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Most amazing sound and light ever seen. Almost a blink and miss blip on the sea...had it's own charm for the Brits and their settlements. Ferry to and fro from port Blair...attend the sound & light...walk around the half a mile lonely place...old time park,...More
It is a nearby Island to Port Blair. One has to travel by boat to reach Rose Island. Now in ruins. Old Churches, Buildings, Press, swimming pool, Tennis court, Housing colonies all in ruins which big tree roots pierced the structures. It gives us an...More
Ross island is beautiful. It was the headquarter of britishers. Their administrative buildings are still ther ( rotten ). The water is super clear. You can spend a wonderful time by sitting near the sea. Well maintaind and surrounded by coconut trees. You can also...More
We visited Ross Island as a late addition to a trip to the Andamans and were absolutely delighted by it. It has a wonderful combination of history and nature, with the jungle reclaiming the remains of the British occupation and astonishingly tame deer wandering around....More
Schedule 2 hours from your trip to visit this beautiful island which is full of historical monuments and old trees. the landscape is great with hilly roads and ruins of British club houses and bungalows.
A ferry ride to Ross Island from Water Sports Complex jetty would cost Rs. 350 per head for to and fro journey. Remember, the ferry that takes you there would bring you back, no one else. You also have the option of getting into a...More