Port Blair

Hotel located right on the waterfront, Sinclairs Bayview is Port Blair's only hotel to offer spectacular views of The Bay of Bengal from almost all its rooms.Andaman Islands are a group of islands in the Bay of Bengal. The middle Andaman has moist deciduous forest whereas the north has wet evergreen forest. It contains ferns and orchids, mangroves on the coast. Overall it is very rich in biodiversity with varieties of flora and fauna. It consists of timber woods out of which 30 species are commercial.

Baratang Island

Baratang Island is located at about 100 Km off the Capital city of Port Blair on the NH 223 (known as Andaman Trunk Road) towards Diglipur. Baratang contains the only known examples of mud volcanoes in India. Baratang island has dense Tropical Forests of all types ranging from tidal swamp forest to Evergreen to littoral forests with sandy beaches along its coast at Baludera, Roglachang etc. Mud Volcano and limestone caves in Nayadera are a tourist attraction here. The Parrot Island near Baratang is a natural habitat for parrots in this region and the sight of Thousands of parrots returning home before every sunset is an experience


Havelock, in Andaman, is no less than a heaven. Indeed, the place is provided aplenty with cheap bamboo-hut accommodation that is a nature’s great utility. Beaches at the nature’s sheen-cream abode are a wonder in its own right. If anyone is interested to drench in the serenity of the calm-climes then Havelock is your penultimate destination. The kick-back and slow soothing feeling of life in here would push you to see the occult that is dedicatedly attached with the nonesuch pleasure.

Neil Island

Pearl Park Beach Resort is located on the Beach No.1 of Neil Island, in the South Andaman District of Andaman and Nicobar Islands. The Pearl Park Beach between the aqua blue waters of the Andaman Sea and the green hills of Neil Island. Built with the produce of the land, in authentic Andamanese style, our spacious cottages are just a few metres from the sea.