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Welcome to Hotel Galaxy in Andaman Island If you are confused planning one of your most romantic holidays of lifetime, we have something for you to make your dream holidays truly romantic, memorable and the most cherished moments of your life.


Andaman is one of the most ideal places to go for a Honeymoon. Love, desire, ardor, and romance arise high on the honeymoon trip of a newly wedded couple.

Things to Do

Port Blair

The laid-back capital of the Andamans and the sole entry/exit point. Spend a day or two here walking around and enjoying fresh seafood and seeing a couple of the nearby sites.

Floating 780 miles across the Bay of Bengal from Kolkata, this port city in the Andaman archipelago is the splash-down point for the Mahatma Gandhi National Marine Park. Diving, snorkeling and glass-bottom boat trips provide views of rare corals and marine life. On shore, family-friendly Gandhi Park offers amusement rides and a nature trail. Nearby Viper and Ross islands contain historical remnants of British rule, while Corbyn's Cove has remains of Japanese bunkers at its palm-lined beach.

Havelock Island

Premium scuba diving and snorkeling are the highlights of the gorgeous Havelock Island, the most popular of the Andaman Islands. Glass-bottomed boats provide a similar up-close marine life experience. Jungle treks and camping are popular landlubbing activities, though the more delicately dispositioned can choose to retire to one of several luxury resorts. Refuel with fresh coconut milk and succulent, just-caught seafood, which dominates every meal.

Anthropological Museum

Anthropological Museum is maintained and managed by ASI, Anthropological Survey of India, and is located at Port Blair, the capital of Andaman. It is an exquisite small museum showcasing wide collection of tools and weapons used by Anadamanese tribes. This also encloses many photographs of different tribes and aborigines of Andaman and Nicobar Islands.

A great treasure of Island history, a well maintained library, functions on the top of the museum. Many films depicting the life and culture of the Andaman are also preserved here. The Museum authorities arrange few documentary and film shows for the visitors of the museum.

Cellular Jail

Cellular Jail, presently a revered shrine dedicated to great Indian freedom fighters who sacrificed their lives for the Independence of our Nation, is situated at Aberdeen near Port Blair in Andaman Islands. The Cellular Jail meant to imprison the freedom fighters of India was built in 14 years beginning in 1886 by the British rulers.

The original Cellular Jail contains seven regions with the central region having a tower. There were four floors with first three floors for cells and the fourth floor functioned as the watch tower. One can see here the execution room where the freedom fighters were hanged by the colonial rulers.

The visitors can see the light and sound show depicting the sacrifice of freedom fighters and also showing up the brutal history of the Cellular jail. The Martyr's memorial, a gallery and a museum are also located here, reminiscing Indian independence struggle.

Chatham Saw Mill

Chatham Saw Mill, owned by Forest department, is credited as one of the biggest and oldest saw mills all through Asia and is located at the north tip of Andaman. A bridge connects this saw mill to Port Blair. The mill, dating back to 1836, is a big store house for different varieties of wood including Marble, Padauk, Gurjan and Satin wood.

The mill cuts massive wood into different sizes and shapes of timber and is functioning as the main source of timber for government and private agencies at a moderate price. This mill processes many types of ornamental wood suitable for making furniture and handicrafts.

Forest Museum in Andaman is situated at Haddo and is run by the Forest Department of Andaman and Nicobar Islands. The museum very typical in its contents displays the artifacts made out of timber including peauma, oak, gurjan, paduak and satin wood. The Museum helps the visitor to get some insight in the forestry and related activities. One can see many attractive models in timber showcased here. The major attractions near by this Museum include a beautiful zoological garden and a mini zoo.

Forest Museum

Samudrika Marine Museum, run by the Indian Navy, is located at Delanipur in Andaman.  This museum is aimed at generating awareness among the visitor about the environment in the ocean and the marine life. The Samudrika Marine Museum has five sections dealing with history of Andaman Islands, Geographical information, people of Andaman, Archaeology and finally the Marine life.

The museum houses a wide collections of corals, shells and fish fauna. This museum is a real treasure of worthy marine life, especially that of rare fish species.

Barren Island

Barren, the only active volcano in South Asia, is a small island in eastern location of Andaman group of islands in Indian territory. This island lies 300 m above the sea level and the volcano in this place erupted last in 2006. The first volcano eruption was reported in 1787. A deep void land, the face of the volcano, is an attraction to the tourists. This is a barren region uninhabited by people.

This is a natural habitat for wild goats which live here by drinking the salt water and is a unique feature of this island. The Barren Land can be approached by broad vessels and one can view the island from the vessel. There is no permission to get down in the island. The travel to this Island is a breathtaking adventurous experience.

Corbyn's Cove

Corbyn's Cove is a serene and unspoiled soft sandy beach in Andaman near to Port Blair. This beach is set in picturesque backgrounds of lush green coconut palms and pleasant sea. There is a pristine tourism Complex, which offers all kinds of facilities for an enthusiastic traveler.

This is an ideal spot for sun basking and sea bathing. The main attractions in this beach are the inviting water sports activities. This beach and the water closed to the beach are perfect location for surfing, scuba diving and boating. Many pill boxes and bunkers established by Japanese add the attraction of the beach.

Cutbert Bay Beach

Situated at a distance of 20 km from Rangat Bazaar/jetty, Cutbert Bay Beach is nesting ground for turtles. One can get a glimpse of turtles nesting here during the months of December to February. Located close to the beach is the Hawksbill Nest, guest house of the Directorate of Tourism, which is well known for its quality service and other modern amenities. There is also a turtle sanctuary nearby which one can also visit.

Elephant Beach

Elephant beach is one of the unique beaches located in Havelock Island. The coral in this beach is simply the best on the island, making it a magnificent spot to enjoy snorkeling.

It is easily accessible by walking from Beach no 7, also known as Radha Nagar Beach or by fishing boat from the eastern side of the island. Many resorts here also provide snorkeling and diving trips.

Limestone caves

Limestone caves in Nayadera of Baratang Island are one of the major attractions of the region. A great natural wonder that draws many visitors to Baratang. The beauty of these caves is unimaginable. The stalactites and stalagmites which have withstood the natural process of erosion over time form different interesting shapes and figures.

The site is reachable by sea within 50 mins. Regular boat services are available from Baratang and the boat trip through the middle of the mangrove forest is simply awesome. It is dark inside the caves, so one needs to carry torchlight.