Radhanagar Beach,Havelock

Radhanagar Beach,Havelock Island

Radha Nagar Beach, located around 5 km from Havelock Island is one of the most popular attractions of the Island and is reachable through roadway. Earned "Best Beach in Asia" in 2004, this beach is also referred to as Beach no. 7. The beach is extremely gorgeous with its brilliant, pristine and blue water. Walking on the pristine sands along the shore, one can hear the sound of waves gently splashing against the beach.It is a perfect place to enjoy the beautiful sunset. Besides, tourists can indulge swimming and snorkeling to experience the wonderful world of underwater.

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Ross Island

Ross Island

Ross-Island was the administrative headquarters of the Andaman and Nicobar Islands before 1941. The island is an ideal tourist destination in the Andaman and is situated about 2 km east of Port Blair. The island can be reached by a short boat ride from Phoenix Bay Jetty.

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Jolly Buoy

Tourist Spots in Jolly Buoy Island offers an amazing view of underwater coral and marine life. Glass bottom boats help to take a closer look at the coral colonies. Jolly Buoy Island is located about 50 km from Port Blair in Andaman and Nicobar Islands.

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Cellular Jail

Cellular Jail,National Memorial

The Cellular Jail situated in the Andaman and Nicobar Islands India was completed in 1906. The prison was known to house many notable Indian activists during the struggle for India's independence. The Cellular jail, completed in the year 1906 acquired the name "CELLULAR" because it is entirely made up on individual cells for the solitary confinement of the prisoners. The jail, now a place of pilgrimage for all freedom loving people, has declared as a National Memorial.

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Carbyns Cove

Carbyns Cove

Corbyns cove beach is situated 7 kms from Port Blair. This coconut- palm fringed beach, is ideal for swimming, surfing and sun- basking . This is the only beach within the city a very short distance, one can enjoy the distant ross island, cool sea breeze and kaleidoscopic view of blue waters.the complex has restaurant and bar

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Ramnagar Beach

Ramnagar Beach

A view of the speactacular beach at Ramnagar,which falls under the Kalighat range is an Eco Tourism hotsot in this part of the world,providing anyone visiting with an opportunity of beach combing,seeing turtles and their nestling,hatchery,following nature tails,staying in the eco friendly huts,walking through Cycas and Pandanas groves facing cliffs and moreover,enjoying the calm natural ambience of the almost secluded tropical beach atmosphere.

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Chidyatapu

Chidyatapu

Chidiya Tapu is a tiny fishing village situated at the southern most tip of South Andaman Island. It is about 25 km from Port Blair in Andaman District. Dotted with green mangroves and peaceful forest, it is a perfect place for nature lovers. The place is also famous for its 46 varieties of endemic birds, white spotted deer and seasonal orchids. This village has earned the name, Bird Island. Chidiya Tapu Biological Park, Chidiya Tapu Beach, and the Sylvan Sands and Munda Pahar beaches are the prime attractions.

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Samudrika

Samudrika Naval Marine Museum

The Samudrika Naval Maritime Museum, Andaman & Nicobar Islands features the marine richness of the region. The significant marine treasure, corals are found in plenty in this region. You can get to see some of the major coral items at the Samudrika Naval Maritime Museum in Andaman & Nicobar Islands. This place exhibits a complete collection of corals found in this island. The Samudrika Naval Maritime Museum of Andaman & Nicobar Islands is maintained by the Indian Navy.

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Viper Island

Viper Island

The Britishers used to harbour convicts here. The first jail was constructed here which was abandoned after the construction of Cellular Jail. It has a gallows atop a hillock, where condemned prisoners were hanged. Sher Ali, who killed Lord Mayo, the Viceroy of India in 1872, was also hanged here

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