South Andaman Island is located in the southernmost part of the Great Andamans. It is home to the majority of the population of the Andaman Islands. The island is well connected with bridges, by road and ferry crossings. A solo backpacking trip to the South Andamans can land you to several tourist hotspots. The vibrant city Port Blair offers a relaxing vacation amidst woods, caves, and historic remnants. The city remains window to the culture, history, luxury and more. The dynamic reefs and the exotic sea life is enough to entice you far from the maddening crowd of urban life. You can plan your vacation keeping the mind the best places to visit in the South Andaman. The places include Cellular Jail where Indian freedom fighters were sent to exile, Carbyn's Cove Beach for a beautiful sunset view along with Chidiya Tapu to spot a variety of exotic birds.
Port Blair is the capital city of the Andamans and is one of the most historically rich and full of culture type of place where a tourist can travel and live freely. With immense tribal culture influencing the day to day lives of the locals the places are just as colorful as the corols in the seas of the Andamans. Rsr Tours ad travels provide great activities and places to stay and visit at Adamas to create a perfect holiday package for you and your loved ones.
Located On the north side of the islands the Northbay Island or the coral island is a very beautiful beach island. The vibrant corals are only matched by the colorful fishes that reside there. This place is especially known for water sports and the sandy white beaches. Being close to Port Blair the island is a bit crowded at times ad is ideal for snorkeling and scuba diving. One can avail the benefits of these services and bear witness to turtles, clams, lobsters and exotic coral fishes.
Ross Island is a place, which is brimming with beauty and historical sites. It is here that the headquarters of the British colony was of the Andaman. It still has the age-old structures of British offices lying around. It is ow decorated with fancy light shows commissioned by the Adaman tourism department.
Havelock or Swaraj island has some of the most mesmerizing beaches in the whole of Andamans. It is also known as the travelers' paradise ad is rightly being said so as it is a beautiful island with thick vegetation and cool blue waters. A major part of this big island is still untouched and is open for exploration for adventurers and trekkers alike. There are a lot of other things to do at Havelock island-like water sports such as scuba diving, sea walk, speed boat, etc. Swaraj island is the best at day time ad is better at night with bioluminescent beaches.
Located at a distance of about 37 km to the south of Port Blair it is known as the vegetable bowl of the Andamans. The beaches here are very clean and deserted hence are favorable to people who enjoy the calmness of the ocean with serene views of sunrise and sunset. The beaches here have names inspired by India's Greatest Epic The Ramayana. The names are Ramnagar, Sitapur, Laxmanpur, and Bharatpur.