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Honeymoon in India » Honeymoon in Andaman & Nicobar

About Honeymoon in Andaman & Nicobar

Mythologically presumed to be the land of Hanuman (the Hindu monkey God is supposed to have stopped here while on his way to look for Goddess Sita), Andaman and Nicobar islands are like emeralds set in the deep blue of the Bay of Bengal. This archipelagos is beauty untamed and unlimited.

Welcome aboard! Port Blair, the capital city, is a convenient base between the various islands and it needs only a day or two to explore. It has a number of museums dealing with tribal artifacts, forest products, marine life and animals found on the islands. The highlight is the Cellular Jail, which was used by the British to house India's freedom fighters while the Chatham Saw Mill, is said to be the largest in Asia.

Nothing comes close to the experience of camping under the moonlight, with the sounds of the waves crashing into the darkness. Well, there is plenty of opportunity to do that in the Andaman Islands. Pristine white beaches and crystal clear water at places like Havelock, Neil and Long Island. Cooking is allowed on the beach, so a quick meal of fresh crabs or fish and potatoes in the bonfire is a fantastic way to round up the evening.

A four day journey from Andamans leads to the other side of the turbulent ten degree channel, Nicobar. Time passes quite sluggishly specially since the Ship has to make daytime halts at Hut Bay, Car Nicobar, Kamorta and finally at Campbell Bay- the last island on Nicobar. It is possible to get off the Ship during these stopovers and get a feel of the island and its people who are equally interested in passing visitors. At Hut Bay, meet some of the tribesmen of the Onges, some of whom are interact more openly with Bengali and Tamil communities. The primitive tribes whose culture dates back to the Paleolithic era are the real treasures of these islands. Even so, the Nicobarese, are today, perhaps the most integrated into other communities.

On Campbell Bay, head out for the Indira Point. Despite popular belief, Kanniyakumari is not the southernmost tip of India. It is only after a five-kilometer walk through the forest resembling scenes from 'The Faraway Tree' that one reaches the authentic tip at Indira Point. Along the way, keep all senses tuned for the endangered and unique bundle of feathers called Megapode, a bird endemic to this part of the Country. The same place is also one of the main nesting grounds for the Leather Back and the Green turtles which come all the way from Australia to lay their eggs.

It comprises all the ingredients for an exotic holiday - solitude and distance, the unfathomable depths of the underwater world, a mix of cultures, and sheer simplicity of lifestyle. Perfect!!.

Attractions in Andaman & Nicobar


South Andaman and the Marine National Park - Just an hours drive from Port Blair to the southern tip of south Andaman, one can appreciate the panoramic view of the Islands all along.
Beach Holidays in Andaman Nicobar

Corbyn’s Cove - One of the most picturesque beaches, it is ideal for sunbathing. The white sandy beach and palm fringed further enhance the look of Corbyn’s cove.

Mount Harriet - Mount Harriet is set at 365 mts and regular trips are scheduled.

Black Rocks - Just 2 kms from Mount Harriet are the Black Rocks
or Kala Pathher, the spot where prisoners were pushed to death. The place is also the point from where various nature trails start.

Ross Island - Once the seat of British power and capital of these islands, it now stands as an imposing relic, with the old structure almost in debris. Earlier, it was the residence of the chief commissioner but now it has been converted into a museum that displays photographs and other antiques from the time of the Raj.

Mahatma Gandhi Marine National Park - The Mahatma Gandhi Marine National Park at Wandsoor is just 30 kms from Port Blair and covers an area of 281.5 sq kms. Well worth a visit, this marine park is made up of open sea, creeks and 15 islands. Coral reefs, a plethora of exotic coral fish and other marine life abound in this area. Moreover, it offers lots of water sport options like swimming, diving, scuba diving, snorkeling, fishing and camping.

Ritchie’s Archipelago - Lying between 20 kms to 40 kms off the coast of south Andaman and Baratang Islands. A very beautiful island - one of the major attractions here is the Havelock island - it boasts of virgin beaches, and unpolluted environment.


Climate

The islands have a tropical climate. There is medium to heavy rain during the monsoon, in the months from May to mid September and November to mid December. There is no extreme climate except rains and tropical storms in late summer often cause heavy damage.

Honeymoon Packages Andaman & Nicobar

Day 1: Arrival at Port Blair in the morning by ship or flight and transfer to hotel. After lunch, proceed for a leisurely cruise [famous Harbour cruise tour] in a steamer along the port Blair harbour-which takes you to viper island. It's wonderful tour to enjoy the scenic harbour of port Blair. Overnight at port Blair.

Day 2: Early morning departure by inter-island ferry to Havelock island. Evening is free to explore the beauty of this island. This island has crystal clear beaches and also offers snorkeling, scuba diving, etc. overnight at a beautiful beach resort here.

Day 3: After lunch, transfer by ferry to port Blair. Evening is free to do some shopping at sagarika handicrafts emporium. Overnight at Port Blair

Day 4: After breakfast, start a full day city tour covering places like cellular jail, carbyns cove beach complex, samudrika navel marine museum, mini zoo, anthropological museum, science center, etc. At evening attend the famous sound and light show, which encompasses the saga of freedom struggle, at the cellular jail complex.

Day 5: After breakfast, transfer to airport or harbour for return flight.

Transportation

  • Air: Port Blair is connected with Chennai and Calcutta. The journey time is approximately 2hrs. Presently, flights are operated by Indian Airlines (Flights operate on Daily basis expect on Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays) Jet Airways (Flights operate from and to Chennai on Daily basis).
  • Sea: Regular passenger ship services are available to Port Blair from Chennai, Calcutta and Vishakapatnam. There are three to four sailings in a month from Calcutta and Chennai to Port Blair. There is a single sailing from Vishakapatnam once a month.
 
 
 
 
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