Andaman Package Booking

If you are fed up with the hum drum of routine course of life such as battering the jots, busy with computers or burning midnight oil and wait a safe recluse, you need an ideal destination for Holidays in India. Come and book Andaman Nicobar Package where you can soothe your body and soul together in the lap of nature. Andaman package is composite which offers you the ethereal pleasures of sunny beaches, rich legacy, water sports and pervading beauty. Andaman is famed for blue beaches and sunset where you can take instagram worthy pictures at the Ross island , Radhanagar beach, Port blair, Havelock island etc. Thus you will be enamoured with the beauty of Andaman highlights and the breathtaking activities of this romantic land of Emerald Island.

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5 Days Andaman Nicobar Family Package

Andaman Nicobar tour itinerary planning with S.A.M Tours & Travels, we involve you in planning your Andaman tour and according to your taste, time and budget our team would customize your Andaman tour itinerary. A suitable Andaman package for couple would take at least 5-6 days. As Andman offers you senses of leisure vacation opportunities you can plan your Andaman honeymoon trip. Andman and Nicobar names are derived from Malay language most of these islands are covered by fringing reef on the eastern side and on the western by barover reefs. The only active volcano of India lies in the Banesn islands while you can plan Andaman and Nicobar Island with Lakshadweep islands. You find that Andaman group has more than 500 islands while in Lakshadeep there are 36 islands only and the Andamanese are volcanic island while the other are called islands. North sentinel island of Andaman is considered as one of the remotest place on earth.

Andaman and Nicobar History

Andaman and Nicobar area comprise of 572 islands and the archeologists believe the human presence in these islands since 2500 years back. Out of these 572 islands 37 islands are inhabited presently. As this territory of India has been isolated from rest of India in the early times, a diverse culture and language emerged in this region. Nicobar Islands have been inhabited by people from different ethnicity. It was during Chola dynasty when Andaman and Nicobar attained much strategic importance as Rajendra Chola made this area as a naval base against the them Sriwijay empire (Present Indonesia) in 1030 AD.Later Denish east India company came to Nicobar in 1756 and was made a colony. On account of Malawa out break Danish left the area. In 1789 British in 1868 in 1858 British made a penal colony for the criminals. After the independence of India in 1947, the government of India stalled defense set up on the islands since 1980.

How to reach Andaman and Nicobar?

By Flight: - Andaman airport is named after great Indian freedom fighter –Veer Savarkar who spent a long span of his life in the harsh imprisonment. This airport is located at a distance of 30 kms from Andaman and Nicobar islands and takes nearly 40 minutes to get there by car. You can easily fly to Andaman airport as Indians. For the foreign nationals you have to seek special permission and documents. You can get direct flights to Andaman from Delhi, Kolkata, Bengaluru.

By Ferry: - If you want to reach Andaman Nicobar by ferry you can sail from the port cities of India IE. Kolkata, Chennai, Vishakapatnam, It normally takes around 3 days. This is comparatively cheaper option and you can book tickets at the countries of stars (Ship ticket advance reservation system). This is a regular passenger ship not a cruise liner.

Best time to Visit Andaman

Best time to visit Andaman and Nicobar islands is from October to March while it remains very pleasant weather. If you plan in the months of December and January you can witness 10 day long and main tourism festival. In January you can also participate in Subhash mela which is a week day festival. Monsoon months in Andaman are between July to September and this time of the year is not considered good for Andaman sightseeing on account of incessant rains, strong winds and humidity. Summers in Andaman are from April to rainfalls and you can enjoy diving and doing sightseeing of places to visit in Andaman.

Andaman Historical Places

Andaman gives you plethora of options to visit the history buffs. Such as cellular jail, ross islands, neval museum etc cellular Jail has lot of history behind it when it was called Kala Pani and the criminals considered by the British were keep aloof. While you do the sightseeing of cellular Jail you came to know about the great freedom fighters and their deeds. You see lots of old pictures and photographers of the national heroes in the gallery and witness the Swatantra Jyot which is erected to glorify the freedom fighters. In the evening you take part in the live sound and light show at the cellular jail and acquaint yourself with the harsh treatment and punishment rendered to our freedom fighters by the British.

Besides the cellular Jail the visit to the iconic Naval museum known as Samudrika Naval marine museum would leave you mesmerized. Here you came to know about the growing Naval power of India and the latest developments as well as the geographical locations and other oceanic information’s.

About Port Blair

Located in the middle of the Andaman Islands, Port Blair is a quaint town that has everything that makes it an ultimate destination for travellers. This picturesque city is renowned for its numerous tourist attractions and pristine beaches. It is also a popular base for scuba diving, snorkeling and glass-bottom boating activities. The city is home to several historic monuments, ruined structures and museums that are worth a visit. Among them, the Cellular Jail (also known as Kala Pani) is one of the most famous places to see in Port Blair. It is the place where freedom fighters were imprisoned by the British during India’s struggle for independence. It is a must-visit attraction for all those who want to explore the dark history of the Indian freedom struggle.

You can visit the prison on your own or take a guided tour that will show you all the creepy corridors and alleys of this haunting colonial jail. The ghastly treatment meted out by the British to these brave freedom fighters still resonates with the soul of Indian revolutionaries today. Another compelling place to see in Port Blair is the Anthropological Museum. This is a great place to learn about the different tribes that inhabit these islands such as the Jarawas, Great Andamanese and the Sentinelis. This museum has a variety of artefacts that depict the diverse flora and fauna of the islands. You can also get information about the history of the archipelago at this museum. If you are an adventurous traveler, you can go for scuba diving and snorkeling at the Mahatma Gandhi Marine National Park. Here you can witness rare and beautiful corals, marine life and aquatic plants that are unique to these islands.

There are plenty of places to see in Port Blair and it is easy to move around the city on a scooter or an auto-rickshaw. You can also hire a private car when you wish to explore some of the more popular tourist attractions that are outside the city. The city is well-connected by ferries to various destinations. Inter-island ferries depart from Phoenix Bay Jetty and other boat services like Neil and Havelock Island ferries also operate here. You can get tickets at the counter before you board a boat. MG Road and Aberdeen Bazaar are two major shopping areas in Port Blair. These offer a wide range of local crafts and souvenirs. You can also shop for clothing and jewelry at these markets. Other shops in Port Blair sell handmade mugs, plates and accessories made of wood, coconut shell lamp shades and conch shells. They are affordable and can be a great gift for your family or friends back home. The city is also a hub for a variety of restaurants and cafes that serve authentic food from different cultures. Some of them are renowned for their exquisite cuisine. They serve both vegetarian and non-vegetarian dishes.

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