Port Blair, the capital city is a bustling overgrown town of immense historical importance. Travellers usually visit the main historical attractions, some of which are in the city and some as day trips keeping Port Blair as the base.
Neil Island is situated 36 kms east of Port Blair or 18 kms east of the Havelock Jetty. This pretty island is the easternmost inhabited island in Ritchie's Archipelago as well as easternmost inhabited island in the entire Andaman & Nicobar group of islands. Daily ferries connect Port Blair to Neil Island as well as to Havelock.
It is a beautiful beach with lush green forest environment and shiny sandy beaches is the top most beaches of Neil Island. It is famous as vegetable bowl of Andaman. It provides an ideal holiday for eco friendly tourism. In Neil one can feel the sacred serenity of village life here.
It is a perfect place just adjacent to the jetty. It is a place for sun bath with lengthy silver sandy beach. It is a place with low depth clear water for bathing. One can witness varieties of beautiful corals just underneath, is an excitement for the tourists.
It is beautiful formations on the seashore which is an additional attraction of the Neil Island. Surrounded by broken corals as well as live corals we can reach this place during low tide only. It will remain as a memorable trip to these two natural stone bridges.
Lies towards west of Neil this beach is one more fascinating view point. It is a beach one can see while passing towards the Jetty from Port Blair. It is a beach with its triangle shape surrounded by tall trees and white sand beaches. It is also known as the sun set beach.