The Forest Museum located at Haddo offers an insight into forest activities in the Andaman & Nicobar Islands through models. The Forest Museum also displays the artifacts made out of timber including Peauma, Oak, Gurjan, padauk and Satin Wood.
Gandhi Park has Deer and Bird park. The Deer Park hosts a wide variety of deers – spotted deer, hog deer, barking deer, Sambar to name a few. The Bird park is made colourful by birds like long-tailed.
The Ross Island is a 20-minute boat ride from Aberdeen Jetty in Port Blair. Ross Island, the capital of Andaman & Nicobar Islands during the British Raj days, now stands guard to the Port Blair harbour. A small museum of the Indian Navy, called Samudrika, has a good collection of old records that depicts the history of the Ross Island
With snow-white beaches, teal shallows, a coast crammed with beach huts and some of the best diving in Asia, Havelock has a well-deserved reputation as a backpacker paradise. For many, Havelock is the Andamans, and is what lures most tourists across the Bay of Bengal, many of whom are content to stay here for the entirety of their trip.
Here are some useful contacts to have at your fingertips while you are in Andaman.