About the trip
One among the most loved trip at Havelock island. Elephant beach trip and later return back to Port Blair in the evening cruise.
This is possibly the most preferred trip during the last day at Havelock. Usually, the check out from hotels in Havelock is early. So people prefer to
experience attractions during the day and return back to Port Blair in the evening.
Elephant Beach is approximately 20 minutes by boat from the Havelock Island dock. This destination offers beautiful white sand beach along with an amazing coral reef which starts at a depth less than a metre. Wondering, how is this possible? Well, this happens only at the Andaman Islands and would not be found in many destinations across the globe. The white sand beach and the blue green water at the Elephant beach is enticing for almost every traveller. The boat ride to Elephant beach passing through the lighthouse is another good viewpoint.
Trip Details -
Guests will be picked-up from their hotel/accommodation by 9:00 AM(Depends on how far you are staying) and will be transferred to the Havelock Dock. Your journey begins Havelock Dock where you board a boat for your trip. Travellers should wear safety jackets provided during your sea journey. The boat will make its way through the sea to reach the Elephant Beach. On your way, you will see the Havelock Island Lighthouse, and if lucky you may even see the landing of a Sea Plane. Upon reaching the destination, you change to start your water activities. A guided snorkelling trip is conducted after you reach Elephant Beach. Changing rooms are available at this destination. You spend some time on the beach and later return back. We are usually back by 1:30 PM. Later board a cruise to Port Blair at 4:00 PM.
Upon reaching Port Blair, our team will attend you and will drop you to your hotel in Port Blair.
Trip includes all transfers and cruise to Port Blair.
Note : At Elephant beach NO Snorkeling is currently allowed because of Government Regulations. Only Boat Ride and Sightseeing to Elephant beach will be conducted.