An Insider’s Guide! Spend 5 days of absolute bliss in Andamans!

If your idea of a vacation includes a far-flung destination with white sandy beaches, lush forested interiors, and the possibility of adventure sports, then we have the perfect destination for you to explore.

Visit the Andamans to spend a fantastic vacation with your family and friends. These islands, shimmering like diamonds in the Bay of Bengal, are ideal for rambling around, chilling at the sun-kissed beaches and for experiencing diving in the crystal clear water.

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Here is a detailed itinerary to help you explore these islands–

Day 1: Arrive at the Veer Savarkar International Airport | Explore Port Blair

A tropical forest surrounded by a scenic coastline, Port Blair is among the most exquisite sites to visit in Andamans. Cloaked in mystery since ages, the Cellular Jail is one of the most prominent attractions.


Time Duration: 20 minutes (approx.)
Places to Visit: Cellular Jail, Light and Sound Show, Rajiv Gandhi Water Sports Complex
Must Do: Take a glass boat ride tour
Tips: Carry an extra pair of clothes

Day 2: Ferry Ride from Port Blair to Havelock Island

The serene tropical island of Havelock is among the best in the world for snorkelling and scuba diving. Offering about 40 meters of visibility underwater, colourful coral reefs and peacefulness, Havelock has emerged as a dream destination for locals and foreigners alike.


Time Duration: 2.5 hour (approx.)
Places to Visit: Radhanagar Beach and Elephant Beach
Must Do: Indulge in Water Sports
Tips: Use a high SPF sunblock to prevent sunburn

Day 3: One-day excursion from Havelock to Neil Island | Leave for Port Blair

Tiny yet extremely beautiful, Neil Island is famous as the ‘Vegetable Bowl’ of Andamans. Teeming with unexplored coral reefs, tropical forests, brilliant biodiversity and scenic beaches, Neil Island definitely deserves a visit.


Time Duration: 1 hour (approx.)
Places to Visit: Sitapur, Bharatpur and Laxmanpur
Must Do: Bask in the sun at the Laxmanpur Beach

Day 4: A visit to the Ross Island

Named after Marine Surveyor Sir Daniel Ross, Ross Island offers a mystery to unfold. The now deserted island had all modern amenities until an earthquake rocked it in 1941. The ruins of a bazaar, church, hospital and many other places can be found everywhere at this island. The island is a sheer paradise for all the history enthusiasts.


Time Duration: 20 minutes (approx.)
Must Do: Know about its history from a local agent.

Day 5: Departure from Port Blair

It is time to bid adieu to this mesmerising island till you visit again. 🙂

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