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Andaman view Tour



Duration 14 Nights / 15 Days
Destination Covered Port Blair,Port Blair
Price (Starting From) On Request

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Tour Itinerary

Day 1: Cellular Jail

Built over twelve years from 1896 to 1908 and home to hundreds of freedom fighters whose names are now engraved on the walls of its watch tower, the Cellular Jail stands as a symbol of colonial oppression, cruelty and untold suffering. Situated in the north-east corner of Port Blair, it is a national memorial now. The prison fanned out in seven wings, stands three stories high and contained a total of 698 cells.

Day 2: Corbyns Cove

Corbyns Cove, 7 Kms., from the town, is the coconut-palm fringed beach, ideal for swimming, surfing and sun-basking. Facilities like water sports, restaurant and bar, change room, etc., are also available.

Day 3: Ross Island

A short boat ride from Phoenix Bay Jetty, Ross Island, was the seat of the British Administration. Important ruins include a Church, Cemetery, Swimming Pool and Chief Commissioner's residence. A small museum of Indian Navy, Smritika, has a good collection of old records. Boats are available from Phoenix Bay Jetty, Port Blair daily except Wednesday.

Day 4: Viper Island

Viper Island is very near to Port Blair and was the old Jail were British's used to harbor convicts. It has ruins of gallows atop a hillock. The Jail was abandoned when the Cellular Jail was constructed in 1906.

Day 5: Coral Island

A full day tour to watch underwater coral and marine life through glass bottomed boat . To reach the island, we shall first take you to Wandoor National Marine Park by a vehicle to embark a motor Launch. Safe for swimming and snorkeling.

Day 6: Havelock Island

An Island located South Andaman group and to reach the island it takes 4-5 hours by a motor boat. A beach at Radhanagar is world famous. Most ideal place for tent-camping. At Havelock, the tourism department has accommodation right in front of the beach. Subject to availability of ship sailings, guest can visit the island with an itinerary to return on the same day however we recommend a guest staying at least 1 night in the island.

Day 7: Fisheries Museum

The Fisheries Museum near the Water Sports Complex houses nearly 350 species of marine life, including live coral, sharks, polyps and starfish.

Day 8: Chatham Saw Mill

Chatham Island, at the north tip of Port Blair, houses Asias largest saw mill. Dating back to 1836, the enormous workshops are built in the durable (and expensive) padauk wood. Since the 1970s, logging on the islands has been banned and most of the wood now comes by ship from Malaysia, Myanmar and Thailand. A guide will take you through the entire process of the logs being unloaded, sorted, cut, planed and finally stored in vast godowns to be shipped off to the mainland. Huge saws, with 200 to 300 teeth, grind their way for two to three hours before their teeth need to be sharpened again.

Day 9: Samudrika Museum

The Samudrika is a museum run by the navy. It is divided into five sections: history of the islands, their geography, people, marine life and archaeology. It houses an impressive display of coral and shells, and a large relief map of the islands topography.

Day 10: Anthropological Museum

The Anthropological Museum, at Haddo in north Port Blair, was set up in 1975. It displays tribal essentials and artifacts such as boats, weapons, baskets, clothing, photographs, models and records of exploratory expeditions undertaken over the years. A well-stocked library provides the scholar with invaluable references to tribal culture.

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