Havelock is a picturesque Island with beautiful tropical rain forest with white sandy beaches and lush green forest, coral reefs with a colourful array of aquatic life, palm trees, as well as dense forests in the interiors... This island has "SEVENTH MOST BEAUTIFUL BEACH" in the world. The Island provides great outing with a virgin beach and an unpolluted atmosphere. Radhanagar beach in Havelock Islands is a real exposure to the un-polluted atmosphere and also it was rated as the best beach in Asia by Time magazine in 2004.
A marvelous Island with plenty of marine life, Neil Island in Andaman is an ideal location for eco-tourism with the sandy beaches at Sitapur, Bharatpur and Lakshmanpur are very attractive for spending holidays and evenings. The breathtaking view of sea and the lusting greeneries in the island is really rejuvenating and enjoyable for enthusiastic travelers.
Ross Island Located at the mouth of Port Blair harbour, Ross Island was the seat of Imperial Administration till the Island fell into the hands of Japanese in 1942. The Island is having old buildings and Monuments of immense historical and archaeological value. A small museum opens doors to the by gone era. The island is small and waits to get walked the history. Now The Island is govern by Indian Navy.
Baratang holds the nature’s best treasures gifted to the Islands i.e. Limestone caves, Active Mud Volcano, the mangrove eco system, Parrot Island is a rare attraction for bird lovers. Baratang island is connected by ATRRoad (Andaman Trunk Road) The Road journey from Port Blair to Baratang through a dense rainforest is a eco-adventure trip for tourist.
Rangat provides the calm village life and solitude of virgin nature. It offers unpolluted air, a rare commodity for the city dweller... Its main attraction is turtle nesting ground at Cutbert Bay beach. Located in Middle Andaman at a distance of 210 Kms. from Port Blair, land route from Port Blair (9 hours) crosses dense tropical forest, mangrove creeks and also the habitations of the native people .
Jolly Buoy one of the world's beautiful island offers a breath taking view of underwater coral and marine life. Glass bottom boats help to take a closer look at the coral colonies. Ideal for sea bathing and basking in the sun kissed beach and great place for swimming and snorkeling...
Red Skin Island, The lure of underwater coral gardens and unspoiled beaches in the lap of the Virgin Island and unpolluted environment invites you for a wonderful experience. And ideal for swimming and snorkeling.
Viper Island stands as a witness to the grim sufferings that the freedom fighters of our country had to undergo during the British Rule. The British used to keep dangerous prisoners who resorted to hunger strikes and non-cooperation. The island has a gallows atop a hillock, where condemned prisoners were hanged. The famous rebellion Sher Ali, who killed Lord Mayo the Viceroy of India in 1872, was also hanged here.
Chatham Island Owned by the forest department, one of the largest saw mill in Asia converts huge logs into timber of different sizes and supplies to private & government departments at reasonable price. Ornamental species used in manufacture of furniture and handicraft are processed here.
This Island comes after Rangat, offers excellent scenic beauty & beautiful beaches. Beach at Avis Island (separate Small Island travelled by local engine dingy), Karmatang beach and mangrove- lined creeks are the prime attraction of this place. Karmatang Beach is also a turtle nesting ground where one can view nesting of turtles during December - February season.
There are many islands and beaches around Diglipur. Situated in North Andaman Island, the islands provides a rare experience for eco-friendly tourists. It is famous for its oranges, rice and marine life. Kalpong is the only river of Andaman flows from here. Saddle Peak, 732 meters, the highest peak in the Andaman & Nicobar islands and famous for turtle nesting during December – February. Reaching here: connection by road and also by sea. From Mayabunder one has to travel another 25 kms for Diglipur and to Kalipur (18 kms.)
Ross & Smith Island
Ross and Smith Islands are known as the Twin Islands of Andaman and Nicobar group of islands. Ross and Smith islands are actually two islands – Ross and Smith joined together to make a single group of islands. These are one of the must watch places in Andaman and Nicobar Islands.
North Bay Coral Island
This island is famous for its beaches and mainly for water sports activities. This island is also one of the most visited places in Andaman Islands. North Bay Island is a lovely place to go for a day trip. This is one of the uninhabited islands of Andaman & Nicobar Islands. The wide array of water activities available at the island attracts more tourists to this beautiful place. Almost all kinds of water sports activities like jet-ski, speed boat ride, snorkeling and underwater sea walk can be covered here.
Long Island is a small island located just of the southeast coast of Middle Andaman in Andaman & Nicobar Islands.Long Island, having an area of about 18 sq. km, is a modern village with population of around 2000 having many plus points and facilities generally not available in other villages of Bay Islands. It has its own power-house, a well-equipped Boat Building Yard, Senior Secondary School, bank, wireless facilities, hospital, Range Forest Office and even police outpost. Long Island is a dreamland settlement without any road network.
The Cinque Island is an isolated island in the Andaman Archipelago, on the north side of Duncan Passage, between Rutland Island and Passage Island. They are part of the Andaman & Nicobar Islands. Cinque Island is situated on the south-western coast of South Andaman in the Bay of Bengal. The Island is geologically classified into North Cinque Island and South Cinque Island. The two islands are connected by a sand bar and therefore are often considered a single Cinque Island.
Little Andaman (Hutbay)
At a distance of 120 km by ferry from Port Blair, Little Andaman is situated at the southern end of the Andaman & Nicobar Islands opposite to the Great Andaman Island. The Little Andaman Island is one of the largest islands in the Andaman & Nicobar Islands that are open to the public. The Duncan Passage separates Little Andaman from Rutland Bay of Great Andaman. A major part of Little Andaman was affected badly by the Tsunami in the year 2004.
As the name suggests this island is not inhabited by humans. The residents of this place are some goats, rats and other such species of animals which can survive in the harsh and difficult conditions of the island. The island boasts of the lone active volcano in the whole of South Asia.