IRCTC’s latest offering is 5D/4N tour package to the Andamans

Indian Railways Catering and Tourism Corporation (IRCTC) wants you to travel to the Andaman Islands in 2019. Its latest offering is a tour package of 5 D/4 N to the Andamans that will cover places like Port Blair-North Bay Island (Coral Island), Havelock Island, Port Blair, and Ross Island. This tour will be held every day until May 30, 2019. One can have the option to choose between comfort and standard package. So yes, you can now travel to the Andamans with the assurance of a name like IRCTC to make it a hassle-free trip.

As per the details, this Andaman Islands’ package tour by IRCTC will include accommodation for three nights at Port Blair, all sightseeing transfers, i.e., pick-up and drop by tourist vehicle, daily breakfast, all entry tickets/ permits, forest area permits wherever is necessary, and luxury cruise tickets. Passengers will also be served packaged breakfast if there are early departures; they will also be provided with assistance at all departure and arrival points.

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As per the information on the IRCTC website, the tour package will, however, not include items of personal use, such as laundry, mineral water, telephone calls, extra usage of the vehicle for additional sightseeing, any cost other than those mentioned in the itinerary, or any cost incurred due to natural calamities, such as heavy rains or cyclones.

Also, as per the tour package, visitors will be taken to several points of interest, such as the Corbyn’s Cove Beach, Anthropological Museum, Naval Museum, Cellular Jail, Kala Pathar Beach, and Radhanagar Beach. During the tour, visitors will also get to experience snorkeling, ferry ride, view coral reef, etc. Those interested in this journey can book their tickets through the IRCTC website.

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