Affordable Andaman Tour Packages | 5 Nights & 6 Days Budget Tour Packages

Cultural Andaman (5 Nights & 6 Days Budget Tour Package)

Budget Tours ₹ 18,000

₹ 12,800

6 days 5 nights
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Travelers on a budget can still experience the rich culture and history of the Andaman Islands through budget tours. These affordable Andaman tours often include visits to local museums, historical sites, and cultural events, giving travelers a deeper understanding of the region’s heritage.

Choose your package according to the choice of your stay. Here are our 3 different packages.The minimum booking is for 2 people. Contact us for any doubt.

StandardPort BlairAnchorage inn or similar12800/- per person 
HavelockHeaven Garden or similar
Neil IslandSandy Ridge or similar  

  • Price:₹ 18,000
  • Type:Budget Tours
  • Location:Andaman
  • Contract Single
  • Durations: 6 days 5 nights

This day starts with an airport pickup followed by a hotel drop. After breakfast and lunch, the travelers are picked up for sightseeing which includes a visit to the Cellular Jail, Carbyn’s Cove Beach, and the Jail Light & Sound Show before being dropped off at their hotel.

This day begins with a hotel pickup and A/C transfer to the jetty followed by a cruise from Port Blair to Havelock Island. After reaching the island, the travelers visit Radhanagar Beach and a restaurant before being picked up and taken back to their hotel.

On this day, a hotel pickup and jetty drop followed by a boat ride to Elephant Beach. Here, travelers can enjoy water sports activities such as jet skiing, snorkeling, glass-bottom boat rides, and parasailing before heading back to the jetty for lunch at a nearby restaurant. After lunch, the travelers cruise from Havelock Island to Neil Island and are then picked up and dropped off at their hotel.

This day starts with a hotel pickup for an offbeat trip to Bharatpur Beach, followed by a trip to Laxmanpur Beach and a visit to the Natural Bridge (depending on the tide) before being dropped off at the jetty for a cruise back to Port Blair. The travelers are then picked up and dropped off at their hotel.

We beginthis day with a hotel pickup for an offbeat trip to Mount Harriet, after which the travelers return to Port Blair for visits to the Anthropological Museum and the Samudrika Museum before being dropped off at their hotel.

Finally, on Day 6, the trip ends with a hotel pickup, complimentary gifts, and memories before being dropped off at the airport for departure.
  • Some areas of the Andaman & Nicobar Islands, require permits to enter. You should check beforehand and apply for permits through authorized agencies.
  • The Andaman Islands have a rich culture and history, and it is essential to respect local traditions and customs. Dress appropriately and avoid engaging in any behavior that may be deemed offensive or disrespectful.
  • Visitors should carry a basic first aid kit and any necessary medications. Tap water in the Andaman Islands is not safe for drinking, so it is recommended to carry bottled water. Also, follow the COVID-19 guidelines issued by the Government of India, like maintaining social distance, wearing masks, and sanitizing regularly.
  • The Andaman Islands are well connected by air and sea. Flights are available from major Indian cities like Delhi, Mumbai, Kolkata, and Chennai to Port Blair, the capital of the Andaman Islands. Ferries also operate from Kolkata, Chennai, and Visakhapatnam to Port Blair.
  • 3 Star accommodation
  • Air Conditioned Accommodation
  • Airfare
  • Alcoholic Beverages
  • All applicable taxes
  • All entry permits
  • Any Technical Fault Expenses
  • Arrival & Departure
  • Assistance at all arrival and departure points
  • Breakfast
  • Breakfast For 04 occasions
  • Breakfast For 05 occasions
  • Camera Tickets
  • Candle Light Dinner Beach Side in Havelock
  • Complimentary Snorkeling At Elephant Beach
  • Driver Guide
  • Early/Late check-in/check-out charges
  • Entrance Tickets
  • Ferry Tickets
  • Flight Fares
  • Hotel Pick-up
  • Internet
  • Lunch & Dinner
  • Non-AC government cabs
  • Personal Food/Drink/Sightseeing Expenses
  • Private Transfers.
  • Return Havelock & Neil ferry transfer
  • Sightseeing
  • Tips and Porter Charges
  • Transportation
  • Travel Insurance Premium
  • Water Sport Activities

No, Indian citizens do not need a visa to visit Andaman as it is part of India.

The best time to visit Andaman is between November and May when the weather is pleasant and the sea is calm.

Some of the must-visit places in Andaman include the Cellular Jail, Ross Island, Radhanagar Beach, Neil Island, and Baratang Island.

Andaman offers a range of water sports activities like scuba diving, snorkeling, sea walking, parasailing, jet skiing, and banana boat rides.

While Andaman's beaches are beautiful, some of them have strong currents and undertows, making swimming unsafe. It is advisable to stick to designated swimming areas and follow the lifeguard's instructions.

The official language of Andaman and Nicobar Islands is Hindi, but English is widely spoken and understood.

Indian Rupees is the official currency of Andaman, and it is accepted throughout the islands. Some hotels and resorts may also accept credit cards.
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