Anthropological Museum is a perfect place to hop, if you want to get beautiful insights into the tribal life of the natives of Andaman & Nicobar Islands. The museum is located in the heart of the capital of Andaman & Nicobar Islands, Port Blair. In the museum you can spot many tribal artifacts, photographs, old expedition records, models, clothing, boats and baskets
The Cellular Jail was built in 1906 and was given the name ‘Cellular’ owing to its withdrawn confinement cells. In olden times, the jail was being used to imprison the freedom fighters by the then colonial masters from Britain.
The southernmost tip of South Andaman Island situated at a distance of 28 Kms from Port Blair. It is famous for bird watching, sunset view, panoramic scenic beauties, and many colours of oceanic view. Swimming can be done at Chidiyatappu.
The museum gives nice glimpses of the various forest treasure stashed in Andaman Island. In the museum the visitors can get insights of the various activities of the forest department. The museum makes optimum use of the scale models and the various artwork pieces made of satin wood, marble, gurjan, and padauk to exhibit various aspects of the forest.
Havelock Island is situated 38km/21nm from Port Blair. Regular ferry services, makes Havelock a very popular destination among tourist.
Radha Nagar beach is rated as a world class beach. Radhanagar Beach is a surreal experience. While walking on it one could hear the sound of waves gently splashing against the beach on left ear and on right ear one could hear bird song from the forest.
Elephant Beach is famous for its rich underwater coral reefs which is probably the best on the island, making this an excellent spot for snorkeling. Kalapathar Beach offer calm seas and white sands. Havelock has rich coral life and is a very popular destination.
During the British Raj, Mount Harriet was the summer headquarters of the then chief commissioner and therefore carries ample traces of the colonial rule. Whether you want to see the enthralling sea or want to witness the hybrid of sand and sun, Mount Harriet is an ideal place to hop to. It is also the second highest peak in whole Andaman.
Red Skin Island
The main highlights of the island are its picturesque landscapes and many beautiful locations. The coral and marine life of the place is stunning and abounding. Our Tour services is located in Port Blair and offers affordable and spirited tours to Red Skin Island throughout the year.
Just a boat ride away from the capital of Andaman & Nicobar Islands, Port Blair, there straddles the famous Ross Island. The island is very close to Phoenix Bay Jetty and has many scenic and historical attractions quietly cultivating here. The place is being smeared by a small church, chief commissioner’s residence, a swimming pool and a cemetery and a small museum.
Samudrika Museum houses various indigenous rare corals and underwater shells. While on a stroll through the museum, one may realize that it also reflects the history, geography and anthropology of the Andaman Islands while edifying yourself about the oceanic environment and ecological balance.
About 29 Kms. west of Port Blair is the famous Wandoor beach known for scenic beauty and is very popular amongst tourists. The range of the Mahatma Gandhi Marine National Park is just across Wandoor Beach. To visit the Marine National Park, boats are available from Wandoor Jetty.
Carbyns Cove Beach
Carbyns Cove Beach is a dynamic beach slumped in Bay of Bengal and just 7 km away from Port Blair. Surrounded by many palm and coconut trees, the beach is the rendezvous for those looking for a holiday filled with fun frolicked activities like surfing, swimming, and sun-basking, etc. The beach is in near proximity to the city and one can also see the famous Rose Island from the beach shores.
Neil Island is a verdant and tranquil island with plenty of mesmerizing sandy beaches, slumping just 36 km away from the capital of Andaman & Nicobar Island, Port Blair. Some of the prime attractions of the island are Sitapur, Bharatpur, Laxmanpur, and the famous Howra Bridge ensconcing on the sea shore.
The island is famous for its splendid underwater views of the marine coral reefs. One can also indulge in water activities like snorkeling while being in the island. The island is frequented by many tourists throughout the year for its sunny beaches and breathtaking landscapes.
Mini Zoo is a wild spectacle in its own right. The zoo is the endearing home of various crocodiles, buoying in the wild waters fringed by the lush green forests. According to the assimilations there are some 200 species of intriguing birds and animals sheltered in the zoo.
Gandhi Park is known for having many affluent troves such as a Japanese temple and an exquisite bunker that lend historical feel to the whole park. The park is also embellished by a restaurant, amusement park, Lake Garden, and a children’s park. The atmosphere in the park is always joyful and peaceful, and apt for families and individuals to come and have many happy hours.