Cruise / Ferry
Light and Sound Shows
Island tours

Locations Covered
Wandoor beach
Starting from
₹ 10,152
per person
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Holiday Package Overview


Day 1: Arrival & visit to Cellular Jail, Ross Island Light & Sound show


On arrival at Veer Savarkar Airport, our travel executive would receive and escort you to your hotel. After check in, your day tour would start with a visit to the main attraction in Port Blair, the historic national memorial cellular jail also known as kaalapaani. The Cellular Jail declared a national memorial was constructed by Britishers in 1906. Cellular Jail has mutely witnessed the most inhumane atrocities borne by the convicts, who were mostly freedom fighters. Overnight stay in Port Blair.

 Ross Island- Light and sound show

The light and sound show in Ross Island is one of the best and latest show with 3D and laser effects. The show has been designed by renowned film director and actor Revathi and her team. They lived in Ross Island for many days to give life to the project. Using 3D mapping for such a project is one of the first time in India. Each and every minute detail about Bakery Building was studied. According to that, graphics were prepared. 3D mapping, 2D graphics, light, and sound were all brought together to create the Ross Show.

Day 2: Swaraj Dweep (Havelock Island), Radhanagar Beach- Day tour


Get geared up to visit Asia’s No.1 beach rated by Times magazine. After a 2 hour journey in the Andaman Sea with the flying fishes and Dolphins (you may be lucky to sight some) reach Havelock islands. You will be received at the jetty by our tour manager/driver. After hotel check-in visit Radhanagar beach. This virgin white sand beach is best place for swimming as there are no rocks in the coast and the waves are not too high. Although Havelock is the most developed of the islands, it’s still very low-key and simple – a world away from the busy life of mainland India. Overnight stay in Port Blair.

Note: In case of morning cruise departures, please carry packed breakfast

Day 3: Baratang Island through Jarawa reserve and Limestone caves