4N – 5D :: Port Blair – Neil – Baratang

First Day: Arrival at Port Blair Airport & move to the hotel. After lunch start the breathtaking trip to Corbyns Cove Beach, one of the most picturesque, coconut palm fringed beach, 7 kms away from Port Blair town, and to the Cellular Jail, a place of pilgrimage for all freedom loving people. One can also view the history of the heroic freedom struggle which is brought alive in a moving Light & Sound Show at the Cellular Jail. Overnight in Port Blair.

Second Day: Early morning departure by inter-island ferry to Neil Island (40 kms by sea from Port Blair), an island with clear turquoise sea and  white sand beaches. Check in to your hotel. Post breakfast visit Sitapur viewpoint. Then go to Bharatpur Beach, one of the most beautiful beaches in Andaman. You can take a ride in a glass bottomed boat to see under water corals and marine life (Optional – extra cost). Late afternoon visit the Laxmanpur Beach 2 to view the natural coral bridge and also go to Laxmanpur Beach 1 to view the sunset. Evening free or at own. Overnight in Neil Island.

Third Day: Post breakfast take the departure transfer to Port Blair. And evening is free for shopping. Overnight in Port Blair.

Note: If they come early then in the afternoon they can visit Chidiyatapu (extra cost), otherwise evening free for shopping.

Fourth Day: Early morning embark on a day trip to Baratang (Approx 110 kms) and back. The road to Baratang goes right through the Forest. Limestone caves & Active Mud Volcano are a must see points for nature lovers & leisure travellers alike. Overnight in Port Blair.

Fifth Day: Departure from Port Blair for your onward journey.

Reservation: Khorlo Tours & Travels (Private) Ltd

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