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  • Cellular Jail

    Cellular Jail

    The Cellular Jail, also known as' Kala Pani' is an old colonizer captivity positioned in Port Blair, the capital of Andaman and Nicobar islands. Constructed by the Britishers during their social rule in India, the jail was used particularly to exile Indian political captures. It was used to house numerous notable freedom fighters similar as Batukeshwar Dutt, Yogendra Shukla and Vinayak Damodar Savarkar. The jail complex is now retained by the Government of India and it's recognised as the public honorary monument that showcases the life of captures during the British period. Cellular Jail stands as a prominent sightseer magnet in the Andaman and Nicobar islets where callers can learn about its history and also enjoy a light show held in memory of all the captures who were locked then. Moment, the Cellular Jail is a solemn memorial of all the struggles the Indian freedom fighters shouldered while fighting for independence, and is an integral part of India's history.

  • Netaji Subash Chandra Bose Dweep

    Netaji Subash Chandra Bose Dweep

    Ross Island was named after Marine Surveyor, Daniel Ross. In December 2018, Ross Island was renamed as Netaji Subhas Chandra Bose Islands as a Tribute to Subhas Chandra Bose. It belongs to the South Andaman Administrative District of Andaman & Nicobar Islands. It is located 3 Km east of Central Port Blair. During the Japanese Period from 1942 to 1945. Subhas Chandra Bosee took the Japanese's help to fight against the British during this period. Netaji also hosted the National Tricolor at top of the government house. Netaji Subhas Chandra Bose Island has thick forests. To any onlooker, it may give the impression that it has no "life" — in the sense that there is no human habitation. Spotted Deer and peacocks are mostly found.

  • Mount Harriet National Park

    Mount Harriet National Park

    In 1979, Mount Harriet National Park, which had previously been a reserve forest, became a national park. Port Blair, the union territory's capital and home to an airport, located 20 kilometres (12 mi) away from the park. Trekking through the park is popular since it goes by a lovely beach; on the way, visitors can witness endemic birds, animals, and butterflies flying around as well as elephants hauling lumber. [9] The Negrito people are a hunter-gatherer tribe that inhabits the tropical forest of the park.

  • Naval Marine Museum Samudrika

    Naval Marine Museum Samudrika

    The Samudrika museum exhibits a flawless fusion of the recent past and the modern world. Each of the five rooms in the museum, which has been painstakingly arranged into sections, highlights a different aspect of the Andaman Islands. As you walk into the museum, a large blue whale welcomes you in skeletal form, of course. Did you know that Lord Hanuman, or Handyman as they call him here, is supposedly the inspiration for the name Andaman? As significant to the Andamans as the marine life is, one must see the fifth chamber before leaving the museum. A display of fascinating snake and butterfly specimens may be found here, along with information about the tribal life of the islands.

  • Mahatma Gandhi Marine National Park

    Mahatma Gandhi Marine National Park

    A stunning coral reef and vibrant schools of fish of every size and shape may be found in the Mahatma Gandhi Marine National Park. The Mahatma Gandhi Marine National Park was established in 1983 with the goal of protecting the local sea turtle nesting colonies and coral reefs. The park is guarded by the Chief Wildlife Warden of the Andaman and Nicobar Islands Forest Department and is located near Wandoor, on the Andaman Islands, 29 kilometres from Port Blair.

  • Chidiyatapu Beach

    Chidiyatapu Beach

    Apart from being a birdwatching paradise, this place is also popular for its picnic spots, trekking trails and glorious sunset views. The biological park at Chidiya tapu, with its rich and diverse flora and fauna, is also a must-visit. One of the main attractions of Chidiya tapu is its Sunset Point.Chidiyatapu is one of the most popular tourist attractions to visit in Port Blair. This attraction is located in the southernmost tip of the South Andaman region. Known as the bird island, Chidiya Tapu is a picturesque little island in the Andamans, located around 25 kms from Port Blair. While birdwatching is the main allure of the location, there are some fun water activities here, like snorkelling, scuba diving, deep-sea walking, pearl hunting, and boating.

  • Corbyn Cove Beach

    Corbyn Cove Beach

    Six kilometres from Port Blair town, Corbyn's Cove Beach is a coconut-palm dotted beach that is perfect for swimming and sunbathing. Here, there are amenities including a hotel, restaurant, bar, bathroom, and adventure water sports. On the route to this beach, historical remnants like Japanese Bunkers can be viewed. Popular for scuba diving is Snake Island, which is located right across the shore. The Waves Restaurant & Beer Bar, which is run by the tourism department, offers delicious food at affordable prices in a relaxing setting.

  • North Bay Island

    North Bay Island

    North Bay Island is deservedly regarded as one of the Andamans' most well-liked tourist spots. North Bay, which is to the north of Port Blair, has long welcomed visitors to explore its abundant coral reefs, clean waters, and most recognisable lighthouse. It is so recognisable that it is depicted on the reverse of the old Rs. 20 bank note. Additionally, it provides a breathtaking perspective of the Port Blair skyline and the surrounding Ross Island. North Bay Beach is a hotspot for water sports in addition to being a destination for relaxation. You may enjoy the underwater marine life by participating in activities like glass boat excursions, sea walking, snorkelling, and scuba diving.

  • Viper Island

    Viper Island

    The British used the ancient Viper Island jail to house political prisoners and harbour criminals while it was located close to Port Blair. This island is incredibly beautiful and serene. This island's name was preserved from the name of the ship Lt. Archibald Blair rode to Andaman and Nicobar in 1789. Visitors are in droves visiting this stunning island because it offers a wonderful fusion of historically significant features and captivating natural majesty. Viper Island is therefore nothing less than an empyrean for both lovers of nature and historical bugs.

  • Zonal Anthropological Museum

    Zonal Anthropological Museum

    One of the most significant anthropological sites in the world is the Andaman and Nicobar Islands. In the years 1975–1976, the Anthropological Museum of Port Blair was established. Six native tribal groups live on the Andaman and Nicobar Islands: two Mongoloid tribes in Nicobar and four Negrito tribes in Andaman. The Jarawas, Sentinelese, Great Andamanese, and Onges are among the Negrito tribes. The Nicobarese and Shompens are two of the mongloid tribes. The majority of these tribes are hunters by nature and have no interaction with outsiders. Any tribal region on the Island requires special permission from the government in order for tourists to visit. These tribes even rank among the world's oldest tribes. The Museum offers visitors a chance to learn about the Paleolithic Islanders and is a historical treat.

  • Rajiv Gandhi Water Sport Complex

    Rajiv Gandhi Water Sport Complex

    The renowned water sports facility One of the well-liked tourist destinations in Andaman, which is mostly accessible for tourist attractions, is the Rajiv Gandhi Water Sports Complex. Due to its appealing historical qualities, both tourists and residents adore the location. This location was used as a memorial in 1859 for the famous historical conflicts between the British and Andamanese. The walking park and Cellular jail gate are located in an area that is 2 kilometres long. The jail is fairly close to the area next to Marina Park. It is the location of the bus terminal. The Rajiv Gandhi water sports complex is stunning because it is entirely a walking area.

  • Marina Park

    Marina Park

    The marina's waterfront location is its most attractive feature. So you can take pleasure in both the quiet view of the seaside with waves washing your feet and the park's attractions. In the park, there are numerous play structures for kids, including swings and slides. At the evening, when all of the street lights are illuminated on both sides, a stroll along the seaside walk lane in Marina Park is worthwhile. There will be numerous hawkers selling Jhalmoori, gool-gappa, etc. From here, one could see Ross Island. The Marina Park does not charge an entrance fee.

  • Forest museum

    Forest museum

    The Forest Museum, which is outside of Port Blair, is well-known for its extensive collection of items relating to forests and different kinds of trees. This well-known museum, which is run by the Andaman and Nicobar Islands' forest department, is a must-see attraction in Port Blair. The artefacts made of wood, gurjan, oak, satin wood, and paduak are among the main attractions on show in this museum. The rich and dense flora present on the islands is reflected in these on display artefacts. The results of the research operations carried out by the forest department are plainly visible in this museum. The museum also features a miniature zoo to give visitors something to look forward to.

  • Kalapani Museum

    Kalapani Museum

    Kalapani Museum in Garacharama, Port Blair is a top player in the category Museums in the Port Blair. This well-known establishment acts as a one-stop destination servicing customers both local and from other parts of Port Blair. Over the course of its journey, this business has established a firm foothold in it’s industry. The belief that customer satisfaction is as important as their products and services, have helped this establishment garner a vast base of customers, which continues to grow by the day.

  • Biological Park

    Biological Park

    In 2001, the Chidiya Tapu Biological Park (also known as Bird Island Biological Park) was established with the purpose of studying and conserving the endemic and threatened animal species that can be found in the Andaman and Nicobar islands. Since that time, the park has served as a biodiversity and conservation hotspot where visitors may get a peek of the diverse island flora. The atmosphere here is a clever recreation of the animals' actual home, a lush, deep forest. The park, which spans 40 hectares, is covered with a wide range of vegetation, from the imposing Mahuas to the delicate Padauks. A variety of birds could be seen flying around freely when one was strolling through the jungle.

  • Lime Stone Cave

    Lime Stone Cave

    The main tourist attractions in Baratang are the limestone cave formations at Nayadera and the vast mangrove-covered creeks. The island is well-known for its limestones, which form interesting formations and layers either above or below ground. A boat to the famous caves can be easily obtained from the Nilambur jetty. On the way, you can admire the scenic coastline covered in mangrove forests and even pass through mangrove-covered canals, which adds to the excitement of the ride. To see this natural beauty, walk down for about 1.2 kilometres from the wooden jetty at Nayadera. The cave walls are covered with massive formations that dangle from the ceiling like chandeliers.

  • Parrot Island

    Parrot Island

    This uninhabited island called Parrot Island is located about 30 kilometres from Baratang and is famous for the fact that every evening as the sun sets, it becomes home to thousands of parakeets (multiple small to medium species of parrots) and other birds of various species. According to the preceding statement, the best time to visit Parrot Island is in the evening. The island is peaceful until birds fly in and begin roosting and chirping to bring life to its atmosphere.

  • Mud Volcano

    Mud Volcano

    Baratang contains the only known examples of mud volcanoes in India. These mud volcanoes have erupted sporadically, with recent eruptions in 2005 believed to have been associated with the 2004 Indian Ocean earthquake. The previous major eruption recorded was on 18 February 2003. The locals call this mud volcano jalki.

  • Barren Island

    Barren Island

    Around 135 km northeast of Port Blair, the capital of the Andaman and Nicobar Islands, lies Barren Island, which is home to South Asia and India’s only active volcano! And quite surprisingly, it is one of the hottest (like literally) tourist attraction in the region. This active volcano along Sumatra to Myanmar is renowned as a Submarine surfacing volcano, just above the subduction zone of India and Burmese plate.

  • Ross & Smith Island

    Ross & Smith Island

    The majestic twin islands of Ross and Smith, connected by a thin fifty-meter-long sand bar, are without a doubt the most famous sight to behold in North Andaman. This silky white sand bar sinks into the sea during high tide and rises again during low tide. The bar separates the shallow swimming area on one side from some spectacular snorkelling on the other. The warm waters are crystal clear, and the untamed virgin beaches are the most photogenic on the islands. The best part is that the beach is rarely crowded, so you can usually enjoy the entire scene to yourself. The beach is surrounded by tropical forests.

  • Saddle Peak

    Saddle Peak

    Saddle Peak National Park is in the Diglipur county of India's Andaman and Nicobar Islands. You'd love to explore this park, which was built in 1979 and is adorned with beautiful vegetation, tropical forest, lush greeneries, mountain peaks, rich biodiversity, and much more. You can explore nature in its purest form while meeting several unique and adorable animals and birds. Every day of the week, from 4 a.m. to 5 p.m., the national park is open. The entrance fees to the park are quite low; adults pay Rs.25, children pay Rs.10, foreigners pay Rs.50, Indian students pay Rs.5 and foreign students pay Rs.10. You must also spend Rs.25 on a video camera and Rs.10 on a still camera.

  • Kalipur Beach

    Kalipur Beach

    Kalipur beach is located behind the peaceful village of Kalipur and is easily accessible by local bus from the main Diglipur bazaar. It is one of the few beaches in the world where four species of sea turtles (Olive Ridley, Leather Back, Hawksbill, and Green Turtles) come to lay their eggs. The beach features volcanic grey sand and crystal clear water. As a result, it is ideal for swimming and snorkelling. Sunbathing is not recommended due to the presence of sand flies.

  • Radhanagar Beach

    Radhanagar Beach

    Radhanagar Beach, located on Havelock Island, is widely regarded as India's best beach. It's a beautiful stretch of sand surrounded by turquoise water and lush forest. Radhanagar Beach, also known as Beach No. 7, appears to be straight out of a postcard. The '7th best beach in the world,' according to Times Magazine. Radhanagar Beach is one of the many highlights in both Havelock and the Andaman Islands. The beach, which is lined with palm trees, provides tourists with a tranquil setting in which to relax and unwind in the midst of nature.

  • Elephant Beach

    Elephant Beach

    Elephant Beach is a private beach with crystal clear blue waters and sugary white sand. Ancient trees cast a lot of shadows, and there are some old ones lying around the beach, adding to the enchantment of the place. Unfortunately, the beach is only a fraction of what it once was, as the 2004 tsunami washed away much of the shoreline. The corals here remain among the best on the island, and the reef is close to the shore, making this an excellent snorkelling location. Because the underwater world is truly amazing, you must bring your own snorkel. It can get crowded, especially during sea-walking and snorkelling tours, but everyone can find their own special secluded spot.

  • Kala Phatar Beach

    Kala Phatar Beach

    Kalapathar beach is a long stretch of white silky sand surrounded by large black rocks and the blue sea. It is located on one of Havelock's corners and is a continuation of Beach No. 5. In high season, the beach can get a little crowded, but if you walk further south, you'll find yourself completely alone. There is a small lodging path through the green jungle where there was once an elephant training camp, but now there is only a secluded beach. The water is shallow enough for swimming and is not affected by tides. Take care when entering the water because there are some rocks and corals.

  • Laxmanpur Beach

    Laxmanpur Beach

    Laxmanpur Beach, a relatively quiet beach on Neil Island, outshines every other beach on the island in terms of beauty and ravishing charm. It is ranked third among Andaman beaches, owing to the best combination of azure water, a long stretch of secluded beach, tropical trees in the background, and the heaven-like peace that prevails.

  • Bharatpur Beach

    Bharatpur Beach

    Bharatpur Beach is simply the most beautiful and tranquil beach on Neill Island. It is a great place to spend time with friends and family because it is only 500 metres from the Neil Island jetty. The soft white sand beach lines the shore, with crystal clear shallow waters that extend for nearly 500 metres into the sea, making it one of those beaches where you can simply walk halfway without getting completely wet. Large rocks and hard corals are not present in the shallow waters near the beach. Furthermore, the water currents and waves are usually quite low, making it an excellent swimming location. Bharatpur beach is also well-known for its sunrise views.

  • Sitapur beach

    Sitapur beach

    A beach paradise in the collection of the Andaman Islands, Neil Island (renamed Shaheed Dweep in 2018) is located in the Bay of Bengal. The island is popular for its pristine white-sand beaches, clear turquoise waters, and a relaxed vibe. One of the most stunning beaches here is Sitapur Beach. Reaching this lovely beach is very simple as Neil Island is connected to the rest of the world via Port Blair, (capital of the Andaman and Nicobar Islands), which is just 36 kilometers away. You can visit this beach any time of the year since it is a tropical destination and enjoys a maritime climate all year round. However, the best time to visit there is from October to May.

  • Natural Bridge

    Natural Bridge

    Neil's most famous feature is a natural bridge formation known locally as the Howrah Bridge. To see this natural "wonder," go to rocky beach No. 2 at low tide, when you can walk on the dead corals and rocks to get to the attraction. The sea creatures seen here may also be of interest to some. Small fish, sea urchins, sea cucumbers, starfish, and even colourful corals are slowly growing back in some areas. The rocky surface can be slippery in places and many of the rocks are sharp, so walk with caution.

  • Lalaji Bay Beach

    Lalaji Bay Beach

    Consider a long stretch of soft white sand and turquoise blue waters bathed in warm sunlight. Add to that beautiful marine life and green coconut palms. Lalaji Bay is what you get as a result. This beach is ideal for swimming and snorkelling and is recommended for all adventure seekers. Reaching here by foot through the jungle is an experience in and of itself, about a two-hour trek away. Boats do operate (inquire at Blue Planet), but they are frequently closed due to weather or government regulations. Because there are no facilities at the beach, it is best to bring plenty of water and snacks. If you're looking for a lonely, deserted beach, Lalaji Bay is the place to go.

  • Dhaninallah Mangrove Walkway.

    Dhaninallah Mangrove Walkway.

    With its 5km stretch of brownish soft sands, blue sea, and plenty of shadow along the shore, Dhaninallah is known as the most beautiful beach on Middle Andaman Island. The beach is usually deserted, so you can take long walks by yourself. Swimming is not affected by tide, so you can go swimming whenever you want. Because it gets pretty windy here, the location has a lot of potential to become a great windsurfing spot. There are no windsurfing facilities at the moment, so bring your own. The beach has a nice picnic area with benches and sun beds in the shade of special cassurina trees.

  • Panchavati Waterfalls

    Panchavati Waterfalls

    The Panchavati Waterfalls are perched on the Panchavati hill, surrounded by massive rocks. The waterfall, located on the outskirts of Rangat in Andaman, is a popular destination for swimmers and photographers. The hills, which provide scenic views, are also home to fishing and agriculture. It is not recommended to visit the site during rainstorms because the hike uphill can become slippery. Panchavati's culture is very similar to that of India's southern states.

  •    Amkunj Beach

    Amkunj Beach

    The Amkunj beach is located in the Nimbutala village, about 8 kilometres from Rangat. The beach, like any other in Andaman, is equally beautiful and scenic. On a bright sunny day, there are many eco-friendly sofa-like sit-outs, some eco huts for shade, and small round tables erected by the beachside, making it a good place to sit and unwind. Swim here and soak in the warm sun for a lot of Vitamin D and a lot of peace of mind.

  • Lamiya Beach

    Lamiya Beach

    Lamiya Bay Beach lies in Diglipur and few kilometres ahead of ‘Kalipur beach’. It is the foothill for the highest point of the Andaman, which is Saddle peak.The Lamiya Bay beach is truly blessed with natural beauty. It is a wide and sandy beach that stretches along the sea and the rocks on the shore gives you a mesmerizing view. It is a pebble beach and covered with all round stones of different sizes and shapes. The beach has brown sand but water is clear, beach is clean and place is peaceful.

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Bring copies of your ID Proofs

carry at least one id proof of everyone travelling along with you.

Only Airtel, BSNL and JIO works here

only Airtel, BSNL works in every tourist place here in andamans, JIO only works in Port Blair as of now.

Always have cash

Since internet is not accessible in most remote tourist locations, carrying cash is recommended.

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