Arrive at Port Blair and check-in to your hotel. Spend the afternoon at leisure. Later in the evening, explore the Cellular Jail followed by the spectacular Light and Sound show that tells a tale about India’s freedom struggle and many a stalwart imprisoned here.
Overnight at Port Blair.
Note: The Cellular Jail is closed on Monday’s and National Holidays.
Entry to Cellular jail and Museum closes by 1600hrs and Light and Sound show is every day at 1800hrs. Light and Sound show tickets are on a first come first serve basis.
A former British prison that is now a shrine to the political dissidents it once jailed, Cellular Jail, also known as Kaala Pani Jail, is one of the most historically significant monuments in Andaman. Several parts of Cellular Jail were destroyed by Japanese during World War 2, it still stands tall telling us the tales of our brave and gallant freedom fighters and forefathers who fought for India’s independence. The light and sound show at Cellular Jail is a must-see in Port Blair.
After breakfast, depart for a 2 hour journey by ferry to Havelock Island. Spend the day at Radhanagar Beach.
Overnight at Havelock Island.
Radhanagar Beach is the most popular beach destination in India. Also known as Beach Number 7, this beach was titled as the Best Beach in Asia in 2004 and the 7th most beautiful beach by the Time Magazine. The beach is loved for its glittering white sand shores, crystal clear water, and lush forest. It is one of the best place to indulge in scuba diving, snorkelling, deep-sea diving and ocean walks. Stroll around the beach and take in the beauty of the mesmerising sunset at Radhanagar Beach.
After breakfast, visit Ross Island. Later, visit the Samudrika Naval Marine Museum. Return to Port Blair by evening.
Overnight at Port Blair.
Note: Museums are closed on Monday, hence sightseeing will be adjusted accordingly.
In case the Ross Island boat is not operational, Carbyn Cove Beach sightseeing would be provided.
The ruins of English architecture and Ross Island will take you back in time when it was called the “Paris of the East” and was one of the liveliest places in Andaman and Nicobar Island. A historical icon of Andaman, Ross Island was all in its glory and tropical beauty before it was wrecked by the earthquake of 1941 and the Japanese invasion during World War 2. With an abundance of wildlife and beautiful ruins, Ross Island should be on your list of must-visit places in Andaman.
A museum run by the Indian Navy, Samudrika Naval Marine Museum aims to spread awareness about the environment in the ocean and marine life. Located in Port Blair, the museum has five galleries dotted with history, geography, anthropology and marine life of the Island with a tiny zoo that shelters saltwater crocodiles in Haddo of Andaman Island.
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