashing under the gentle and breath-taking Panchvati waterfall, trek through the lush greenery all around, go around the farms and learn about various farming techniques from the locals and capture the vivid colours of this place on your camera to keep with you for eternity.

Trust us, you'll not want to forget the serenity and beauty of this place.

Next up, breathe in the fresh air at an eco-village, known as Ray Hills. It is a magnificent safe house to experience village life in its purest form.

Spend some time in eco-guesthouses, trek through the wilderness, try angling or ride an elephant, here. This place also has a small library, so you can sit back with a book for a while here, if you so fancy.

Just experience the mending powers that it offers to both your body and your spirit.
Finally, we reach Karamatang Beach, one of the most visually striking places in Andaman. Also known as the Turtle Paradise of India, you can see the Turtle Nesting farm here. You can go scuba-diving, snorkelling or swimming here.

By nightfall, we’ll be back to the hotel in Diglipur, have dinner and turn in for the night.
DAY 4 - Diglipur to Port Blair
Early morning, we start off for Kalipur beach and watch numerous species of sea turtles like the Olive Ridley, and the endangered Green turtles, Leatherback sea turtles and Hawksbill sea turtles at the turtle nesting farm there.
The sand at Kalipur is volcanic grey and there is a reef, 200 meters north to the beach, alive with colourful fish and sea creatures. Snorkelling is allowed here only under expert supervision and with proper equipement.
People also visit the tiny Craggy Island, a short, 20 minute swim away from Kalipur beach.

Explore the northern most tip of Andaman with Ross & Smith Islands- twin islands connected by a strip of sand bar.
At Smith Island, feast your eyes on the beautiful crystal clear, gem-green waters, silvery sand and lush greenery in this place, while lying on a beach chair, or sitting under shades or rocking on a swing.
Cross the sand bar to Ross Island and explore its wildlife sanctuary, if you wish. You have exactly three hours to enjoy these two islands to your heart’s content.

Later, we drive to Port Blair, have dinner and spend the night here.

DAY 5 - Port Blair to Havelock Island
Leave for Havelock Island on a high speed fully air-conditioned catamaran ferry.
Get a taste of paradise on earth with beautiful white sandy beaches, rich coral reefs and thriving, jade green forests here. Check in to the hotel.

Explore an unforgettable curve of white sandy beaches, walking barefoot in the perfectly coloured azure waters, lined by dense rainforests and palm trees at Radhanagar beach. It has been titled the ‘7th best beach in the world’ by Time Magazine.
A 10 minutes walk along the beach will take you to a pristine lagoon called Neil’s Cove- a perfect spot for clicking some awesome Instagram-worthy pictures. No need of filters.

This place offers everything you have dreamt of when you picture yourself having a perfect beach vacation.
DAY 6 - Havelock Island
Today, we head to the turquoise waters of Elephant beach full of fallen tree trunks, a mangrove creek and exquisite coral reefs.

Snorkeling is highly recommended here because of the rich coral reefs and amazing underwater marine life you get to witness in this place.

Try other fun-filled activities like diving, swimming, bird-watching, trekking and kayaking, for an out-of-the-world experience.

Experience magic, when you head out into the sea just after sunset for a night kayaking adventure and paddle over an ocean that glows and sparkles with bioluminescence. With every swish of your paddle, the sea is lit up as if the stars themselves have fallen into the water. An adventure you will cherish for your life.

The rest of the evening is for leisure, followed by dinner and lights out.
DAY 7 - Havelock Island to Neil Island
Today, we take a ferry to Neil Island.

This is a tiny but beautiful island with unexplored coral reefs, brilliant bio-diversity, white sandy beaches and tropical forest and vegetation. Chill out at the long, deserted beaches here and revel in the relaxed vibes of this place aftre the ‘bustle’ of Havelock.

Drive through green fields and a variety of crops and forest trees to witness silvery sands meeting the turquoise waters of the sea, forming a miraculous painting against the backdrop of the sun and the clear, blue sky at Sitapur Beach.

Then head to another perfect beach called Bharatpur Beach. It looks like it has been painted by an artist in his dream. It is known for swimming and coral-watching with it’s vast sandy stretches.
Unlike most islands in Andaman, Neil has a flat terrain and that’s what makes it ideal for cycling.

Revisit your childhood as we cycle through a scenic route featuring picturesque villages, coral reefs, calm beaches and rich wildlife to reach Laxmanpur Beach.
At Laxmanpur Beach, we are welcomed by views of sandy beaches, full of white shells, and shallow water making it a good snorkeling option. It also offers you a chance to spot lots of coral formation, ornamental fish, sea urchins, sea cucumbers, star fish etc.
Experience a little romantic adventure by taking a walk across the natural bridge, formed by rocks, here.

By nightfall, we return to Havelock.
DAY 8 - Neil Island to Port Blair
We ferry back to Port Blair and check in to our hotel.

In the evening, we drive to the southernmost tip of South Andaman Island, called Chidiya Tapu to enjoy the sunset. You'll get to watch stunning views of dense forests, rolling hills and the rocky beach of Kalapathar pass by, en route.

Like the name suggests, this island is a haven to all bird watchers offering a chance to spot around 46 exotic species of birds like drongos, hanging parrot, scarlet minivet, emerald dove, long-tailed and red-breasted parakeets, white-bellied sea eagles and grey-fronted and imperial green pigeons in their natural habitat.

Trek through the thick forest, with views of the beautiful coast line in the distance, to reach the Munda Pahad (Black Mountain). While walking through this jungle, catch a glimpse of a variety of wild pigs, barking deer and spotted deer.

Then we head back to our hotel for dinner and rest.
DAY 9 - Depart Port Blair
Time to say goodbye to this tropical paradise and fly back home full of everlasting memories of this adventurous trip and untold experiences that it has unfolded inside you.
Eat, Sleep, Travel, repeat!
We have handpicked these hotels for you.
Port Blair
— Hotel Shompen or Similar
Havelock Island
— Symphony Palms Beach Resort or Similar
Neil Island
— Aquays Hotel or Similar
— Pristine Beach Resort or Similar
See what features are included in price and what more can be explored...
Tour price ₹. includes:
  • Accommodation
  • Return airport / harbor transfers by Private A/C vehicle
  • Sightseeing and all transfers in Private A/C vehicle
  • All entry permits/ tickets, ferry tickets and forest area permits wherever applicable.
  • Ferry transfers (SUBJECT TO AVAILABILITY).
  • Daily breakfast (except on the arrival day).
  • One session of Snorkelling / Glass Bottom Boat Ride.
  • Experience cycling in Neil Island
  • Assistance at all arrival and departure points.
  • Travel Insurance
Tour price excludes:
  • Airfare / train tickets
  • Personal expenses
  • Tips
Optional Experiences:
  • Cruise Dinner in PortBlair
  • Theme Dinner in Havelock
Pre/Post Tour Add On's
  • 1 night for Wandoor Beach and Jolly Bouy
  • 1 night for Mount Harriet
  • 1 night for Baratang Island
  • 3 nights for Diglipur
Light cotton clothes, Shorts, Comfortable Pants, Raincoat/Umbrella, Slippers, Smart Casuals Shoes, Swim wear, Sunglasses, Hat.
Toothbrush, Paper towel, SoftFibre towel, Toothpaste.
Money/card, Photo Id proof.
Medicine box
Vital medicines, Insect Repellent, Sunscreen.
Duffle bag, Dry sack for clothes.
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