Things to do:
1. Kalapathar Beach: Ensconced in one corner of Havelock Island, Kalapathar beach is a sight to behold, with its tranquility and calm enough to soothe the most frazzled of nerves. Small, but beautiful, the sun-kissed sand and the turquoise sea, and the frothy waves breaking on the shore give the place an exotic air. Spread a towel on the beach, and relax, or hang a hammock on two palm trees to have a swingin’ good time!
2. Radhanagar Beach: Ranked as the “7th best beach in the world” and “Asia’s best beach” by TIME Magazine, Radhanagar Beach is a little piece of heaven, which even the gods would covet. After all, where else do such white bleached sand, different shades of blue in the sea, and the lush forests beyond exist? And the best part is that if you are looking for solitude, even in the most popular beach on the Andaman, you can get it by walking a mere 100 meters away from the crowds.
3. Elephant Beach: A superb place for frolicking in the water with these gentle giants, Elephant Beach is named aptly. It is also famed for its snorkeling opportunities, and the colorful coral reefs a little way away under water. Since it is located on one corner of the island, one can take a short trek or take a boat to reach the beach. The vibrant colors of the sea will get you in the mood to relax completely.
4. Laxmanpur Beach: Shell hunting, photography & sunset viewing are popular at this white-sand beach lined with trees.
5. Cellular Jail: The Cellular Jail, also known as Kālā Pānī, was a colonial prison in the Andaman and Nicobar Islands, India. The prison was used by the British especially to exile political prisoners to the remote archipelago.
6. Samudrika Naval Marine Museum: Samudrika Naval Marine Museum is a museum situated in Port Blair in India. The museum is run by the Indian Navy. This museum aims to generate awareness about the environment in the ocean and the marine life.
7. Kalapani Museum: Exhibits exploring the history of the Andaman & Nicobar islands through photos, paintings & models.