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Wow for the feel .
Right on one of the best beaches of world ... Radha beach. No tv no phones no mobiles .. no room service ... that adds to the charm. Wonderful hospitality..good food and the isolation ...really wow .
Good for family...More
I'd read great reviews of Barefoot so had been planning to go there for a while. My friends and I finally managed a trip for three days - and I'm only sorry I didn't get to spend more time there!
It's easily one of the...More
We stayed in the family tent. It was well furnished and air-conditioned. The beach was a five minute walk (through beautiful rainforest). The food was very good (but when it was busy the restaurant was understaffed and service was slow). The beach was beautiful and...More
Located in the beach n7 (best beach in Havelock) it has all the amenities for a great stay. Very good food and service but pricey if you are looking for just a place to stay. Had lunch a couple of times in the outside restaurant...More
Excellent resort for a quiet & peaceful getaway. Good food .Very helpful staff who are also very knowledgeable about the island so that one does not miss out on any good sightseeing either along the beach or inland.
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US$162 - US$278 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
#1 Top resorts Hotel in Havelock Island
#1 Spa Hotel in Havelock Island
#1 On the Beach Hotel in Havelock Island
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Response from rkmaskara | Reviewed this property |
If you are looking for a Restaurant which is Pure Vegetarian, Barefoot doesn't has one. There are some Roadside eateries outside Radhanagar beach Entrance from Road, around 10-15 mins walk from Barefoot, but even they were... More
If you are looking for a Restaurant which is Pure Vegetarian, Barefoot doesn't has one. There are some Roadside eateries outside Radhanagar beach Entrance from Road, around 10-15 mins walk from Barefoot, but even they were not Pure Vegetarian. There was one Restaurant inside the Beach Entry Gate, If I remember well, that was serving Veg food. But be ready to have food at Restaurants serving non veg too. Restaurant at Barefoot was good in Ambience, Food and Service . Pricing was what is normally charged in a good Restaurant in any Metro of India.
Response from BarefootatHavelock | Property representative |
The standard issue visa has the wording you mention pre-printed on the visa sticker. This visa is OK to enter Andaman with, and you will be given the Restricted Area Permit (RAP) upon arrival at the airport (no... More
The standard issue visa has the wording you mention pre-printed on the visa sticker. This visa is OK to enter Andaman with, and you will be given the Restricted Area Permit (RAP) upon arrival at the airport (no cost, takes approx 10-15mins).
What it means is that the visa alone is not valid for the Andamans, but together with the RAP, it is. All foreigners with the Indian visa bearing the restriction you mention get this RAP on arrival without problems/exception.
In very few cases (we have mostly seen this in the past from the Indian consulate in Italy), the visa issuing offer ADDITIONALLY stamps (using an inked stamp pad) in blue a similar restriction (not valid for prohibited/restricted and cantonment areas) across or to the side of the pre-printed visa sticker. In this case - only if your visa has been re-stamped as not valid in restricted areas, i.e. if the wording you mention appears twice - the authorities at Port Blair have not issued an RAP int he past.
This is very rare and the last time we have seen it was in 2011-12.