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Port Blair

Andaman Islands - Port Blair
Port Blair, the only sizable town on the islands, serves as the administrative capital. The center of the town is the lively Aberdeen Bazaar. Constructed entirely of wood, it has been razed to the ground several times in the past. However, every time, reconstruction was completed in no time and is as colorful as ever. Port Blair is the transit point for anyone wishing to come down to Andaman Islands

Havelock Island

The easiest accessible island from the capital is the Havelock. Small boats leave the Phoenix Bay Harbor four times a week to Havelock, One can be escorted by a school of dolphins or spot giant sea tortoise and flying fish. Havelock, lying north of Neil is one of the islands chosen by the government to turn into a luxurious tourist destination. The coral reef here is still intact and is what makes snorkeling a great pleasure.
Andaman Islands - Havelock Island

Neil Island

Andaman Islands - Neil Island
The beautiful island with lush green forest and sandy beaches is connected by boat from Port Blair, four days a week. It provides an ideal holiday for Eco-friendly tourists. It is worth spending a few days on Neil Islands - also known as the Kitchen garden of Andaman Islands.

Baratang Island

Baratang holds the natures best treasures gifted to the Islands. Limestone caves, Active Mud Volcano, Tothatekri, Baludera Beach & Roglachang Beach are just a few of them. The Road journey from Port Blair to Baratang is through a dense jungle. It is the must-see Island for Eco Adventurers visiting Andaman Islands
Andaman Islands - Baratang Island


Mayabunder situated in northern part of Middle Andaman, it has excellent oceanic beauty and good beaches. Karmatang beach is also a turtle nesting ground . Headquarters of North Andaman, at a distance of 160kms from Port Blair and 85 kms from Rangat Islands, a must visit spot for Tutrle nesting nature lover visiting Andmaan Islands

Rangat Island

Rangat Island is a transit point for people visiting Mayabumder / Diglipur Islands via Port Blair / Havelock Islands. Rangat provides a real attraction for an ecologically conscious tourist, who can enjoy the virgin nature and breathe unpolluted air, a rare commodity for the city dweller. Cutbert Bay beach, which is is also a turtle nesting ground is just 15 kms away From the main town of Rangat

Diglipur Island

Andaman Islands - Diglipur Islands
Diglipur is situated further North of Mayabunder, it provides a rare experience of sea, sun and fun for Eco-friendly tourists. It is famous for its marine life. Ross and Smith is beautiful sandy beach which are two seperate Islands during High tide but become one during low tide ( connected by a sand bar ). Kalpong, the only river of Andaman flows here, on which the first hydroelectric project of the islands was installed. A must visit Island for Nature lovers, Beach lovers and Adventure seekers alike visiting Andaman Islands