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Welcome to Port Blair



Port Blair is the capital city of the Andaman and Nicobar Islands, a union territory of India. It is situated on the eastern coast of South Andaman Island and is known for its pristine beaches, historical landmarks, and exotic marine life. Some popular attractions include the Cellular Jail National Memorial, Mahatma Gandhi Marine National Park, and Ross Island.

The city is also a gateway to other islands in the archipelago, making it a popular destination for adventure enthusiasts and beach lovers.

Frequently Asked Questions


Port Blair enjoys excellent connectivity through both air and sea routes. You can conveniently reach Port Blair by taking a flight to Veer Savarkar International Airport or by opting for a ship journey from prominent cities like Chennai, Kolkata, or Vishakhapatnam.


The ideal time to plan your visit to Port Blair is during the enchanting winter months spanning from October to February. This period offers pleasant weather conditions, making it perfect for engaging in outdoor activities and partaking in thrilling water sports.


Yes, Port Blair serves as a convenient gateway to the neighboring islands, including the breathtaking Havelock Island, Neil Island, and Baratang Island. These islands are renowned for their picturesque beaches, crystal-clear waters, and lush green landscapes, offering unforgettable experiences to visitors.


Port Blair offers a myriad of captivating tourist attractions, including the renowned Cellular Jail, Corbyn's Cove Beach, Ross Island, and the Anthropological Museum, which beautifully showcases the rich tribal heritage of the Andaman and Nicobar Islands.


Cellular Jail, popularly known as Kala Pani, holds immense historical significance as a colonial prison that incarcerated numerous Indian freedom fighters during the British rule. Today, it stands as a powerful national memorial, symbolizing India's indomitable spirit and struggle for independence.

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