Travel Attractions in Andaman Nicobar
Cellular Jail - Built by the British in 1906 to imprison Indian soldiers, this three storied prison has mutely witnessed the most inhuman atrocities borne by the convicts. It now serves as a museum.
Anthropological Museum - Small but informative museum, it showcases some valuable photographs and artifacts of the four Negroid tribes of the Andamans.
Marine Museum (Samudrika) - Houses an extensive collection of 350 species of sea-life, rare varieties of coral and shell have been beautifully displayed.
Forest Museum - Gives us information about the type of local woods used - red paduk, satin and marble wood and also different woods in timber industry. It also gives us some insights about the methods of lumbering and fishing.
Viper Island - This is where the British imprisoned Indian freedom fighters before the Cellular Jail was built.
Sippighat Farm - This is one of the best examples of the agricultural assets. The farm, on a 14 kms stretch, cultivates cash crops and spices and is like a mini forest spilling with a plethora of horticultural innovations A water-sports complex has also
been developed nearby.
Mini Zoo - It has a collection of some of the very interesting specimens of island fauna, one of which is a sea crocodile.