Once, the headquarters of the British officials, today Ross Island is a popular tourist attraction in Andaman. There are regular ferry services available to take the tourists to and fro from the Island.
Chatham Saw Mill
Built in 1836, the Chatham Saw Mill is one of the oldest saw mills in the entire Asia. Milling operations for Padauk, Gurjan, Marble, Satinwood etc. are still carried out in the vicinity.
Havelock Island is famous for its charming beaches, out of which the Radhanagar Beach is the most popular. It was even declared to be ‘one of the Best Beaches In Asia” by Time in 2004. Elephanta Beach is another popular beach on the island. One can enjoy activities like scuba diving, snorkeling, etc. on these islands.
Port Blair is the shopping hub on the Islands; tourists can buy souvenirs like corals, seashells, shell jewellery, tortoise shells, palm mats, coconut products like lamps, bowls, etc.
Lush green forest and sandy beaches make this island a popular tourist spot. Activities like camping, snorkeling and scuba diving can be enjoyed by tourists.
Water Sports Complex
This is an ideal destination for those looking forward to indulge in water sports activities like Water-skiing, Sail boats, Windsurfing, Speed Boating, etc. It is a popular spot visited by locals and tourists both.
The beach at Lalaji Bay is very popular with tourists and locals alike. Visitors can enjoy a walk through the lovely forest patch or the coconut plantations. One can enjoy activities like trekking, swimming and snorkeling here.
Some of the popular attractions on this island include the Limestone caves, Active Mud Volcano, and the mangroves. Parrot Island is a must visit spot for bird lovers. Nature lovers will enjoy the road journey from Port Blair to Baratang that includes going through a dense rainforest. Activities to be enjoyed include trekking, jungle walk and speed boat ride.
The turtle nesting ground at Cutbert Bay beach is the popular attraction. Other highlights include dense tropical forests, and mangrove creeks.
Located in the heart of Port Blair city, the Anthropological Museum offers a glimpse into the lives of the indigenous tribals that live on the Islands. There is a well-maintained library that includes books that offer an insight into the tribal culture; moreover one can also view tribal artifacts e.g boats, weapons, baskets, clothing, photographs, models and records of exploratory expeditions undertaken in the past.