The Andaman Islands are an archipelago in northeastern Indian Ocean about 130 km (81 mi) southwest off the coasts of Myanmar's Ayeyarwady Region. Together with the Nicobar Islands to their south, the Andamans serve as a maritime boundary between the Bay of Bengal to the west and the Andaman Sea to the east.
Pick up from Port Blair airport, where our representative will assist and escort you to the hotel. Check in the hotel and freshen up. After refreshment, sightseeing in Port Blair begins with Anthropological Museum. It showcases many tools, handicrafts of the aboriginal tribes of Andaman and Nicobar Islands. Later we drive to Corbyn Cave Beach, where you can enjoy light and sound show at Cellular Jail. The show highlights the struggles of Indian freedom fighters. Enjoy overnight stay and dinner in hotel.
Local sight seeing covering Port Blair, Ross Island, North Bay Island. Over night stay at hotel
After breakfast, proceed towards Naval Marine Museum, also called Samudrika. Spend full day tour in sightseeing at Port Blair which includes mini zoo, Chatham Saw Mill (one of the largest mills of wood), water sports complex. You can visit forest museum which provides you deep understanding of forest activities with the help of scale models, besides showcasing various decorative items made of wood. Anthropological Museum showcases tribal handicrafts and Fisheries museum displays marine life found on Islands. You can also visit Sagarika Emporium and then go to local market for shopping souvenirs.
After early breakfast, you will be transferred to airport with unforgettable memories of trip.