Port Blair is a popular tourist destination and it is the capital city of the Andaman and Nicobar Islands.The city is popular for the infamous Cellular Jail National Memorial, which was once a prison where many freedom fighters and people of other nationals were imprisoned. Explore Port Blair with FlyinGroups.

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Captivating Andaman
5 Days / 4 Nights

Port Blair (3D) → HAVELOCK (2D)

  • STARTS Port Blair
  • ENDS Port Blair


  • Samudrika Museum
  • Anthropological Museum
  • Chatham Saw Mill
  • Fisheries Museum
  • Cellular Jail
  • Sound & Light Show
  • Neil Island
  • North Bay
  • Ross Island
  • Radhanagar Beach.
  • Lime Stone Cave
  • Mud Valcono (Jalki)

Hiking & Trekking Beach Family Sightseeing



It is one of the best beaches in the world, and you need to visit to understand why. Havelock Island is about a four-hour ferry ride from Port Blair, and once you get there, you will thank yourself for having made the journey. With pristine white beaches and azure waters, Havelock is a place where time stands still. Just laze on the beautiful Radha Nagar beach for a few days, and you won’t remember what “stress” means.

Day 1

After Breakfast you will be escorted to Andaman Water Sports Complex to catch a ferry which will be your mate for the entire excursion to Ross Island and North Bay.

North Bay: It is also called “The Gate Way to Port Blair”. This place is famous for its coral reefs, exotic verities’ of beautiful ornamental fishes and water sports activities. The breathtaking stretch of coral bed leaves you spellbound.  North Bay is the foremost snorkeling point of Andaman. Apart from snorkeling and glass-bottom boat ride, scuba diving, underwater sea walk facility is also available at North Bay.

Ross Island: It was the Capital of Port Blair during British and Japanese regime, prior to India’s Independence. It was named after Sir Daniel Ross a marine surveyor. It was nick named “The Paris of the East”. It is now under the supervision of the Indian Navy. This island is an ideal destination for nature walk amidst sylvan surroundings with deer’s, peacocks and exotic birds.

Day 2

Check out from the hotel, move towards the Harbor to board a ferry which will take you to Neil Island. At the harbor our representative will receive you and will escort you to sightseeing of Neil Island.

Neil Island: This Island is apparently named after James George Smith Neill, a British soldier responsible for several war crimes during the suppression of the 1857 Mutiny. There is a lone jetty at Bharathpur, which serves as the only entry–exit point of the island.

In the evening we will start our return journey to Havelock enjoying the sea breeze.

At the Harbour our representative will receive you and will help you for hotel check in. Evening is free for leisure.

Day 3

In the morning after breakfast, check out from the hotel move towards Radhanagar Beach. 

Today our representative will escort you to Radhanagar Beach which is Asia’s 7th most beautiful beach. At Radhanagar Beach you can go for swimming or just get your feet wet and admire the serene beauty of the beach.

In the evening we will start our return journey to Port Blair enjoying the sea breeze and the sight of the changing colors of the sky of the setting sun and most of the time accompanied by dolphins and flying fishes swimming along the boat.

Day 4

Early morning before daybreak we depart for Baratang Islands. It is approximately 110 kms away from Port Blair. It is connected through road passing through Jarawas Tribe Reserve also known as ATR Road (Andaman Trunk Road or the State High Way). We will travel through fabulous and enchanting forest in conveys to reach Nilambur Jetty (Middle Strait) from where we take a ferry for Baratang Island which is a 15mints ride. It has thick mangrove creeks on both sides followed by dense tropical forest. Major attractions at Baratang are lime Stone Cave and Mud Volcanoes.

Lime Stone Cave: They are located 15 mints away by sea from Baratang Jetty. We can reach there by dongis or small boats. The journey enthralls everyone as it takes you underneath the dense forest of mangroves plantation. Please do carry sufficient water along with you.

Mud Valcono (Jalki): The mud volcanoes have erupted so sporadically with recent eruption I n 2005, believed to have been associated with the 2004 earthquake. The natives of this island call it “Jalki”. The mud volcanoes squirt little fountains of mud.

Day 5

Check out and pick up from the hotel and transfer to Port Blair Airport / Harbour for your onward journey, carrying wonderful memories.

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