Package Name:
Chidyatapu Island Excursion- Munda Pahad Beach Sunset Point
Country
INDIA
State
Andaman And Nicobar Island
City
ANDAMAN AND NICOBAR ISLAND
Experience Type:
Adventure
Ammenities:
Chidyatapu Island, is 28 Kms from Port Blair and is the last and southernmost tip of South Andamans which is a must visit during the evenings to spend a great evening passing from the tropical dense forests and hilly terrain, ups and downs and swirls around, the road leading to Munda Pahad Beach, which is famous for its panaromic and mesamerising sunset view, best catching scenerio for bird watchers and nature enthusiasts. The vehicle provided here in this trip is an A/C SUV preferbely Xylo and price remains same for 01-07 pax. totally. This trip is also followed by a slight cliff trek near the beach here, for those who arrive here before 16:00 Hrs., whereas this spot is open daily from 09:00 Hrs. to 15:30 Hrs. Near to it, there is Mahatma Gandhi Biological Park, which can be approached at free time after this excursion by a small entry fee.
Publish date:
Tuesday 29th of August 2017

Name:
Ashish Agarwal
Contact Det.
9531809535
Company Name
Andaman Fort Holidays Tours & Travels
Conpany Url
http://www.fortholidays.in
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Discount:
1400
(₹)1600
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India, formally the Republic of India, is a nation in South Asia. It is the seventh-biggest nation by territory, the second-most crowded nation, and the most crowded majority rules system on the planet extending from high piles of the Himalayas to the tropical greenery of Kerala, and from the sacrosanct Ganges to the sands of Thar desert. Its in excess of one billion ...

General Information About ANDAMAN AND NICOBAR ISLAND

Andaman & Nicobar Islands is a group of over 572 Islands, islets and rocks (36 of which are inhabited) in the Bay of Bengal, South-East of the Indian mainland.  The Group of islands covering a total area of 8,073 sq kilometres, the Andaman and Nicobar Islands are a union territory of the Republic of India. Initially inhabited by multiple groups of indigenou...