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Mount Harriet National Park

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Bike ride to mount Harriet, full on adventurous trip!!

We hired a bike and decided to tour this lovely hill station of Andaman. I suggest others to either... read more

Reviewed 6 days ago
Jamshedpur, India
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Excellent View points of Andaman

Go to Chatham and from there take a ferry to Bambooflat. There are hourly ferries. Tickets are sold... read more

Reviewed 10 June 2017
chanakya t
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Reviewed 6 days ago via mobile

We hired a bike and decided to tour this lovely hill station of Andaman. I suggest others to either start early or after afternoon so that u can escape the sharp sun in sunny days and enjoy the sunrise/sunset. We started late. We rode till...More

Thank induabhi
Reviewed 10 June 2017

Go to Chatham and from there take a ferry to Bambooflat. There are hourly ferries. Tickets are sold at the jetty itself and they cost very less. The ride takes 15 mins. To reach there. Book a jeep from there to the national park. It...More

2  Thank chanakya t
Reviewed 6 June 2017

Mount Harriet National Park is the Highest Peak in South Andaman, Its best for who like s Trekking. Its full of Greenness

1  Thank AndamanTourOperator
Reviewed 30 March 2017 via mobile

Visited this place during the third week of March 2017. A fantastic view point to view the North Bay Island in top angle. On the way to Mount Harriet, you can see the exact view of North Bay Island shown in the Twenty Rupee Note....More

Thank 669chandrasekaranm
Reviewed 1 March 2017

Mount Harriet National Park is the highest point in the Greater Andaman region. Its an easy drive to this place, your cab gets on the steamer with you and gets off with you at Bambooflat jetty and drive about 10 kms to get the Mount...More

4  Thank surabhiupadhaya
Reviewed 21 February 2017

Third highest peak with a viewpoint. On the way, there is a view that is shown on the reverse of Rs. 20 currency note. There is also Kala Patthar drop from where criminals were dropped to death. Lady Harriet used to play badminton here and...More

Reviewed 27 January 2017

While most of Andaman is low land and sea beaches, there are very few high peaks in Andaman Islands. Mount Harriet is one of them. Mount Harriet National park is a protected national park that comprises of Mount Harriet peak and high lands surrounding it....More

Thank bishnu s
Reviewed 13 December 2016 via mobile

This is probably tge 3rd highest peak of andaman. The picture on one of the sides of 20 rs note was clicked here. The national park has different types of birds. There is a forest bungalow on the top and neil and havlok islands can...More

Thank Parijat D
Reviewed 12 November 2016

I didn't find this exciting at all. You will get only one view... North bay from the top. Its ok .. but not that important if you are on a tight schedule. There is a way .. trek to Kala Pathar... It was a long...More

Thank Vamsi K
Reviewed 2 November 2016

We were in Mount Harriet National Park on 17th October 2016. It is famous for complete view of Andaman from its view point and watch tower.

Thank SubrataKrPaul
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Mythili M
24 February 2017|
Response from SubrataKrPaul | Reviewed this property |
Yes, you can
nikhil r
15 December 2016|
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Response from SubrataKrPaul | Reviewed this property |
Of course Ross island. No doubt about it.
Sreelakshmi N
19 July 2016|
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its open now...