Cellular Jail was once a terrifying prison where numerous prisoners of war and freedom fighters during India's Independence Struggle were held and laid down their lives. Today, the place is reputed for its history and host a poignant sound & light show about the same. Now this is a Historical Museum and many things here to see.
Viper Island gets its name from the vessel "viper". Using the vessel Lt. Daily boat trips from Port Blair are provided to help tourists discover the island, its old gallows, and remains of the gone period. The island was a jail where the British used to imprison convicts and political prisoners.
Ross Island was reckoned as an exclusive British preserve. Today it is a popular tourist spot across the Andaman water sport complex in Port Blair. If you visit the place, you can witness its glorious past through a fascinating multimedia audio and video show, as it is now a ruin of the bygone days with the old structures almost in debris.
Corbyn's Cove Beach
Swarming with tourists and surrounded by lush green coconut palms, the Corbyn’s Cove is one of busies beaches on the Andaman Islands. The closest beach to Port Blair, it is 8 kms from the City Centre. The drive to the beach is a stunning visual experience.
Chatham Saw Mill
Chatham Saw Mill is renowned for storing varied types of woods. It is the biggest and oldest saw mill in Asia. The mill was set by the British in the year 1883. Chatham Saw Mill also produces sawn timber and handles the production of 'Paduak' - Andaman's well known, premier wood.
Chidiya Tapu is located approximately 31 km from Port Blair. It is well known as the "Bird Island" layered with plush green mangroves and good-looking beach with wonderful sunset mangroves, which creates a hypnotic environment. Here you can take part in optional activities such as Swimming, Trekking and many more.
This shopping centre is based in Port Blair, the capital of Andaman Island. This is a cottage industry and emporium, a shopping place for the tourists. Every tour package of Andaman Island has this place in the itinerary to allow tourists to purchase items and souvenirs.
The lime stone caves, filled of grand stalagmites, stalactites and pillar rocks, continue to be among the popular tourist destinations. The trek to reach the caves is exploratory. The limestone caves continue to be largely unexplored and guarantees to provide a unique experience.
A mud volcano occurs due to natural gases emitted by decaying organic matter underground. The mud is pushed upwards by gases, it deposits and hardens above ground. As more mud oozes out and spills over the edge it grows in size.
On the western coast Beach No. 7, better known as "Radha Nagar" Beach. It is ranked among the popular beaches on Havelock and was named "Best Beach in Asia" by Time in 2004. Radhanagar beach is heaven on earth.
Elephant Beach is about 20 minutes by boat from the Havelock Island dock. It is a beautiful white sand beach. It is home to amazing coral reef, which starts at a depth less than a metre.
The Indian Navy runs Samudrika Museum. It was created to generate awareness on various aspects of oceanic environment. A good collection of shells, corals are on display here.