Kala Pani aka Cellular Jail
is main tourist attraction on mainland. Light show narrating the history of jail should not be missed. Major portion of the jail is said to fall due to an earthquake. Jail depicts the harsh nature of punishment offered to freedom fighters.
Entrace to Kala Paani
Seating complex where light show happens
Cell in cellular jail
was the site of jail before cellular jail was built. All construction now is in ruins.
was the administrative head quarters of Britishers before being shifted to Port Blair. Island is popular for 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.
Ross island entry
All in ruins now
is popular for doing scuba, jet skii, snorkelling , sea walk etc. You don’t need to know swimming to do scuba diving. Don’t miss it. You can also ride see through ferry boat for viewing corals.
Lighthouse on North Bay
Corbyn’s Cove beach
is the closest to Port Blair. There is nothing too scenic about the beach. Sand is rather black. Popular with locals for swimming as it is in shape of bay area and watching the sunset. However, part of the beach was washed away by the 2004 tsunami.