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(A Unit of Island Travel Card)


1 Night 2 Days (Port Blair)Rs. 6,000
2 Nights 3 Days (+Havelock)Rs. 12,000
3 Nights 4 Days (+Neil)Rs. 18,000
4 Nights 5 Days (+Baratang)Rs. 23,000
5 Nights 6 Days (+Mt. Harriet)Rs. 28,000
6 Nights 7 Days (+Rangat)Rs. 30,000
7 Nights 8 Days (+Diglipur)Rs. 40,000









CELLULAR JAIL: The National Memorial Cellular Jail adds to the pride and glory of Andaman & Nicobar Islands. This puce colored building was built in 1906 and was named so due to the presence of numerous prisoner cells. This stands as a sacred place of pilgrimage for the freedom lovers as India’s most distinguished freedom fighters were imprisoned here. The sound and light show stands as an added attraction and succeeds in taking one to the times of freedom struggle.

CHATHAM: The Chatham Island is very close to Port Blair. This island is where the settlement in the Andaman & Nicobar Islands began. The island hosts one of the oldest saw mills in Asia, set up in 1883.

CORBYN'S COVE:  Carbyn’s Cove Beach is Port Blair's only beach, refurbished with all beach amenities amidst its palm-fringed shore including a seafood restaurant.

MAHATMA GANDHI MARINE NATIONAL PARK: The Mahatma Gandhi Marine National Park is located at Wandoor 29 km to the west of Port Blair. It is one of the most important areas for viewing marine biodiversity.

RAJIV GANDHI WATER SPORTS COMPLEX: This is majorly famous for adventure & water sports. The surroundings of Marina Park is enchanting. The complex also has open-air eateries.

GANDHI PARK: This beautiful lake park at Port Blair has facilities for amusement rides, safe water sports, and nature-trail. You'll also find remains of a Japanese Temple as well as a bunker.

JOGGER'S PARK: It is situated at one of the highest point in Port Blair and offers a panoramic view of the Port Blair Airport and surrounding areas. A must visit in the evening.

ANTHROPOLOGICAL MUSEUM: Insight into the world of pre- historic inhabitants of the islands. Timings: 09.00 AM to 01.00 PM and 01.30 PM to 04.30 PM. Closed on Mondays and Govt. holidays.

FISHERIES MUSEUM: Over 350 species of marine life. Timings: 09.00 AM to 01.00 PM and 02.00 PM to 04.45 PM. Closed on Mondays, Public holidays Second Saturdays.

SAMUDRIKA MUSEUM: Collection of shells and marine creatures. Timing: 09.00 AM to 12.00 Noon and 02.00 PM to 05.00 PM. Closed on Mondays & holidays.

KHADI & VILLAGE INDUSTRIES BOARD: It exhibits a spectrum of artifacts made of mother of pearl, sea shells and local wood products alongside miniatures of Nicobari canoes, palm floor mats, tables, furniture etc. Timing: 08.45 AM to 06.45PM. Closed on Sundays & Public holidays.

MAHATMA GANDHI MARINE NATIONAL PARK: 27 km from Port Blair, at Wandoor, this Park comprises of  15 islands including the famous Red Skin and Jolly Buoy Islands. It showcases tropical wealth and rich marine life of the waters here.

WANDOOR BEACH: Lying close to the Mahatma Gandhi Marine National Park and 28 km from Port Blair this beautiful beach is ideal for swimming, sunbathing, etc.

ROSS ISLAND: This island, across Andaman Water Sport Complex Port Blair, is reliving its glorious past through a Sound and Light Show.

VIPER ISLAND: Daily boat trips from Port Blair are available to explore the Viper Island, its old gallows, and the remains of the era gone by.


Havelock is a picturesque island with beautiful white sandy beaches, lush green forest and rich coral reef. It is located 39 km to the north – east of Port Blair and is connected by speed boats.


  • Radhanagar Beach - It is Asia's best beach
  • Vijaynagar Beach
  • Elephant Beach
  • Kalapather Beach


Neil Island is a small but beautiful place located 37 km to the south of Port Blair. The unexplored coral reefs, white sandy beaches, tropical forest and vegetation and the exclusive biodiversity proves it to be an ideal holiday destination. Neil Island is known as the ‘Vegetable Bowl’ of Andaman & Nicobar Islands.  This entire Island can be covered on foot in 2 hours. It is well connected by speed boats operated by Government and private boat operators.


  • Bharatpur Beach
  • Lakshmanpur - I Beach
  • Lakshmanpur - II Beach
  • Sitapur Beach
  • Neil Kendra

Other Attractions:

  • Natural Rock Formation
  • Sir Hugh Rose Island


Limestone Caves: Limestone caves are an hour boat ride from the Nilambur Jetty, Baratang Island to reach Nayadera Jetty and then lush green tropical forest to reach the limestone caves. These caves are massive sedimentary limestone formations that are hanging from top and growing from the ground.


The Mount Harriet National Park is located at 55 km by road and 15 km by ferry from Port Blair. The National Park acquired its name from Harriet Tytler, wife of then appointed officiating Superintendent of the Convict Settlement at Port Blair in the Andamans from April 1862 to February 1864. The natural elegance of this park acts as a major attraction for tourists . The natural flora and fauna are un-matchable here.  The park has watch towers, Children’s Park, Rest House and Nature trails. One can get a magnificent view of the Port Blair city, the Ross Island and the Havelock Island from the top of the peak.


Major Attractions:

Yerrata: It is located at a distance of 8 kms from Rangat & is well connected by road. It has a breathtaking view of natural scenic beauty of various species of mangroves. The Department of Environments & Forest has built a mangrove trail measuring 300 meters in length. It is a stretch of bench walk passing through the natural mangrove forest and works as an added tourist attraction.

Aamkunj Beach: It is located at about 8 kms from Rangat. It serves as the weekend recreation spot for the residents of Rangat and adjoining villages. The eco-friendly structures add to the charm of the beach.


Diglipur Island belongs to the North Andaman group of Islands, around 290 km by road and 180 km by sea from Port Blair. It is connected to Port Blair by Andaman Trunk road.

Major Attractions:

Ross & Smith Islands: The Ross & Smith Islands are known as the twin islands of North Andamans. These beautiful islands are just 20 minutes ride away by fibre boat from Aerial Bay Jetty (located at 10 kms from Diglipur town). The pair of islands is home to wide beaches offering shallow swimming areas on one side and snorkeling sites on the other.

Mud Volcano: Mud volcano is one of nature's wonders located at Shyam Nagar & is worth a visit once in a lifetime.

Craegy Island: It is located at just a swim away from Kalipur Beach and is spread over just half - a kilometre. Its crystal clear water is excellent for snorkelling.

Saddle Peak: Saddle Peak is a rich, evergreen forest popular for trekking and nature trail. It is the highest point in the Andaman & Nicobar Islands, standing at 732 meters tall.

Turtle Nesting: Kalipur Beach at Diglipur is the home to four species of sea turtles and is the only beach of its kind offering ideal turtle nesting ground.

General Tour Schedule

Day 1

City Tour: Chatham Saw Mill, Forest Museum, Samudrika Naval Marine Museum, Anthropological Museum, Fisheries Aquarium, Science Centre, Carbyn's Cove Beach. Visit Cellular Jail and watch Sound & Light show in the Evening.

Day 2

Havelock Island by Luxury Cruise. Visit Elephant beach, where you may enjoy supplementary snorkeling or Scuba Diving. Visit Asia's best and beach - Radhanagar Beach and enjoy the natural beauty .

Day 3

Neil Island by Luxury Cruise. Visit Bharatpur beach, Lakshmanpur beach, Sitapur beach and watch the natural bridge formation.

Day 4

Visit Limestone Cave and Mud Volcano at Baratang through Jarawa Pass (ATR).

Day 5

Rangat & Mayabunder by road. En route, visit-Amkunj beach - Rangat and Dhaninallah mangrove bench walk. Main attraction of Diglipur is Ross & Smith Island. Night stay at Diglipur.

Day 6

Ross & Smith Island, North Bay Island. Return to Port Blair.  


Alternate Day 5

Mt. Harriet & North Bay Island.

The iconic light house of North Bay Island appears on every 20 rupees Indian currency note.

Alternate Day 6

Wandooor, Jolly Buoy/ Red Skin & Chidiya Tapu.

Generally, from December to May tourists are taken to Jolly Buoy Island and from May to November to Red Skin Island.