Book a Flight with Jet Airways to Visit the Peaceful City of Port Blair

Jet AirwaysPort Blair is the largest city and capital of the islands of Andaman and Nicobar, an Indian Union Territory. Located on the east coast of South Andaman Island, this city is a prominent base of the Indian Coast Guard and the Indian Navy, and Indian Air Force. The place has received its name from Archibald Blair, a lieutenant who established a colony here in 1789. It is famous for the historic Cellular Jail, several museums and other small islands, which were once home to the British colonists. Well-known for its clean and undisturbed beauty, this place is undoubtedly one of the most exotic islands in the country. This destination is frequented by thousands of domestic and foreign tourists every year to experience its wonderful marine life. Tourists can fly to this destination with Jet Airways or alternatively can choose to take the sea route from the mainland of India.

The city, besides its pristine beaches, offers many attractions for tourists, such as Water Sports Complex, Chatham Saw Mill, Samudrika Museum and Forest Museum. To avail special discounts, plan your tour to Port Blair in advance by making a Jet Airways booking. You can choose to book this flight either directly with the airlines or can opt to book it with a reputed travel website.

Gandhi Park

Located at the heart of Port Blair, the Gandhi Park is one of the most-visited tourist spots in the city. The park has various delights for its guests including a garden, amusement park, water sports, lakes, deer and bird park, and historical monuments. Tourists who have planned a family trip can take their kids to the children park that has all kinds of sports equipment.

The park also has great historical importance as it is home to a Japanese temple and a bunker, both dated to the Second World War. So, if you are planning a holiday to this city make sure to visit this park. Getting a ticket for this destination is not a problem as there are many Jet Airways domestic flights that fly here frequently.

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