• Sound & Light Show

    The saga of the heroic freedom struggle is brought alive in a moving Son-et-Lumiere, shown daily inside the Cellular Jail compound with separate timings for English and Hindi shows.

  • Cellular Jail

    Cellular Jail located at Port Blair, stood mute witness to the torture meted out to the freedom fighters, who were incarcerated in this jail. The Jail, completed in the year 1906, acquired the name cellular, because it is entirely made up of individual cells for the solitary confinement of the prisoners.

  • Ross Island

    oss Island, the erstwhile capital of Port Blair during the British regime, is a tiny island standing as guard to Port Blair harbor (10 minutes journey from the Phoenix Bay Jetty, Port Blair). The island presently houses the ruins of old buildings like Ballroom, Chief Commissioner's house, Govt House, Church, Cemetery, Hospital, Bakery, Press, Swimming Pool and Troop Barracks, all in dilapidated condition, reminiscent of the old British regime.

  • Viper Island

    The tiny serene, beautiful island is situated inside the Port Blair harbor (20 minutes boat journey). The island derives its name from the vessel "Viper" in which Lt. Archibald Blair came to the islands in 1789 with the purpose of establishing a penal settlement. The vessel, it is believed, met with an accident and its wreckage was found near the island.

  • Andaman Water Sports Complex

    The Andaman Water Sports Complex offers facilities for safe water sports such as water skiing, water scooters, parasailing and glass bottomed boats. There is a saline water swimming pool, promenade for walking as well as changing rooms and a food plaza available near the complex.

  • Chatham Saw Mill

    The Chatham Sawmill is one of the oldest and largest mills in Asia. Built on a tiny island by the same name and connected to Port Blair by a bridge, the island has the second largest wharf here and also houses a Forest Museum in its premises. Owned by Forest department and dating back to 1836, it is a big store house for different varieties of wood including Marble, Padauk, Gurjan and Satin wood.

  • Mahatma Gandhi Marine National Park

    The Mahatma Gandhi Marine National Park at Wandoor is at a distance of 29 kms from Port Blair covering an area of 281.5 sq kms. This marine park made-up of open sea, mangrove creeks and 15 islands, is one of the best marine parks anywhere in the world. Viewing of rare corals and underwater marine life through glass bottom boats, and snorkeling are extremely popular here.

  • Anthropological Museum

    The Anthropological Museum is maintained and managed by the Anthropological Survey of India, and is located in Port Blair. It is an exquisite small museum showcasing a wide collection of tools and weapons used by the Andamanese tribes. It also exhibits photographs of different tribes and aborigines of Andaman and Nicobar Islands.

  • Chidiya Tapu

    Chidiya Tapu is the southern most tip of South Andaman. Located 25 kms from Port Blair, the lush green mangroves, forest cover with numerous chirping birds and the white sand beach make it an ideal picnic site as well as a great place for snorkeling. The forest guesthouse situated on top of a hillock provides a fabulous view of isolated islands, submerged corals and the breath-taking sunset.

  • Mount Harriet

    The summer headquarters of the Chief Commissioner during British Raj, this place is ideal for a nice and fascinating over view of the outer islands and the sea. Located 55 km, by road and 15 km by ferry from Port Blair, it is the highest peak in the South Andamans (365 meters high).

  • Madhuban

    Madhuban is 75 kms by road or 20 kms by ferry from Port Blair. It is primarily a trekking area, north east of South Andaman. Exotic endemic birds, animals, butterflies, and elephant lumbering are the most interesting part of the trek.