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AWESOME ANDAMAN HONEYMOON PACKAGE (4 Night / 5 days)

Duration
5 Days

Day 1

Day 2

Day 3

Day 4

Day 5

Day 1: Cellular Jail & Carbyn?s Cove

Cellular Jail > Carbyn?s Cove

Cellular Jail
4.5 /5

Andamanbeach says

The Cellular Jail Also Called Kala Pani (Hindi for Black Water), Was a Colonial Prison in the Andaman and Nicobar Islands, India. The Prison Was Used by the British Especially to Exile Political Prisoners to the Remote Archipelago. Many Notable Dissidents Such as Batukeshwar Dutt, Yogendra Shukla, and Vinayak Damodar Savarkar, Among Others, Were Imprisoned Here During the Struggle for India?s Independence. Today, the Complex Serves as a National Memorial Monument.

Carbyn?s Cove

Andamanbeach says

It is situated 7km South of Port Blair, It is the Nearest Beach to the Town. This Soft Sandy Beach is Flanked by Coconut Palm and Pleasant Sea. You Could Just Laze Around or Go for Water Sports Like Surfing, Scuba Diving, and Boating. Tourism Complex at the Beach Offers These Activities. Here's More on Corbyn's Cove:

Day 2: Ross/North Bay Island

Ross Island
4.4 /5

Andamanbeach says

Ross Island is a Beautiful Destination to Visit When in Andaman and Nicobar Islands. This is a Lovely Place to Tour if You Want to Make a Day Out It by Traversing for Hours Amidst Its Historical Importance. Ross Island Was the Headquarters of the British Colony and Today It Houses and Buildings Are Ruined, That Were Built During the British Time. The Islands Century Old Trees Have Captured Few Important Landmarks by Its Wild Vines, Roots, and Trunks Like the Officers? Quarters and Rundown Church of the British Times. Besides, Some Must Visit Attractions in Ross Island Are Like the Chief Commissioner's House, the Cathedral, and Graveyard of the Britishers.

North Bay Island

Andamanbeach says

A Journey of 15- 20 Minutes From Jetty of Port Blair, Takes You to the North Bay Island of Andaman. The Beach Here is Renowned for Its Amenities and Water Sports Like Snorkeling and Scuba Diving. Since There Are Abundant Facilities Like Locker Rooms to Store Valuable Things, Huts to Relax for a While, Good Restaurants and Reasonable Rates of Water Sports, the Footfall of Tourists in North Bay Island is Very High. If Interested You Can Book the 30-45 Minutes Scuba Diving in the Jetty Itself.

Day 3: Port Blair to Havelock (Swaraj Dweep)

Havelock Island
4.6 /5

Andamanbeach says

Havelock Island, Popularly Called as Havelock, is the Largest Island Among the Ones That Combine to Form Ritchie's Archipelago. Apparently, Havelock Island is One of the Few Places in the Union Territory of Andaman and Nicobar Islands Where the Administration Has Encouraged the Development of Eco-tourism.

3.77 km away

Radhanagar Beach
3.0 /5

Andamanbeach says

Radhanagar is Without a Doubt the Most Famous Beach in the Andaman Islands. Crowned as ?Asia's Best Beach? and ?7th Best Beach in the World? by Time Magazine, This Place Sees a Lot of Tourists. It Truly is an Unforgettable Curve of White Sand With Perfectly Coloured Blue Waters, All Lined by Lush Forest and Palm Trees. It is Easy to Enjoy This Postcard Perfect Beach ? Lie Down and Marvel at the Sunset, or Go in for a Quick Swim.

Day 4: Havelock Island to Port Blair

Kalapathar Beach

Time Spent: 1 - 2 hours

Timings: All Day

Cost: No Entry Fee

Andamanbeach says

Kalapathar Beach is One of the Popular Beaches of Havelock Island. The Beach Gets Its Name From the Surrounding Village, Which is Kalapathar Village, and the Black Rocks That Adorn the Coastline Here. The Beach is Small but the Way to Beach is Very Good. The Beach is Not Recommended to Swim Because of the Rocks at the Beach. One Can Get the Mesmerizing Views of Sunset at This Beach. As the Beach is Not So Crowded, Couples Can Enjoy a Romantic Walk and Families Can Spend Some Peaceful Moments.

Day 5: Depart From Port Blair

Depart From Port Blair

Andamanbeach says

Morning After Breakfast, Check Out From the Hotel and Leave to the Port Blair Airport With Sweet Memories.

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