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Aug 06

HOT deal! Cheap flights to Andaman Islands from Europe for €560!! *UPDATE*

Hot deal during hot summer! Super cheap flights to exotic Andaman Islands are available to book via Expedia, air tickets starting at amazing €560 (GBP484) and I could go all the way through the booking till payment, screenshot is added below the post. These are open-jaw air tickets meaning you will depart to or from different airport than the original one.

 

 

 

*UPDATE* – This amazing deal is still available now for even slightly cheaper rate ( €556 via Expedia.de) in addition you may also return to Frankfurt! (apart of Munich)

Major part of exotic Andaman Islands officialy belongs to India while minor part to Myanmar and its true paradise on Earth thanks to massive tourism has not discovered them yet. Have the opportunity to book cheap flights to Andaman Islands and experience its bone-white beaches and the unspoilt coral reefs fore some good snorkelling and diving!

In this case the  cheap flights are possible to book on route Prague – Port Blair (IXZ) – Munich in travel period from September 2013 till May 2014 (blackout through the Christmas) that means through the whole tourist season and you can currently pick up almost any date to travel, just choose proper connection as some of the travel dates have longer stop-over than others.

Flights are operated by Czech Airlines/Jet Airways (3-star ranked airline by SKYTRAX) and Etihad Airways. As mentioned there is longer stop-over at both ways that is great opportunity to visit Indian cities during your stay (for example you may get from New Delhi´s airport to Main Bazaar street considered as tourist centre for approx 300-350 INR(5-6$), if you would be looking for accomodation its also matter of few bucks.

Flights is possible to book via Expedia.co.uk , Expedia.de etc..

Travel date samples:

11.9. – 6.10.

30.10. – 20.11.

15.1. – 2.2.

5.2. – 26.2.

 

 Have you booked cheap flights to Andaman Islands?

..then please see some highlights of this surely beautiful islands also called “Emerald Islands”.

The Andaman and Nicobar Islands, home to a number of aboriginal tribes, lie in the Bay of Bengal, approximately 1,220 km south east of the coast of West Bengal and 1,190 km east of Madras. The main islands in the Andamans are Land Fall Island, Middle Andaman, South Andaman, Port Blair and Little Andaman. Nicobar, lying to the south, comprises of Car Nicobar, Great Nicobar, Chowra, Teresa, Nancowrie, Katchal and Little Nicobar. The two groups of islands, Andaman and Nicobar, are separated by a deep ten degree channel. 12 of the islands, particularly Car Nicobar in the north, are inhabited, while Great Nicobar, the largest and southernmost island in the group, is virtually unpopulated. The capital of this Union Territory is Port Blair, on the Andaman Islands.

Isolated from the mainland of India, the place is a group of floating emerald islands and rocks. Andaman & Nicobar Islands are famous for housing exotic sea beaches bordered by coconut-palm trees and the transparent blue water, which is home to underwater corals and other marine life. The unpolluted air along with the mangrove-lined creeks and the rarest species of plant and animal life will make you fall in love with nature.

The group of 572 islands of Andaman and Nicobar can be regarded as a naturalist’s heaven for its clean environment and crystal clear water bodies. The different hilly areas covered by lush green rain forests and sun kissed sea beaches are some of the major tourist attractions of the place. These islands are even known for adventurous activities like scuba diving, trekking, snorkeling, camping and varied other water sports.

One of the great things about travel to Andaman Islands is the sheer isolation of the archipelago. The Andaman Islands in India are almost uncharted territory for tourists, which means a vacation here guarantees the visitor a truly authentic and privileged time. That said, there’s plenty of infrastructure and services available for incoming tourists, and while the tourism industry admittedly took a hit after the tsunami of 2004, travelers arriving at the Andaman Islands today will find plenty of top-notch hotels, dining options, and of course deep sea diving facilities.

The best time to visit Andaman and Nicobar islands is the period in between the months of December and April.