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Andaman Islands

Indian islands

The Andaman Islands offer white sandy beaches where you can relax, soak up the sun and enjoy various adventurous water sports activities. The Exotic 10-day Andaman tour package is a well-planned itinerary devised to offer you a memorable holiday. It includes a visit to the Radhanagar Beach, snorkeling at Elephant Beach, light & sound show inside the Cellular Jail, enjoy coral reefs to enjoy their abundant sea life and relaxing at Bharatpur beach and Laxmanpur Beach. Andaman is an ideal place for you to wind, away from stress of city life.

This Andaman tour package takes you on a cruise to Havelock and Neil Islands where one can explore the enchanting beaches and indulge in water sports like scuba diving and snorkeling among others. In Port Blair, this tour package for Andaman will also take you to the Cellular Jail where the Light and Sound show will leave you spellbound as the saga of Indian freedom struggle unfolds in all its glory.

Keeping the promise of taking you to the best of the Andamans, the travelers will also enjoy a full day excursion to the North Bay and Ross islands where one can float seamlessly over the colorful coral reefs in a glass boat ride. Other major attractions in Andaman like Radhanagar beach, Sitapur beach, and Howrah Bridge are also included in this Andaman itinerary.

Note: This is just a suggested itinerary indicative of what could be possible. We tailor holidays for your specific needs. Contact us if you want modifications so that we could tailor a holiday to suit your need for an unforgettable India tour.

10 Days
3+ Age
  • Destination

  • Departure

    Delhi, India
  • Departure Time

    Any time
  • Return Time

    Approximately 8:30 PM.
  • Dress Code

    Casual, comfortable athletic clothing, hat and light jacket.
  • Included

    All taxes and official expenses
    Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner
    City tour
    Departure Taxes
    Domestic flights
    Local staff and porters
    Personal Guide
  • Not Included

    Alcohol and cold drinks
    Basic guesthouse accommodation
    Entry visa
    International flights
    Mandatory travel insurance
    Permits and TIMS permit
    Personal trekking equipment
    Tips for trekking staff and driver

Day 1: Arrive in Delhi

Our representative will pick up you from the airport and transfer you to the hotel. In the afternoon, we will go to see India gate. Later we will have welcoming dinner. Overnight stay at Hotel

Day 2: Delhi City Tour

Morning after breakfast check out from hotel and leave for Delhi sightseeing, Hyumayun Tomb, Red Fort, Jama Masjid, Chandni Chowk, Hyumayun Tomb, Parliament House. Overnight stay at Hotel

Day 3: Flight to Port Blair : Arrival & Day at leisure

For centuries, the Andaman and Nicobar Islands were cloaked in mystery due to their inaccessibility. These islands are shimmering like emeralds in the Bay of Bengal and present a scenic and picturesque landscape. The dense forests cover these islands and the innumerable exotic flowers & birds create a romantic and lovely atmosphere.
On arrival in Andaman, the agent’s representative will greet you at the Port Blair and escort you to your hotel.
After check-in, the day is offered at leisure. You can check-out the nearby markets, go sightseeing or just relax at the hotel with your family.

Day 4: Port Blair: Go for a city tour

Have your breakfast and then start with your Port Blair city tour. The tour in your Andaman family package covers Anthropological museum and Chatham Saw Mill before lunch.
After a hearty lunch at a local restaurant, you will be taken to Corbyn’s Cove Beach. Take a walk in the shore with your family and enjoy some sand games.
Later in the evening, go explore the bird haven at Chidiya Tapu. The island is approachable by road and is famous for its sunset. Also, it is not very crowded.
Dinner will be at the hotel followed by comfortable overnight stay.

Day 5: Port Blair: Enjoy water activities at Wandoor Beach

Spend the day frolicking in the water and going through a Marine Park.
This day of your Andaman family itinerary takes you to Wandoor beach, after an indulgent breakfast. Spend the day enjoying the beach with your family and go for a few water activities if you will.
Make time for lunch, and then spend some time at the Marine Park.
After that, head back to the hotel for a delightful dinner and overnight stay.
Optional: Indulge in water activities (charges extra)

Day 6:Port Blair - Havelock by Ferry (2.5 Hour) and Radhanagar Beach visit.

Post breakfast, check out from the hotel and board a jetty to the heavenly Havelock Island via private cruise. Upon arrival you will be transferred to your resort to relax for a while before setting off for sightseeing at Havelock.
You will visit the marvelous Radhanagar Beach which has been voted the best beach in Asia and is among the top ten beaches of the world.
After a memorable excursion at the beautiful beach, return to your hotel for an overnight stay.

Day 7: Neil Island: Sightseeing and transfer to Neil Island

After breakfast you will be taken to the Elephant Beach to delight in its crystal clear blue waters. Explore the vibrant coral reefs before settling for a lunch. Post lunch, a private cruise will take you to Neil Island.
At Neil Island you will visit the Laxmanpur Beach which is one of the best places to witness a sunset. Enjoy the serenity and tranquility of the beach before making your way back to the hotel for an overnight stay.
Optional: Enjoy scuba diving at Elephant beach (charges extra)

Day 8: Port Blair: Sightseeing in Neil Island and transfer to Port Blair

Post breakfast you will get a chance to bask in the splendor of Neil Island with a visit to its most popular tourist attractions. Kick back and relax as you traverse the white sand and turquoise waters of the Bharatpur Beach and Sitapur Beach. Also, witness the magnificence of the natural rock formations of the Howrah Bridge.
Your Neil Island tour will be followed by a private cruise for transfer to the capital city - Port Blair. On arrival, check-in to your hotel for a soothing overnight stay. Bharatpur Beach at Neil Islands People enjoying sea bed walking in Andaman

Day 9: Port Blair: Full day excursion to North Bay and Ross

After breakfast you will be taken for a full day excursion to North Bay where the underwater world comes alive. You will be amazed as you explore the underwater corals and indulge in water activities like semi-submarine ride and glass bottom boat ride. From there you will proceed for the last sightseeing tour as part of your package as you proceed to Ross Island. The island was once the administrative headquarter from where the British controlled the entire Andaman archipelago. Today the ruins at the island make for great nature walks surrounded by deers, peacocks and exotic birds.
Post your sightseeing, return to your hotel at Port Blair for a comfortable overnight stay.
Optional: Semi-Submarine ride and glass bottom boat ride (charges extra) Couple enjoying scuba diving in Andaman Glass bottomed boats at Jolly Buoy Island in Andaman

Day 10: Port Blair: Departure back Delhi

Breakfast among the serene shores of Andaman before checking out from the hotel. Now, you will be transferred to the airport. Board your flight back home reminiscing about the wonderful memories you created on your trip.
Rest in Hotel

Day 11: Final departure

Our representative will drop you off at the airport approximately 3 hours before our scheduled flight.

Tour Location

Andaman and Nicobar Islands

The Andaman and Nicobar Archipelago consists of over 345 islands, islets and rocky outcrops, with land area extending up to 8,249 km2 and a coastline stretch of 1,962 km; the Andaman Islands constitute 6408 km2 and the Nicobars 1841 km2. The Andaman Islands are the extension of the submerged Arakan Yoma Mountain range of Myanmar and the Nicobars are the continuation of the Mentawai Islands to the south and southeast of Sumatra. These two island groups situated in the Bay of Bengal span 6°45′ N to 13°41′ N (740 km) and 92°12′ E to 93°57′ E (190 km). The nearest land mass to Great Nicobar Island is Sumatra, 145 km southeast; and the Myanmar coast is roughly 280 km north of Landfall Island, the northern- most island in the Great Andaman group. The topography of the Andaman and Nicobar Islands is hilly and undulating, the elevation in the Andamans is from 0 to 732 m, Saddle Peak being the highest in North Andaman Island. In the Nicobars the elevation rises from 0 to 568 m, Mt Thuillier being the highest peak on Great Nicobar Island. The Andaman Islands support one of the world’s most extensive mangrove ecosystems, almost 101,172. Due to their long isolation, these islands have evolved significant diversity of flora and fauna with a high level of endemism; including Andaman affinities to Indo- China and Nicobar affinities to the Indo- Malayan.
Of the 306 islands in the Andamans and Nicobars, 33 are inhabited, 94 are designated as sanctuaries, including six areas as national parks, two of which are marine national parks, two areas and two islands as tribal reserves in the Andamans. The land area of 6408 km² in the Andamans constitutes 90% as reserves and protected areas of which 36% is tribal reserves. The entire Nicobar group is a tribal reserve and has four wildlife sanctuaries, two national parks and one biosphere reserve. Settlers from mainland India, numbering over 400,000, inhabit the Andaman Islands and the three original inhabitants; are marginalized to small areas in the Andaman Islands. Ecological Profile The Andaman and Nicobar Islands consists of very fragile island ecosystems and some of the most pristine in the world. These ecosystems are very diverse and support very unique flora and fauna. Both these island groups are a distinct eco region and are classified as one of the 12 bio geographical zones of India. The landscape for large islands emerges from sea grass beds, coral reef or rocky outcrops, to beaches, littoral forest, Andaman slope forests, hilltops, into valleys and streams. Some of the dominant tree species in these luxuriant forests reach heights of 40- 60 m. In some areas in the Andamans along the west and the east coast, the landscape starts from reefs or rocky outcrops to steep rock faces with wind blown vegetation. The topography of all large islands in the Andamans, Little Andaman, Little Nicobar and Great Nicobar Islands, is mostly interlaced with perennial and seasonal freshwater streams and in some areas a matrix of mangrove creeks extending into marshes. Little Andaman Island has ecosystems that do not occur anywhere else in the Andamans or the Nicobars, mainly extensive fresh and saline water marshes and peat Of the total forest cover, dense forests with crown density of 40 % and above constitute 85. 9 %, open forests with crown density less than 40 % constitute 1. 7%. The mangroves occupy 12 % of the land area. The mangrove ecosystem are protected, in the Andaman Islands. Mangroves cover an area of 929 km² and in the Nicobar the extent is 37 km². Grasslands are unique to the central group the Nicobars and occur on low hillsides of Teressa, Bompoka, Nancowry and Camorta and in the central part of Trinket. Lowland grasslands are restricted to Great Nicobar Islands mainly on the inland riverbanks. The Andaman and Nicobars are fringed by one of the most spectacular reefs in the world and, currently they are not only significant for the Indian Ocean region, but are also globally significant. The Andaman reefs consist of about 83% of maximum coral diversity found any where in the world and is equal to the “Coral Triangle” of Indonesia.

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