CHATHAM SAW MILL: Close to Port Blair, this island has great historical significance as it was here that the settlement in the Andaman & Nicobar Island began. The island also has one of the oldest saw mills in Asia, set up in 1883. Destroyed in world war-II, the saw mill was revived in the 1950s.
CELLULAR JAIL: Once the prison where countless martyrs of India’s independence struggle laid down their lives it is now a national Memorial. One can see a poignant Sound & Light show which has been refurbished recently.
SAMUDRIKA NAVAL MARIN MUSEUM: Situated at delanipur and set by the Indian Navy, this museum creates awareness towards protection and conversation of oceanic environment in a scientific manner,information regarding marine life non living resources, the wide variety of shells found on the island as well as the people and environment of the adman’s is provided.
ANTHROPOLOGICAL MUSEUM: Since prehistoric times aboriginals like the tribes of Negrito origin inhabit the Andaman group, while the Nicober Island are inhabited by the mongoloid stock. The museum displays a small but interesting collection of the weapons , tools implements, models and habits of the aboriginal tribes of the islands. Photographs of the tribes there, art and handicraft are other attraction
SOUND AND LIGHT SHOW AT THE NATIONAL MEMORIAL:A fitting tribute to the heroes of Kalapani, set to music & lights.
Stay overnight in Port Blair .