Cellular Jail constructed by Britishers in 1906, located at Port Blair, stands mute witness to the atrocities meted out to the freedom fighters, who were incarcerated in this. The name, 'Cellular' was given as this jail is made up of individual cells for solitary confinement of the prisoners.
Originally it was a seven pronged building with central tower acting as its fulcrum and a massive structure comprising honeycomb like corriders. This Jail, now a place of pilgrimage for all freedom lovers, has been declared a 'National Memorial'.
Recapitulating the barbarism meted to freedom fighters, who were incarcerated in the Cellular Jail, a Son-et-Lumiere show of 55 minutes duration, both in Hindi and English is organized on daily basis in the premises of Cellular Jail.
Adventure and safe Water Sports facilities are available for tourists. Private boats ply from Andaman Water Sports Complex for North Bay. Viper Island and Ross Island. (Depending upon weather condition).
It is just attach with Marina Park which has a beautiful garden, canteen, tank & other historical things. Beside there is a beach. At evening time, when the water levels were decreased at that time it is you walk on that because rest of the time water levels were high and you can't even see the sand.
It also gives fantastic view of Ross Island.
This beautiful park near the Raj Niwas has facilities like amusement rides, safe water sports, nature-trail around the lake, garden, restaurant and historic remains like Japanese Temple as well as Japanese bunker.
There is also a children’s park has also been created within the Gandhi Park, facilitating all types of sporting equipment. It also has an amusement park and an entertainment park where visitors can have lots of fun & entertainment.
Apart from supporting a bird park, Gandhi Park also hosts artificial but well maintained gardens, restaurants and lakes. At the lake, one can enjoy water sports such as sailing, snorkeling, surfing & paddle boat rides.
Situated near Rajiv Gandhi Water Sports Complex, exhibits species of marine life peculiar to the islands and found in the Indo-Pacific Ocean and the Bay of Bengal.
The local inhabitants and the visiting tourists use this park for spending their valuable evenings by enjoying the nature’s gifts of pristine beauty, stunning sea waves and lush green vegetation.
Situated opposite to Andaman Teal House, Delanipur, this museum creates awareness on various aspects of oceanic environment. A good collection of shells, corals are on display here.
The museum is run by the Indian Navy. The museum has five sections presenting history of Andaman Islands, Geographical information, people of Andaman, Archaeology and Marine life.
This museum near the Directorate of IP&T depicts the life of the Paleolithic Islanders. It also houses the models of the aborigines and their tools. It 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.
The major attractions of this museum are Jarawa chest guard, shamanic sculptures and much more. The Anthropological Museum offers the highlights of primordial eras of Jarawas, the Onges, the Sentinelese, the Shompens and the Nicobarese. In short, museum with blessed with plethora of reasons making it a must-visit destination in Andaman.
A sales-cum-display under the Directorate of Industries located at Middle Point, Port Blair. Souvenirs made of shell as well as wood are available at reasonable price. This is a cottage industry and emporium, a shopping place for the visitors. The normal package of Andaman island trip covers this place to allow travellers to purchase items. Pearls and gems are not sold here as it is against the Government's clearence.
Khadi gramodyog emporium is seen nearer to Sagarika emporium of Port Blair in Andaman islands. Here people can see Wooden crafts, shell crafts and khadi items. This is a shopping place. During the stadard package of Andaman island trip, this place can be visited as the Sagarika emporium is covered in the list.
Ross Island is one of the Andaman and Nicobar Islands, about 2 km east of Port Blair. It was the Administrative Headquarters for the islands, before an earthquake rocked it in 1941. The headquarters were then shifted to Port Blair. One can see remnants of an opulent past in the ruins of the church, swimming pool and the chief commissioner's residence with its huge gardens and grand ballrooms. There is also a cemetery and a small museum managed by the Indian Navy. The museum has on display a collection of old records.
Ross Island can be reached by a short boat ride from Water Sports Complex. The island is controlled by the Indian navy, which requires every visitor to sign in on entering.