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Port Blair 

Port Blair is a must visit for any person as this place has many stories to tell people who love their countries dearly. Freedom fighters of India, were prisoned here. This place for its jail was also known as Kala Paani. Death water. one who comes here, never returns. Rightfully it is so 1300 kms away from the main land, in between the ocean, swimming is not the option. Spend time seeing the architecture and the way prisoners were treated.

In Port Blair you can see Cellular Jail , anthropology museum , Samudrika Naval Marine , Chatham Saw Mill & Corbyn’s Cove Beach.

Cellular Jail – The National Memorial

The Cellular Jail is now a National Memorial situated Port Blair, in the Andaman and Nicobar Islands (India). Cellular Jail is also know as Kala pani because ocean water (pani) here is very deep and black (Kala) in color.

Cellular Jail is located around 2.5 km from Port Blair STS Bus terminus / Aberdeen Bazaar and is connected by road.

The Cellular jail stands as a mute Spectator to the inhuman sufferings of the patriots, freedom fighters who were imprisoned in the cells of this Jail. They even had to sacrifice their precious lives as victims of tyranny and brutalities of the British and Japanese Government. The colossal building imparts fear to the spectators and a feeling of great respect.

Corbyn’s Cove Beach

Corbyn’s Cove beach- the coconut-palm fringed beach, six kilometers away from Port Blair town is ideal for swimming and sun-basking. Facilities like hotel, restaurant, bar, changing room, adventure water-sports are available here. Historical remains like Japanese Bunkers can be seen on the way to this beach. The Snake Island situated just across the beach is popular for scuba diving. The Waves Restaurant & Beer Bar run by Tourism department provides delightful cuisine at reasonable rates in a soothing ambience. 

Mount Harriet

Mount Harriet, 55 Kms by road/ 15 Kms by ferry and trek from Port Blair was the summer headquarters of the Chief Commissioner during British Raj. This place is ideal for fascinating overview of the nearby islands and the sea. It is the highest peak in the South Andaman’s (365 mts. high). At Mount Harriet, there is a Forest Guest House where tourists can take rest and refresh themselves.   

Shaheed Dweep / Neil Island

This beautiful island with lush green forest and sandy beaches is the vegetable bowl of Andaman’s. Connected by boat from Port Blair four days a week, it provides an ideal holiday for Eco-friendly tourists. Hawabill Nest guest house of Directorate of Tourism is situated here. One can feel the sincerity and serenity of village life here. Beautiful beaches at Laxmanpur, Bharatpur, Sitapur and the Natural bridge formation on the sea shore (Howrah Bridge) are the attractions. 

Swaraj Dweep / Havelock Island(Radha Nagar Beach)

Swaraj Dweep is a picturesque natural paradise with beautiful white sandy beaches, rich coral reefs and lush green forest. It is one of the populated islands in the Andaman group with an area of 113 sq. km. and is located 39 km of north-east of Port Blair.

This island, with beautiful sandy beaches fringed with green canopy of the rain-fed forests beckons everyone to enjoy the frolic and fun at the azure sea.

Jolly Bouy

An island in Mahatma Gandhi Marine National Park, it offers a breath taking underwater view of coral and marine life. It is an ideal place for snorkeling , sea bathing and basking on the sun kissed beach. To reach Jolly buoy island people have to come to Wandoor.This is located in Mahatma Gandhi National Park. Wandoor beach is 32 Kms from Port Blair by road. 

Netaji Subhash Chandra Bose Island / Ross Island   

Ross Island was the first administrative island in the British rule of the islands. The island now in the ruins depicts the brilliant architecture that evolved in the time of the British rule. A walk through the island will enlighten you about the living conditions of the British in the time of the Indian freedom struggle. A visit to the museum at Ross Island will showcase the stages of development in the Island.


Ross & Smith Islands are actually two islands – Ross & Smith joined together by a sand bar to make a single group of islands. Ross & Smith Islands requires forest permit from the Forest Office at Diglipur. The permission costs Rs 200 + Boat Charge  for Indian tourists and Rs 2500 + Boat Charge for foreign tourists and can be obtained on all days (except Sunday) between 6am to 2pm. A fisherman’s boat (‘dinghi’ in Hindi) or a speed boat can be hired and the ride would take around 25 mins from the Ariel Bay Jetty in Diglipur.these islands truly beautiful and sets them apart from the rest of the islands is that these two islands are joined by a natural, sand bar. Water is crystal clear and gem green in color. Sun bathing in Ross & Smith Islands is a wonderful experience. During high tide, the sand bar disappears leaving a trail of water between the two islands and during low tide the sand bar appears again making the islands look majestic! 


The iconic light house of North bay appears on every 20 rupees Indian currency note . It is also called as Coral Island which showcases a wide range of coral life and fish life. Snorkeling and a glass bottom ride is advised to view the beautiful fish life and coral life. One can choose to either scuba dive or sea walk at North Bay Island.

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