Built between 1896 and 1908, this jail was home to hundreds of freedom fighters.
Distance from Adhvasaha- 9.1km via NH 4
Attractive sun set point beach and biological park accommodated with hills and mangroves.
Distance from Adhvasaha- 7.3km via NH 4
This is Port Blair's only beach, located within the city, just 8 Kms away. It offers amazing views during Sunset.
Also offers Water sports activities like Jet Ski, banana boat.
This place, back in earlier times, was famous as the headquarters of the British Colony in the state. As of now, the island is under the Indian Navy's control, and houses numerous
churches and a small museum, Smritika, which reminisces the British way of life.
Distance from Asdhvasaha- 15.3 km via NH 4
North Bay Island is known for its breathtaking natural beauty, magnificently beautiful coral reefs, close view of the underwater marine life and of course to explore the Andaman's signature white sand beaches.
The coral reefs are the most prized treasures of this island
and a major tourist attraction too.
Distance from Asdhvasaha- 22.8 km via NH 4
Jolly Buoy island is the best Snorkelling site closest to Port Blair. We could enjoy
the Corals & Marine life just through Glass Bottom Boats as officially Snorkelling
Distance from Asdhvasaha- 25 km via SH 8
Samudrika Naval Marine Museum is
a museum situated near the Andaman Teal House at
Port Blair in India, designed to create awareness on
various aspects of oceanic environment. The museum
is run by the Indian Navy.This museum aims to
generate awareness about the environment in
the ocean and the marine life.
Distance from Asdhvasaha-13.6 km via NH 4
Wandoor Beach comes under the Mahatma Gandhi Marine National Park area along
with several other attractions. With sustainable tourism and protection
of the forests under the Andaman Islands Administration,
the beach is surrounded by a vast variety of fauna, which covers it from three sides.
Distance from Asdhvasaha-24.2 km via SH 8
Mount Harriet National Park is a national park located in the Andaman
and Nicobar Islands union territory of India. The park, established in
1969, covers about 4.62 km2 (18.00 mi2). Mount Harriet (383 metres
(1,257 ft)), which is part of the park,
is the third-highest peak in the Andaman and Nicobar archipelago.
Distance from Asdhvasaha- 23.4 km via Nh 4