Managed by the Indian Navy… the Samudrika Naval Marine Museum gives you a complete knowledge about the history and geography of Andaman and Nicobar group of islands along with beautiful corals and fishes.
A cruise along the Austin Creek is a must for environmental enthusiasts. The voyage through the evergreen mangrove fringed creek… lets the traveller to get acquainted with the exotic flora and fauna all around that includes several species of birds and crocodiles.
Named after the third highest point in Andaman and Nicobar Islands, Mount Harriet… the Mount Harriet National Park is known for its Andaman wild pigs, saltwater crocodiles, turtles, Tytler’s leaf warbler and robber crab. The park covers an area of approximately 47 square kilometers which is covered with a dense tropical moist montane forest.
Covering approximately 282 square kilometers and dotted with 15 small islands, the Mahatma Gandhi Marine National Park is home to some of the endangered marine species including the sea turtles.Not to be missed.
One of the closest beaches from Port Blair that is dipped in natural beauty, the Corbyn’s Cove beach is the most visited beaches in Andaman and is popular for several water sports and activities like jet skiing, scuba diving, snorkeling, and glass bottom cruises....
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Avis Island Beach, Mayabunder .It is a small and marooned beach that is located in the uninhabited Avis Island, known for coconut plantation… some 30 minutes by boat ride from Mayabunder Jetty. The beach provides a serene atmosphere, and although it is not an ideal beach for swimming it still makes for a good excursion.
The Raman Bageecha beach leaps out from the dense grove making it an ideal beach to relax and enjoy the seizing ocean breeze and eye catching horizon. The beach can be accessed by foot after a few minutes’ drive from Rangat Jetty.