Corbin’s Cove Beach is your first destination covered on day one. On your arrival at Port Blair Island our tour guide will take you to the guesthouse. Today you’ll be visiting Corbin Cove Beach which has a vast stretch of white sand and fringes of coconut and palm trees. Cellular Jail, now a National Memorial, was infamously as “Kaala Pani” during the British period.
Havelock Island is the largest of the Andaman Islands with an area of 113.93 Sq Km. Here you can do scuba diving, snorkeling, kayaking, etc. From this Island you’ll reach Neil Island by a ferry ride.
Neil Island is a beautiful stretch of coastal land stretch with an area of 18.9 square miles. It has links to the 1857 revolt of Indian soldiers against British rule. The place has a population of around 2868 along with some agricultural lands. You’ll be staying here for a night.
On this day, post breakfast you ferry back to Port Blair where you’ll have lunch. Catch sunset at Chidiya Tapu beach and do some shopping at Sagarika, a government handicraft emporium. Stay for the night in Port Blair hotel.
On day four, you go cruising towards Ross Island and Coral Island (North Bay). Ross Island was the capital of Andaman during the British times. North Bay Island is a great place for snorkeling where you’ll have a close encounter with underwater marine life. Last destination is Viper Island, which got its name from a British ship named “Viper” wrecked on the island. Night stay will be at Port Blair.
On day five, we finish our breakfast and set out early for Anthropological Museum, which features the tools and handicrafts of the natives of Andaman & Nicobar Island. We will visit the Cellular Jail, which has occupied the pages of the Indian History. Forest Museum and Samudrika are some of the great places for taking your kids to experience the wilderness. Go shopping at Sagarika for handicrafts and local market for interesting collectibles. Stay overnight at Port Blair.