ANDAMAN TOUR PACKAGES FROM PUNE
|WEEKEND GETAWAY||3 NIGHTS / 4 DAYS||Rs. 14,999||View More|
|EXOTIC ANDAMAN PACKAGE||4 NIGHTS / 5 DAYS||Rs. 19,999||View More|
|BLISSFUL ANDAMAN PACKAGE||6 NIGHTS / 7 DAYS||Rs. 29,999||View More|
|FAMILY ANDAMAN PACKAGE||7 NIGHTS / 8 DAYS||Rs. 31,999||View More|
|ANDAMAN RUNAWAY||8 NIGHTS / 9 DAYS||Rs. 34,999||View More|
Two things make vacation plans exciting: The beauty and charm of the destination and the history and cultural heritage associated with it. Plan a getaway from Pune this year to the mystical and magical islands of Andaman and Nicobar. The sight of the blue seas and the myriad shades of the water gently meeting the white sandy beaches can make any vacationer’s dream come true.
Things to do in Andaman
While you get enchanted by the sight the liquid blue seas and the sparkling beaches, you can also delve deep into the fascinating stories hidden behind the remains of the British architecture and the intriguing mystery of the aboriginal tribes inhabiting a few of the 572 islands in the group. Make your trip an informative one by digging deep into the roots of the famous monuments like Cellular Jail and learning about the notorious ‘Kaala Pani era’ of the island history. Explore the hidden treasures of the innumerable solitary beaches and find out the reason why it is known worldwide for its legendary beauty and variety of landscape.
Add to the enriching experience through a sojourn to the impressive museums exhibiting the underwater fascinating life forms and get detailed information about each. Get familiar with the wide variety of bright and beautiful corals. Learn about the rich and happening history of the places and mystery of the mythically secretive and ferocious tribe such as Sentinelese, Jarawas, Onges and Nicobarese.
Grab the best offer among the many enticing holiday packages where you can admire at leisure the intriguing islands of Neil Island, Ross Island, Havelock Island, Baratang Island, Diglipur and spend some quality time with your loved ones at an exotic location. The nature’s marvels and the innumerable famed beaches await your presence. Revel in the beauty of the glorious sunsets and sunrises and treasure the secluded moments on the sea shores of the pristine beaches.
Take a leisurely stroll in the dusk or at the dawn watching the sun starting the day of peace and solitude or ending the day to a calm and peaceful night. A romantic candle-light dinner on the idyllic waterfronts or on the sleepy boats floating across the slumberous seas, a soothing spa or some sauna therapies will add to your joy and comfort of the Andaman stay.
This mesmerising island destination offers you complete relaxation and allures you to indulge in the thrilling water activities like snorkelling, scuba diving, angling, jet skiing, sea-walking, boat riding and parasailing. The delicious sea-food snacking at the innumerable beach shacks contrasted with the ample options of fine dining experience in posh and luxury hotels, we shall provide you a complete package of a joyful vacation to carry home plenty of delectable memories.
The scenic beauty of Rangat, Mount Harriet, Havelock and Ross and Smith Islands is perfect for nature lovers. The rich mix of flora and fauna is a thrill for them. The islands located in this archipelago have innumerable picturesque beaches such as Cuthbert Bay Beach is Middle Andaman Islands, which is also very famous for being the breeding ground for fascinating turtles. Turtle hatching is common in some of these islands and you can watch closely all the marine conservation efforts by the government to save and protect some of the rare and fascinating species breathing on these islands.
Places to Visit in Andamans
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Frequently Asked Questions
Q: Is sea walk safe in Andamans?
Answer: In the Andaman and Nicobar Islands, undersea walk or helmet diving or helmet walking is conducted majorly at North Bay Island Beach situated not very far away from Port Blair and at the famous Elephant Beach in Havelock Island. You are assisted by able and trained divers throughout the whole exercise of walking on the sea surface. The weight of the helmet pushes you down and keeps you underwater. There is an apparatus attached for uninterrupted breathing. It is absolutely safe and conducted by very professional agencies who take very good care of you.
Q: What language do they speak in Andaman?
Answer: In Andamans, Bengali is the most widely spoken language on the islands. Next comes Hindi, Tamil, Telugu and Malayalam. Andaman Creole Hindi is often used as the language of business communication throughout the Andaman islands. Natives also speak and understand English.
Q: What can I buy in Andaman?
Answer: In Andamans, one can buy exquisite locally crafted shell ornaments and shell décor items. Andaman designs and produces some very unique and beautiful items and jewellery made of seashells. Wooden artefacts and local items of craft are very beautiful. You can also buy bamboo articles and pearls.
Q: What is unique about Andamans?
Answer: Andaman is the home to some of the most fascinating creatures that live and breathe on this land. The fascinating ecosystem nurtures some of the most intriguing creatures in its coral reefs. Among the spectacular coral reefs, you get to see the biggest crabs, the largest turtles, and the most vibrant and eerily beautiful and colourful fishes and other endangered marine species. If you are lucky, you can enjoy the turtle hatching which is a spellbinding spectacle. Andaman also houses the most beautiful of butterfly species.
Q: Are the tribes of Andaman dangerous for visitors?
Answer: The Andaman and Nicobar Islands are home to four types of Negrito tribes which can be identified as Great Andamanese, Onge, Jarawa and Sentinelese. Nicobar Islands on the other hand are home to two Mongoloid tribes that are identified as the Shompen and Nicobarese. The North Sentinel Island of Andamans is the secluded home to one of the most isolated human race living on earth. The Sentinelese, who number approximately 300, have been living on this island in complete isolation and do not allow modern civilization to approach the island. They shoot their arrows and kill anyone who comes within range. They are believed to be the descendants from the first human populations who are thought to have lived on this island in the Andaman Islands for around 60,000 years. But these islands are absolutely protected and visitors from outside world are not permitted to go in the vicinity. Hence, the tribal races of Andamans are not dangerous for visitors.
Q: What is distance from Pune to Andaman?
Answer: The distance from Pune to Andaman is 2151 kilometres.
Q: How can I go to Andaman from Pune by train?
Answer: There are no rail routes connecting Andaman to any other city of the world. Andaman is surrounded by oceans on all sides and it located in a remote corner of the Bay of Bengal. So it is not possible to reach Andaman from Pune by train.