Port Blair - Havelock Island - Ross Island - North Bay Island.
Price (Starting From)
3 Night at Port Blair.
Day 1: Port Blair-Ross Island & North Bay Island
In the morning 8:30AM start for a full day tour by boat to visit Ross Island from where Britisher's governed the entire Andaman and Nicobar Island, prior to India's Independence. Then visit to North Bay Island (Coral Island) a ideal spot for coral viewing by glass bottom boat (Optional activity: Snorkeling) Night Stay at Port Blair.
Day 2: Departure
At appropriate time transfer to Airport/Harbor to reach your home
destination with lovely memories to cherish.
Terms & Conditions :
All Tours subject to weather conditions
This Rates are not valid on 01th December To 30th January.
Most of the tourist place in Port Blair close in Monday.
40% advance is to be paid at the time of booking tour.
We shall not be responsible for any cancellation of boats due to bad weather & are not liable for it.
Children above 2 years will be charged full.
Child below 2 years Entry permits/Entry tickets/Boat tickets/Ferry tickets. if applicable on direct payment basis.
Adhere to the timings and instructions.
If additional /Optional Tour - Charge will be apply.
Check in time varies from hotels and it starts from 07:30 hours to 08:30 hours.
The vehicle used will be exclusive for that group but will not be at their disposal. It will be as per contract & will change sector wise.
Extra charges are applicable for the vehicle used apart from the itinerary.
Check - out time of the hotels in Port Blair is 08:30 hours. If you are going by the afternoon flight you can request the hotel for late check - out and they will provide the room subject to availability. Or else you will be requested to check - out by 08:30 hours and spend time in the hotel campus or can book extra tour from us.
To and fro journey to Havelock Island will be by private ".Makcruise / .Coastal Cruise". During bad weather .Makruzz / Coastal Cruise cancels the sailing in short notice and also mostly .Makruzz / .Coastal Cruise is not operational from July to September every year. In such unavoidable.