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  • Port Blair, Andaman Nicobar Island Tour

    Affordable Tour Packages by delhitourntravels.in

    Jolly Buoy Island

    Chidiya Tapu

    Wandoor Beach

    Samudrika Marine Museum

    North Bay Island Andaman

    Red Skin Island

    Anthropological Museum

    Andaman Water Sports Complex

    Jogger's Park

    Gandhi Park

    Corbyn's Cove

    Murugan Temple

    Government Saw Mill Chatham

    Marina Park and Aquarium

    Fishery Museum

    Viper Island


    Zsi Museum

    Cellular Jail

    Ross Island

    Jolly Buoy Island

    Jolly Buoy is the Snorkeling hub of India. The best corals and sea life I have seen

    till date in crystal clear water at its shallowest. The place is a paradise on earth.

    The small island is out of a story book which you reach after an adventure

    voyage and wish to spend a lifetime upon. It is so pretty that I wish could buy it.

    Step onto one of the most beautiful beaches

    youve ever seen. Take a deep breath in. Yes,

    this is what a vacation is all about.

    There are 365 beaches in Antigua, one for

    each day of the year, but Jolly Beach Resort & Spa is blessed to be located on

    Antiguas best beach with turquoise waters and white sand stretching for a


    Jolly Beach Resort

    Jolly Beach

  • Chidiya Tapu Biological Park

    The Chidiya Tapu Biological Park (Bird Island Biological Park) came into

    existence in 2001 with the aim to conserve and study endemic and endangered

    species of animals found in the Andaman and Nicobar islands. Since then the

    park has been a centre for biodiversity and conservation where one can catch a

    glimpse of the rich fauna of the islands.

    The plan for the park has been meticulously laid out to span over 20 years and

    three phases, of which only one phase is currently open to public.

    A green and dense jungle like environment cleverly recreates the natural habitat

    of the animals here. Sprawled over 40 hectares, the park is covered with a

    variety of plant, right from the majestic Mahuas to the exquisite Padauks. While

    walking through this jungle, one would be able to catch a glimpse of a variety of

    birds flying around freely. Other than birds you could spot wild pigs as well as

    barking deer and spotted deer. Those fascinated with reptiles would enjoy the

    saltwater crocodile spotting.

    The future phases will see the park housing an aquarium, insectariums, a reptile

    house, butterfly house and a walk in Aviary. It sure is something to look forward to.

    Wandoor Beach

    Situated 25kms east of Port Blair, Wandoor beach is famous amongst tourists

    and locals alike. The picturesque scenery of the beach makes it ideal for

    swimming and coral sighting. With clean blue water contrasting beautifully

    against the dried trees, this beach is also equipped with neatly constructed

    benches and changing rooms for your convenience. The trees, uprooted during

    the 2006 Tsunami, make for scenic pictures.

    If youre the adventure junkie, then a short

    trek to the natural caves here is just the

    thing for you. The caves, formed over decades, have been carved by fierce high

    tides that surround the beach. The challenging trek is best taken up in the

    morning because the tides are low and youre able to get back by early evening.

    Overall, the calm and beautiful scenes of Wandoor beach are worth a visit for a

    soothing experience with the cave trek adding just the right amount of


    Chidiya Tapu

    Biological Park Chidiya Tapu

    Wandoor Beach

    Wandoor_ Beach

  • Samudrika Marine Museum

    History, Geography, anthropology, . and the beautiful marine life ! No other

    place brings together all of these aspects of the Andaman Islands as well as

    Samudrika , the Naval Marine Museum.

    The museum has been thoughtfully divided into five different rooms, each of

    them showcasing a different facet of the Andaman Islands. A massive blue

    whale, in its skeletal form of course, greets you as you enter the museum.

    Did you know that Andaman apparently has been named after Lord Hanuman or

    Handuman as they refer to him here? From its name to how it came to be

    formed, the first room deals with the geographical history of the islands.

    The second and third rooms will be quite a delight for the young and the old

    alike. An aquarium in the second room is teeming with fishes of all shapes and

    sizes, from a parrot fish to the rare and venomous species of stone fish. The

    third room on the other hand exhibits corals, which the islands are quite

    famous for. In addition to learning more about these beautiful marine

    formations, one can also know about the sites to spot them. A fourth room

    houses an extensive display of shells. Thus giving one a complete sense of the

    marine life of the Andamans.

    As important as the marine life is to the Andamans, one cant leave the

    museum without visiting the fifth room. Here one will find information about the tribal life in the islands along

    with a display of interesting specimens of snakes and butterflies. You should visit the curio shop in case you want

    to take back a few souvenirs of your trip here.

    North Bay Island Andaman

    Located nearer to Phoenix jetty of Port Blair, this beach is also very famous for

    under water corals. Snorkeling and scuba diving is available. All sort os facilities

    are available for the people like food, clothes for rent, lockers, huts for taking

    rest etc... The one day package trip includes North Bay, Viper Island and Ross

    Island. Some travelers prefer to stay more time in North Bay to enjoy the sea

    corals through snorkeling and scuba diving. Normal trip package goes with Viper

    island first, North bay next and Ross island last. Unlike Jolly buoy and Red skin

    beaches, the crowd in North Bay coral beach is more. People come here in large

    number because of the facilities available to enjoy the beach play. Locker

    almirahs arrangement is available to store the valuables inside. There are huts to take shelter for those who don't

    want to play in the beach.

    Samudrika Marine Museum

    Museum Samudrika Marine

    North Bay Island Anaman

  • Red Skin Island

    Red Skin Island and Jolly Buoy Island lie next to each other and boast of rich

    under water marine life.

    Usually, tourists go to Jolly Buoy in the peak season but as rainy season

    approaches, the weather makes the commute difficult as Jolly Buoy falls in

    open sea area and then the tourists are taken to Red Skin Island.

    I happened to go to Red Skin during one of such times when the weather was

    not good for going to Jolly Buoy so our operator took us to Red Skin instead.

    Yes, even though I live here, I also travel by tour agents just to have a taste of our tourism department works here.

    And like many of the tourists who spend thousands to have a vacation here, I was disappointed too.

    As we approached Red Skin, I could see a small island, very small Island with a very narrow beach. On that narrow

    yet white sandy beach, I could see hundreds of tourists standing on the beach and hundreds playing in the sea. My

    heart thumped at the sight. I did not step out of my boat as I could see that there was barely some space on the

    beach to stand!

    Anthropological Museum

    Andaman and Nicobar Islands Anthropological Museum, which is located at the

    Phoenix Bay, displays facts about the local tribes of the region. The museum was

    established in the year 1975. It is one of its kind museum that displays facts

    about the four Negroid tribes of the Andaman Islands and two Mongloid tribes

    of the Nicobar Islands.

    The main articles that are displayed at the Anthropological Museum in Andaman

    and Nicobar Islands are the various handicrafts, tools, arts and crafts,

    implements, photographs, etc., that dates back to the era of reign of the above

    listed tribes. There are many other items kept for display that reflect the cultural

    beliefs and traditions of the tribes of Andaman and Nicobar islands.

    The four Negroid tribes of the Andaman on whom the Anthropological Museum

    of Andaman and Nicobar Islands displays the various facts are Onges,

    Sentinelese, Jarawas and Andamanese. The two Mongloid tribes of Nicobar

    Islands are the Shompens and Nicobarese.

    The Anthropological Museum at Andaman and Nicobar Islands houses various

    photographs which showcase the living style of the above listed tribal people.

    Apart from the photographs, the museum also houses models made up of clay

    that display the types of houses, utensils, ornaments, equipments, clothes, etc.

    used by these tribes.

    You can visit Anthropological Museum at any time of the year. The museum remains closed on Mondays and

    Tuesdays. Go and check out the lifestyles of the ancient tribes who can still be located deep inside the islands of

    Andaman and Nicobar.

    Red Skin Island

    Anthropological Museum

    Museum Anthropological

  • Andaman Water Sports Complex

    Andaman Water Sports Complex is a well known sports complex in India. The

    unique sports complex offers many adventurous water sports activities. It is

    located close to the Cellular Jail and Aberdeen Bazar in the north-west Port


    It offers all kinds of water sports facilities for comfortable and enjoyable

    experiences. Sail boats, Para sailing, water scooters, rowing boats, kayaks,

    paddle boats, and water skiing facilities are available in plenty here in this

    complex. Outboard boat facilities make this complex dynamic afternoon.

    Travelers could boat up to Ross Islands from this complex, which is really an

    exciting experience.

    A marvelous monument, built to honor the historical fight Battle of Aberdeen, fought between the Britishers and

    Andamans Aboriginals in 1859 add to the beauty of this region. There is an artificial waterfall as well, which is a

    great attraction among the visitors. A children park and Marina Park adjacent to this place adds to the serene


    Jogger's Park

    Joggers Park is one of the highest points in Port Blair. It provides a

    panoramic view of the Port Blair in the landscape mode, which gives an

    excellent perspective of the area. Witness the city of Port Blair basking

    in the Sunset while enjoying the cool, breezy winds, of course. A must

    see for visitors in the evening.

    Gandhi Park

    This beautiful park at Port Blair has facilities like amusement rides,

    safe water sports and nature trail around the lake, garden, restaurant

    and historic remains like Japanese Temple as well as a bunker. The

    erstwhile Dilthaman tank, which was the only source of drinking water

    to Port Blair, and the area around it has been developed into Gandhi

    Park in an unbelievably short time of 13 days. Entry free Open on all

    days of the week.

    Andaman Water Sports Complex

    Joggers Park

    Gandhi Park Port Blair

  • Corbyns Cove Beach

    This picture shows the aerial view of Corbyn's cove beach area in Andaman.

    Nearer to this beach, resorts of both government and private are availabe.

    This beach is very nearer to the main city Port Blair in Andaman and Nicobar

    Islands. Most of the water sport facilities are available here. All kind of

    arrangements for visitors are also available. A small restaurant and a hotel is

    available nearby for refreshments and food also. If one wants lunch or dinner,

    the hotel people are to be informed in advance for menu. Restaurant is

    available nearer to Government resort. The hotel is approximately 1 Km away.

    The private resorts are called Ripple resorts. Very good South Indian meal is served in these resorts (sometimes

    made to order). These resorts are 15Kms away from Port Blair Ariport. If options are available for traveller to stay

    in these resorts, better consider it seriously. Sun rise at Corbyn cove beach is just unforgettable.

    Sri Vetrimalai Murugan Temple

    Shri Murugan temple in Port Blair is beautiful, a very clean and well

    maintained place. It is the most famous temple of Port Blair city. This holiest

    religious spot, therefore, is clearly marked in all tourists list. Folks from

    various parts of Andamans visit here for a dekko at the deity here. It is sure

    that a prayer at this ancient temple in Port Blair will take you back to the days

    long gone. Devotees are allowed to visit the temple from 5:00 am to 12:00 pm

    in morning and from 4:00 pm to 9:00 pm in the evening. Around 30 minutes

    are required to visit Shri Murugan temple.

    Government Saw Mill Chathamn

    The legacy of Chatham began in the year 1789, when Lt. Archibald Blair landed

    here with the aim to establish a Naval Base. He started the survey from

    Chatham Island for establishing the British footholds in the Islands. Thus, Port

    Blair became the starting point of various activities to develop the Islands as a

    safe place to deport hard-core convicts and to develop the Harbour base. The

    100 mtrs long Chatham Bridge connects Port Blair with Chatham Island. This

    historic bridge was initially constructed out of timber. Later, it was renovated

    to a modern bridge with concrete structures, which exists today.

    Situated inside Chatham Saw Mill, this museum offers an insight into forest

    activities through scale models and displays decorative pieces made of famous woods like Padauk, Marble,

    Peauma, Gurjan, Satin Wood, etc., Open on all working days. It is closed on Sundays. Timing: 9.00 AM to 3.00 PM

    The tiny Island of Chatham Located near the Port Blair town, about 5 km from the Air Port at 11 41' N Latitude and

    9243' E Longitude with an area of 7.3 ha has enough to share in the backdrop of the colonial legacy and the

    history that shaped the Andaman & Nicobar Islands.

    Corbyns Cove beach

    Sri Venrimalai Murugan Temple

    Government Saw Mill Chatham

  • Marina Park and Aquarium

    Marina Park and Aquarium is a prime attraction in Andaman and Nicobar

    Islands. It is located in the unspoiled seashore close proximity to Water

    Sports Complex. The local inhabitants and the visiting tourists use this park

    for spending their valuable evenings by enjoying the natures gifts of pristine

    beauty, stunning sea waves and lush green vegetation.

    Marina Park and Aquarium is a prime attraction in Andaman and Nicobar

    Islands. It is located in the unspoiled seashore close proximity to Water

    Sports Complex. The local inhabitants and the visiting tourists use this park

    for spending their valuable evenings by enjoying the natures gifts of pristine beauty, stunning sea waves and lush

    green vegetations. The Aquarium is praise worthy place enclosing much marine life including various kinds of sea

    fishes and turtles. A childrens park with many facilities for kids enjoyment, a toy train and many other

    amusement facilities make this park a much sought picnic spot.

    Fisheries Museum

    Fisheries Museum is in Port Blair City and is situated in the Shadipur via JNRM

    (Government College) route. It is surrounded by Marina Park, Andaman Water

    Sports Complex, and Childrens Traffic Park, within 1.5 kms from Port Blair Bus

    Terminus. It exhibits species of marine life peculiar to the Islands and found in

    the Indo-Pacific and Bay of Bengal. Over 350 species of marine life have been

    very carefully preserved in this Museum. Now a days even the local

    population (means the people who are living in Port Blair City) visit the


    Fisheries Museum is in Port Blair City and is situated in the Shadipur via JNRM

    (Government College) route. It is surrounded by Marina Park, Andaman Water Sports Complex, and Childrens

    Traffic Park, within 1.5 kms from Port Blair Bus Terminus. It exhibits species of marine life peculiar to the Islands

    and found in the Indo-Pacific and Bay of Bengal. Over 350 species of marine life have been very carefully preserved

    in this Museum. Now a days even the local population (means the people who are living in Port Blair City) visit the


    Viper Island

    Viper Island is very near to Port Blair and was the site of the old Jail where the

    British used to harbor convicts and political prisoners Viper Island is a serene

    beautiful tourist destination and can be approached by harbor cruise

    originating from Aberdeen Jetty in Port Blair. This place is visited by number of

    tourists as it has multiple attractions with historical importance and also has

    mesmerizing picnic spots with natural picturesque environments.

    This Island was part of the great Indian independence history and had

    witnessed the sufferings and sacrifices of Indian national involved in freedom struggle.

    This small island derives its name from the vessel `Viper' in which Lt. Archibald Blair came to Andaman and Nicobar

    Islands in 1789. The vessel, it is believed, met with an accident and its wreckage was found near the island.

    Marin Park and Aquarium

    Fisheries Museum

    Viper Island

  • Mini Zoo

    This is actually an attraction for children of these islands. Here there is no

    chance of seeing wild animals or even some rare pet animals. The Mini Zoo fills

    up the gap and satisfies the wants of the local people, particularly the children.

    Mini Zoo is situated in Port Blair and is about 2.5 kms, from Port Blair on the

    Chatham route. Tourists are specially fascinated by the beautiful birds here.

    Some of them are Nicobar Pigeons, Emerald Dove, Megapode, Black Mynas,

    Imperial Pigeons, Parakeets, Andaman Cuckoos, Nicobar Cuckoos and Teals etc.

    A group of deers with marvelous horns has been enchanting the tourists here.

    The salt-water crocodile-rearing farm is a special fascination too. Timing to visit

    this mini zoo is from 7 am to 12 noon and from 1 pm to 5 pm on all working

    days. Inside the zoo, the administration constructed a small childrens play park with a rest halt facilities. Tourists

    visiting this place spend an entire day here and relax.

    Zsi Museum (Zoological Survey of India)

    The Zsi Museum is under the Zoological Survey of India and has a wide range

    of animals and insect species. Various sponges, corals from the sea, insects of

    the Andaman and other rare and extinct species can be found.

    The Zsi Museum is located near the Andaman Teal House and has a research

    library for bird lovers, aquatic life enthusiasts and forest insect researchers

    In the same building as Zoological Survey of India office, this museum gives you

    a sneak-peek into the diverse variety of flora and fauna that Andaman is home

    to. In addition to marine life, the museum houses other mammals, reptiles and

    birds quite characteristic of the islands.

    Cellular Jail

    The Cellular Jail, also known as Kala Pani situated in the Andaman and Nicobar

    Islands (India). The prison was known to house many notable Indian activists

    during the struggle for India's independence. The Cellular Jail is one of the

    murkiest chapters in the history of the colonial rule in India. The construction of

    the prison started in 1896 and was completed in 1906. But the history of using

    the Andaman Island as a prison dates back to the Indian rebellion of 1857. The

    bricks used to build the building were brought from Burma, known today as

    Myanmar. The penal settlement established in Andaman by the British after the

    First War of Independence in 1857 was the beginning of the agonizing story of freedom fighters in the massive and

    awful jails at Viper Island followed by the Cellular Jail. The patriots who raised their voice against the British Raj

    were sent to this Jail, where many perished.

    The cellular jail, so known due to its isolated cells, was spread across seven wings, of which only three wings

    remain today. The well-painted building with its green gardens is quite a contrast to what one might imagine a site

    of many unspoken tortures would look like.

    Only on a visit to this place can one understand why this prison had been turned into national memorial. It is a long

    standing reminder that the freedom we so casually carry is a gift to us by these courageous men.

    MIni Zoo

    Zsi Museum

  • Ross Island

    The Ross Island is controlled by the Indian navy, which requires every visitor to

    sign in on entering. It was during the British rule that the island was developed

    to a perfect township. Many reminiscent of old British regime are still alive in

    this stunning Island.

    The Ross Island is about 2 km east of Port Blair and can be reached by a short

    boat ride from Phoenix Bay Jetty. The island presently houses the ruins of old

    buildings like Ballroom, Chief Commissioner's House, Govt. House, Church,

    Hospital, Bakery, Press, Swimming Pool and Troop Barracks, all in dilapidated

    condition, reminiscent of the old British regime.

    Ever since Dr. James Pattison Walker arrived in Port Blair aboard the East India

    Company's steam frigate 'Senuramis' on 10 March 1858, this island remained

    under British occupation till 1942. From 1942 to 1945, the island was under the

    occupation of Japanese. However, the allies reoccupied the island in 1945 and

    later abandoned it. During British occupation, this island was the seat of power

    of the British.

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