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Although very easily accessible beach in Port Blair, I recommend to give this place a miss of you have limited time. If you have time, you can spend hours here and relax. The Japanese bunkers r all but destroyed. Quite a littered beach. There is...More
Visited on 12th dec 2018, beach was over crowded. Though a leisurely walk is possible. Many water sports are available, but very costly in comparison to other places. Many stalls for local items souvenirs and eateries are there. Windy place.
Visited on 4th dec 2018,beach was crowded.water sports were available.Many stalls for local items and eatings. But it is must to visit stall no.10 for yummy banana and brinjal pakora,tasty vadda and tea.All eating items are very cheap and yummy.if you are there ,must try.
It's our first place and last place once we land or are about to leave PB. Just the right place to take through a small drive on the coast line. One can really enjoy some beach festivities during end of April. Good food to eat...More
Went there for the first evening of my trip and glad we did. After long journey quite a peaceful atmosphere and just the little sores, Very few people around and just walking with all the wind and little light coming from here and there. snacks...More
If you like sea food you will have plenty of options though bit costly. We had dinner at ''Wild Orchid" in Havelock. They have an ice -tray with catches of day displayed. You can choose and ask the Chef to cook it as per... More
If you like sea food you will have plenty of options though bit costly. We had dinner at ''Wild Orchid" in Havelock. They have an ice -tray with catches of day displayed. You can choose and ask the Chef to cook it as per your taste. Go with an open mind and try out the street food the locals sell. We enjoyed everything.