Port Blair is an inviting holiday destination round the year. What catches the fancy of tourists are crystal blue waters of the Andaman Sea and Bay of Bengal, rain forests and clean tropical air. Founded by Lieutenant Archibald Blair of East India Company, it is now used as a base by the Indian Navy. White sandy beaches surrounding the island city are an ode to the place becoming increasingly popular with domestic and foreign travellers. Havelock, two hours by boat is a wooded island, with the popular Radhanagar beach lined with mangroves of enticing beauty. An ideal destination for nature lovers, adventure aficionados indulging in scuba diving and snorkeling will enjoy under-water marine life and rare varieties of corals.
The Andamans (known as Kala Pani) was a penal colony in British colonial times. A plenty of history is waiting here for discovery by tourists. The Cellular Jail's light and sound show is thrillingly educative. Tales of long suffering political prisoners bring alive a painful chapter of India's freedom movement. Explore Ross Island, once the seat of British power to see the ruins of churches and official mansion. Red cheeked bulbuls and spotted deer will be seen wandering around. Limestone caves and mud volcanoes are to be found at Baratang Island. Red Skin Island and Jol
Date & Price
Standard : Rs. 7700
Twin Sharing : Rs. 0
Adult : Rs. 2100
Child : Rs. 1500
In an exclusive location of Port Blair, facing the Andaman Sea, Sinclairs Bayview combines an unmatched tranquil and relaxing destination. Here besides birdsongs and gushes of waves it's all calm. Built close to the sea front and offering immediate access to the pebbled bay, Sinclairs allows guests to enjoy the sun, cool breeze and captivating sunset over the Bay of Bengal. Refreshingly environment friendly and functionally decorated, the Hotel is a quiet getaway for those who want to unwind and also explore some other islands of the archipelago.