Andaman Nicobar Islands Tour Packages

Andaman & Nicobar, the Emerald Islands, consisting of two island group lies east of the mainland between the Bay of Bengal and the Andaman Sea. Its southernmost island is only 200 km (120 mi) from the northern tip of the Indonesian island of Sumatra.

Pygmalion Point also known as Parsons Point which has since been renamed as "Indira Point" is the southernmost tip of India and not "Kanyakumari" as is popularly known. The island of Katchall at the southern end was in the news in 1999 as the first rays of the sun of Jan.1, 2000 were believed to hit it.

The archipelago of 572 emerald islands, islets and rocks known as the Andaman and Nicobar Islands. The Andamans are separated from the Nicobars to the south by the Ten Degree Channel, which is 145 km (90mi) wide.

This Union Territory is spread over a distance nearly 800 Kms. from North to South with 38 inhabited islands. A hill range extending from Burma (Myanmar) to Indonesia, these undulating islands are covered with dense forests and an endless variety of exotic flora & fauna.

The untouched and pristine marine life, corals, crystal clear water, mangrove - forests and birds offer a dream view of the rare gifts of nature. The capital is Port Blair on Andaman Islands.

Cruises Packages In India

CruiseLines India explores the market for CruiseLines travel in India. It would have a detailed list of the CruiseLine Operators, their Ships, Facilities, Travel Packages, Schedules, Destinations, Port Details and much more to interest the travelers and operators around the world. 

Capture the spirit of adventure, fun and mysticism by visiting India on a Cruise Line.

The geographical position, beautiful coastline and the exotic beaches of India makes her a popular destination for Cruisers. It is no surprise that the early voyages by Vasco da Gama, the famous Portuguese sea-farer and explorer set sail from Lisbon and finally landed at Calicut, malabar coast 500 years back. 

Maldives Cruises

Louis Cruises will start its operations in India with luxury cruise liner, MV Aquamarine from its home port in Kochi (Cochin) from December 2, 2009. Louis Cruises will operate the cruise ship MV Aquamarine from Kochi from December, with a capacity of 1,200 passengers.

Louis Cruises have itineraries of 2 nights/3 days to Maldives and Sri Lanka and one night high sea sailing from Kochi. The present itineraries that have been announced include Kochi-Maldives-Kochi, Kochi-Colombo-Kochi and also a one-night high sea sailing itinerary.

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