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Plan and rediscover exotic Andaman with incredible experiences all specially made for you.

Special Nature Tour Package - 3 Nights and 4 Days

Day 1 - From Port Blair to Baratang by Private Vehicle:

Baratang is an Island situated in Middle Andaman zone of Great Andaman. It is around 101.4 kilometers by road from Port Blair. Main Attractions of Baratang Island are as follows:

Limestone Caves

These caves are a treat for those who are exhausted with the beaches, bathing and other water sports. They offer a whole new view and showcase a different aspect of the Andaman and Nicobar Islands.

The Limestone Caves are surrounded by mangroves and offers all the delights of a mangrove forests except for tigers that are found more commonly in the other Mangrove forest of India

The sojourn becomes even more fun when travelers can spot sun-bathing sea crocodiles, when they are almost about to reach the caves. The crocodiles are found with their jaws wide open and sit still like stones to camouflage with their surroundings.

Mud volcano

A mud volcano is formed by emission of de-pressurized pore water and natural gases (mainly hydrocarbon gases like Methane) emitted by decaying organic matter underground. The gases at times are emitted with loud explosion and associated with fire flares. As the mud is pushed upwards by the gas, it deposits and hardens above the ground. As more mud oozes out and spills over the edge it grows in size, gradually forming a miniature volcano with rich, creamy mud crater at the top.

More than 25 Mud volcano sites are discovered at Andaman Islands as early as 1954 and scattered between North and South Andaman. As per available information the first observed mud volcano explosion was observed in March 1983 in Nilambur Village in Baratang Island. Since 2003 both Diglipur and Baratang mud volcanoes started exploding and emitting mud and gas. Gas Entrapment funnels is placed at Baratang Jarawa creek site by Department of Atomic Energy to monitor the Hydrocarbon levels.

Parrot Island

The sunset at the Parrot Island is a view to die for, since it not only reveals the horizon where the sea and sky meet marked with a crimson line.

Wonderful but uninhabited island, located to the southern end of the
Andaman region, which ensures the variety of beach destinations on Indian soil, is the Parrot Island. This island is a part of the Baratang region, situated in the south of the Andaman Island and can be accessed from the Baratang Jetty. There are several things to be enjoyed at the Parrot Island which you must know of before traversing the barren terrains of the virgin Island.

Special Things to see at the Parrot Island Every Island in Andaman has its own list of attractions apart from the pristine beaches and crystal clear waters, so does Parrot Island. Rather in case of this island, you can enjoy quite a few special views even on the way. To begin with the island has to be reached via a dinghy boat as there are no launch services available from the Baratang Jetty and then pass through a creek, which is a beautiful but spooky ride. While you are about to reach the island you can see a completely different range of Mangrove trees as these trees seem to be evenly cut, giving out the impression of a man-made Mangrove garden. For those you are wondering how is that possible? Well the answer comes from the reason behind the origin of the name of this Island. Every evening hundreds of parrots flock to the island and trim and prune the trees with their blood red beaks during their overnight stay. These parrots again depart the next morning, only to return to the island the next evening.

Night Stay at Baratang

Day 2 - From Baratang to Rangat by Private Vehicle:

Rangat is 210 km from Port Blair and 70 km south of Mayabunder. The town is well connected by road and sea routes. Some nearby tourist attractions are Amkunj Beach (8 km away) Dhaninallah located at out skirts of Rangat and Cutbert Bay Beach (18 km away). The latter is an important turtle nesting ground, especially from December to February

Amkunj Beach

Aamkunj beach is located at a distance of about 08 kms from Rangat towards Mayabunder and about one km. from the Nimbutala helipad. Amkunj Bay beach is another sandy beach on the way to Cutbert Bay. This beach, barely 100 mts from the main road i.e. ATR, is ideal for swimming, sun bathing and relaxation. This beach, developed in a unique way with the help of eco-friendly structures, has a couple of eco-huts and groves named after locally found flora (casurina, jamun, pandanus). The eco-friendly beach facilities such as log sofas, log tepoys, indeed novel and innovative ideas, provides a perfect place for recreation to the people of Rangat and the adjoining villages.

Cutbert Bay Beach

Cutbert Bay Beach is located at a distance of 12 km. from Rangat. This lengthy beach with a tropical forest bordering is famous for turtle nesting in season. One can view the turtle nesting during December-February.

Dhani Nallah

Dhaninallah Mangrove Nature Walk is located at a distance of 20 Kms. from Rangat adjacent to ATR. It is a wooden boardwalk meandering through mangrove creek for a distance of 713 mtrs.  It is the longest walkway of its kind in the whole country. This place Dhaninallah is named after a mangrove associate locally called as Dhanipatti. This Walkway leads to a very beautiful long beach called as Dhaninallah beach, which is known for turtle nesting.

This boardwalk is completely an eco-friendly structure constructed departmentally using rejected teak logs. This walkway provides an unique opportunity to witness diverse mangrove eco-system found in Andaman in a single place. This long board walk has halt at intervals, for the visitors to sit & enjoy the gift of nature from close quarters. These halts are named after the commonly found birds of this locality for generating awareness on wildlife. An eco-hut at the midway of the boardwalk is named after the most frequented sea turtle of the Dhaninallah beach (the beach to which this walkway leads to) i.e. Olive Ridley. This is an ideal location for nature awareness camps. The walkway leads to a beautiful and long beach known as Dhaninallah beach. One can see a hatchery for sea turtles, maintained by the Wildlife Officials as an conservation effort. A nature trail from the Walkway leads to the eco-friendly beach facilities which include a tree top hut, a couple of eco-huts, sit-out areas, changing rooms and toilet facilities. One can have a fantastic view of the Cutbert Bay Wildlife Sanctuary from the tree top hut. The beach has been adequately furnished with eco-friendly log sofas and log teapoys for the convenience of the visitors

Yerata Mangrove Beach Walk

Yerrata is located at a distance of 8 kms from Rangat along with luxuriant mangrove creeks. Yerrata is having a jetty from where ferry is operated to Long Island. Yerrata, which is well connected by road has breath-taking scenic beauty of various species of mangroves and is an ideal location to learn about diverse variety of mangroves. As a step towards creating awareness among general public about mangroves, department of Environment and Forests has established a Mangrove Interpretation Centre which has attractive display panels depicting various species of mangroves found in these islands. A mangrove view watchtower is a unique structure of its kind which provides an opportunity to have a panoramic view of mangroves and adjacent forest. This is the only such tower in whole of A & N Islands to view mangroves. The height of the watch tower is 13 mtrs. The Department of Environment and Forests has developed a Mangrove beach trail having 300 mtrs. stretch of bench walk passing through the natural mangrove forest which is an important tourist attraction. The bench-walk gives the visitors a fantastic feel of mangroves.

Panchavati Water Fall

Panchavati Hills has a beautiful, gentle waterfall. The agricultural farm en-route, housing a rich bank of vegetation, is of interest to botany enthusiasts.

Night Stay at Rangat

Day 3 - From Rangat to Long Island by Govt. Ferry:

Vast marine wealth and exclusive beaches, cosy caves, green hills and magnificent mangroves – a perfect package for adventure tourism.

The pristine beauty of Long Island and adjacent islands in the form of lush green tropical forests, untouched virgin beaches coupled with unique Marine ecosystem attracts the tourists from different parts of India and abroad.

The Islands have dense tropical forests of all types ranging from Tidal Swamp forests to Evergreen Forests.

It has beautiful virgin silvery beaches along its coasts at Lalaji Bay and Merk Bay of North Passage Island adjacent to Long Island.

Cruising through the creek at Yerrata and the sunset view from Long Island can attract any nature lover to these places. Long Island is also a paradise for birding.

From Long Island to Guitar Island by Dungi

Shaped in the form of a “Guitar” and located on Long Island in Andaman and Nicobar is the beautiful Guitar Island Beach. This beach like many others located in Andaman possesses crystal clear water and an extremely tranquil filled environment. Additionally, the island located just opposite to this beach is referred to as the “Small Guitar Island”. So, if you intend to plan a vacation to completely relax and disconnect from the stresses of life then this beach is an ideal destination to visit.

World Class Lalaji bay Beach

Lalaji Bay Beach, in Long Island, Rangat falls in Middle Andaman. There are regular boats from Yerrata Jetty in Rangat to Long Island. One way ride takes about 1.5 hrs and goes through beautiful creek making it a memorable journey. Lalaji Bay beach is a beautiful, sandy beach on the west coast of Long Island. One has to take a boat from Rangat jetty to reach here. The boat ride is quite comfortable and takes around 1.5 hrs. The boat cruises through Mangrove creek thus providing equally scenic views around. From Long Island jetty, one has to take a fiber boat to get to the West coast and then walk a few kilometers to reach the beach. The island has a long, sprawling white sandy beach with clear water. One can easily bask in the sun or get immersed in the clean water to give a treat to mind and body.

Night stay at Long Island.

Next day by Govt. ferry Rangad and from there by private vehicle return to Port Blair thus end the special Nature Tour package with heart filled with purest of nature with its scenic beauty at its best.