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Cellular Jail

Cellular Jail is one of the famous Historical Place in India. In the British time it was also known as Kala Pani and all the prisoners were kept here as a punishment. Now this is a Historical Museum and many things here to see.

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Chidiyatapu Beach

Chidiya Tapu - about 31 kms from Port Blair - generally known as the "Bird Island" covered with lush green mangroves and beautiful beach with breath-taking sunset - all of which creates a mesmerizing environment. Optional Activities - Swimming, Trekking.

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Neil Island

Neil Island is an island in the Andaman Islands of India, located in Ritchie's Archipelago. It is apparently named after James George Smith Neill, a British soldier who had sternly dealt with the insurgents during the suppression of the 1857 Mutiny.

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Corbyn's Cove

Teeming with people and encircled by lush green coconut palms, the Corbyn’s Cove is one of the more busy beaches in the Andaman Islands. This is the closest beach to the Port Blair, a mere 8 kms from the City centre. The drive to the beach is a stunning visual treat.

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Radhanagar Beach

Beach No. 7 on the western coast, better known as "Radha Nagar" Beach, is one of the most popular beaches on Havelock and was named "Best Beach in Asia" by Time in 2004. Radhanagar beach is a paradise of nature .Seems like god photo shopped it . Sunset is the best thing you can enjoy.

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Limestone Cave

The lime stone caves, full of splendid stalagmites, stalactites and pillar rocks, remain one of the favorite tourist destinations. The trek to reach the caves is adventurous. The limestone caves remain largely unexplored and it is a unique experience. These caves are located about 50 minutes (by sea) away from Baratang Jetty.

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Mud Volcano

A mud volcano is created by natural gases emitted by decaying organic matter underground. As the mud is pushed upwards by the gas, it deposits and hardens above ground. As more mud oozes out and spills over the edge it grows in size, gradually forming what you can see today - a miniature volcano with a rich, creamy mud crater at the top.

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Anthropological Museum

Anthropological Museum, simply the best museum in Port Blair, offers a profound and informative portrait of island's local community of tribes. These tribes are considered as one of the oldest in the world. Situated at the Middle Point in Port Blair, this museum is a historical delight and makes the tourists explore the life of Paleolithic Islanders.

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North Bay

North Bay Island is about an hour ferry ride away from Port Blair jetty (speed boat takes much less time) and is a lovely place to go for a day trip. What makes it even more tempting to visit is the wide array of water activities that one can enjoy.

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Ross Island

Once the seat of British power and capital of these Islands, it stands now as a ruin of the bygone days with the old structures almost in debris. A small museum named ‘ Smrita’ holds photographs and other antiques of the Britishers relevant to these islands. A multimedia show (Sound and Light show) is coming up in Ross Islands soon.

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Chatham Saw Mill

Asia's biggest and oldest saw mill, Chatham Saw Mill, is situated at Chatham Island and is a popular tourist destination. The mill dates back to 1883 and was set up by the British.Chatham Saw Mill also produces sawn timber and handles the production of 'Paduak' - Andaman's well known, premier wood.

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Samudrika Museum

The museum is run by the Indian Navy. This museum creates awareness on various aspects of oceanic environment. A good collection of shells, corals are on display.