South Andaman and the Marine National Park - Just an hours drive from Port Blair to the southern tip of south Andaman, one can appreciate the panoramic view of the Islands all along.
Corbyn’s Cove - One of the most picturesque beaches, it is ideal for sunbathing. The white sandy beach and palm fringed further enhance the look of Corbyn’s cove.
Mount Harriet - Mount Harriet is set at 365 mts and regular trips are scheduled.
Black Rocks - Just 2 kms from Mount Harriet are the Black Rocks
|or Kala Pathher, the spot where prisoners were pushed to death. The place is also the point from where various nature trails start.
Ross Island - Once the seat of British power and capital of these islands, it now stands as an imposing relic, with the old structure almost in debris. Earlier, it was the residence of the chief commissioner but now it has been converted into a museum that
displays photographs and other antiques from the time of the Raj.
Mahatma Gandhi Marine National Park - The Mahatma Gandhi Marine National Park at Wandsoor is just 30 kms from Port Blair and covers an area of 281.5 sq kms. Well worth a visit, this marine park is made up of open sea, creeks and 15 islands. Coral reefs,
a plethora of exotic coral fish and other marine life abound in this area. Moreover, it offers lots of water sport options like swimming, diving, scuba diving, snorkeling, fishing and camping.
Ritchie’s Archipelago - Lying between 20 kms to 40 kms off the coast of south Andaman and Baratang Islands. A very beautiful island - one of the major attractions here is the Havelock island - it boasts of virgin beaches, and unpolluted environment.
The only road to middle and north Andamans from Port Blair is the Trunk Road. Regularly scheduled buses ply on this road and therefore transport is not a problem.
Attractions in Andaman Nicobar
Rangat - Situated at Amkunj Beach, this place is serenely beautiful. Just the right jaunt for nature lovers.
Mayabunder - To reach Mayabunder one has to sail through Port Blair, 157 kms from this point. Mayabunder is the administrative center for the middle and the north Andamans Some of Mayabunder’s attractions like Anis Island, Interim Islands, Barren Islands
are idyllic holiday spots.
Attractions in Andaman Nicobar
Kalighat - It is a small and a peaceful stopover between Port Blair and north Andamans. This is certainly is one of the best places for bird watching and treating the eyes with the beautiful landscapes all around.
Diglipur - Diglipur, formerly known as Port Cornwallis, is a commercial center which foreigners can visit to shop at the fairly well stocked market.
Aerial Bay - Last attraction before returning to Port Blair. It is a quite and a peaceful place from where one can visit the Smith and Ross islands, the ideal place to camp and have fun on the beach.
Little Andaman Islands
South of Port Blair lies the little Andaman Island. Heavy deforestation has left much of the island almost devoid of trees though red palm, betel and banana plantations are aplenty. Camping is not recommended, as there are hardly any tourist facilities available. Infact, you might even
have to carry drinking water, as there is no bottled water available.
Only Indians are allowed to visit Car Nicobar, that too with a permit. The rest of the islands like Katchal, Nancowry, Indira Point and Campbell Bay are closed to foreign visitors. The Nicobarese population consists mainly of tribals who stay in thatched huts on stilts. The Destination
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