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Meetu Sharma

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1 reviewPosted 2 years ago
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Best of all Andman!

Mesmerising experience. When I announced that I am going to Andman for vacation, the first response was they where. Kala Pani. Kala pani is USP for Andaman & Nikobar as we have been read it as in History in school books, but I went there for few more contemporary reasons like clear water, scuba diving, water sports, snorkelling & viewing beautiful corals under the water & to visit one of the most beautiful beaches of Asia. Andaman & Nikobar is series of more than 500 islands & islets in the bay of Bengal, in which only 37 islands are inhabited, You need 5 hours for air journey plus halt at Chennai or Kolkata from Delhi, water journey cost around 40 hours from Chennai & Kolkata to port Blair, the capital of Andaman Nikobar. Tourists are allowed to go only Andaman. No permission for Nikobar, even Andmanees need special permit to go there If you take your holiday as a adventure, love to explore destination & want to relax at clear & beautiful sea beaches, Port Blair is eagerly awaiting you. We board on night of 4th January 2012 from Delhi, reached Chennai in midnight, next flight was early morning so we reached port Blair 6. 30 Am of 5th of January I booked my room at Megapode nest resort online which is owned by government, situated just 3 km from airport, auto would charge 50 Rs & taxi 400/- for it When I landed here, in a mountain lodge overlooking the sea, I was in pleasant shock, a beautiful location, aesthetically designed still unbelievably affordable. It is my advice, don't book any package from any travel agent they never give you such accommodation, & still charge heftily.

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Mrs sandhya Srinivas

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6 reviewsPosted 2 years ago
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Truly a virgin paradise

Port Blair is a paradise waiting to be discovered.

Certain places are:-

Day 1-National Memorial Cellular Jail. Here you can see the museum showcasing the freedom struggle. Also witness the Light and Sound show again revolving around the freedom struggle. The tickets cost Rs 50.

Day 2-Morning We hired a speed boat for Rs 500 per head and went to North Bay.. (15 min). We watched Coral reefs in a glass bottomed boat @ Rs 300 per head. This was followed by scuba diving and finally Sea Walking. Both activities cost Rs 3000 each. The visit to North Bay took 4 hours. We were back in our guest house by 1 pm. After a quick lunch we caught the ferry to Ross Island. The 45min ferry took us to the island which was the capital during British Rule. There is a defunct bakery, commissioners office and lots of deer's and peacocks to encounter. Thereafter it was time for the Light and Sound show which got cancelled due to sudden rainfall. We returned to Port Blair and retired for the night.

Day 3-Took the Private Makruz Cruise to Havlock Island. Left at 9am and returned by 6pm. Rs 1200 approximately per person for one way. The cruise is fully air conditioned. The place to visit at Havlock is Radhanagar Beach.

Day 4-Left guesthouse at 4am in our taxi to join a convoy to visit Baratang Island. The convoy passes through a Jarawa reserve forest. But mind you photography is prohibited by law. From Baratang island we took a private motor boat to visit the breathtaking views of limestone caves which is 30 mins walk from the shore. It was 5pm by the time we returned to Port Blair!

Day5-City Tour-This included visit to the Naval and Anthropological museums as well as the Fisheries aquarium.

Day 6-Caught the morning flight to Chennai.

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