Andaman Honeymoon for 7 days

Anthropological Museum:

The museum was established in between 1975-1976. This museum is for all those who interested in knowing about the life and times of the tribes of the islands. The major attractions of this museum are Jarawa chest guard, shamanic sculptures and much more. The museum has on display various articles like tools, handicrafts, art and crafts, photographs provide a glimpse into the way of life of the indigenous tribe. A complete tour of the museum will take around 1hour. In case you are not the anthropological nut, you can prioritise and consider making this short and informative visit, depending upon your interest.

Samudrika Museum:

If you think a museum is boring, well think again. Get ready for a different kind of marine experience in Samudrika museum. Samudrika is derived from the word Samudra, meaning sea and as the Andaman and Nicobar area is surrounded by sea. It is, also called Naval Marine Museum. The exhibits in the museum include some 350 species of marine life and a variety of shells and coral found in the islands. It’s a must visit place in Port Blair. At the entryway of the museum, a massive skeleton of blue whale greets the tourist. Museum is divided into five different rooms, each of them showcasing a different face of Andaman Islands. First room deals with the geographical history of the islands. An aquarium in the second room is teeming with fishes of all shapes and sizes. Third and fourth are the houses of different kind of corals and shells. The fifth room gives information about the tribal life in the islands. You can also purchase and take home some souvenirs from the gift shop to remember a one in a lifetime trip to the beautiful island of Andaman.

Forest Museum:

It is located in Hadoo region, which is situated on the outskirts of the capital city of Port Blair at a distance of the only 29Km. This museum is managed and maintained by the ‘Forest Department of Andaman and Nicobar Islands’ and it is popular for its wooden artifacts associated with the forest and the variety of flora and fauna found in the forest. The forest department also carries out researches and the outcomes of these research activities can be clearly seen in this museum. The museum displays a wide variety of wooden products, which indicated the artistic skills of the locals. The complete information about the wildlife and the prevalence of forests in the islands has been systematically collected and shown in an interesting manner. As the name suggests, this is a museum which gives you the details about the forestry of Andaman and Nicobar Island and some of its wildlife. This museum is an interesting place to visit for the environment and forest lovers.

Fisheries Museum:

This museum is enriched with different varieties of fishes and underwater sea creatures, which are found in and around of Andaman Sea. A must visit destination in Port Blair, Fisheries Museum is located in a very strategic position where tourist can spend the entire day, as it is not only close to the Rajiv Gandhi Water Sports Complex but it is also surrounded by the Marine Park an excellent picnic spot and the children’s traffic park- another great picnic spot for kids and families. It is a place where more than 350 types of marine life have been preserved within it, of which almost all are exclusive to the Andaman and Nicobar Islands and are rarely found anywhere else in the world, leave alone the Indian continent. The museum has a vast amount of Seashells that range from little too expansive and huge sizes shells, aside from being rare with a display of beautiful fish and corals stored behind the Indian Continent. The skeleton of a sperm whale, known for being the largest toothed whale and life-size display of dolphin and sawfish are some of the interesting sights you could take in the museum.

Corbyn’s Cove Beach:

It is located near Port Blair and attracts tourists for its soft and sandy beaches. Corbyn’s Cove is a coconut palm fringed beach, which is ideal for swimming and sun basking, facilities like restaurant, bar, changing room etc are available near the beach. This beach is good to chill out in the evening, water sports facility also available here. And, yes Do not miss the Japanese bunkers here, which were built during World War ll by the Japanese Army. It is located approximately 7Km south of town and it shouldn’t take more than half an hour to get there. It’s an amazing beach and one of the top tourist attractions in Port Blair.

Mundapahar Beach and Trek:

Mundapahar beach is preferred for swimming. It is approximately 3Km from Chidiya Tapu. The beach is ideal for bird watching, sunset view, and panoramic scenic beauty. The Mundapahar beach on Chidiya Tapu is a sought after picnic destination. Beautiful star corals and other sea shells can be collected on the beach. Very few know that this destination also hosts a trekking trail. The 1.5 Km Mundapahar trek is a pleasure treat. The trek is covered in approximately in 40-60 minutes of time, depends on how fast you are. Mundapahar is covered with a dense layer of mangrove trees and is an excellent place for trekking which takes interested adventurers to the other side of the island that opens up to an unending stretch of water with the horizon spreading its arms out to the ocean. The trekking experience on the Mundapahar can also be turned into a day picnic since the way to the southernmost tip of the island has an abundant supply of water and delicious food along with benches set up at small distances.

Cinque Island:

This island is located in South Andaman, being located at a significant distance from the city the place is completely isolated. The island is divided into North Cinque and South Cinque, which are connected together by a sandbar giving the whole island a spectacular look. Cinque Island should be regarded as one of the most beautiful islands in Andaman’s. It has clear emerald water with a visibility of up to 80 feet. Cinque Island is the part of Mahatma Gandhi Marine National Park along with 15 other islands. The underwater coral garden and the extremely rich marine life lends a colourful and absolutely stunning beauty to this island. If you want to experience nature to its basics, Cinque Island is the perfect destination for its crystal clear beaches, abundant greenery, and marine life. The island is also open for a variety of water sports like scuba diving, fishing, swimming, and snorkelling. Coral reefs, seaweeds, colourful fishes, shells, starfish, salt water crocodiles, turtles and water snakes are the very common part of the scenery of this island and these should definitely be explored.

Mount Harriet:

Mount Harriet is placed 55 km by road from Port Blair and 15 km by ferry. Mount Harriet is a 365 metres high peak in the South Andamans and is the highest in the area. With beautiful views from the hill top, it served as the summer headquarters of the chief commissioner during the British rule. There is a nature trail from this hill to the Madhuban forest. From this place, one can view the Indian Ocean and the other islands

Chidiya Tapu:

The main attractions here include the Chidiya Tapu Biological Park, the Mundapahar Beach and Chidiya Tapu Beach,. Eminent for its sunset, the chidiya Tapu is among places worth visiting in port Blair, Not only does it offer an incredible view of the Andaman Coast Line, but the place also houses over 40 varieties of regional birds. Chidiya Tapu is 25Km from Port Blair and it is well connected by road. However, there is a dearth of public transport. Private vehicles can be booked easily. Being one of the best places to visit near Port Blair, Chidiya Tapu is well known for its rich collection of birds, white spotted deer and orchids, draws many visitors and is the perfect place for nature lovers. The water in this region is alive with bright corals which make it an excellent site for snorkelling. Incidentally, Chidiya Tapu beach offers a variety of sea shells which makes shell craft a prime industry of the Chidiya Tapu. Some of the shell products which are sold here are table lamps, bangles, decorative boxes and show pieces.

Mini Zoo:

It is situated in Hadoo, Port Blair. some of the rarest species like Nicobar Pigeon, the Andaman pig, can be seen in the Mini Zoo. The popularity of the Mini Zoo is attributed to the crocodile farming and breeding programs. There is a crocodile farm inside the zoo, which is a breeding place for crocodiles, which are later released into the coastal mangrove swamps. The Zoo has a very limited collection of wild species. There are nearly 200 species of the birds and animals in the zoo. A visit to the Mini Zoo need not be on the top of the list. Zoo is closed on Monday and holidays. After the opening of the Chidiya Tapu Biological Park, most of the animals have been moved there.

Gandhi Park:

Gandhi park attracts many tourists from around the world. The park has facilities like amusement rides, safe water sports and nature trail around the lake, garden, restaurant and historic remains like Japanese temple as well as a bunker. One of the major traveller attraction in Port Blair, Gandhi Park is an integration of natural brilliance, artificial creations, and historical monuments. 

Chatham Saw Mill:

The Mill was set up under the British administration in 1883 and is a well-known wood processor in Asia. Asia’s biggest and oldest Chatham Saw Mill is situated at Chatham Island. Amidst the popular tourist places in Port Blair, the mill is quite an attraction for the young ones. The place is nicely maintained and one can witness vintage wood cutting machines and practices. As soon as you land in Chatham it is all wood around. Large piles of woods can be seen being loaded, unloaded, sorted, cut and moulded. Chatham Saw Mill also produces sawn timber and handles the production of ‘Padauk’- Andaman’s well-known premier wood. It may be surprising news for you that the beautiful crimson walls of the Buckingham Palace were made of the local Padauk wood processed in Chatham Saw Mill.

Radhanagar Beach:

The beach is located at a distance of 7 km from Dolphin Yatri Niwas. Radhanagar Beach, also known as beach #7, is the most beautiful beach of Havelock Island. Radhanagar beach is rated as Asia's best beach and has also positioned itself in world's top ten beaches. It is known to be one of the best places for nature lovers as it offers a wide range of flora and fauna. In addition, tourists traveling to the beach can enjoy activities like snorkeling, kayaking, scuba diving and swimming. Elephant rides along with beautiful views of sunsets can also be enjoyed at this beach.

Elephant Beach:

Reaching this beach is a hassle-free affair as it is accessible either by 30 minutes hike on a jungle path or by opting for a one-hour boat ride. Elephant Beach, situated at a distance of around 10 km from the market, is one of the most popular beaches in Havelock Island for day trips. The shoreline of the Elephant Beach was largely swept by the Tsunami that occurred in 2004. Well-known for its beautiful corals and exotic marine life, this beach is ideal for snorkeling. At present, the existing beach is a fraction of what it used to be.

Ocean Tribe Scuba Diving:

Ocean Tribe Scuba diving is a diving facility recognized by PADI (Professional Association of Diving Instructors) located in Havelock Island. With a temperature of the water around 28 degrees, beginners, as well as professional divers, can enjoy scuba diving in the waters. Even those who cannot swim can also enjoy scuba diving by enrolling at the Ocean Tribe Scuba diving center. This dive center provides a guide and equipment needed for the diving trip. Divers can enjoy the sight of amazing varieties of marine life such as fishes, turtles, dolphins, and corals. Radhanagar beach, Elephant beach, and the Vijaynagar beaches are the preferred diving destinations on the Island. Apart from scuba diving tourists can enjoy other activities such as snorkeling and ocean walking. The cost of a session may vary from course to course.

Mahatma Gandhi Marine National Park:

Mahatma Gandhi Marine National Park, located at a distance of 30 km to the south-west of Port Blair, is also known as Wandur National Park. Sprawling over an area of 280 square km, the national park is famous for its rich collection of coral reefs, which include leptospires, tubipora, gorgonians, porites, and Acropora. Fungia, pocillopora, and montipora are some of the other coral reefs located within this national park.Comprising 15 islands, this national park was established on 24th May 1983. The marine life of this national park includes starfish, sharks, coral reefs, fishes, and turtles. In addition, it also comprises sea anemones, shells, saltwater crocodiles and water snakes. The sky is covered with the birds like dove, kingfisher, white-bellied sea eagle, parakeet, tern, reef heron and local teal. Water and land are shared by reptiles like vine snake, king cobra, krait, and python. Tourists visiting this national park can also engage in activities like deep water scuba diving.

Dive India:

DIVE India is a diving facility recognized by PADI (Professional Association of Diving Instructors) located in Havelock Island of Andaman. Other than offering adventurous activities, Dive India has also an Instructor Training Facility and Diver Training Facility.
DIVE India offers daily scuba diving activities to all of the prominent scuba diving sites in the Andaman like Elephant Island, Havelock Island, North Andamans and Neil Island. Other than these activities, day trips to beautiful locations like Barren Island, Wandoor, and Invisible Banks are also on offer. DIVE India offers recognized scuba certification courses ranging from the basic dive and scuba lessons to the Instructor training courses. Other than being the pioneers in diving and training facilities in India, DIVE India has also played an important role in discovering diving sites in Andaman's and has the distinction of finding all the top diving sites in Havelock. Anyone with basic swimming capabilities and moderate fitness levels in the age group of 10 to 60 can enroll for the courses. The cost of a session may range from INR 1500 for a basic one day course to INR 5000 for the four-day course. The cost may go up to INR 15,000 onwards for the professional diving course. DIVE India is located in Village No. 3 in Havelock Islands.

Andaman Bubbles: 

Andaman Bubbles is a well-known dive center located on the Havelock Island. Sited at Beach number 5, at the Wild Orchid Resort. Andaman Bubbles offer almost all SSI and PADI courses - service ranging from recreational diving to professional diving. The center's emphasis is on safety and professionalism, coupled with informality and friendliness.
The Andaman Bubbles is the right place to be if you wish to master the art of sea diving, or if you want to indulge in diving during your holidays.
Andaman Bubbles follow the general standards and recommendations of Professional Association of Diving Instructors (PADI) and the Scuba Schools International (SSI), when it comes to diving, thereby ensuring the safety of the divers with an infectious passion. Therefore, you can enjoy some magnificent sites around Havelock and Neil Island. The dive day starts at 7 AM and ends by 2.30 PM. Lunch, snacks and drinking water are included. The rate varies from INR 3750/- to INR 25000/- depending on the type and duration of the dive preferred. The center offers many diving courses as well. Andaman Bubbles is a must visit attraction for the adventure seekers and divers. The best time to visit the place is during summers.

Mount Harriet: 

Situated at a distance of 56 km from the capital city, Port Blair, during the British rule, it was the summer capital headquarters of Chief Commissioner. Mount Harriet, located in the southern part of Andaman and Nicobar Islands, has a height of around 365 meters. It is the highest point in South Andaman from where tourists can enjoy beautiful views of an entire cluster of islands. In addition, tourists can also enjoy a natural trail available up to Madhuban, where variegated birds, animals, and butterflies can be witnessed. However, before taking this trail, tourists need the permission from Chief Wildlife Warden, located in Haddo. In addition, it is mandatory for tourists to obtain permission, if planning an overnight stay at Mount Harriet from Warden at Port Blair. The Mount is also home to a National Park, where tourists can enjoy wildlife tours. In addition, tourists can also come across elephants being trained in this national park for carrying logs.

Inglis Island: 

The Andaman Islands are comprised of more than 200 islands and the Inglis Island is one among them. Situated approximately 57 KM from Port Blair Inglis Island is known for its vast diversity of coral reefs and wildlife. The vast stretch of the treasure of green waters generates a spell in the mind of visitors. The Island is totally isolated and has picture perfect sand beaches and deep jungle around with strange sounds and smells. Plan a vacation to Inglis Island during the period of October to March. Couples would definitely find this as an ideal place for memorable holidays. On reaching Port Blair, you could depend on the ferry to reach Havelock Island. From there, you can procure a small boat to reach up to Inglis Island. You can plan an itinerary in such a way that you explore the attractiveness of Havelock islands and the nearby beaches too as this journey would definitely be memorable.


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It is the capital of the Andaman and Nicobar Islands, a union territory of India. It lies on the east coast of South Andaman Island and is the main entry point to the islands. It is home to a number of museums and a major naval base INS Jarawa of the Indian Navy.
City is Famous for :
Cellular Jail & its pristin sea beaches.
Climatic conditions:
Port Blair has a tropical monsoon climate with little variation in average temperature and large amounts of precipitation throughout the year. All months except January, February and March receive substantial rainfall.
Nearest Airport:
Portblair Airport .
Local Language :
Bengali , Hindi & Malaylam.
Place of Interest:
Cellular Jail, Jolly Buoy Island, Ross Island, Makruzz, Chidiya Tapu, Wandoor Beach, Samudrika Marine Museum.
Famous Hotels and Resorts :
Hawabill Nest, Sinclairs Bay View, Port Blair, Anugama Resort, Hotel Shompen by (Singhotel Hospitality), Peerless Sarovar Portico, Hotel Diviyum Manor, Hotel Sentinel, Hotel Haywizz, Sea Princess Port Blair, Hotel Megapode Nest.

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