Attractions in Andaman Island

Havelock Island

Havelock island is a beautiful natural paradise on Earth and is a complete visual treat for the tourists. It encompasses white sandy pristine beaches with blue sea water, palm trees, rich coral reefs, dense lush tropical forests, and marine life. Some of the major locales in this island includes Radhanagar beach, Kalapather beach, Elephant beach, Moon cafe and more. The pristine white coastlines adorned with rain-fed tropical forests entices more and more travelers to this amazing island. All these beaches are renowned for their paradisaical beauty and are ideal for adrenaline rush water sports, scuba diving, sun bathing, sea-walking, snorkelling etc. The underwater snorkelling adventure is extremely sought-after here among the tourists for exploring vibrant algae, sea anemones, octopus, and plankton.

Tourists can also take a joyride on the island by taking elephant rides, do bird watching in the lush tropical rain forest and mangrove trees and the prominent among them are white-headed mynas, woodpeckers, olive-backed sunbirds etc. Another popular activity is game fishing with a plethora of seas around. Fishing equipment and boats can be availed easily by the travel junkies for the purpose of fishing.

Corbyn's Cove

Corbyn's Cove is one of the popular beaches in Andaman islands with nature lovers and travel enthusiasts visiting it all year around. The beach abounds in coconut palm trees. The beach offers plenty of excitement and fun-filled activities for the travelers and that includes taking part in jet skiing or a motor scooters in the pristine sea water, dining out at a fine restaurant situated on the beach, find a cozy accommodation in some of the best sea resorts located near the beach and bask in nature's plenty. All these things makes Corbyn's Cove beach an absolute crowd puller.

Neil Island

Neil Island is a busy locale and a sought-after tourist attraction with white sandy beaches and dense canopy of tropical rain forests. The island is tranquil and eco-friendly and is ideal to spend a peaceful holiday. Sitapur, Bharatpur, and Laxmanpur are some of the renowned beaches of Neil island. Snorkelling and scuba diving are some adventurous activities that you can indulge in.

Jolly Buoy Island

Endowed with irresistible appeal and grandeur, Jolly Buoy Island is a visual treat for everyone travelling to Andaman island for a vacation. Jolly Buoy Island is an exciting island boasting of crystal clear sea beach and marine coral reefs. Situated very close to it almost at its heart is Mahatma Gandhi Marine National Park which is another special place of tourist attraction.

Wandoor Beach

Wandoor Beach is a very famous scenic beach situated approximately 29kms west of Port Blair. The best feature of the beach is that the Mahatma Gandhi Marine National Park is located very close to it. The park is special where marine world can be explored vividly. There is also an auditorium in the park along with seas, creeks and islands. You can ride on glass bottom boats to get the best panorama of the marine life and corals. Snorkeling can be best done here.

Cellular Jail

The Cellular Jail was established in the year 1906 in Port Blair as a mark of tribute to the freedom fighters who were confined here. The place is steeped in history and stands as a silent witness to the ordeals suffered by the freedom fighters.

Baratang Island

Baratang Island is a relatively unexplored and secluded island despite being the gateway to North and Middle Andaman. The island is enriched with several natural wonders including Limestone caves, Parrot island, mangrove forests and Mud Volcanoes. All these are preferred and adventurous tourist locales.


Diglipur is a sought-after tourist destination in Andaman with majestic attractions like Saddle Peak, River Kalpong and Ross &Smith islands. The gem green sea waters of Ross & Smith islands enclosed by dense tropical forests sets the perfect background for water sports and trekking among the adventure seekers. The islands are separated by a natural sandbar.

Mount Harriet

Mount Harriet is the highest peak in South Andaman and is renowned for its matchless flora and fauna. The green canopy all around attracts different species of exotic birds, so if you are a bird lover, Mount Harriet is the place that you should visit. You can also watch numerous species of butterflies here. From the great elevation of the peak, you can also catch a vivid glimpse of Port Blair, Havelock islands and more.

Chidiyatapu Beach

Famous for its gorgeous sunset, thick mangrove jungles, rainforests, and broad vistas of the Cinque island, Chidiyatapu Beach has distinctly become the best tourist hotspot for the adventure lovers. The lovely sunset is observed after the sun dips beneath the mountainous skyline. Here you can spot 46 varieties of exotic endemic birds, deer, and dazzling views of the sea. There is a biological park too which is an added attraction. It is also popularly known as “ Sunset Point” and “Bird Island”.


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