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The exotic packages includes the all the areas from Port Blair, Andaman Nicobar Island. The best value Tour Packages consist of Jolly Buoy Island, Chidiya Tapu, Jogger's Park, Gandhi Park, Cellular Jail and many more. The Travel agents Guides you with the best package which fits to your need with economy plans. Delhi Travel Agency is facilitating its clients with Best Travel Packages including Hotel Bookings, Sight Seeing, Food, Domestic and International Flight Bookings.


  • Port Blair, Andaman Nicobar Island Tour

    Affordable Tour Packages by delhitourntravels.in

    Jolly Buoy Island

    Chidiya Tapu

    Wandoor Beach

    Samudrika Marine Museum

    North Bay Island Andaman

    Red Skin Island

    Anthropological Museum

    Andaman Water Sports Complex

    Jogger's Park

    Gandhi Park

    Corbyn's Cove

    Murugan Temple

    Government Saw Mill Chatham

    Marina Park and Aquarium

    Fishery Museum

    Viper Island


    Zsi Museum

    Cellular Jail

    Ross Island

    Jolly Buoy Island

    Jolly Buoy is the Snorkeling hub of India. The best corals and sea life I have seen

    till date in crystal clear water at its shallowest. The place is a paradise on earth.

    The small island is out of a story book which you reach after an adventure

    voyage and wish to spend a lifetime upon. It is so pretty that I wish could buy it.

    Step onto one of the most beautiful beaches

    youve ever seen. Take a deep breath in. Yes,

    this is what a vacation is all about.

    There are 365 beaches in Antigua, one for

    each day of the year, but Jolly Beach Resort & Spa is blessed to be located on

    Antiguas best beach with turquoise waters and white sand stretching for a


    Jolly Beach Resort

    Jolly Beach

  • Chidiya Tapu Biological Park

    The Chidiya Tapu Biological Park (Bird Island Biological Park) came into

    existence in 2001 with the aim to conserve and study endemic and endangered

    species of animals found in the Andaman and Nicobar islands. Since then the

    park has been a centre for biodiversity and conservation where one can catch a

    glimpse of the rich fauna of the islands.

    The plan for the park has been meticulously laid out to span over 20 years and

    three phases, of which only one phase is currently open to public.

    A green and dense jungle like environment cleverly recreates the natural habitat

    of the animals here. Sprawled over 40 hectares, the park is covered with a

    variety of plant, right from the majestic Mahuas to the exquisite Padauks. While

    walking through this jungle, one would be able to catch a glimpse of a variety of

    birds flying around freely. Other than birds you could spot wild pigs as well as

    barking deer and spotted deer. Those fascinated with reptiles would enjoy the

    saltwater crocodile spotting.

    The future phases will see the park housing an aquarium, insectariums, a reptile

    house, butterfly house and a walk in Aviary. It sure is something to look forward to.

    Wandoor Beach

    Situated 25kms east of Port Blair, Wandoor beach is famous amongst tourists

    and locals alike. The picturesque scenery of the beach makes it ideal for

    swimming and coral sighting. With clean blue water contrasting beautifully

    against the dried trees, this beach is also equipped with neatly constructed

    benches and changing rooms for your convenience. The trees, uprooted during

    the 2006 Tsunami, make for scenic pictures.

    If youre the adventure junkie, then a short

    trek to the natural caves here is just the

    thing for you. The caves, formed over decades, have been carved by fierce high

    tides that surround the beach. The challenging trek is best taken up in the

    morning because the tides are low and youre able to get back by early evening.

    Overall, the calm and beautiful scenes of Wandoor beach are worth a visit for a

    soothing experience with the cave trek adding just the right amount of


    Chidiya Tapu

    Biological Park Chidiya Tapu

    Wandoor Beach

    Wandoor_ Beach

  • Samudrika Marine Museum

    History, Geography, anthropology, . and the beautiful marine life ! No other

    place brings together all of these aspects of the Andaman Islands as well as

    Samudrika , the Naval Marine Museum.

    The museum has been thoughtfully divided into five different rooms, each of

    them showcasing a different facet of the Andaman Islands. A massive blue

    whale, in its skeletal form of course, greets you as you enter the museum.

    Did you know that Andaman apparently has been named after Lord Hanuman or

    Handuman as they refer to him here? From its name to how it came to be

    formed, the first room deals with the geographical history of the islands.

    The second and third rooms will be quite a delight for the young and the old

    alike. An aquarium in the second room is teeming with fishes of all shapes and

    sizes, from a parrot fish to the rare and venomous species of stone fish. The

    third room on the other hand exhibits corals, which the islands are quite

    famous for. In addition to learning more about these beautiful marine

    formations, one can also know about the sites to spot them. A fourth room

    houses an extensive display of shells. Thus giving one a complete sense of the

    marine life of the Andamans.

    As important as the marine life is to the Andamans, one cant leave the

    museum without visiting the fifth room. Here one will find information about the tribal life in the islands along

    with a display of interesting specimens of snakes and butterflies. You should visit the curio shop in case you want

    to take back a few souvenirs of your trip here.

    North Bay Island Andaman

    Located nearer to Phoenix jetty of Port Blair, this beach is also very famous for

    under water corals. Snorkeling and scuba diving is available. All sort os facilities

    are available for the people like food, clothes for rent, lockers, huts for taking

    rest etc... The one day package trip includes North Bay, Viper Island and Ross

    Island. Some travelers prefer to stay more time in North Bay to enjoy the sea

    corals through snorkeling and scuba diving. Normal trip package goes with Viper

    island first, North bay next and Ross island last. Unlike Jolly buoy and Red skin

    beaches, the crowd in North Bay coral beach is more. People come here in large

    number because of the facilities available to enjoy the beach play. Locker

    almirahs arrangement is available to store the valuables inside. There are huts to take shelter for those who don't

    want to play in the beach.

    Samudrika Marine Museum

    Museum Samudrika Marine

    North Bay Island Anaman

  • Red Skin Island

    Red Skin Island and Jolly Buoy Island lie next to each other and boast of rich

    under water marine life.

    Usually, tourists go to Jolly Buoy in the peak season but as rainy season

    approaches, the weather makes the commute difficult as Jolly Buoy falls in

    open sea area and then the tourists are taken to Red Skin Island.

    I happened to go to Red Skin during one of such times when the weather was

    not good for going to Jolly Buoy so our operator took us to Red Skin instead.

    Yes, even though I live here, I also travel by tour agents just to have a taste of our tourism department works here.

    And like many of the tourists who spend thousands to have a vacation here, I was disappointed too.

    As we approached Red Skin, I could see a small island, very small Island with a very narrow beach. On that narrow

    yet white sandy beach, I could see hundreds of tourists standing on the beach and hundreds playing in the sea. My

    heart thumped at the sight. I did not step out of my boat as I could see that there was barely some space on the

    beach to stand!

    Anthropological Museum

    Andaman and Nicobar Islands Anthropological Museum, which is located at the

    Phoenix Bay, displays facts about the local tribes of the region. The museum was

    established in the year 1975. It is one of its kind museum that displays facts

    about the four Negroid tribes of the Andaman Islands and two Mongloid tribes

    of the Nicobar Islands.

    The main articles that are displayed at the Anthropological Museum in Andaman

    and Nicobar Islands are the various handicrafts, tools, arts and crafts,

    implements, photographs, etc., that dates back to the era of reign of the above

    listed tribes. There are many other items kept for display that reflect the cultural

    beliefs and traditions of the tribes of Andaman and Nicobar islands.

    The four Negroid tribes of the Andaman on whom the Anthropological Museum

    of Andaman and Nicobar Islands displays the various facts are Onges,

    Sentinelese, Jarawas and Andamanese. The two Mongloid tribes of Nicobar

    Islands are the Shompens and Nicobarese.

    The Anthropological Museum at Andaman and Nicobar Islands houses various

    photographs which showcase the living style of the above listed tribal people.

    Apart from the photographs, the museum also houses models made up of clay

    that display the types of houses, utensils, ornaments, equipments, clothes, etc.

    used by these tribes.

    You can visit Anthropological Museum at any time of the year. The museum remains closed on Mondays and

    Tuesdays. Go and check out the lifestyles of the ancient tribes who can still be located deep inside the islands of

    Andaman and Nicobar.

    Red Skin Island

    Anthropological Museum

    Museum Anthropological

  • Andaman Water Sports Complex

    Andaman Water Sports Complex is a well known sports complex in India. The

    unique sports complex offers many adventurous water sports activities. It is

    located close to the Cellular Jail and Aberdeen Bazar in the north-west Port


    It offers all kinds of