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Netaji Subhash Chandra Bose Island

 

Netaji Subhas Chandra Bose Island, formerly known as Ross Island, is an island of the Andaman Islands. It belongs to the South Andaman administrative district, Andaman and Nicobar Islands. The island is situated 3 km east from central Port Blair. The historic ruins are a tourist attraction. 

 

Distance: 08 Km from the hotel

 

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North Bay Island

 

North Bay is a secluded island which spans over a relatively medium area and is generally visited by tourists on a day trip to both Ross Island and North Bay. One of the most interesting things about North Bay is that it is featured on the backside of Indian Rs. 20 note.

Although, the reason has yet to be discovered for that, we suspect they did the like the view from the top of the hill.

The hill from where it was taken can only be reached by trekking from the forest, but you may visit if you'd like a pic of your own

North Bay, doesn't have it's own Jetty, so you'll have to get on the island and board the boats via a floating platform, provided by the Government.

 

Distance:11 Km from the hotel

 

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Cellular jail

 

Cellular Jail or "Kala Pani" is a colonial jail that is located in Port Blair of Andaman and Nicobar Islands. The jail was built between 1896 and 1906 after the revolt of 1857 to capture and isolate the political prisoners away from society.

The reason for building the jail in A&N was strategic in many ways firstly, it would isolate the prisoners from the world, secondly, the place was away from mainland India so prisoners would not be able to contact their friends or family, and lastly, they could not even escape from the island as it was surrounded by ocean from all sides. 

Britishers used the jail to hold the freedom fighters, political prisoners, and political leaders captive. Initially, the building had 7 wings with 3 floors in each wing that would meet at the surveillance tower at the center. The jail had 696 cells on each floor which were designed in such a way that no prisoner can see or speak to each other and would stay in solitary confinement.  

 

Distance:07 Km from the hotel

 

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Corbyn's cove

This place can cater to the needs of everyone in the group. One of the most famous beaches in Port Blair (capital city of Andaman) is the Corbyn’s Cove. It is delightful for the eyes owing to the beautiful sceneries and mesmerizing surroundings. Exploring the beach as you walk past the coconut trees will be one of the most distinct memories of your trip.

 

 

Distance:08 Km from the hotel

 

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Chidiya tapu

"Chidiya Tapu" is mainly popular for its wide range of birds and is a haven for bird watchers. Indigenous and migratory birds can be seen decorating the skies here, enticing nature lovers and wildlife enthusiasts visiting the place.

This island in Andaman is also a treasure trove of thick forests and stunning views of the ocean. At almost every turn, the mesmerizing views of a thick green blanket and azure sea waters await you. Experience serenity as the dense mangroves cover the entirety of the island and provide a sense of calm to the senses. A walk through the jungles will make you forget everything about your hectic lifestyle.

 

 

Distance:20 Km from the hotel

 

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swaraaj dweep (havelock island)

"Swaraj Dweep" is a tiny strip of land surrounded by the clear waters of the Andaman Sea, resulting in miles of uninterrupted coastline, often populated by wandering elephants. Whether you’re looking to sunbathe and paddle in sparkling, turquoise shallows, or try your hand at water sports like scuba diving or kayaking, get ready to experience some of the most renowned white-sand, palm-fringed beaches in Asia – and the world. Best places to visit in Havelock Island:

  • Radhanagar Beach

  • Elephant Beach

  • Kalapathar Beach

  • Vijaynagar Beach

 

 

Distance:1 Hrs. Journey from Hadoo Jetty

 

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saheed dweep (neil island)

Neill Island was 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. He had subsequently named Andaman Island as Shaheed and Nicobar Island as Swaraj.

   Best Places to visit in Neil Island

  • Sitapur beach

  • Bharatpur beach

  • Lakshmanpur beach

 

 

Distance:45 Mins. Journey from Hadoo Jetty