Andaman Tour India
According to mythology, the name Andaman was presumed to be derived from Hanuman, who was known to the Malays as Handuman. Since Prehistoric times Andaman was the home of aboriginal tribes. The tribes of, the Andaman group of islands are the Great Andamanese, Onges, Jarawas, and Sentinatese, all of Negrito origin. However, the first settlement by the British took place in 1789, which was later abandoned in 1796. The second settlement was basically a penal settlement, taken up in 1858, after the First War of Independence, followed by the settlement of convicts, Moplas, some criminal tribes from Central and United Provinces, refugees from erstwhile East Pakistan, Burma and Sri Lanka as well as ex-servicemen.
All about Andaman :The Union Territory Andaman floats beatifically towards the east of the Indian mainland. This place is stretched over an area of more than 700 Km. from north to south with 36 inhabited islands and is divided into two districts - Andaman to the North and Nicobar to the South. Andaman is abundant in evergreen forests.
An Andaman tour will take you to the sandy beaches on the edge of meandering coastline which are fringed with coconut-palms that sway to the rhythm of the sea. The sea around the island offer excellent scope for water sports. The unique flora and fauna, underwater marine life and corals, with crystal clear water and mangrove-lined creeks, will surely leave you bewildered by its charismatic beauty. Moreover, the clean and wide roads, free of filth as well as unpolluted fresh air will leave you speechless and you can have the most amazing and refreshing vacation that you always wanted.
No matter what your interests are, Andaman Tour has something for everyone. From nature lovers to adventure buffs, from foodies to religious travelers and many more, just name it and you will have it.
Places you should not miss out: Few spots which you should not miss out while on your Andaman Tours are the breath taking beautiful beaches. Walk on the golden sand, let the fresh air sway your senses and the clear water refresh your soul. Visit the beaches of Andaman and we can less assure you that you will leave the place with lots of amazing memories. Few famous beaches in Andaman are Radhanagar Beach, Vijayanagar Beach and Corbyns Cove Beach.
If you are planning your next vacation in Andaman, you should not rule out the visit to the amazing islands. Marvel at the beautiful nature. Few famous islands are Havelock Island, Jolly Buoy Island, Redskin Island, Viper Island, Cinque Island, Ross Island, Barren Island, Baratang Island, Chatham Island.
And for all those who are looking for a fun time with the family, you can visit the picnic spots. They are Mount Harriot, Chidiya Tapu.
Best time to visit : Andaman has a moderate temperature all through the year within the range of 23°C to 31°C. It has a tropical climate. There are no severe climate conditions except for tropical storms and rains in late summers and monsoons.
Summers start from March and stays till May. They are warm but pleasant with sea breeze and have humidity level about 80%. It is suitable for all kinds of tourist activities.
Monsoons stretch from May to August. Post Monsoons which from September to November accompany medium to heavy rainfalls.
Winters prevails from December to February are not chilly and ideal for sight seeing.
However the best time to visit Andaman is from October to May.
How to Reach :By Air: Andaman’s airport is at Port Blair. It is connected to Chennai and Calcutta. There are number of flights from Port Blair to other Airports. During the tourist seasons discounted airfares are provided by the airlines.
Andaman Tour India
(09 Nights - 10 Days)
Chennai - Potblair - Havelock Island - Chennai
Day 01 : Arrive Chennai On arrival at the airport you would be welcome by the Indian Horizons representative and transfer to the hotel. Overnight at Chennai.
Day 02 : In Chennai
Day 03 : Chennai - Port Blair
Day 04 : In Port Blair
Mahatma Gandhi Marine National Park is made up of open sea, creeks and fifteen small and large islands covering an area of 281.5 sq. Kms. One can see mangrove forests along the creeks and magnificent tropical forests, fascinating coral reefs and rare under-water marine life. The Park is the base to visit islands like Jolly Buoy, red Skin and Cinque famous for exotic marine-life, rare colourful under-water corals and mangrove creeks. Glass bottom boats help to take a closer look of the coral colonies, a memorable experience.
Day 05 : In Port Blair
Day 06 : In Port Blair
Day 07 : In Portblair
Day 08 : Port Blair - Havelock Island
09 : Havelock Island - Port Blair
Day 10 : Port Blair - Chennai - Flight Back Home
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