Port Blair's Veer Savarkar International Airport is well-connected to most major cities of the country via frequent flights.
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Explore the sun, sea and sand of the gorgeous Andaman Islands on this 6-day backpacking trip. Every day, you'll combine the spectacular beauty of relaxing on Andaman's famous beaches with a range of exciting adventure sports. You'll go scuba diving in the Andaman Sea, cycling to Kalapathar beach, kayaking in tropical mangrove forests, jet skiing at Port Blair, snorkelling at Elephant Beach and stand-up paddling at Radhanagar beach. In between such thrilling adventures, you'll spend hours relaxing on the soft and sandy beaches of the Andaman Islands, arguably some of the best beaches in Asia. This trip is perfect for travellers on a budget, looking to get a taste of the exotic Andaman Islands.
NOTE: Price mentioned is per person price for a booking of two travellers.
Often called India's best kept secret, the Andaman Islands are a hot-spot for water sports, catering to travellers from all around the world. With an incredible ecosystem of coral reefs and fishes, alongside some of the clearest oceans in the country, the islands are the perfect destination for snorkelling, scuba diving and kayaking. The islands are also peppered with beautiful, white beaches, making an ideal destination for even those who want to relax under a palm tree and drift in the tropical vibes of the Andamans.
You'll spend two nights at Port Blair, staying at a deluxe hotel in twin-sharing rooms, and four nights at Havelock Island, staying at a beachside resort in twin-sharing A-frame huts with common washrooms. All breakfasts from day 2 are included in this package.
Stay in quaint A-frame huts on a beachside resort. | Go scuba diving, kayaking, snorkelling, cycling, jet-skiing and stand-up paddling. | Explore the magnificent beauty of the Andaman Sea and Havelock Island. | Visit some of the most famous and most breath-taking beaches in India.
1 Instructor for 6 Participant
1 and above years
Land at Port Blair's Veer Savarkar International Airport and meet a representative of the tour operator who will transfer you to your hotel for the night in a private, AC car. Your adventure begins with a visit to the only beach at Port Blair - the Corbyn's Cove beach. Here, you participate in an exciting session of jet skiing over the Andaman Sea. Spend the rest of the afternoon relaxing on the sandy shores of the beach. In the evening, you'll visit the city's Cellular Jail for an enthralling sound and light show depicting India's freedom struggle. Overnight in a hotel at Port Blair.
Overnight in a hotel at Port Blair.
You'll fly into Port Blair and go jet-skiing at the Corbyn's Cove beach. Please ensure that you book a flight that arrives at Port Blair in the early morning hours, since a late or delayed flight will cause you to miss some of the activities planned for the day. You'll be accommodated in a hotel at Port Blair on twin-sharing basis. No meals are provided today, so you can visit any of the restaurants at Port Blair to have meals at your own expense.
No meals are provided today
For cancellations made 32 days or more before departure of the Andaman Islands backpacking trip: 95% refund.
For cancellations made 16-31 days before departure of the Andaman Islands backpacking trip: no refund on the cost of accommodation, 75% refund on the cost of transfers.
For cancellations made less than 16 days before departure of the Andaman Islands backpacking trip: no refund.
No refunds will be issued for unused services or inclusions.
All cancellations of the Andaman Islands backpacking trip will be processed after deducting a transaction fee of INR 200 per person. This fee is charged by The Great Next.
Travellers are required to follow instructions of the adventure activity guides while undertaking any adventure activity during this backpacking trip to Andaman Islands.
Consumption of alcohol, drugs, tobacco products and cigarettes is strictly prohibited while participating in any adventure activity.
Travellers are requested to treat the local culture with respect and avoid littering, defacing property and monuments and causing general disturbance.