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Andaman and Nicobar Islands, India

Andaman Tales

Andaman is India’s Serene Archipelago offering its visitors diverse Flora, Fauna, and Landscape. The creeks of mangrove, the dense rain-forest with innumerable beaches, pristine waters and warm people make it one of the best tourist hubs. It offers breathtaking views around every corner

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Andaman Tales
Andaman Tales

Time & Location

07 Nov 2019, 7:00 am – 11 Nov 2019, 6:20 pm

Andaman and Nicobar Islands, India, Andaman and Nicobar Islands, India

About The Event

Day 0 - Assemble in Airport

Day 1 - Arrival at Port Blair you will taken to the hotel and after breakfast start your journey to visit the first Administrative settlement of the Britishers in the Andaman Islands, Ross Island. Earlier, said as the Paris of the past. This island today has ruins of all the luxury the Britishers had during that time. Visit this amazing destination and move forward on a boat to visit the Coral Island of Port Blair, North Bay Island. Infringe with rich marine life this island is the other most visited destination in Andaman. (Scuba Diving, Sea Walk), Snorkeling and Glass boat ride can be done here. Glass boat ride will be provided during your visit to North Bay Island and evening stay at Hotel Shreesh in Port Blair.

Day 2-Depart from Port Blair to Diglipur Island (325 KM) at 4am by road through the dense tropical forest and Jarawa Tribal reserve. Often you might see a member of the Jarawa Tribe while passing through the tribal reserve. On your journey you will take the route of Andaman Grand Trunk road passing through Baratang Island and stay at Betapur .During this trip also experience the lifeline of the Andaman islands, Vehicle Ferry that carries vehicles from one island to the other. On the  way visit Limestone cave in Baratang ( Ride through a fascinating Mangrove drive, which leads to the starting point of the trek to Lime stone caves. Trek through dense forest to reach the Limestone Cave. Made up of the mineral calcite (calcium carbonate) the cave contains beautiful cave formation.) and evening visit DhaniNallah Mangroove walk .

Day 3- After breakfast proceed your journey to Diglipur .

Where you will  visit the heart of Diglipur, Ross and Smith Island. 2 Islands connected by a Sand bar is a treat to see and experience. Your jouney begins from Arial Bay Jetty by boat. It takes around 30 minutes by boat to reach the twin Island. Virgin beaches at this island is a treat to experience. Spend your day enjoying the turquoise water and walk on the Sand bar that adjoins both Ross and Smith Island. We then return back from this trip and visit Aerial bay beach that is one among the turtle nesting grounds in Diglipur. Overnight Stay in Pristine Beach Resort at  Diglipur.

Day 4- Again start your journey early in the morning at 4 am to Port Blair ,on the way visit Morrisdera .Morrisdera is a rocky mountainous terrain opposite to Amkunj Bay, which will perfectly suit the requirements of adventure tourists interested in trekking. The trekking spot is fantabulous. And overnight stay at Silver Spring hotel at Port Blair.

Day 5 - After breakfast proceed for half day city tour and visits museum and monuments 

1.Samudrika Museum

Collection of shells and marine creatures, open from 9:00 am to 12:00 pm and from 2:00 pm to 5:00 pm. Closed on Mondays

2.Anthropological Museum

Insight into the world of pre-historic inhabitants of the island. Open from 8:30 am to 1:00 pm and from 1:30 pm to 4:00 pm.

3.Chatham

The legacy of Chatham began in the year 1789, when Lt. Archibald Blair landed here with the aim to establish a Naval Base. He started the survey from Chatham Island for establishing the British footholds in the Islands. Thus, Port Blair became the starting point of various activities to develop the Islands as a safe place to deport hard-core convicts and to develop the Harbour base.

The Chatham Saw Mill is one of the oldest in Asia. The 100 mtrs long Chatham Bridge connects Port Blair with Chatham Island. This historic bridge was initially constructed out of timber. Later, it was renovated to a modern bridge with concrete structures, which exists today. It is a store house of timber like Padauk, Gurjan, Marble, Satin Wood etc. Chatham has the second largest wharf of these islands, where Island-mainland ships can berth. Within the Saw Mill compound, the Forest Department has put up a museum showcasing the varied timber wealth of the Andaman & Nicobar Islands. The museum offers an insight into forest activities through scale models and display decorative pieces made of Padauk, Marble, Peauma, Gurjan, Satin Wood etc.

The museum is open from 9:00 am to 2:00 pm. Sunday closed.

4. Cellular jail

CELLULAR JAIL ANDAMAN AND NICOBAR ISLANDS

The historic Cellular Jail, earlier known as Kaala paani, was built in an inhospitable environment by the Britishers in the late 18th Century.The structure was built with seven wing prison. Each wing was three storied. The building had a total of 663 cells with one prisoner in each cell. A central tower with seven wings spread across to keep watch on each wing. The idea was to make solitary confinement for prisoners. The prisoners were either the culprits who committed crimes in mainland or some political prisoners who were mainly freedom fighters. One guard could monitor the activities on all the seven wings. The other peculiar feature of the jail was the fact that each wing was confined into its own. Each wing was designed in such a way that the front of one wing faced the back of the other, hence, stopping any communications between the convicts. Sadly, utter solitary confinement was not the only thing that the prisoners were faced with. The brutal beatings, labor and lack of food was enough to break the health and spirit of these prisoners.

After that drop to airport and  Return home with sweet memories.

Depart Port Blair and Welcome back Home!!!

Adventure ends! Until Next Time Of course ;)

The above package is inclusive of the following:

1. Airfare - To & Fro.

2. Food - BF,Lunch, Dinner. (Buffet includes both veg and non veg service)

3. Accommodation at above mentioned hotel.

4. Transportation in a AC, 26 Seater Vehicle – Ferry Charges. 

5. All Current Taxes applicable.

6. The hotel confirmed will be as per the brochure or an alternate hotel of

similar category.

7. It is mandatory to carry a valid photo identity card (Passport /Driving

License /Voter ID card).

The above itinerary excludes:

1. Items of personal nature viz, tips, porterage, room service, laundry, mineral

water, alcoholic or non alcoholic beverages

2. Phone calls, pony / horse rides, rafting, cable car /ropeway rides, helicopter

rides, additional sightseeing tours/ excursions not included in the itinerary,

still or video camera fees etc.

3. Any increase in fuel cost, government taxes, entrance fees, intra and

interstate taxes etc, the tour price will be amended in accordance.

4. Water sports - Scuba, Snorkelling, Glass boat ride.

Things to Carry/Wear.

a. Water bottle - 2lts that will keep you hydrated.

b. Sports/Hike Shoes – walk the talk.

c. Tracksuit/Swimsuit – feel comfortable.

d. Snacks - Dry fruits, Energy bars, biscuits, and chocolates – munch it.

e. Toilet kit – Soap, towel, and wet wipes, etc.– be you.

f. Medical kit – personal medication if any – stays fit.

g. Cap & Glasses – get into the shade.

h. Sunscreen, moisturizer – be nature ready.

Things to Carry/Wear on own risk

a. Mobile phones, cameras, and any e-gadgets.

b. Valuables like gold or any ornaments.

Wishing you a pleasant stay with us.

Regards,

Team Parikrama

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