On arrival at the Veer Savarkar Airport, our representative will meet and assist you for check in. Later proceed to Ross Island. The main attractions are Chief Commissioner's house, the Cathedral, and Graveyard of the Britishers. We can see a lot of deers, peacocks and ducks freely moving and come close to human beings. Afternoon, proceed to the nearest Carbyn's Cove Beach. This beach is situated about 3 kilometers from city centre, full of coconut trees and natural forest is an ideal place for swimming and sun-basking. The beach authorities has made facilities like hotel, changing room, restaurant, bar, adventure water-sports are available here. The island was under Japanese administration for some time and you can see Japanese Bunkers on the way to this beach.
You can do scuba diving at Snake Island situated just across the beach. The Tourism department runs Restaurant & Beer Bar which provides delightful cuisine at affordable rates in a soothing ambiance on the beach. Later proceed to Cellular Jail, also known as Kālā Pānī, was a colonial prison in the Andaman and Nicobar Islands, India. The prison is far away from the main land and was used by the British to exile political prisoners as it is a safe and remote place for their purpose.
Transfer to Havelock Island by Cruise. The Island (often called Havelock) is one of the most beautiful and largest islands of Ritchie's Archipelago and is a placid heaven like no other. Situated 57 km north east of the South Andaman with an area of 92 Sq.Kms she offers a breathe taking trail of nature expeditions. The island is primarily populated by Bengali settlers. This amazing Island with white sandy beaches and thick green forest is also rated as one of the most beautiful islands in the world. It hosts two of the world’s most renowned beaches; Radhanagar Beach and Kalapathar Beach. The Island also good facilities for snorkeling.
Nearby is Kala Pathar Beach which is also a part of Havelock Island surrounded by thick forests and excellent for solitude seekers and guest looking to do a bit of bird photography. This beach is a unique experience as road’s one side is thick forest and the other side is the beautiful beach. Black rocks are seen here and there on the beach and thus the name emerged black rock beach or in local language Kalapathar beach. Evening return to Port Blair hotel.
Take packed breakfast from the hotel and proceed to Baratang which is about 100 kms / 3 hrs drive. On the way you will have to complete the formalities of the civil administration. While passing through the thick forests, if you are lucky, you can see the ancient settlers of the forest. In Baratang, the lime stone caves are a life time experience to watch over. The trek to reach the caves is adventurous. The limestone caves are slowly and gradually growing year by year and remain largely unexplored and it is a unique experience. These centuries old caves are located about 50 minutes (by sea) away from Baratang Jetty. The boat journey through the heart of dense mangrove forest is simply breath-taking experience. Overnight stay at Port Blair.
Morning visit Anthropological and Fisheries Museum. Find some time for shopping in the markets. Please keep in mind that the hotels maintain an early check out time. If time permits, you can move to Jogger’s Park. It is one of the cleanest parks in Port Blair and offers a place of relaxation for the people of the city. Situated on top of a hill, the park lets you get close with nature and offers stunning views of the ocean and the nearby Ross Island and North Bay Island. The trails of the park are perfect for a morning jog, with the twittering birds providing a haunting melody in the background. But what makes people flock to this park is the clear view it offers to the runway of Veer Savarkar International Airport in Port Blair. The sight of gigantic planes landing and taking off will leave you spellbound. Thereafter drop you at the airport. Depart Port Blair with lifetime memories of these mesmerizing Islands.