Neil Island is known for its magnificent biodiversity, white sandy beaches, unexplored coral reefs, and tropical woodlands, Neil Island is perfect for some peaceful time off away from the hustle-bustle of city life, with its laid-back vibe, and lucid charm the island is soothingly different from its neighboring Havelock. One can spend quality time at the long deserted beaches; explore the island’s villages named after mythological characters from the Ramayana, one can walk the whole island in about two hours, or indulge in water sports in the crystal clear water of Neil Island, it is Andaman’s rustic masterpiece.
... Neil Island is a tiny but beautiful island which is located at 37 km south of Port Blair, it is also known as the vegetable bowl of Andaman Islands; because of its climatic conditions, the land is ideal for the cultivation of fruits and vegetables. Neil Island is connected to both Port Blair and Havelock Island by private and Government ferries. Neil Island is one of the best islands in Andaman suited for those who want to spend a relaxed time among long deserted beaches. With few adventure activities to take up like Scuba Diving, Swimming, Cycling, Snorkeling, Sea walking, and many more, this island is best for those who want to spend a luxurious few days amidst nature.
Q. What Neill Island is famous for?
Q. What are the nearby places to visit from Neill Island?
Ans. Sir Hugh Rose Island, Howrah Bridge, Laxmanpur Beach, Bharatpur Beach, Sitapur Beach, Neil Island Jetty, Ram Nagar Beach, and Neil Kendra.
Q. How to Reach Neill Island?