Duration : 5 Nights / 6 Days
Destination Covered : Andaman,
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Our World today, has been invaded and conquered in the search for beauty, to beet into souvenirs and photographs; and we’re led to believe that what iscaptured and to be seen, has been seen already. But we could not be more mistaken. Many have traversed the off trodden paths towards a Vacation of Leisure or Labor. And yet there is world out there - of endless possibilities, of untouched, glorious beauty - just waiting to be explored. We, at Mas Tours, invite you to join us, and view the world through our eyes; to travel the path less travelled, to where the real beauty lies. Come, Let’s Explore the exotic World beauty of Andaman untouched paradises
A group of pictorial islands surrounded by the emerald green waters of the Bay of Bengal, magical Andaman is an ideal destination for those who want to soak into pristine nature, primeval jungle, mangrove forest & snow-white beaches. Originating from Port Blair this Andaman tour takes you to some of the most stunning islands, Havelock, Baratang and Chidiyatapu beach. Witnessing the setting sun at Radhanagar Beach in Havelock is one of the most delightful moments of this tour. Above all, on the occasion of Veer Savarkar Punyatithi you also visit Cellular Jail, a symbol of India’s freedom struggle and revisit our glorious history in the Sound and Light Show on the jail premises. A treasure trove for the nature, beach and history lovers, Andaman is an ideal holiday spot to spend quality time with your friends and families. Andaman and Nicobar have rich history dating back since 800 BC. These Islands are one of the famous Islands in the world and they have the best beaches in India. This must visit destination is a good place for vacationing but let us learn a thing or two about this paradise. The indigenous population called Andamanese and Nicobarese inhabit these Islands. The Islands of Andaman and Nicobar have five indigenous tribes that are still living in these parts like Jharwas (Jarawas), Onges, The Great Andamanese, Shompens, Sentenelese. The common languages they spoke were Onge, Andamanese, Sentinelese, Jarawa and Nicobarese. In addition to the tribal’s of the Island, it was believed that the Andaman Islands were descendants of African slaves that arrived in this Island after a shipwreck while being carried on board on a Portuguese ship, however, most of the anthropologist's sum-up with the fact that they are not Negros but Negritos. For years, the Andaman and Nicobar Islands have seen many faces from India’s First War of Independence that took place in the year 1857 to the Japanese Invasion during the 2nd World War. But with the coming of Indian Independence in the year 1947, these islands Andaman and Nicobar were united with the Indian mainstream. Today, you will find, its past relics, artifacts and ruins around the Island, in the museum of Cellular Jail in Andaman. For ages, the Andamans have been nicknamed as Kala Paani because of its cellular Jail. Earlier, Andaman used to be a prison central to take away the prisoners far from the mainland. Today, this Cellular Jail sources as a prime attraction for tourists.
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