6. Lots of history to be known here in Port Blair:Least did I know that Japanese had invaded this part of India, during World War 2 and had the place in their control for 3 years. Yes, Japanese bunkers in Corbyn’s cove and Ross islands are the evidences for this. There is one more place I should tell about and that is Ross islands, which was an administrative headquarters of British Raj in Andaman and Nicobar islands. This was used by British officer with a highest grade and was abandoned in the year 1942 post an earth quake that hit the islands very badly. It has a lots of old ruins of Ballroom, Church, Hospital, Bakery, Press, Chief Commissioner’s house, Swimming pool, and Troop Barrack all in dilapidated conditions. The place looks very well planned at that time and still ruins keep you awestruck about their way of living in Luxury. The Deers are all around the island and they don’t run away seeing you, instead give a macho pose for your click.
PORT BLAIR - NORTH BAY (CORAL ISLAND) - ROSS ISLAND Now after breakfast embark on a day three island rail. Among the most popular activities. It insures a panorama of seven countries which have the North Bay and Ross island. It leaves a lasting impression. Ross Island. Was the headquarters of the British. This island is currently under the Navy. You might even see museum called Smritika, it retains photos as well as another antiques from the Britishers related to those islands. The island is famed for favorable flocks of Deer and lush green walking paths.