Andaman Sightseeing


Cellular Jail

Cellular Jail
Cellular Jail is a symbol of the sufferings of Indian Freedom fighters. In the year 1906, it was constructed in Port Blair. The fighters who revolted against the unjust rule of British were sent to this place for imprisonment.


Sound and Light Show

Sound and Light Show
The Sound and Light show expresses the story of Indian freedom struggle. It expresses the pain that the Indian Freedom fighters have to face while living their time in the small cells of this cellular jail. This show is really liked by the tourists visiting this place. The timing of the Hindi shows is all days from 6:00 pm to 7:15 pm except Monday and for English show, the days are Wednesday & Friday starting at 7:15 pm.


Carbyn's Cove Beach

Carbyn's Cove Beach
Six kilometers away from Port Blair town, you would find an amazing beach named Corbyn's Cove beach. This beach is appropriate for sun basking and swimming. Here you would find various facilities such as hotel, restaurant, bar, changing room and adventure water-sports. On your journey to this beach, you will find historical remains such as Japanese Bunkers. You can also enjoy scuba diving in Snake Island located near to it. On the beach, you would find Waves Restaurant & Beer Bar operated by Tourism department. This offers you with amazing cuisine made available at affordable rates.


Ross Island

Ross Island
This small island is located near Port Blair. From 1858 to 1941; the Japanese dominated it and transformed it to a âPOW site'. In order to reach Ross Island, there are private ferries, which can be obtained from Aberdeen Jetty. The services are made available on all days except on Wednesday. In this island, you will find the ruins of the church, Chief Commissioner's house, the Cathedral and graveyard of the Britishers and few other important landmarks. This island offers a rich variety of wild wines and huge roots and trunks of century old trees.


Chidyatappu Beach(Sunset Point)

Chidyatappu Beach(Sunset Point)
Situated in a beautiful setting of the Emerald islands, 25 kms away from Port Blair we find an amazing beach in Chidiya Tapu. Here you would find an amazing range of meandering mangrove cover to the stunning sunsets.


Wandoor Beach

Wandoor Beach
Located 25kms east of Port Blair, Wandoor beach is popular in our local regions and otherwise. The amaing scenery makes it perfect for coral sighting and swimming. This beach has all the facilities for you comprising of well-made benches and changing rooms for your convenience.


Havelock Island

Havelock Island
Situated at 57 km north-east of the capital city Port Blair, Havelock Island is one of the largest islands in Andaman and it is named after the British General who served in India, Henry Havelock. With beautiful sandy beaches bordered with a green canopy of the rain forest, Havelock Island has always been popular among tourists. The two beautiful beaches, namely the Vijaynagar beach, situated at a distance of 5 km from the seawall on the eastern side and the Elephant beach, situated at a distance of 10 km from the seawall on the north- western part of the island are worth visiting.

Radha Nagar beach in Havelock is famous for island camping organized by the Tourism department of Andaman. You may go to Havelock by acquiring daily speedboat services from Port Blair and enjoy staying a night or two in the beautiful island of Havelock. Among resorts and hotels providing accommodation, Dolphin Resort is a recommended one. Moreover, Scuba Dive Centre operators offer Snorkeling and Scuba diving facilities in the island, occasionally. We are based in Port Blair and we operate throughout Andaman and Nicobar islands. Acquire our services to enjoy your time in Havelock!


Neil Island

Neil Island
Owing to its commendable quality and quantity of agricultural produce, Neil Island is known as the âvegetable bowlâ of Andaman Islands. Neil Island is situated at a distance of 36 km from Port Blair, which can be easily covered in 2 hours by sea. Not densely populated, Neil Islandâs cattle population helps its inhabitants to earn their livelihood by selling milk, a major part of which is transported to Port Blair. Bharatpur, Sitapur & Lakshmanpur beaches are among the famous beaches in Neil Island. Tourists often compare Neil to Havelock due to its rapid growth.

The islandâs economy is majorly based on agriculture or tourism. The exotic green paddy fields, banana plantations and tropical trees make Neil Island ideal for eco-tourism. Neil Island, in an attempt to promote sporting activities, is soon launching a diving center. Acquire our services to have a memorable time in Neil Island. We are based in Port Blair and we operate throughout Andaman and Nicobar islands.


Mount Harriet

Mount Harriet
The highest point of Andaman & Nicobar Islands, Mount Harriet is not very far from Port Blair. A ferry ride from Chatham jetty to Bamboo flat, followed by a 10 minutes drive to a forest and a 7 km trek will get you to the check post. And from the check post, Mount Harriet is situated at a distance of just 3 km. A total duration of 2-3 hours is needed to reach Mount Harriet National Park from Port Blair. This site was the famous pick-nick place for the erstwhile British officers who stayed in these islands during their work period.

At the check post, an entry fee of Rs 25 for an Indian adult and Rs 10 for an Indian child of 12 years and below is charged. A fee of Rs 5 for an Indian student and Rs 10 for a foreign student is charged. Other foreign nationals have to pay Rs 250 per day per person. The fees are collected at the check post. For a light vehicle, the entry fee is Rs 20, whereas, for a heavy vehicle, it is Rs 50. A Professional photographer may carry his gadget by paying Rs 200; and Rs 3000 for shooting a film. Tourists have to pay a fee of Rs. 10 for still camera and Rs. 25 for a video camera. There are huts inside the park from where a trekking route starts. You can enjoy visiting Mount Harriet by acquiring our travel services. We are based in Port Blair and we operate throughout Andaman and Nicobar islands.


Lime Stone Caves

Lime Stone Caves
Beautiful beaches, mangrove creeks, mud-volcanoes and limestone caves decorate the island between the south and middle Andaman. You can explore the limestone caves with the prior permission of Forest Department at Baratang and under the company of a proper local guidance. Through this island goes the Andaman Trunk Road to the beautiful towns of Rangat and Mayabunder.

During sunsets, the Parrot Island situated nearby is a must-visit spot to witness the breathtaking scene of beautiful hoards of parrots flocking together. To visit this wonderful island and take back with you memories of a lifetime, acquire our Andaman tour services. We are based in Port Blair and we operate throughout Andaman and Nicobar islands.


Amkunj Beach

Amkunj Beach
The beautiful Amkunj beach is located at a distance of 15 km from Rangat Bazar towards Mayabunder. 20 km away from the Rangat Bazar jetty towards Mayabunder is the Curtbert Bay beach, which is yet another tourist attraction in Andaman. Curtbert Bay is famous all over Andaman as a turtle-nesting ground. You can easily view the nesting of the turtles during the months of December, January and February.

The amazing guesthouse near Curtbert Bay beach, Hawks Bill Nest is managed by the Directorate of Tourism. To spend a memorable time in this island, acquire our tour services and that too at reasonable rates. We are based in Port Blair and we operate throughout Andaman and Nicobar islands.


Morciedera Beach

Morciedera Beach
Located along with the Andaman Trunk Road at a distance of 12 km from Rangat towards Mayabunder, Morciedera beach is a beautiful natural setting ideal for pick-nicks. The entire area is eco-friendly with not much disturbance to the environment. Travelers are able to spend a relaxing time on its eco-friendly beach furniture and in the sea facing sit-out area. The Morciedera beach is close to the famous Twin Rocks. The Twin Rocks is a unique rock formation that creates a walkway between these two rocks, which leads to a spectacular view of the horizon.

The view of the horizon is breathtaking and one can spend hours looking at it. The site also has a fresh water stream, serving as a natural swimming pool for the visitors. To enjoy your time in Morciedera beach, acquire our Andaman tour services. We are based in Port Blair and we operate throughout Andaman and Nicobar islands.


Dhani Nallah Mangrove Nature Walk Way

Dhani Nallah Mangrove Nature Walk Way
Probably Indiaâs longest mangrove walkway, Dhani Nallah Mangrove Nature Walkway is a treat for visitors in Andaman. Built among the dense mangrove forests near Dhani Nallah beach in Rangat, a walk on this walkway is a true nature-walk that refreshes oneâs mind, body and soul. Although, walking anytime itself is pleasurable, the ideal time for the 713 m long walk is either early morning or evening. One can also sit and rest in the huts built on the sides of the walkway.

The walkway finally leads to the Dhani Nallah beach, which also attracts many tourists every year. Relax your body and soul and enjoy the fresh fragrance and air of the mangroves that will leave deep imprints on your hearts. Acquire our tour services to make your visit more enjoyable and sorted. We are based in Port Blair and we operate throughout Andaman and Nicobar islands.


Karmatang Beach

Karmatang Beach
Karmatang is considered to be among the most exquisite locations for tourists in Andaman. Located in Mayabunder, Karmatangâs beauty is indeed praiseworthy. Its cool and relaxing environment lets tourists sit and have a nice time along the coast. The beach always witnesses tourists from the country or abroad who go there to enjoy their time with family or friends.

To visit Karmatang beach and have a delightful yet a comfortable journey, acquire our Andaman tour services. We are based in Port Blair and we operate throughout Andaman and Nicobar islands.


Ross & Smith Island

Ross & Smith Island
The two isolated islands in Andaman, Ross and Smith are connected to each other just by a thin strip of the sandbar. The islands are a fine example of âbeauty in silenceâ and these are the ideal spots to witness fascinating coral reefs and underwater species. These are home to the famous Olive Ridley turtles. Enveloped by tropical forests, these two islands are apt for trail hiking and trekking. Visitors can also enjoy Snorkelling and Scuba Diving.

The isolation of the islands and the uninterrupted water and environment makes it special among all the islands in Andaman. One can also spot wild elephants in the adjacent forests. Home for just 60 families, the Smith Island has accommodation offered by Directorate of Tourism. To visit these islands, you need to have a prior permission from the Forest Office at Diglipur, which can be attained from Monday to Saturday between 6 am- 2 pm at Rs 50 for Indian tourists and Rs 500 for foreign tourists. You may acquire our tour services to visit these two exotic islands. We are based in Port Blair and we operate throughout Andaman and Nicobar islands.




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