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Baratang Island Day Tour

Private Car + Boat Ticket + Permissions Included

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Price Starts at ₹ 7425

About the Activity

Baratang Island is a hidden gem of Andaman, floating between the South and the Middle Andaman. One can take up tours of limestone caves, mud volcano and famous parrot island here, The island is blessed with dense mangrove forests, diversified fauna and local tribes. A paradise for nature and photography enthusiasts, it is one of the best and unique places to visit in Andaman. If you wish to add some adventure to your relaxing trip to Andamans, then visiting the Baratang Island is the right day-trip destination from Port Blair.is just the right choice for you!

Please Note:

Offering food items to tribal people is strictly prohibited, as it is fatal to their health. Interacting or taking pictures of the tribes is strictly prohibited and punishable by law.

Reasons to Book This Activity

  • Experience the geological wonder that are limestone caves.
  • Visit the Mud volcanoes, rare in the world, find home in Andaman.
  • Ponder on human society as you drive through the Jarawa reserve forest.
  • Closely see and understand the Mangrove Forests’ Ecosystem.

Full Schedule

Hotel Pickup
Hotel Pickup at 04:30 am. Hop on the designated car and start your day trip.
Reach Jirkatang Check Post
After a one hour drive, by around 06:00 am, reach Jirkatang Check Post for you Breakfast and Hot Beverages.
Head to Middle Strait Jetty
Drive through a breathtaking Dense Tropical Forest towards Middle Strait Jetty.
Boat Ride to Baratang
By 08:30 am, take a boat ride to the Baratang Jetty.
Explore Limestone Caves
Hop on to your designated speed boat and then trek to reach the lime stone caves.
See the Mud Volcano
Have lunch, take a jeep and then take a short walk to reach the Mud Volcano.
Dropoff to the Hotel
Drop off Back to your Hotel by around 04:00 pm.


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Basic Information

  • It’s quite a walk so wear shoes, carry enough water, some snacks and sunscreen.
  • You might want to have a waterproof bag to keep important documents and electronics.
  • Carry cap, sunglasses, hat, or umbrella to beat the heat.
  • Wear loose and comfortable cotton clothing.

What is Included?

  • Air-Conditioned Car Included (point to point only)
  • All the Entry Fees
  • Boat Tickets
  • All Permits

What is Excluded?

  • Tour Guides
  • Snacks/Meals are not included
  • No Car Diversions allowed
  • Extra charges are applicable if large diversions are made.

Important Information

  • Any kind of interaction with Jarawa including taking their pictures is illegal. If ignored, the same can lead to imprisonment.
  • Be mindful, respectful and considerate towards the tribes.
  • It is compulsory to carry Id cards/Passports while visiting the Reserve area.
  • The tour involves a long road journey, the convoy through the Jarawa reserve lasts for about 45 minutes to an hour, during which the car is not allowed to stop and windows are to be kept shut.
  • This tour is available on all days.
  • Anybody under the age of 18 needs to be accompanied by an adult.

Cancellations, Refunds and Rescheduling

Free cancellation is available for upto 24 hours before starting time of the trip. You’ll receive a full refund.

Unfortunately, trips may not be cancelled within 24 hours since entry tickets are acquired. No refund will be offered.

Rescheduling of the trip is not possible upto 24 hours before the trip.


  • Can I visit Baratang by bike or moped?

    No, it’s not allowed to enter the forest road going to Baratang as per the order of the Andaman Administration. This is done to ensure passenger safety through the tribal areas nearby. Only fully covered cabs and buses are allowed to go past the forest check-post, so it’s not possible to visit there via a two-wheeler.

  • How do we interact with the tribals?

    The tribal groups mostly keep to themselves, not interacting much with the mainstream populations. Some portions of the Nicobarese live in the urban area and are employed in a variety of government sectors. However, tourists are not allowed to interact with them. In order to interact with tribes who are not assimilated into mainstream society for research purposes, a Tribal Permit needs to be acquired from the Tribal Council.


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