DAY 1 : HOTEL CHECK-IN & PORT BLAIR SIGHTSEEING
DAY 2 : TRAVEL TO NEIL ISLAND & VISIT BEACHES OF NEIL ISLAND
DAY 3 : TRAVEL TO HAVELOCK ISLAND & VISIT RADHANAGAR BEACH
DAY 4 : VISIT ELEPHANT BEACH
DAY 5 : TRAVEL TO PORT BLAIR & LOCAL SIGHTSEEING
Museum & Gallery
Duration of visit: 30 Mins - 1 Hr
Timings: 9 AM to 12 PM & 2 PM to 5 PM on all days except Mondays & on National Holidays
Entry Fee: Rs. 50 per person
At a distance of 2 km from Port Blair Central Bus Stand, Samudrika Marine Museum is a museum situated in Haddo area of Port Blair in Andaman Islands. The museum is run by the Indian Navy and is one of the popular places to visit during Port Blair tour.
Also known as Naval Marine Museum, Samudrika Museum create awareness on various aspects of oceanic environment and houses a vast collection of cells, corals and a few species of colourful fishes of the sea around the islands. The main attraction of the museum is the large skeleton of a blue whale. This museum is a perfect place to know about the various aspects of marine ecology.
The museum has five sections presenting history of Andaman Islands, Geographical information, people of Andaman, Archaeology and Marine life. In the first section visitors would know the essential facts about Andamans like volcanoes, tribals, types of wood, insects, type of forests in Andamans. The second section, the aqua sections features an aquarium .....
Historical & Heritage
Duration of visit: 1 Hour
Timings: 8 AM to 2.30 PM on all days except Sundays and on Public holidays
Entry Fee: Rs. 10 for Person & Rs. 50 for Guide
At a distance of 3.5 km from Port Blair Central Bus Stand, Chatham Saw Mill, the biggest and the oldest mill across Asia, is situated in Chatham Island of Andaman and Nicobar Islands in India. It is owned by Forest Department and is one of the popular tourist places in Port Blair.
The Chatham Saw Mill was established in 1883 by the British with the second hand imported machines to meet the local requirement of timber for construction works. During the West colonial period, British used this mill to convert huge quantity of timber for catering the various needs of London, New York and various other cities.
During the Second World War, Japanese bombarded and destroyed the mill in 1942, in which the many workers were succumbed to death. Later on, after the year 1945, the Japanese occupied the islands and the mill was revived again. During 1950s and 1960s, people from Sri Lanka, East Pakistan, Burma and different states of India settled in the islands and it increased the requirement .....
DAY 6 : DAY TRIP TO ROSS ISLAND & NORTH BAY ISLAND
Historical & Heritage
Duration of visit: 1-2 Hours
Timings: 8.30 AM to 3 PM on all days except Wednesday.Light & Show: 5.30 PM
Entry Fee: Rs. 75 for Adults, Rs. 25 for Child. Light Show - Rs. 100 for Adults & Rs. 25 for Child
At a distance of 3 km from Port Blair, Ross Island is a small island situated in the South Andaman district of the Andaman & Nicobar Islands. Now, the island is under the control of the Indian Navy and also one of the famous places to visit in Andaman tour.
The name of the island was derived from the name of a marine surveyor, Sir Daniel Ross. In 1857, the British took possession of three islands around Port Blair and Ross Island was one of them. This small Ross Island served as the capital of the Andaman Islands from 1858 to 1941 under the British rule. An earthquake in 1941 shook the island and huge buildings collapsed due to the natural calamity. After that, the British shifted their capital to Port Blair, near Ross Island. From 1942 to 1945, the island was under the occupation of Japanese. The British reoccupied the island in 1945 and later abandoned it.
The island presently houses the ruins of old buildings like Ballroom, Chief Commissioner's House, Church, Hospital, Bakery, .....
DAY 7 : TRAVEL TO AIRPORT AND END ANDAMAN TOUR
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