If in Portblair start the day with Gurudwara (This is different from earlier one ), Chatham and then proceed for chidiya tapu .Enjoy the nature at its best ,relax and enjoy .In the evening proceed back for Portblair and watch the sunset at corbyn's cove .
Take the late night flight back to your place.
Points to remember :
1. Don't count much on your service provider for good phone network .On islands ,no phone network is successful except BSNL and Vodafone at some places.
2.Internet is a luxury at the islands like Havelock and the availability is limited to high end hotels
3.Light backup is also not available in many of the budget hotels.check twice while making bookings in Havelock.
4.Govt ferries are very reasonable as compared to private ferries ,but need to be booked in advance .
5. During peak seasons , getting a good hotel booking can be difficult , although other options like homestay are available.
6.Transportation in Portblair is very reasonable .Autos and buses are available in abundance.
7.taxis and autos are a bit costly in Havelock as compared to their Bus ,which starts at Jetty and terminates at Radhanagar beach , is available after every half an hour .
8. Day starts very early on the islands (Havelock,Neil) and by 5 ,everyone starts to wind up the day
9. Indian curries and bakery foods are really great in Portblair and worth a try
10. It is THE place to try all water sports that you had been thinking of .Don't miss it .Check with your hotel to get good deals on it.
11. You don't need to know swimming to try things like scuba. You just have to be physically fit .People with high BP ,heart problems, overweight are usually not advised for it by scuba diving trainers .
12. Don't try to run from one island to another .Shortlist a few that you want to see as per your itinerary and then stick to the plan.
13. Andaman is a cluster of islands and whatever you do most of it cannot be covered in one trip .
14. Andaman is so beautiful that you will keep going back for trip 2,3,4 ....
15 .Sit on a beach and enjoy the thought that you are somewhere in the middle of waters .....