The Andaman Islands, located in the Bay of Bengal, are an archipelago consisting of over 300 islands and islets. Known for its pristine beaches, coral reefs, and tropical jungles, the Andaman Islands offer a variety of experiences for visitors. From luxurious resorts to adventure activities, these islands have something for everyone.
One of the most popular attractions in the Andaman Islands is Havelock Island, also known as Swaraj Dweep. Here, you can go snorkeling or diving in crystal clear waters and explore the colorful coral reefs. You can also enjoy kayaking and various other water sports. For those looking for some adventure, you can go trekking in the rainforest, or visit the Limestone Caves or Elephant Beach.
Other popular tourist destinations include Port Blair, Neil Island, and Diglipur. Port Blair offers a variety of historical sites such as the Cellular Jail and the Gandhi Park. Neil Island is known for its secluded beaches and scenic views while Diglipur is perfect for those looking to experience some peace and quiet away from the crowds.
So why wait? Start planning your adventure today with LeTourDeWorld! Our Andaman tour package offers a great way to explore the exotic beauty of the Andaman Islands while enjoying the comforts of home. With our knowledgeable staff and excellent services, you can be sure that your holiday will be an unforgettable one!
|Welcome Drink on Arrival|
|Accommodation on twin sharing basis in hotels mentioned or similar.|
|Cruise transfers Portblair - Havelock - Neil - Portblair.|
|Buffet meals – Breakfast|
|Ross Island cruise Ferry Tickets.|
|Returning Airfare in economy class|
|Chidiya Tapu excursion|
|All Transportation for local sight-seeing tours and airport / hotel / Jetty transfers by A/C vehicle at Port Blair & NAC Vehicles at Havelock/Neil Island on sharing basis as per itinerary.|
|Anything other than mention in inclusions|
|Any personal expenses or services not included in the above itinerary|
|Peak season surcharge may be applicable during the peak season|
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