Duration: 06 Nights / 07 Days
1st Day- Dep. Kolkata Domestic Airport and Arrive at Port Blair, then transfer to Hotel. After Lunch Corbyn’s Cove Sea Beach, Water Sports Complex, Gandhi Park, Light & Sound Show at Cellular Jail & Back Hotel. (Night stay at Port Blair).
2nd Day- Dep. Port Blair & Arrive at Havelock by Ship. After Lunch Radhanagar Sea Beach & Back Hotel. (Night stay at Havelock ).
3rd Day- After Breakfast / Lunch Dep. Havelock & arrive at Neil Island at by Ship. Via
Bharatpur, Sitapur sea beach. (Night stay at Neil Island ).
4th Day- After Breakfast / Lunch Dep. Neil Island & arrive at Port Blair by Ship. ( Night stay at Port Blair ).
5th Day- After Breakfast Ross Island ( Historical Place ) North Bay Island. (Coral Island ) (Night stay at Port Blair).
6th Day- At Morning Dep for Baratang, Mud Volcano, lime Stone Cave Sight Seeing by Ac Tourist Bus & back to Hotel (Night stay at Port Blair).
7th Day- Dep. Hotel to Port Blair Airport Lounge. Leave Port Blair by Flight & Arrive at Kolkata Airport.
WHAT TO BE TAKEN: Personal Medicine, Lock & Key, Luggage Chain, Umbrella, Air Pillow, Torch, Zeolite, Mosquito Agarbatti, Candle, etc.
Tour Programme may be altered or extended even in course of Tour due to unavoidable circumstances viz. Natural Calamity, Break down of Vehicles, Local Bandh, Road Block, Political Disturbances.
**Passengers have to carry their Photo Identity Card in original.
Rs.17875 for 3 persons in a DBR (Adult) + AIRFARE
Rs.19075 for 2 persons in a DBR (Adult) + AIRFARE
Rs.15575 for 5 years to 11 years (Child) + AIRFARE
Rs.12575 for 2 years to below 5 yrs. (Child) + AIRFARE
The Tiananmen, a gate in the wall of the Imperial City, was built in 1415 during the Ming dynasty. In the 17th century, fighting between Li Zicheng’s rebel forces and the forces of the Manchu-led Qing dynasty caused heavy damage to, or even destroyed, the gate. Tiananmen Square was designed and built in 1651, and has since been enlarged by four times its original size in the 1950s.
Near the centre of the square stood the “Great Ming Gate”, the southern gate to the Imperial City, renamed “Great Qing Gate” during the Qing dynasty, and “Gate of China” during the Republican era. Unlike the other gates in Beijing, such as the Tiananmen and the Zhengyangmen, this was a purely ceremonial gateway, with three arches but no ramparts, similar in style to the ceremonial gateways found in the Ming tombs. This gate had a special status as the “Gate of the Nation”, as can be seen from its successive names. It normally remained closed, except when the Emperor passed through. Commoner traffic was diverted to side gates at the western and eastern ends of the square, respectively. Because of this diversion in traffic, a busy marketplace, called “Chess Grid Streets”, was developed in the big, fenced square to the south of this gate.