10 Amazing Facts to know about Neil Island, Andaman


Neil Island is part of the Ritchie's Archipelago and is situated about 40 kilometers northeast of Port Blair 

Neil Island is often referred to as the "Vegetable Bowl of Andamans" because of its lush greenery and the cultivation of a variety of fruits and vegetables. 

The island is known for its three main beaches - Bharatpur Beach, Laxmanpur Beach, and Sitapur Beach. 

Laxmanpur Beach is famous for its natural rock formations, including a natural bridge that is a popular spot for tourists. 

Laxmanpur Beach is also renowned for its breathtaking sunset views. 

The waters surrounding Neil Island are rich in coral reefs, making it a haven for snorkelers and scuba divers. 

Bharatpur Beach is a hub for water activities such as glass-bottom boat rides, snorkeling, and scuba diving. 

Travellers often appreciate the slow pace of life, making it an ideal destination for those seeking a peaceful getaway. 

The Howrah Bridge, named after the iconic bridge in Kolkata, is another interesting spot on Neil Island.  

Neil Island has limited connectivity in terms of internet and mobile networks. 

Have a fantastic time at the Neil Island!!