Peerless Sarovar Portico

Address: Corbyn's Cove, Port Blair, Andaman and Nicobar Islands, 744101, India | 2 star resort
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This 2 star resort, located on Corbyn's Cove, Port Blair, is near Cellular Jail and Bandhavgarh National Park.
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        • Free parking


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        TravelPod Member ReviewsPeerless Sarovar Portico Port Blair

        Reviewed by shareddi

        Peerless Sarovar is a fab place to stay in Port Blair!

        Reviewed May 29, 2013
        by (4 reviews) , United States Flag of United States

        Our Hotel was the Peerless Resort at Port Blair and a delightful place to have as our getaway to some of the other Andaman Islands, We enjoyed every minute of our stay in Peerless

        This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of

        TripAdvisor Reviews Peerless Sarovar Portico Port Blair

        4.00 of 5 stars Excellent

        Travel Blogs from Port Blair

        Port Blair

        A travel blog entry by lbc on Apr 23, 2015

        ... explained why these people originate from different parts of the word or how Negroid homo sapien spiens, originally from Africa, ended up in South East Asia. It would also be interesting to know why they have continued to live separately, when they are so close to each other.

        Our last museum stop was to the Naval Museum in Port Blair, which was worth every rupee. This museum housed five different rooms and seemed to combine the best parts of the previous museums and made a ...

        That Andaman Islands

        A travel blog entry by steverino on Dec 11, 2014

        12 photos

        ... associated with getting from Kazaranga National Park to Havelock Island in two days. Karen's plan involved an early morning departure by private car to Guwahati Railway station (4-5 hours) overnight train to Kolkata (17 hours), transfer by taxi from the railway station to the airport (?), two-and-a-half hour flight to Port Blair, taxi transfer from the airport to the ferry dock, and two plus hour ride to Havelock on the last ferry of the day.

        After our New Jaipalgur ...

        Day ThirtyOne - Neil Island

        A travel blog entry by lets.get.lost on Mar 19, 2014

        6 photos

        ... of the water, turquoise! And it was great fun seeing the flying fish skim across the water. In no time at all we arrived in Neil Island. The island was small so it was easy enough to find some accommodation. We decided on a £3 grass hut (on stilts) to accommodate us for the night. I wasn't too happy at the start, it was a mattress on the floor with a mosquito net above, not luxury, but looking back I'm so glad we did it. That evening we went down ...

        A few disappointments

        A travel blog entry by twovines on Dec 28, 2013

        2 photos

        Our day starts off on a bit of a downer. The dive centre had promised us a dive at Chiriya Tapu - more adventurous diving on a different part of the island, and reputedly amongst the best to be had here. Our appetites had been wetted by the thought of the promised wreck and our dive bag is packed in anticipation. Now we are told the boat is full and we can go back on the nursery reefs locally instead. To be honest we're not that keen as we may as well save ...

        Andamans - The Blue Lagoon

        A travel blog entry by sumitmallik on Aug 09, 2013

        2 comments, 33 photos

        ... br> 16. Butterfly Fish

        17. Parrot Fish

        18. Lion Fish

        19. Sea Anemone

        20. Clown Fish

        21. Blue Starfish

        22. Sea Horse

        23. Needle Fish

        24. Lizard Fish

        25. Trigger Fish

        26. Damsel Fish

        27. Island Wrasse

        (Note: We had seen many more types of fishes...but I have been able to identify only a few of them)