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Sight Seeing

Check our lists of places we have planned for you to visit.

MOST VISITED PLACES OF THESE ISLANDS

Not sure where you wants visit and need a little suggestion? Check our lists of places we have planned for you to visit.


Cellular Jail Memorial

CELLULAR JAIL

Cellular Jail is one of the famous Historical Place in India. In the British time it was also known as Kala Pani and all the prisoners were kept here as a punishment. Now this is a Historical Museum and many things here to see.. Several eminent revolutionaries of India have been imprisoned in this jail, and they include Babarao Savarkar, Vinayal Damodar Savarkar, Barindra Kumar Ghosh and Batukeshwar Dutt amongst others.The building originally comprised seven wings, intersected from a central watchtower.The Cellular Jail is today acknowledged as a National Memorial monument. In addition, visitors can also enjoy a Sound and Light show in Hindi as well as in English conducted during evening within the premises of the Cellular Jail.


Anthropological Museum

ANTHROPOLOGICAL MUSEUM

One of the best, and well-maintained museums of Andaman, Anthropological Museum sheds light on the profound and informative portrait of island's local community of tribes. These tribes are considered as one of the oldest in the world. Situated at the Middle Point in Port Blair, this best sightseeing place in Andaman is a historical delight and makes the tourists explore the life of Paleolithic Islanders. The major exhibits of this museum are Jarawa chest guard, shamanic sculptures and much more. The Anthropological Museum offers the highlights of primordial eras of Jarawas, the Onges, the Sentinelese, the Shompens and the Nicobarese. In short, a museum with blessed with a plethora of reasons making it a must-visit destination in Andaman.


Mariana Park Aquarium

MARINA PARK FISH AQUARIUM

Marina Park and Aquarium is a prime attraction in Andaman and Nicobar Islands. It is located in the unspoiled seashore close proximity to Water Sports Complex. The local inhabitants and the visiting tourists use this park for spending their valuable evenings by enjoying the nature’s gifts of pristine beauty, stunning sea waves and lush green vegetations. The Aquarium is a praise worthy place enclosing many marine life including various kinds of sea fishes and turtles. A children’s park with many facilities for kids enjoyment, a toy train and many other amusement facilities make this park a much sought picnic spot.


Barren Island Mus Volcano

MUD VOLCANO

This mud volcano is one more main attraction for visitors travelling in Andaman islands. Though this Volcano is nature's wonder, it may disappoint the people who see this physically. This Volcano is nearer to Baratang Jetty of Andaman islands (middle Andaman). It takes atleast a day to visit this place and return to Port Blair. People have to travel through road in a Jarwan tribal reserve (forest area) and cross the sea at Baratang jetty. After crossing the sea people reach the Uttara Jetty . From Uttara Jetty this place is 20 minutes journey by road.


Carbin Cove Beach

Carbin cove Beach

Carbin Cove Beach Secluded, and unspoilt, the Corbyn's Cove beach is just 8 kilometers from the City center, and a prominent sightseeing place in Andaman. With pleasant blue sea water and lush green coconut palms, the beach allows visitors to relax alongside and enjoy several water sports available on the shore of the beach. 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. Further, the beach is also a perfect location for taking pleasure of sunbathing, swimming and surfing. This coconut palm fringed beach is surrounded with a hotel and small offering refreshments and food. From here, tourists can also visit the Snake Island, which claims to have a lot of deadly snakes. The snake island is also known for colourful corals, mesmerizing fishes and rock faces. One can take a motorboat to land at this island


Mount Harriet

Mount Harriet

Mount Harriet National Park is a national park located in the Andaman and Nicobar Islands union territory of India. The park, established in 1969, covers about 4.62 km2.[1] Mount Harriet (383 metres (1,257 ft)[2]), which is part of the park, is the third-highest peak in the Andaman and Nicobar archipelago next to Saddle Peak (732 metres (2,402 ft)) in North Andaman and Mount Thullier (568 metres (1,864 ft)) in Great Nicobar.The picture on the back side of ₹ 20 note is taken form Mount Harriet National Park.The park is at a distance of 20 kilometres (12 mi) from Port Blair,Trekking through the park is popular as it passes through an attractive beach; one can watch endemic avifauna, animals, and butterflies that fly around, and also see elephants carrying lumber.


Lime Stone Cave

Lime Stone Cave

It is about 90 km away from Port Blair. Regular bus services are available from STS Bus Terminal, Aberdeen Bazar. Journey takes about 2 hrs and 30 minutes from Port Blair to Middle Strait and the fare is just Rs. 45. The journey is in 2 phases - P.Blair to Jirkatang (40 kms, 1 hr 15 mins) and then Jirkatang to Baratang (49 kms, 1 hr 15 mins, no overtake zone through Jarwa Reserve Forest). From Nilambur Jetty at middle strait ferry Baratang Island to see Limstone cave.Limstone cave is a treat to watch. The journey on to these cave is equaly mesmerising which covers all the way through Tribal reserves. Travellers may also catch as a glimpse of a sun-bathing crocodile with its jaws wide open and a stone like still that camouflaged in the mangroves. It is a cave with interesting limestone structures and stalactite and stalagmites.These natural caves are a splendid sight.


Radha Nagar Beach

Radha Nagar Beach

Beach number 7 (or more commonly known as Radhanagar Beach) was bestowed with the title of ‘Asia’s Best Beach’ in 2004 by the TIME magazine. Known for its picturesque sunset, white sand and turquoise blue waters, the beach is a very popular hub lying on the western coast of Havelock Island. There’s a watersports centre at the beach where visitors can hire snorkelling and scuba equipment and boats.


Ross Island

Ross Island

This small island, less than a square kilometer stands right across Port Blair. This island served as the capital to the Britishers from 1858 to 1941 when the Japanese occupied it and converted it to a ‘POW site'. This island homes the ruins of the church, Chief Commissioner's house, the Cathedral and graveyard of the Britishers and few other important landmarks which today is hugged by wild wines and huge roots and trunks of century old trees which are very evocative of the ruins and remains. To reach Ross Island, private ferries are available from Aberdeen Jetty except on Wednesday.


Samudrika Naval Marine Museum

Samudrika Naval Marine Museum

Located in Port Blair, Samudrika Naval Marine Museum is a well-known tourist attraction in the Andaman Islands. This popular sightseeing place of Andaman is also known as Fisheries Museum. This place has a wide range of installations with informative coverage of the islands’ ecosystem, plants, animals, tribal communities and marine life. This museum also includes a small aquarium that houses various collections of fishes and corals and shells. On the outside you will also come across a skeleton of a blue whale that was washed ashore on the Nicobars. The Samudrika Naval Marine Museum is run by the Indian Navy and it stores five galleries dotted with history, geography, anthropology and marine life of the Island. Besides this, there is also a tiny zoo that shelters saltwater crocodiles in Haddo of Andaman Island.


Science Center

SCIENCE CENTER

The Science Centre, situated five kms from Port Blair town, has an ‘Andaman and Nicobar Islands Gallery' with interactive exhibits depicting genesis of the islands, volcanic activities, science of oceans, Fun Science gallery, modern technology gallery, Taramandal (Portable planetarium), and an in-house butterfly pen. It is closed on all Mondays and Public Holidays.


Wandoor  Beach

Wandoor Beach

Wandoor beach is one of the popular beaches of Andaman that lies at a distance of about 25 kms in the east of Port Blair. It is a pictorial beach and a major tourist attraction that grab visitor's attention and interest. This beautiful beach is ideal for witnessing the colourful corals and enjoying swimming. With calm and clean blue water, the beach offer soothing ambience to chill and spend quality time. There are smartly constructed changing rooms and benches built for the convenience of the visitors.As located near Port Blair, Wandoor beach is easily accessible by the tourists visiting Andaman. If you are an adventure lover, then you can take a short trek to natural caves formed over the passage of time by high tides which enclose the beach.


About Andaman

PORT BLAIR – AT A GLANCE

Andaman’s only commercial airport (Veer Savarkar International Airport) is in Port Blair, thus making it your only entry and exit point into the islands.

Port Blair is connected to all islands by ferries The Phoenix Bay Jetty and the Haddo wharf, are the most reliable harbours.

Port Blair is connected to North Andaman (Diglipur, Baratang, Rangat, and Mayabundar) by road. See all day trips to the North here.

Internet is easily available in Port Blair, albeit slow.

Port Blair is your one-stop destination to know about the culture and heritage of the islands. With only one beach in town, there isn’t much of a seascape to enjoy. So, if you are looking for beaches exclusively, catch an early flight and then take the afternoon ferry to Havelock or Neil.


Weather forecast in Port Blair

Current weather in Port Blair, Andaman and Nicobar Islands, India and forecast for today, tomorrow, and next five days.

"The Climate of Andaman and Nicobar Islands"

The Andaman and Nicobar Islands are one of the most popular beach tourist destinations for travellers. Winter, summer and monsoon are the main seasons here. Situated in the Bay of Bengal, the islands experience a tropical climate and heavy winds during monsoon.

Summers : April to June,Temprature : 24°c - 37°c

Monsoon : May to September : 22°c - 35°c

Winter : December to February : 20°c - 30°c


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