Port Blair, the capital of the Union Territory of Andaman and Nicobar Islands, is the base camp to discover the closets of Andaman. The city, fondly called “veritable garden of Eden” is famous for its history, and incredible natural beauty.

By choosing Andaman Discover as your travel agency, you can enjoy unlimited fun and the most of Port Blair attractions easily. It is hundred percent genuine and good for all kinds of travel needs.

The must-see destinations in and around Port Blair are:

Carbyn’s cave beaches: located in six km. east from Port Blair, ideal for swimming, sunbathing and enjoying the sunset. Nearby attractions are ‘Japanese bunker’ and the ‘scuba-diving’ in the ‘Snake Island’.

North Bay beach: the beach with the lighthouse which even printed on the note of INR 20 is famous for its coral reef, snorkeling and the sea-walk.

Chidiya Tappu: is famous for birding, enjoying sunset, bird’s-eye view of the unending beauty of the sea, the Biological Park, etc.

Mundapahar beach & Mundapahar Trek: around 1.5 km. trekking adventure will lead you to the amazing view of Cinque Island through the woods, incredible 180⁰-view of the islands alongside. This eco-friendly beach is also famous as the picnic spot.

Wandoor Beach & Mahatma Gandhi Marine National Park: very popular for its exotic beauty, gateway of the Mahatma Gandhi Marine National Park (MGMNP), located in 29 km. west from Port Blair. One must visit the Marine Interpretation Centre, another pride of the island.

Cellular Jail –National Memorial: the Port Blair tour will remain unaccomplished without visiting the Cellular Jail, the symbol of the British atrocities and the paramount of the indomitable spirits of the freedom struggle. A glimpse of the jail museum and the Light and Sound Show will make you visualize the past virtually.

The Ross Island: it remained exclusive inhabitation of the British. In 1941, Japan had occupied and turned it into a “POW Site”. The ruins of the British settlements are abundant here. The Light and Sound show is organized to narrate the history except Wednesday.

Mt. Harriet: highest peak (365 m.) of south Andaman, was the summer headquarter of the British chief commissioner, named after Harriet, wife of Col. R C Tytler, is now famous birding site and biosphere reserve.

Anthropological Museum: started sampling of the tribes of the Jarwas, Sentenelese, Great Andamanese, Onges, Nicobarese and the Shompens since 1975-76.

Other major attractions are, Chatham Saw Mill, Gandhi Park, Madhuban, Collinpur, Cinque Island, Sagarika, Samudrika, Mini Zoo, Sippighat Agricultural Farm, Science Centre and Rajiv Gandhi Water Sports Complex, Fisheries Museum, Zoological Survey of India Museum, etc. Enjoy a memorable Port Blair tour with Andaman Discover.

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