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Things To Do In Port Blair
Corbyn's Cove Beach
Corbyn's Cove beach- the coconut-palm fringed beach in Port Blair town is ideal for swimming and sun-basking. Facilities like washrooms, changing room, adventure water-sports are available here. Historical remains like Japanese Bunkers can be seen on the way to this beach. Corbyn's Cove is open on all days and no entry tickets are required.
The Cellular Jail, also known as Kālā Pānī, was a British colonial prison in the Andaman and Nicobar Islands. The prison was used by the colonial government of India for the purpose of exiling criminals and political prisoners. The Sound & Light Show at Cellular Jail is a major highlight here and is highly informative. It gives you a glimpse of India’s struggle for freedom. It is a must-watch when you are in Port Blair.
Ross Island, officially known as Netaji Subhas Chandra Bose Island, is an island of the Andaman Islands. The island is situated 3 km east from central Port Blair. The old British historic ruins are a tourist attraction. The whole experience is even more mesmerising with it's protected forest which is a sanctuary of a variety of birds and animals including peacocks and deer, that present an amazing experience for people who love to walk around and enjoy their time in the lap of nature under the shade of tall tropical trees.Ross Island also offers a light and sound show. It depicts the various historical events that took place on the islands.
North Bay Island
North Bay beach which is north of Port Blair provides snorkelling opportunities around its fringing coral reefs. Private ferry service takes you from Aberdeen Jetty across North Bay and brings back after a three hour stay. The corals at North Bay are spread over a large area. During snorkelling, one can spot many species of fish, lobsters and even clams on the coral reef. The iconic light house of North is a must visit as it gives a picturesque view of Port Blair.
Chidiyatapu & Munda Pahaar
Chidiya Tapu is famously known as the sunset point in Port Blair, is around 30 km and a cab ride will take you around an hour to reach here. The beach is usually open from 10 am to 5 pm and visitors are warned not to swim here as alligators have often been spotted there. The trek to Munda Pahad is surely one of the best things to do in Port Blair. The trail is very well defined and there’s no need for a guide. It is easy to follow without any turns and bifurcations.
The Wandoor Beach is located 25 KMs from the Airport and is one of the major attractions in Port Blair. It comes under the Mahatma Gandhi Marine National Park area along with several other attractions. The beach is surrounded by a vast variety of fauna, which covers it from three sides. It itself is located at a remote place, which had to be reached by driving through lone roads that take you through the forests.
Mount Harriet is the highest peak in South Andaman Island and the second-highest peak in the whole of the Andaman Islands. Mount Harriet is situated in Port Blair, the capital city of the Andaman Islands. Mount Harriet Forest National Park was initially a reserve forest which was later converted into a national park in 1979. It is among the best places to spend some time amidst nature, also considered to be a great picnic spot for the islanders. The park is a combination of Tropical Evergreen Forest, Hilltop Tropical Evergreen and Littoral Forests.
Baratang Island lies 90 kilometres from the capital city, Port Blair. Grand Andaman Trunk Road is the gateway to enter Northern Andamans, and one can reach the island via the same. The 2.5-hour-long journey splits into two phases- Port Blair to Jirkatang and Jirkatang to Bartang. Travellers can either choose government/private buses from the terminal or hire a taxi from the airport. The road cuts through a jungle that is home to the indigenous Jarawa tribe when travelling to Baratang from Jirkatang hence the vehicles are required to leave in convoys.
For all those interested in knowing about the life and times of the tribes of the Islands, the Anthropological Museum is the place to visit. The museum has on display various articles like handicrafts, tools, arts and crafts, implements, photographs and clothing that date back to the era of prominence of these native tribes. It goes on to display models of clay and hay to better describe the houses, utensils, ornaments and equipment used by them.
Andaman & Nicobar Specialities
Every part of India has some speciality to take home, so does Andaman islands! If you are looking to purchase interesting souvenirs particular to the islands, here are a list of items one can take home along with the memories.