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Netaji Subhas Chandra Bose Island (Ross Island)

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Duration

4-5 hours

Tour Type

Daily Tour

Group Size

6 people

Languages

Major Indian Languages Spoken

Overview

Netaji Subhas Chandra Bose Island, formerly known as Ross Island, was the once headquarters for the British in the islands. However, it was destroyed in the earthquake of 1941. After that, the Japanese converted the site into a POW camp and built war installations.  The ruins of which remain on the islands. The island is now under Naval control and is a famous tourist spot in Port Blair.

The small island can be covered on foot in a few hours. The main attractions on the island are the majestic peacocks and deers wandering and grazing around. The remains of the historic buildings such as the Church, bakery, and various Japanese bunkers can be seen on the island.

It is hardly 2 km away and takes only 10-15 minutes to reach Ross Island from the Water Sports Complex in Port Blair.

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HIGHLIGHTS

  • A fun picnic day amongst the historic buildings during the British Era such as the Church, bakery, and various Japanese bunkers can be seen on the island, with wandering deers and peacocks.

Itinerary

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Begin Tour

The driver will receive you from your hotel, after you are done with breakfast.

Journey

You will travel through the city to reach the Water-Sports Complex. A tour coordinator will be present at the spot who will help you with the tickets and getting on the boat.

Sightseeing

You can walk around the beautiful island with discovering the beautiful island. Spot deers and peacocks. Relax and unwind near the harbor.

End Tour

You will return to the Water Sports Complex after completing the tour and then the driver will drop you to the respective hotel.
You can continue the night as planned.

Included/Excluded

  • Cab service to Water Sports Complex
  • Boat ticket to Ross Island
  • Permit
  • Food/ snacks

Languages

Major Indian Languages Spoken

Tour's Location

FAQs

Can I swim in Ross Island?
Swimming is not advised at Ross Islands because of the disturbing waves and currents
Are there any water sports available at Ross Island?
There are no water sports available at Ross Island. The island is famous for its historical elements.

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Extras
  • Cab service to Water Sports Complex(₹ 800) *

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