Andaman Planning Experience

How it All Began:

It all began during a casual weekend gathering in the bustling city of Bangalore, where five close friends had come together to unwind and catch up on life. The conversation was initiated by an all-too-familiar complaint, “What’s up, dude? You never take my calls or respond later,” voiced by one of the friends.

Party with friends

Nandan, the accused in this case, couldn’t help but offer an explanation, “Fed up with the heavy work pressure. Feels like going out in the jungle out of the city life. Need some break.” His words resonated with the group, and a discussion about potential escapes from the daily grind ensued.

Suggestions were thrown into the mix: one friend advocated for a getaway to North India, while another proposed the allure of Malaysia. However, a voice of reason chimed in, “Why don’t we consider a nearby weekend resort? It would be a quick and refreshing escape.”

As the friends shared their thoughts and dreams of a perfect break, there was an unspoken understanding among them. They all knew that this plan, like so many others, would likely be forgotten until their next weekend gathering – and true to form, it was.

Fast forward to the next weekend party, and the same hectic pace of life in Bangalore had left its mark on Kiran. When asked about his week, he replied, “Yaa, really fed up, Guru.” The topic of their long-forgotten outing plan resurfaced as Lakshmikanth humorously commented, “As usual, you don’t remember the discussions after the bottom-ups.”

Nandan, always the optimist, suggested, “Hey, let’s plan a trip to Andaman and Nicobar Islands.” Kiran eagerly agreed, saying, “I wish too.” However, as the weekend party raged on, they couldn’t help but feel that planning anything here was futile. Reality often set in on Monday when everyone got swamped with work, and the discussions were left unattended.

With a touch of resignation, Nandan remarked, “We never seem to take these discussions further. I bet we’re not going anywhere.” As the evening wore on, they decided to call it a night. The clock was ticking, and they were all aware that returning home late might not sit well with their respective partners. As they settled the bill, they couldn’t help but laugh at the cycle of unfulfilled wanderlust that seemed to define their friendship.

In the end, their grand getaway plans remained just that – plans. Perhaps one day, they would break the cycle and embark on the adventure they all longed for. Until then, the weekends would continue to be filled with laughter, camaraderie, and the fleeting dreams of escape.

Next Day…

The following Sunday morning, a new WhatsApp group, ‘Andaman Plan,’ stirred excitement among the five friends. Created by Guru, it had a specific purpose in mind: to plan their long-imagined getaway to the Andaman and Nicobar Islands. This group was a reincarnation of the ‘MKR Trip’ from a previous adventure.

Guru swiftly added Lakshmikanth and Nandan, bringing the group to life on the 11th of March 2019. Screenshots of their discussions served as a virtual blueprint for their travel dreams, capturing their plans, debates, and aspirations.

With the ‘Andaman Plan’ group established, the friends embarked on a new chapter, hoping to turn their wanderlust into reality. Only time would tell if this digital endeavor would finally break the cycle of unfulfilled plans or if their dreams would once again slip into the background of their busy live.

Screen shots our WhatsApp Discussion…

Andaman Planning over WhatsApp message

My business was running dull, so I was concerned about funds. I was checking package tours online to get an idea of the cost. The packages ranged from Rs. 45,000 to Rs. 60,000 per person for a 5-night, 6-day Andaman itinerary. I was preparing my mind for a budget of Rs. 50,000.

Days were passing by…

Kiran called each one to know what was on everyone’s mind. He came to know about my financial concerns and was ready only for a bachelor trip. Meanwhile, when he talked about our plan to his wife and kids, they too were excited to join. So, he had committed to them and could not go back on his word.

So, for a family with two kids (2 Adults + 2 Kids), it would cost a minimum of Rs. 1,60,000 (45K + 45K + 30K + 30K, considering kids share a room with an extra bed).

Lakshmikanth was ready, but only if I could join them. Guru had recently booked a flat and couldn’t commit. He said he may not join. Nandan had plans for a work-related trip to the US through his company.

Kiran discussed with Lakshmikanth that he would take care of Shivu’s financial shortcomings for the trip. Let Shivu arrange whatever possible for himself. They decided to go with the family only. Both discussed that one of them would take care of the flights, and the other would handle hotel bookings.

Kiran called and convinced me to join the trip, saying not to worry about the finances. Both Kiran and Lakshmikanth were willing to pay now, and we could figure out the details later. It was a once-in-a-lifetime experience but on a loan! Going alone later when I had money was a dumb idea. The company of friends was important. They gave me no chance to say no and asked me to start the planning and bookings, saying that Kiran would confirm the leave from his company. I usually handled the books and accounts for any weekend trips we used to plan.

Leaves Confirmed…

Andaman Plan Finalization

Kiran provided us with the dates, which were the 24th and 25th of May, extending for one week. Both Lakshmikanth and I had no issues with these dates since we owned our own businesses. We were flexible enough to adjust our work schedules to free up those days and handle any urgent matters over the phone.

The Planning Begins…

[If you are considering a trip to the Andaman Islands, I’ll guide you through my planning and thought process here. This process can be applied to self-plan any of your future trips. The journey of self-planning a trip is just as thrilling and exciting as the trip itself. Some of you may not have had the opportunity to experience this planning process, perhaps having booked a package through a travel agent. Trust me, self-planning is an entirely unique and rewarding experience. Give it a try once, and you may find that you’ll never want to book packaged tours in the future. Planning your own travel provides you with full control and the freedom to tailor your adventure to your preferences.]

So, what’s the information we have in hand?

[You should be listing your data]

Information Details
Vacation Destination Andaman & Nicobar Islands
Starting City Bangalore
Dates Range May 24th, 25th, 26th, 27th, 28th, 29th, 30th, 31st
  Thu, Fri, Sat, Sun, Mon, Tue, Wed, Fri, Sat (corresponding days)
Number of People 3 Families with 2 kids each, totaling 12 people
Funds Estimated cost: Rs. 45,000 per person for a 5-night, 6-day itinerary

Gathering Information of the People Traveling:

We established a WhatsApp group named ‘Andaman Trip’ and invited the heads of each family to join. Within the group, we requested that all participants provide copies of their ID cards (Aadhar Cards) for everyone attending the trip. Additionally, we encouraged those who possessed a driving license to share pictures of it. Using this collected information, we  complete the following table:


Sl No




Aadhar No
























































NEB – Need Extra Bed. DL – Driving License.

Small Analysis:

Based on the above table make an analysis, get to understand

  • How many Adults?
  • How Many Kids? Above 10Yrs? Above 12Yrs? Any one eligible for Half charges/Tickets?
  • King size/Queen size beds required in hotels. Extra Beds Required for each family.
  • Who all know 2-wheeler/ 4-wheeler Driving in the group? Do they have the required License?

How did we arrive at a rough estimation of the required funds?

We have nine days at our disposal, starting from the 24th and concluding on the 1st. This duration encompasses the initial and return days. While most online packages offered a standard 6-day itinerary, we were open to extending our stay if necessary, especially since the 1st was a Saturday. This would allow us to spend Sunday leisurely, cherishing the memories of the trip, before returning to work refreshed on Monday.

Research begins… Google!

To estimate the cost, start by searching for package trips that match the number of days you are planning for your trip. In our case, we were considering a 6-night/7-day trip, but most packages we found were designed for 5 nights and 6 days.

The search results revealed a wide range of costs, typically ranging from Rs. 45,000 to Rs. 60,000 per head. Please note that these were the costs at the time of our research. Make sure to conduct your own research to find the latest package prices.

Here are some key considerations:

  • Costs are usually per head.
  • Most packages are based on twin sharing.
  • Additional charges apply for an extra bed, payable at the hotel.
  • Taxes are extra.
  • Activities may not be included in the package.
  • Some packages may exclude lunch.
  • Alcohol is typically not included.
  • Flights are usually included, but consider transportation from home to the airport.

Let’s assume a minimum cost of Rs. 45,000 per head. We can also make some rough estimates for children’s costs:

  • Kid with an extra bed: Approximately 80% of the adult cost.
  • Kid with a bed sharing with parents: Approximately 60% of the adult cost.

So, for a family of husband, wife, and two kids, the estimated cost would be Rs. 1,50,000:

  • Husband: Rs. 45,000
  • Wife: Rs. 45,000
  • Kid 1 (with extra bed): Rs. 35,000
  • Kid 2 (sharing with parents): Rs. 25,000

Please note that this assumption is based on our experience. Typically, it costs 15-25% more than the package cost when going with package plans. Therefore, plan your trip in a way that the total cost, including other extras, does not exceed this amount.

We will share how we managed the cost to be less than the package cost of Rs.1,05000/family of four, for a longer duration, including the extras, providing more cost-effective experiences.

Additionally, remember to budget for other expenses like taxes, activities, transport from home to the airport and back, emergency cash, and per-travel shopping.

Best season to visit Andaman:

We discovered that the best months for our trip were from November to May. Our plan was set for the end of May. It’s important to note that even during the non-monsoon seasons in this region, you can expect light rains. The heavy monsoon rains occur during the monsoon season. It’s advisable to avoid planning your trip during these months, as continuous rain throughout the day could hinder your ability to enjoy the sights and experiences.

Clothing to consider:

When exploring the beaches and jungle, it’s advisable to pack swimwear, t-shirts, shorts, track pants, comfortable shoes, sunglasses, and your regular wardrobe. Keep in mind that the weather can be humid, so choose your clothing accordingly

Phone network:

BSNL and Airtel (only in Port Blair) are the primary mobile networks available, although there may have been new networks introduced recently. Don’t worry, you can make calls from your hotel, and some hotels offer Wi-Fi. Connectivity is generally reliable in Port Blair but quite limited in Havelock and nearly nonexistent in Neil Islands. It’s advisable to download offline maps of the Andaman and Nicobar Islands for navigation during your trip.

Cash and Cards:

ATMs and cards are widely accepted in Port Blair. However, during our visit, we found only one ATM in Havelock Island and none in Neil Island. Therefore, it’s advisable to carry sufficient cash when traveling to these locations.

Languages spoken:

Hindi, English, Tamil, Bengali

Area Restrictions:

Only a select few islands are open to visitors. Many islands in the Andaman and Nicobar region are inhabited by tribal groups and are off-limits to the general public. However, for the places we intended to visit—Port Blair, Havelock Island, and Neil Island—there were no access issues.

It’s important to note that on the way to Baratang, we will be passing through a restricted area inhabited by the Jarva Tribe. The authorities allow a convoy of vehicles to pass through every 3 hours, and this journey requires jungle fees and permits. Your taxi driver will typically take care of these requirements.

[We suggest that you make a note of any information you were previously unaware of, details you need to remember, or anything you wish to communicate with your fellow group members regarding this portion of your trip.]

Places to see in Andaman:

Prior to your trip, it’s advisable to conduct thorough research using Google Maps. Familiarize yourself with the places of interest by exploring the map view. This will help you gain a better understanding of the area, the distances between destinations, and the shapes of the islands. Additionally, you can determine the distance from the airport to your chosen places of interest or the location of the hotel you intend to book. Don’t forget to identify the location of the jetty, which is the boarding dock for ships traveling to Havelock Island. This knowledge will aid in route planning between various sightseeing locations, allowing you to cover more than what standard package trips typically offer and prioritize the places of your personal interest.

Here was our plan:

  • Port Blair – 1 day
  • Havelock Island – 2 days
  • Neil Island – 1 day
  • Baratang – 1 day
  • Total: 5 days of visits, 1 arrival day, 1 departure day, totaling 6 nights and 7 days.

The inclusion of Baratang in our plan was based on research conducted by other group members. This decision was made because we had allocated an extra day compared to standard packages, allowing us to experience traveling through the Tribal Jungles and catch a glimpse of their unique way of life on Earth, particularly en route to the limestone caves via the mangroves.

Drilling down the research:

As you plan your trip, it’s essential to identify the must-see attractions in each of these places. Consider the iconic spots where you can capture memorable photographs as proof of your visit and adventures. While I’ll share my planned list shortly and describe the actual places we visited in the experience section, I encourage you to immerse yourself in the search and research phase of planning. Discovering these places on your own can be a rewarding and enjoyable part of the journey.

Zeroing on the places of attraction:

Some points to consider while marking each place to visit in each area…


As part of your research, it’s essential to consider the following:

  • Assess your personal interest in the place. You can find pictures and information on the web to get an initial sense of what appeals to you.
  • Determine the distances between the various sightseeing places to optimize your itinerary.
  • Check the weekly off day for each location to ensure it doesn’t coincide with your planned visit.
  • Gather information on the opening and closing timings of each attraction.
  • Estimate the amount of time required to explore each place.
  • Research the availability of tickets, their costs, and whether you can pre-book them online or need to purchase them on-site.
  • Explore whether there are half-day or full-day packages available locally.
  • Plan an optimal roundabout route for the places you choose to visit.
  • Investigate the modes of transport available between these places, including options such as renting a car, a tempo traveler, local public transport, or on-call auto/taxi services.
  • Determine the best time to start your day in the morning and when you’ll likely return to your hotel after covering all the places.

Remember that this research phase is an important part of your trip planning. You’ll make a list of places and gain essential knowledge about each location. Finalizing your choices should ideally occur after your flight and hotel bookings are confirmed. Be sure to avoid scheduling your visit on a day when your chosen destination has a weekly off.

By now, you should have a good idea of what you’d like to see in Port Blair. Havelock and Neil Island have fewer attractions to explore, making the planning simpler. For Baratang, consider booking a day trip with a vehicle, especially since permits and tickets are involved.

Here is our planned list of attractions for each location:

Port Blair – 1 Day

  • Cellular Jail (Note: Closed on Mondays and national holidays)
  • Ross Island (Netaji Subash Chandra Bose Island) (Note: Closed on Wednesdays and national holidays)
  • Corbyn Cove Beach
  • Zonal Anthropological Museum
  • Samudrika Marine Museum
  • Government Saw Mill
  • Flag Point (Tiranga)

Havelock Island (Swaraj Dweep) – 2 Days

  • Radhanagar Beach
  • Elephant Beach
  • Govind Beach
  • Kala Pathar Beach

Neil Island (Shaheed Dweep) – 1 Day

  • Natural Bridge
  • Bharatpur Beach
  • Laxmanpur Beach No 1
  • Sitapur Beach

Baratang – 1 Day (Note: Closed on Mondays – Plan accordingly)

  • Jarva Tribes – en route
  • Mangroves – en route
  • Limestone Caves
  • Mud Volcano

Please note the specific closure days for some attractions in Port Blair and Baratang to plan your visits accordingly.

Why 2 days planned at Havelock Island?

Although there are only a few sightseeing places on this island, we have allocated 2 days to explore. Our plan is to engage in water activities, which will include Scuba Diving during our stay here.

How do plan the first and the last day?

Planning the first and last days of your trip can be challenging because you’re uncertain about your exact arrival and departure times in Port Blair until you have your flight booking confirmed. Depending on the flight schedule, you may consider planning for half-day sightseeing or exploring nearby places. In many package trips, these days are often designated as leisure time spent at the hotel, and it’s common for them to be underutilized.

Flight timings for planning:

When planning your first and last days, a crucial factor is to check the flight timings from your departure city to Port Blair. Take into account the following points during this process:

  • Cost: Consider booking your flights one to three months in advance for better pricing options.
  • Departure and Arrival Timings: Aim for an early arrival, preferably during the first half of the day, in Port Blair on the first day of your trip. Likewise, plan for a late departure, ideally during the second half of the day, from Port Blair on the last day of your trip. This will provide you with approximately half a day each for exploration.
  • Departure Date: Be flexible with your departure date. Check if there are better deals available by considering an earlier or later departure date. This flexibility can potentially lead to cost savings and better flight options.

Our Plan:

Although we had a free day on May 24th, we decided to book our flight from Bangalore on the morning of May 25th. The flight was scheduled to depart at 6:00 AM, with an arrival time of 9:00 AM in Port Blair. This choice saved us Rs. 500 per person compared to the rates on the 24th. Considering we were a group of three families, totaling 12 individuals, including kids, we collectively saved Rs. 6,000.

We booked our flights in two separate transactions: one person booked four seats, and another person booked eight seats using a different payment card. The average cost per seat for the one-way journey ranged from Rs. 5,000 to Rs. 5,500 at that time, as prices fluctuated with each booking.

Before finalizing our flight bookings, we examined the availability for the return journey on May 30th and May 31st. We found no difference in prices between the two return dates. Therefore, we opted for May 31st, which also coincided with our planned trip to Baratang, adding an extra day of exploration.

The return flight was scheduled to depart around 2:00 PM, which left us with approximately half a day of free time on our return day for additional plans.

Additionally, during the booking process, we made sure to check the cabin and checked baggage weight allowances. This step helped us ensure that we adhered to the specific weight restrictions for our flights, avoiding any potential excess baggage fees.

I received some helpful advice from my brother, who is in the Airforce and had a two-year service posting in Port Blair a few years ago. He mentioned that the sun rises early there, at around 5:00 AM, which is equivalent to 6:30-7:00 AM in Bangalore. Additionally, he informed us that most establishments in Port Blair tend to close by 9:00 PM, which is more like 11:00 PM in Bangalore.

Never Miss Scuba Diving:

My brother also offered valuable advice, emphasizing the importance of not missing out on scuba diving when visiting Andaman. He made it clear that scuba diving doesn’t require strong swimming skills and that it’s a remarkable experience. Unfortunately, this activity is often not included in package trips, so you’ll need to book it separately.

Furthermore, he recommended against booking scuba diving online or through any agent, as online rates were approximately Rs. 4,500 per person. Instead, he advised us to rent a bike on Havelock Island and explore the local shops that directly provide scuba diving services, rather than going through agents, hotels, or drivers. This approach proved to be more cost-effective for us, as we were able to book the experience for just Rs. 2,400 per person, which even included photographs and videos.

How to travel between Andaman Islands?

During your trip planning, it’s essential to research the types of ferries available, their rates, and timings. Departing earlier in the day is often a better choice. You’ll need to travel between the following destinations:

  • Port Blair to Havelock Island (Swaraj Dweep)
  • Havelock to Neil Island (Shaheed Dweep)
  • Neil Island to Port Blair

There are both private and government ferries operating for these routes. For government ferries, it’s important to note that offline booking is required, and the booking counters usually open only a few days (4-5 days) before the departure date. Priority is given to Andaman locals, and the cost ranges around Rs. 500 per person. To avoid the risk of not getting tickets and potentially canceling hotel bookings, we opted to book private ferries.

For private ferries, you can check rates, timings, availability, and book tickets on their respective websites. At the time of our planning, the rates were around Rs. 1,500 per person each way, which was three times the cost of government ferries. We made this choice as we had limited options and preferred the convenience.

When booking, be sure to check the seat availability on all the routes for your date of travel and book accordingly. You may also consider booking different ferries for different routes to experience various ambiences. It’s worth noting that some ferries do not allow passengers to go out on the deck and keep you enclosed inside the air-conditioned chamber. For our trip, we booked Makruzz, and I’ll provide a detailed account of the onboard experience in the experience section of this account.

Coming back to the Planning:

Based on the arrival at Port Blair, here’s a rough itinerary:

**Day 1**
– Home to Airport – Utilizing an On-call Cab, Ola, Uber, or a Pickup by a Friend
– Arrival at Port Blair – Travel by Air
– Half-Day Sightseeing
– Overnight Stay in Port Blair

**Day 2 & 3**
– Port Blair to Havelock – Travel by Ferry
– Sightseeing and Activities on Havelock Island
– Overnight Stay on Havelock Island
– Further Sightseeing and Activities on Havelock Island
– Overnight Stay on Havelock Island

**Day 4**
– Havelock to Neil Island – Travel by Ferry
– Sightseeing and Activities on Neil Island
– Overnight Stay on Neil Island

**Day 5**
– Continue Sightseeing on Neil Island
– Neil to Port Blair – Travel by Ferry
– Explore Port Blair
– Overnight Stay in Port Blair

**Day 6**
– Baratang – Day Trip – Travel by Cab/Road as part of a Package Trip
– Explore Baratang
– Overnight Stay in Port Blair

**Day 7**
– Sightseeing in Port Blair
– Depart from Port Blair to Your Hometown – Travel by Air
– Airport to Home – Using an On-call Cab, Ola, Uber, or a Pickup by a Friend.

Planning Baratang:

Regarding the Baratang Trip on Day 6, we initially conducted an online search and found that the rates were approximately Rs. 2,500 to Rs. 3,000 per person. The trip’s timing required a departure from Port Blair at 4:00 AM and a return around 4:30 to 5:00 PM. The journey involved a 2-kilometer trek, which, while rated as easy in terms of difficulty, could be quite exhausting due to the humid climate.

Given this information, we decided not to book the Baratang trip online. Instead, we planned to explore other options on the previous day when we arrived from Neil Island. We considered using a Tempo traveler (12-seater), two 6-seater SUVs, or three small 4-seater cars. Additionally, private and government bus facilities were available for exploration. If we encountered any difficulties on the day of the trip, we were prepared to forgo the Baratang idea and use the time to explore more of Port Blair, which had many other places of interest that we hadn’t included in our initial plan.

It’s important to note that the journey to Baratang itself is an extraordinary experience, as it involves passing through a diverse landscape, such as the forest, interactions with the Jarva tribals, ferries carrying vehicles, high-speed motorboats, mangrove exploration, trekking, and finally reaching the caves. I will provide more details on this unique journey in the experience section of the account.

Okey, all set now, the overview plan is ready. What’s left now? Major part is the stay and food plan.

Planning your stay:

When planning your trip, it’s essential to research hotels, rooms, hostels, and homestays using Google Search to gain an understanding of their costs based on your specific hotel preferences. The choice of your accommodations significantly impacts your travel budget and can vary from budget-friendly to economy or luxury options.

Here are some key considerations to keep in mind while researching hotels:

  • The number of people traveling and the number of rooms required
  • Bed preferences, such as king or queen beds, and the need for extra beds
  • Inclusion of breakfast in the accommodation package
  • Your hotel type preferences, which can range from budget and economy to luxury, homestays, or resorts
  • The location of the hotel is a crucial factor. You can use Google Maps to gain an overview of its proximity to various key locations, including the Ferry Jetty boarding place, the airport, planned sightseeing spots, your next day’s itinerary, the city center (such as Aberdeen Market in Port Blair), bus stands, and dining options. It’s particularly important to assess the location of your hotel in Port Blair, while in Havelock and Neil Islands, location may be less of a concern, as these islands are relatively small with maximum distances of 18 kilometers and 5 kilometers, respectively.

Our Stay Plan:

In our WhatsApp group discussions, we decided on an average budget of Rs. 4,000 per night per family for our accommodations. This budget will help you determine how much you can allocate for your stay per day, taking into account your hotel preferences, reviews, and overall budget. We also made a strategic decision not to invest heavily in accommodations during our brief stops in Port Blair, reserving the bulk of our budget for better hotels in Havelock and Neil Island, where we anticipated spending more leisure time.

During our research, we discovered that hotels in Havelock were, on average, slightly pricier than those in Port Blair, and even more so in Neil Island. Room rates at the time varied widely, ranging from Rs. 1,000 to Rs. 25,000 per night for two people. Based on our findings, we made the choice to book rooms within the price range of Rs. 2,500 to Rs. 7,000 per night per family. It’s worth noting that we came across some excellent deals, such as finding the same room in the same hotel for Rs. 6,000 per day available for Rs. 3,500 per day on a different booking platform.

By this point in your planning, you should have a rough idea of the room rates and availability for your preferred dates at all three of your stay locations: Port Blair, Havelock, and Neil Island.

What Next?

Before embarking on your trip, there are several key aspects you need to explore and plan for:

  1. Transportation within Port Blair, Havelock, and Neil Islands: Research your options for moving around these locations, such as hiring local taxis, auto-rickshaws, renting scooters, or bicycles. Determine which mode of transportation suits your needs and budget.

  2. Dining Options: Plan where to have breakfast, lunch, and dinner during your trip, and establish a budget for each meal. You’ll find a range of dining options, including vegetarian and non-vegetarian choices. And since the Andaman Islands are known for their fresh seafood, fish lovers will be in heaven. Explore bars and restaurants and don’t miss out on famous eateries and specialty dishes specific to each place.

  3. Activities and Must-Do Experiences: Discover the activities available at each location and identify the must-do and never-miss experiences. Additionally, determine the costs associated with these activities. Some activities may include water sports, snorkeling, scuba diving, trekking, island hopping, and more.

  4. Booking Essentials: Finalize and select the air carrier for your flights, accommodations (hotels or homestays), local transportation options, and ferry services. Once you’ve made your selections, proceed with the actual booking process. Make sure to check baggage weight allowances for both cabin and check-in luggage while booking your flights.

  5. Shopping Before the Trip: Consider any shopping you may need to do before your trip, such as purchasing travel essentials, clothing suitable for the climate, or any specific items you require for your planned activities.

By addressing these key points, you’ll be well-prepared for your trip to the Andaman and Nicobar Islands, ensuring a smooth and enjoyable experience.

Okey, Lets research one by one.

Moving around in Port Blair:

To be continued…