1. Carbyns Cove Beach:

Corbyns Cove Beach is a prominent sightseeing Place in Andaman. It is located 8 km from Port Blair. This mesmerizing beach is dotted with coconut palms and pleasant blue sea water. Some of the water activities that one can undertake and enjoy over a visit to Corbyn’s Cove Beach include scuba diving, surfing, and boating. Further, the beach is also a perfect location for taking pleasure of sunbathing, swimming and surfing. From here, tourists can also visit the Snake Island, which claims to have a lot of deadly snakes. The snake island is also known for colourful corals, mesmerizing fishes and rock faces. One can take a motorboat to land at this island.

2. Japnese Bunkers:

Japanese Bunkers is situated in Port Blair, tell an important history of the place. These bunkers had been constructed by the Japanese army who invaded and occupied the Andaman and Nicobar Islands during the time of World War II. It built between 1942 to 1945 when the Japanese army invaded the Andaman and Nicobar Islands strategically to defeat the Allied Powers which included Britain, France, Russia, and the US. The Japanese army captured the Andaman and Nicobar Islands from the Britishers and handed over the land to Bose where he hosted the tri-colour flag and named the islands Shaheed and Swaraj. The bunkers can be found in many places. One of them is nearby Corbyns Cove Beach.

3. Cellular Jail

The Cellular Jail is situated in Port Blair. It is also known as Kala Pani was a colonial prison. The prison was used by the British for the express purpose of exiling political prisoners to the remote archipelago. The construction of the prison started in 1896 and was completed in 1906. The original building was a puce-coloured brick building. The bricks used to build the building were brought from Burma. The building had seven wings, at the center of which a tower served as the intersection and was used by guards to keep watch on the inmates; this format was based on Jeremy Bentham’s idea of the Panopticon. The wings radiated from the tower in straight lines, much like the spokes of a bicycle wheel. The jail complex is now owned by the Government of India and it is recognised as the national memorial monument that showcases the life of prisoners during the British era.

4. Baratang Island

Baratang Island is a gateway to North & Middle Andaman District of Andaman & Nicobar Islands. The island is located 150 km from north of Port Blair. Baratang is a perfect destination for nature lovers as it offers magnificent natural sights and diverse wildlife scenery. In Island you can see Mud Volcano, mangrove and tropical forests, Limestone Caves, Parrot Island and one nice deserted beach at Baludera. The impressive Limestone Caves are one of a kind with its glamorous stalactites, stalagmites and rock formations. Parrot Island is another fine attraction worth your attention if you are fond of bird watching. Thousands of colourful parrots can be spotted (and heard) returning to their nests in the evening time, with a perfect background as the sun sets behind the island. The least attractive, but a famous sight nonetheless, is the Mud Volcano, the only known kind in India. It is nothing but a small bubbling puddle of mud. Though many find it a waste of time, some marvel at the science and marvels of nature when they go here. Baludera Beach is a pristine beach that is usually never crowded. You can enjoy a swim all by yourself and splash across a kilometer in low tide.

5. Limestone cave

The Limestone Caves are located on the Baratang Island. This place is located about 100 km from Port Blair. These marvelous limestone caves are some million years old. Inside the caves, will find conical rock-like structure protruding from the floor of the caves. These formations are called Stalagmites which is the creation of single-celled algae called cyanobacteria. It is fascinating to see how beautifully these rocks have been arranged inside the cave, the flowy calcium deposits in the form of waves look like an artwork. You will find yourself gaping at the structures inside the cave. It is almost unbelievable how nature is capable of conceiving such an ecstatic thing.

6. Havelock Island

Havelock Island is one of the largest islands that comprise a chain of islands to the east of Great Andaman in the Andaman Islands. The island is 41 km from northeast of the Port Blair. In December 2018, it was renamed as Swaraj Island as a tribute to Subhas Chandra Bose. Bose had hoisted the Indian flag at Port Blair on 30 December 1943 and proclaimed the Andaman and Nicobar Islands as territories liberated from British rule. He had subsequently named Andaman Island as Shaheed and Nicobar Island as Swaraj. The Havelock Island has been at the spotlight of the Andaman Tourism for more than a decade. The island boasts some of the most well-defined spots of attraction with a perfect mixture of tropical jungle and white sand beaches.

7. Elephant Beach:

Elephant Beach is one of the famous beaches on Havelock Island. It is is an ideal destination for water sports and for leisure tour. This place is ideal for relaxing spending a leisure time with food and drinks. Besides, if you feel like doing some fun activities this beach offers water sports like diving, snorkelling, swimming, bird-watching, trekking and kayaking. Being famous for its coral reefs, sea walking is also actively partaken and the best part is, anybody with a zest for adventure can indulge in this underwater fun. The beach is very famous for the variety of untouched corals and a rich marine life with diverse species. The coral reefs in this beach start a about a metre or two. A little deep into the sea you can spot vibrant corals and schools of colourful fish swimming around elegantly

8. Kalapatthar Beach

Kalapathar Beach is one of the popular beaches of Havelock Island. The beach gets its name from the surrounding village, which is Kalapathar Village and the black rocks that adorn the coastline here. Kalapathar beach is a long stretch of white silky sand with big black rocks beside the blue sea. One can enjoy fresh coconuts and mango juices in high season. There is a small lodging path through the green jungle, where once was an elephant training camp, but nowadays all you’ll find is a secluded beach. The water is deep enough to swim and it is not affected by tides. There are some rocks and corals so do take care while going into the water. Kalapathar offers couple of umbrellas and wooden chairs. There is also a small picnic area with trash bins set in the shade of the trees. In season locals sell fresh coconuts and mango juices.

9. Radhanagar Beach:

Radhanagar Beach is the best beach in India.It is a beautiful pristine clean beach located on the western coast of Havelock Island. This beach is quiet, with golden sand and bluish green sea water. It is a pristine stretch of sand backed by turquoise water and lush forest. Very safe for swimming and playing in water due to smaller waves and shallow depth. Radhanagar has been given the title of the best beach in Asia and the 7th best beach in the world by Time Magazine in 2004.

10. Neil Island

Neil is a tiny but beautiful island. It is located 37 km south of Port Blair. Neil Island is also known as the vegetable bowl of Andaman Islands. Neill Island is named after British Brigadier general James Neill, who had fought on the side of the British East Indian company in the Sepoy Mutiny of 1857 In December 2018, it was renamed as Shaheed Dweep as a tribute to Subhas Chandra Bose. Bose had hoisted the Indian flag at Port Blair on 30 December 1943 and proclaimed the Andaman and Nicobar Islands as territories liberated form British rule.  Neil Island is perfect for a peaceful time off Known for its magnificent biodiversity, unexplored coral reefs, white sandy beaches, and tropical woodlands. The only way to get to Neil Island is to take a ferry from Port Blair. There are both government and private ferries connecting this island to Port Blair and other nearby Islands.

10. Bharatpur Beach

Bharatpur Beach is simply the best beach in Neill Island. It is Located just 500 meters from the Neil Island jetty and 37 km from Port Blair. The Bharatpur Beach is known as the coral capital in the Andaman & Nicobar Islands because of the variety and quantity of corals found at the bottom of the sea. Another attraction of this beach is the beautiful lush green vegetation and fishes. This is the only place in Neil Island where water sports are being conducted. The beach is popular for activities like coral watching and swimming. One can hire glass-bottom boats for viewing the corals under water. This vast sandy stretch and gently curving bay allows for a perfect swim. The water is so shallow that even non-swimmers can take a refreshing dip. Water Sports activities like jet ski rides and scuba diving are also available at the beach.