Bharatpur Beach is famous for its water-sport activities such as Scuba Diving, Snorkeling, Speed Boat Rides, Jet Skies, Banana and Glass-Bottom Boat Rides in Shaheed Dweep. There are stores available to get some snacks, tender coconuts to keep your energy up throughout the fun-filled and excitement of your time on this beach.
Bharatpur Beach is located around 500 meters from Neil Island jetty. It is one of the famous and most visited places for tourists/travelers because of its fun-filled activities.
Bharatpur Beach is free for everyone and it opens at 8 AM and closes at 5 PM.
Categories: Destination, Neil Island (Shaheed Dweep)
Joggers Park is a nice place to visit and is recommended for honeymooners and families who like to be in a quiet and peaceful place to relax their time and enjoy the garden in the evening time.
Wandoor Beach is located near the small village Wandoor which can be reached from the Port Blair STS bus terminal. It’s also the entry to the Mahatma Gandhi Marine National Park and famous for a cave formed by high tides surrounding the beach, beautiful sunsets and coral sightings.
Cellular Jail is located near the main city, Port Blair. You can reach there with multiple transportation options available such as buses, taxis and autos at all times. It’s open for tourists with nominal charges at the entrance and you can also get a guide at the entrance, they will explain to you the rare facts and stories about the jail so that you don’t miss out on anything important about the place. Cellular Jail was earlier called a “Kalapaani” because all around the jail was covered by the sea and hence no prisoner could ever try to escape.
Water sports Complex
Rajiv Gandhi Water sports complex is located at a distance of 6 miles from Port Blair and can be reached in about half an hour by car and very close to the bus stop. Families, locals and tourists enjoy this place with numerous joyous activities such as Glass Bottom Boat, Speed Boat Ride, Parasailing, Sofa Ride, Banana Ride, Jet Ski Ride and Kayaking. Also at a nominal cost which is the best part of it.
Nature Park and Interpretation Centre at Haddo in Port Blair are famous for the habitat of the tropical orchids. So far about 140 species of orchids and ferns have been identified from the Andaman. It also includes tree-ferns whose origin can be traced back to the Jurassic era. A wooden sculpture of a mother and child, made out of the trunk of a singlePadauk tree shows nature as a mother who lovingly nurtures all her creation.
Carbyns Scove Beach
The stunning Corbyn's Cove beach is just 85 miles away from the main city and can be easily reached within 20 minutes. This beach is famous for its crystal clear water and for enjoying water sports activities. It’s only nearest to Cellular Jail from Port Blair because it doesn't have any transport facility such as bus, flight, taxis or train.
The Anthropological Museum is an intense hobby for curious travelers who're eager to understand approximately the Andaman Island tribes and their manner of residing. It is majestically depicted withinside the diverse sections of the museum. It summarizes in a totally exciting way a variety of insights concerning the 4 very enigmatic tribal groups dwelling withinside the archipelago because of centuries. The Jarawas, Sentinelese, Great Andamanese and Onges are of intense interest to the civilized global as they had been capable of keeping their primitive approaches of dwelling down for a long time without being struck by the modernity of the relaxation of the international. This museum capably showcases the essence of the way of life and traditions of the important tribes residing in Andaman.
Chatham Saw Mill
Chatham Saw Mill is one of the oldest sawmills located at Chatham Island which is around 11 km from Port Blair and inaugurated in the year 1883 with the primary goal to meet the local requirements of saw and timber for the construction works. Chatham Saw Mill Museum has an exquisite collection of wood-work and carvings that shows the excellence of craftsmanship and the everlasting history of the largest sawmill in the whole of Asia. It’s open for tourists from 8 am to 2:30 pm on all days, except Sundays
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