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Tuesday, February 8, 2011
Thursday, February 3, 2011
Day 1: Port Blair
With the healthy morning arrive at Port Blair and transfer to the hotel. In the afternoon cover seven ports by boat while proceeding to Harbour Cruise (Viper Island).You can see of one of the big floating dry dock, the island naval harbour and mainland going vessel harbour. Late evening enthralled by the Sound and Light Show at Cellular Jail - the patriotic saga of the Indian freedom struggle is brought alive. Over night stay at Hotel.
Day 2: Full day excrusion to North Bay
Post breakfast a full day excursion to Coral Island (North Bay),an ideal place for snorkeling. You will mesmerize by coral reefs, exotic varieties of beautiful ornamental fish and other marine life. Now move to Ross Island. It is the former residential and administrative island of the British during their rule of South East Asia, was nick named the Paris of the East. In Evening, travel 7 kms from Port Blair to visit the Corbyns Cove Beach - a coconut palm fringed beach, ideal for swimming, sun-basking & bathing. Over night stay at Hotel
Day 3: City tour of Port Blair
A full-day "City Tour" of Port Blair after breakfast. You will cover Cellular Jail, Chatham Saw Mill -one of the oldest & largest in Asia- Now closed, Forest Museum, Mini Zoo, Fisheries (Marine) Museum & Water Sports Complex. You can do Shopping or own activity in the evening. Overnight stay at hotel.
Day 4: Jolly Buoy Island Trip
A new morning take a trip to Wandoor beach for Jolly Buoy Island / Red skin-to avail a lifetime experience by Viewing of rare corals and underwater marine life through glass bottom boat. It is marine national park made-up of open sea, creeks and 15 small and large islands, is the best found anywhere in the world. Overnight stay at hotel.
Day 5: Departure Port Blair
Return to airport with a mesmerizing memories and spectacular views.
Rs 19063/- net per couple on CP
Double bedded Air – conditioned room of Hotel Sun Sea or its equivalent in Port Blair
Rs 16500/- net per couple on CP
Double bedded Air – conditioned room of Hotel Blue Sea or its equivalent in Port Blair
The Tour Cost Includes:
• Accommodation: As mentioned above
• Transportation: Airport Transfers and Sightseeing as per the above-itinerary by private non Air-Conditioned car.
• Breakfast for 04 occasions in Port Blair.
• All kind of transport and luxury Taxes.
• Assistance at all arrival and departure points.
• All other specified expenses and activities.
• Entry permits/Entry tickets/Boat tickets/Ferry tickets wherever required.
• Parking Charges.
The Tour cost does not include:
• All kind of personal expenses such as tips, laundry, telephone bills, and beverages.
• It also does not include any meals unless and otherwise specifically mentioned.
• Domestic and International airfare.
• Jolly ride & Snorkeling charges
• Optional, suggested or unspecified activities.
• Camera fee (still or movie)
Posted by Introduction at 1:58 AM
Elephant love water however it’s unusual to see an elephant swimming in sea water. The elephant name is ‘Rajan’, a semi retired fifty six year old elephant.
The amazing natural adventure happened in the Andaman Island when ten elephants were taught to swim in sea water. They were mainly taught to carry logs between the islands. In 1970, only three elephants were alive in which two of them has been sent to forest area. The two elephant has forgotten swimming. Therefore, only one elephant has left namely RAJAN who knows to swimming.
Rajan eats 150 kgs vegetation a day. His owner was unable to feed him so he brought him to Havelock Island. Rajan showed his heroic strength by working in advertisement of a popular cold drink company. By the performance the elephant the owner of Barefoot of Havelock Jungle Resort has bought him. Now, for past eight years Rajan roamed the jungle of Havelock Island. The beach now is known as ‘Elephant Beach’.
The Andaman and Nicobar Island are the group of islands in the India Ocean and is the Union Territory of India. There are 572 islands in the territory, of which only approximately 38 are permanently inhabited. In the territory, the best place to visit Rajan is at Barefoot Resort, an eco hotel on Havelock Island. Andaman & Nicobar Islands are blessed with a unique tropical rainforest canopy, made of a mixed flora with elements from Indian, Myanmarese, Malaysian and endemic floral strains.
Want to see Rajan on the elephant beach. Come to The territory and enjoy your holiday.
Posted by Introduction at 1:52 AM