Places To Visit in Port Blair

  • Cellular Jail or Kala Pani

    Cellular Jail or Kala Pani

    Built in 1906, Cellular Jail is drenched in colonial and political history. Indian freedom fighters were jailed and gruesomely executed by the British in these confines. What fascinates and disturbs you at the same time is the overall architecture and the extremely small and suffocating jail cells.

    Monument Museum
  • Mount Harriet

    Mount Harriet

    At 1,200 feet, it is the highest point in South Andamans and is 15 kilometres from Port Blair. From Mount Harriet, you can see outstanding views of the Havelock and Ross Islands. We recommend that you hire a guide if you decide to take the nature trail from the Harriet ...

    Parks and Gardens Places to see around
  • Corbyn's Cove

    Corbyn's Cove

    Seven kilometers from Port Blair is the ideal spot for sunbathing and water sports – Corbyn’s Cove. Lined with coconut and palm trees, the beach is ideal for basking in the sun on hammocks and enjoying water sports in the cerulean waters. ...

    Places to see around Beach
  • Japanese Bunker

    Japanese Bunker

    These historical bunkers near Corbyn’s Cove offer a peek into the intriguing past of the island. They were built during the Japanese occupation in World War II and offer interesting frames for the photographer in you. ...

    Places to see around Beaches
  • Samudrika Marine Museum

    Samudrika Marine Museum

    If seeing more than 350 varieties of marine life doesn’t fascinate you then Nemo or clown fish surely will. You can see clam shells (their sale is banned), wide varieties of corals and even a complete skeleton of the blue whale at the museum. ...

    Museum For Kids