Radhanagar Beach – Havelock Island
Radhanagar Beach is located on the southern coast of Havelock Island and is the most famous and famous Andaman Beach, located 65 kilometers from Port Blair Central Bus Stand (road + ferry), and 11 kilometers from Havelock Ferry Ghat. Radhanagar Beach is one of Asia’s top 10 beautiful beaches and Time Magazine is one of the most famous beaches in the world.
A long, sandy, white beach that stretches for 2 km and averages 30 to 40 meters in width is the most visited spot in Andamans. The beach is a popular hub located on the west coast of Havelock Island known for its picturesque solar couch, white sand, and turquoise-blue waters. The sand is very fine in grain and white. The luxuriant and green trees along the beach allow tourists to relax and enjoy the serenity and charm of nature. The spectacular sight of sunset on that beach makes all the troubles of life forgetful.
Elephant Beach – Havelock Island
Elephant Beach is one of Havelock’s most secluded beaches and one of the most popular daily trips on Havelock Island. It is 65 km from Port Blair Central Bus Stand (road + ferry) and 10 km from Havelock Ferry Ghat. It’s one of Andaman Tourism’s most popular sites.
Elephant Beach is the perfect place to snorkel. It has a rich formation of coral reefs and incredible marine life underwater. The reef is close to the shore and is one of the best in the island, making this an ideal place for snorkeling. The beach is also well-known for water sports like jet skiing, scuba diving, and walking in the sea. The coral reefs through these boats can be viewed with glass boats underneath. The Elephant Beach shoreline has been heavily damaged by the tsunami of 2004.
Cellular Jail – Port Blair
Cellular Jail, also known as Kala Pani, is a colonial jail in Port Blair on Andaman tour packages Islands, 1,5 km from the Central Bus Stand of Port Blair. Many notable Indian activists were known to live in the prison during the fight for the independence of India. The complex today serves as a national memorial and one of Port Blair’s top places to visit.
The British started building the Cellular Jail in 1896 and ended in 1906. After the First War of Independence in 1857, the prison was established in Andamans by the British. That was the start of the death story of freedom fighters in the massive and horrific prisons on the island of Viper, followed by the cellular prison. The prison has been used especially by the British for exile in the remote archipelago of political prisoners. Many prominent fighters for freedom, such as Dutt Batukeshwar, Singh Bhagat and Savarkar Veer among others,
Mahatma Gandhi Marine National Park
A national park near Wandoor, South Andaman, Andaman & Nicobar Islands, is located 25 km away from Port Blair, the Mahatma Gandhi Marine National Park, also known as Wandoor National Park. This is one of the best places to visit on the Andaman Tour and one of Port Blair’s famous tourist destinations.
In 1983, under the 1972 Wildlife Protection Act, the National Park was created to protect marine life, including prevailing coral and Nesting Sea Turtles in the area. Spread over a surface area of 281 km2 and covered with tropical forests, the landscape of the park is marked by 15 rocky islands.
Chidiya Tapu – Port Blair
Chidiya Tapu, also known as ‘Bird Island,’ is the southern tip of South Andaman Island, at a distance of 25 kilometers from Port Blair Central Bus Stand. This is one of the Andaman & Nicobar Islands’ top places to visit.
Tapu is a small town with luxuriant green mangroves and calm islands. It is famous for observing birds, sunset views, panoramic views, and many oceanic colors. There are about 46 bird species, i.e. drongos, parrot-hanging, minivet scarlet, emerald dove, long-dressed and roasted parrots, white-drawn marine adults, grey-fronted and imperial pigeons.
Ross Island – Port Blair
Ross is a small island in the South Andaman district of the Andaman and Nicobar Islands, 3 km away from Port Blair. Ross is a small island. The island is now controlled by the Indian Navy and is also one of Andaman’s famous touring sites.
It was a naval surveyor called Sir Daniel Ross that named the island. In 1857, three islands around Port Blair were taken over by the British and one was Ross Island. From 1858 through 1941 this little Ross Island was under British rule the capital of the Andaman Islands. The island was shaken by an earthquake in 1941 and huge buildings collapsed because of the natural disaster. Then the British moved to Port Blair, near the island of Ross. In 1945 the British took over and subsequently abandoned the island.