Cellular Jail stands as a dark reminiscence of the British rule in the Indian subcontinent, which is isolated from the mainland.
The Cellular Jail, also known as Kala Pani was a colonial prison in the Andaman and Nicobar Islands, India. The prison was used by the British for the express purpose of exiling political prisoners to the remote archipelago
Many freedom fighters like Batukeshwar Dutt and Veer Savarkar and many others have being incarcerated in this cellular jail. . The watch tower gives a clear and amazing outlook of the area in between the wings of cellular jail
Some of the water activities that one can undertake and enjoy over a visit to Corbyn's Cove Beach include scuba diving, surfing, and boating. A perfect location for taking pleasure of sunbathing, swimming and surfing
Earlier-known as "the Paris of East" served as the Erstwhile British headquarters in Andaman & Nicobar Island. British used this as an administrative headquarters for 85 years.
Ross Island is a beautiful destination to visit when in Andaman Islands. After an earthquake in 1941 the island was left in abandon, this island is dedicated to Netaji Subhash Boss Island. Open for visits on the following open days of the week - Mon, Tue, Wed, Thu, Fri, Sat, and Sun and the entrance timings and opening hours on these days are from 08:00 AM - 06:00 PM
Viper Island is an extremely tranquil Island in Andaman and Nicobar. It has featured in the pages of Indian history many a time due to the Jail in the Island built by the British a few hundred years ago. This Island is frequented regularly by Indian and International tourist due to the striking amalgamation of history and nature.
The Wandoor beach is the most beautiful beach situated at the entrance of Mahatma Gandhi marine national park, and is among one of the popular beaches in Andaman. This beach is calm with clear pristine blue water as it offers soothing ambiance to spend time with your loved ones.
“Silence is loud”. You can sit and enjoy the subtle sounds that surround you. Deep in the woods, deep in the shore there is a peace and harmony the best way to experience the divine is through the silence.
The best part about a visit to this beach is that, if you are a lone traveler or a couple, seeking privacy and peace, then you are most likely to find solace here, as it is almost empty. It seems like a heavenly, untouched beauty which you can enjoy and keep all to yourself. Apart from this virgin beach itself, there are quite a few advantages of being at this beach as it is quite strategically located.
North Bay Beach
Located nearer to Phoenix Jetty of Port Blair, this beach is also very famous for underwater corals. Snorkeling and scuba diving activities are also available in North Bay. There are one-day package trips include North Bay, Viper Island and Ross Island. You can also take an Andaman cruise to explore the beauty of the region.
All is still and quite other than the chorus of crashing waves. God’s painted masterpiece is a glorious sight to witness. Chidiya Tapu is one of the most famous tourist destinations in Andaman, and if you are on a trip to the Islands, do not forget to spend a few hours at this wonderful place. The very naming of the beach and its area goes behind the Hindi word for "Bird's Paradise"!
Catch the rich biodiversity and a wide range of tropical flora and fauna of the Andaman Islands at this biological park that was established in 2001. The park aims towards conservation and the study of endemic and endangered species of plants and animals that are indigenous to the Islands.
Munda Pahar Beach
The sun peeking through the heavy white clouds illuminates the sky in a dazzling orange glow causing the fluffy, white sand to appear orange in color.
If one is travelling to Port Blair then he must go to have a dip at the Munda Pahad Beach 2-3 km away from Chidiya Tapu. It’s an extremely good beach, with white soft sand and absolutely clear water. There are hardly 11any waves so children can enjoy the shallow waters for a distance.
Jolly Buoy Island is one of the most popular destinations in the Andaman & Nicobar Islands and a perfect day tour from Port Blair.
Watch beautiful aquatic life, colorful underwater corals from Glass Bottomed Boats. Take a short excursion through the thick tropical jungles surrounded by the beach on the island. A day trip to one of India's most well preserved natural marine eco-system in Andaman and Nicobar Islands. Go snorkeling in the shallow waters off the beach and fall in love with the colorful corals.
Mount Harriet National Park
The peak offers an enviable view of the picturesque surrounding embellished with the gifts of nature. A bird’s eye view offers magnificent sights of the gorgeous Islands dotted all over the ocean in myriad shades of blue and green.
Reckoned as one of the best well-maintained museums, Anthropological Museum of Port Blair is one of the must visit destinations in Andaman & Nicobar for those who want to get acquainted with the history of local community tribes. Besides being a historical delight, tourists label this place worthy for sightseeing where one can explore the Paleolithic Islander’s Life.
Samudrika Marine Museum
The major attraction of the museum is the skeleton of a baby blue whale that was washed ashore on the coast of Andaman & Nicobar. A tiny zoo within the museum premises boasts of a few saltwater crocodiles of Andaman. Another specialty of the museum is its inbuilt aquarium featuring regional varieties of the sea plants and animals.
This Havelock Island makes you nothing less than a paradise on Earth.
With amazing Shimmering cobalt blue waters fringed with pristine forests, and vast stretches of white, sun-toasted beaches, .The perfect coastal escape'! Havelock Island is one of the largest and most famous Islands in the Andaman and Nicobar.
Havelock Island is named after a British General, Sir Henry Havelock, who served in India during the British Raj. Havelock is tribute to Netaji Subhash Chandra Bose.
The open horizon adored by clear blue water and unmatched greenery provides a scene to wonder about this virtue and unimaginable paradise for the every visitors. The beach is located 10.8kms from the Havelock Island jetty and can be easily reached by taking the SH4 road.
"It is one of the fascinating sightseeing for an adventure".
Everything like Scuba Diving, Snorkeling, Jet Ski, Glass Bottom Boats and Sea Walk are available at the beach making.
Located 2.2 km from the Radhanagar Beach, the Elephant Beach is considered the water-sports haven of the Havelock Island. The beach can be reached either via boat or trekking through the forest nearby.
The best thing is that both Radhanagar and Elephant Beach can be easily visited within a day.
This Neil island currently known as Shaheed Dweep, "Dedicated to Subhas Chandra Boss", who hoisted the first flag at Port Blair on 1943 pro claiming that Andaman & Nicobar Islands territories liberated from British rule.
This island far from city noises and into the wonderful world of the complete serenity
This is Small Island that spans over an area of 13.7 sq km, only most of which is covered with forest. Neil Island is one the perfect and absolute place for a romantic and an intimated holiday or vacations
Long island is Long Island is a tiny and amazing island. It’s a kind of a modern village with population of 20000. It is a completely gorgeous sandy beach and is adorned with white sand in contrast with the blue water.
Another worth sightseeing in place of long island is Guitar Island. The island itself is in the shape of a guitar. This lovely island is ideal for relaxation and sunbathing.
This cinque island is one the most famous for photography the place where two parts of island are interconnected by sand bar and sand bridge.
Cinque island which is located to the southernmost part of Port Blair beyond the Andaman sea having such a rich underwater life, cinque island is also a home to beautiful sandy beaches for those who love to relax on the beach and tropical rain frost with natural lovers trekking enthusiasts.
The big largest town on the north Andaman island, in Andaman the highest peak in Andaman. This ecological paradise is very famous for its turtle nesting site, crocodile sanctuaries, exotic marine life and Alfred caves. Diglipur is one the best sightseeing, and most visited tourists in Andaman.
Settled in Baratang Island, Limestone caves are a wonder to see and surely a visual treat to the eyes. These caves are one of the deepest man-found hollow and purely natural in its existence which formed over millions of years back. Fundamentally sedimentary rocks, limestone caves were formed due to compression of deposits like algae, marine life, corals, shells and skeletons of various water species.
Andaman and Nicobar Islands have several mud volcanoes spread all over the group of Islands. Out of the 11 mud volcanoes, 9 are located in Baratang Island, about 90 kilometers from Port Blair. At first sight, it may look like tiny holes in the earth with mud bubbling all over them. But for the curious soul, the science behind these volcanoes is fascinating, and since they are the only group of mud volcanoes all over India, they are worth a visit. The volcanoes are not pretty, or even remotely appealing visually, but if you are interested in scientific exploration, this will be a worthy visit for you.
Ross and Smith Island
A Marine Sanctuary on the island is the biggest highlight and it is considered to be the ideal place for watching the rare collection of invigorating coral reefs and colorful fish species.
Rubber Plantations Visit
You will be able to watch the processes of taking the rubber milk and placing the coconut shells on each tree and other important procedures before producing the final rubber sheet. Manglutan is the largest producer of rubber in the region, located very close to Port Blair.
Water Sports Activities in Andaman Islands
Adventure water sports include water skiing, water scooter, speed boat rides, wind-surfing, etc. The safe water sports component has paddle boats, rowing boats, water cycles, banana rides and many more. Water sport facilities are also available at Carbyn's cove beach, Port Blair and Radha Nagar beach at Havelock.
Every destination is completely unique in its own way and they all have widely different dive conditions and marine life. Experience the thrill and beauty of India's stunning underwater natural world. The crystal clear waters Indian coasts and shores promise charming scuba diving and snorkeling destinations that will leave you completely mesmerized.
Under Sea Walk
Undersea walk is an opportunity for non-divers to discover the magic of the underwater world in Andaman Islands. Sea walking is simple, quick and easy. There is absolutely no experience needed no complicated equipment to handle and you walk on the smooth and clean sand of the sea floor. It's perfectly safe. No water on your face (you can wear glasses or contacts), your makeup stays on and your hair stays dry! A large full face window in the Sea Walker helmet offers a close up view of the beautiful underwater world, see beautiful corals and play with colorful fishes.
“experience of studying the exotic wonders of the coral reefs” Snorkeling is an exciting sport that lets you rub shoulders with some unique marine species.
Snorkeling is an adventure activity which is very popular off the Andaman & Nicobar Islands One can enjoy the under-water marine life and view the rarest varieties of corals by Snorkeling in the Andaman & Nicobar Islands. You can Snorkel pristine and undamaged reefs, right off white sandy beaches with equipped with a mask, snorkel and fins.
Jet Skis Ride
Are you tired of being land-locked – Jet Skiing is the world's ultimate water sports machine. Every child and adult dreams of riding a jet ski and we are proud to bring you the experience in the water of Andaman Islands. The best part is that the guys who pilot the Jet Skie are thoroughly experienced, very friendly and helpful and the utmost care is taken regarding the safety of the tourists by the way of providing life jackets.
The six person people mover caters for all ages, ideal for whole family enjoyment - 12 minutes on the banana is must do entertainment - we can be gentle or hang on tight for the ride of your life. Banana boat rides are safe and monitored by our experienced and professional staff. We supply life jackets that comfortably fit kids as well. The Banana shaped boats consist of a Tube. During the ride, the driver of the powered boat attempts to flip the banana boat upside-down by doing sharp turns.
Ski Tube Ride
Enjoy the thrills and spills on an ever-popular water ride! The craziest sofa you ever sat on.
Just sit and enjoy the fun as you are being whisked away through the waves and try to hold on in the turns not to fall off. A fun experience for both families and friends. Go on, challenge the driver and see if you can stay dry!
Glass Bottom Boat Riding
The Glass-bottom boat rides allow visitors to experience several fascinating aspects of marine life, and provide them a bird's eye view of the aquarium. Starting with the spectacular sight of Cow nose Rays, which circle in flocks near the surface, the rides also offer an unprecedented overview of the various habitats of the diverse aquatic animals. Glass-bottom boat rides, which replicates an ocean environment, have their own marked territories at different levels of the tank, as they do at sea. Nurse Sharks, Fantail Rays, Guitarfish and all the small reef associated species are commonly found on the ocean's bed while the sharks prefer to be in the darker rocky areas and caves.
Fishing in the untouched reefs of the Andaman Islands, for long inaccessible and untouched this Island group is the last frontier for true big game sport fishing. These tropical islands of rainforest, mangroves and deep drop offs, makes an ideal location for any form of saltwater angling. The best time to dive the Andaman Islands is February and March. Our peak season is from November until Mid -April. The second week of May brings in the monsoon season.