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  • While travelling to Andaman, do remember to carry a valid id proof; Indians (pan card, driving licence or electoral card), foreign nationals (rap & passport) in order to make your travel hassle free. It is not advisable to leave them at the hotel or resort.
  • Foreign Nationals should obtain the required permit from the immigration authorities soon on landing at Port Blair.
  • Foreign nationals must keep their restricted area permit with them at all times. Whenever visitors are visiting Havelock or other islands like Neil, on arrival, the jetty police officers will check the foreign visitors’ restricted area permits and only then allow them to embark from the ferry and enter the islands.
  • Tourist information centres in the islands are actually very helpful. Contact them for any travel assistance required.
  • Do not enter into restricted/tribal areas. Taking video, film or photographs of any indigenous tribes on these islands is a crime and is punishable by law.
  • Visit only the permitted areas in the Islands. Do not enter the National parks without permission.
  • Treat National Parks as they are sanctorum of our precious natural heritage.
  • Obtain permits from the Chief Wildlife Warden for  photography /videography investigation inside a sanctuary or a Marine National Park.
  • Make use of services of authorised Tourist Guides.
  • Avail the service of Scuba Dive Instructors having certification of international professional organisation like PADI, CMAS, NAUI, BSAC, or SSI. This is highly recommended for your safety.
  • Do not venture into diving with unqualified/unregistered dive operator for the same may be dangerous. Remember cheap are good but not always..!!
  • Keep the beaches and the environment clean.
  • Observe decency and decorum in dress.
  • On beach, parents are requested to keep an eye on their kids at all times.
  • Learn more about reefs, other marine life and tropical forests. Researching the islands before you land here will make your visit more enjoyable
  • Do not remove or take any corals, sea stars or seashells unless specific permits are obtained from the Fisheries department.
  • Do not collect dead coral or touch/break live coral.
  • Do not swim in unsafe waters during monsoon. Do not swim after consuming liquor.
  • Consult lifeguards before entering the sea.
  • Swim in safe areas only.
  • Do not stay on the beaches or the forest areas during nights by putting up own tents/hammocks.
  • Do not take video or film without permit, wherever such permits are required.
  • Do not light bonfires in the forest or beach areas.
  • Keep the beaches and environment clean. Avoid plastic as far as possible.
  • Do not throw garbage and plastics in public places, beaches and into the sea. Dispose off the garbage and plastics at proper places/dustbins.
  • Do not collect, destroy or remove any living or dead animal/plant. Do not hunt birds/animals.
  • Please drink sufficient water to avoid dehydration.
  • While driving, follow traffic rules and keep left. Carry legal documents like driving license, permit, passport etc.
  • Do wear a helmet while riding a 2 wheeler motor vehicle. If anybody is caught driving a motorbike without a helmet, he/she will be penalized/fined.
  • Use the dustbins and garbage receptacles for disposing all garbage and rubbish. Do not throw them in parks, on beaches, into the sea or public places. Please help keep the Andaman Islands litter free. We set a true example to “Swatch Bharat Abhiyan”
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