Get stimulated in the World War II while having a thorough view to Japanese Bunkers. The bunkers had been constructed by the Japanese who invaded and occupied the Andaman and Nicobar Islands during the time of World War II. The solid bunkers are very adventurous to understand the war period during the gone era.
Forest Museum- Situated on Foreshore Road near Chatham Island, it is the best place to explore the sawmill where you will get to see “How woods are chopped and made into a shapes”.
Corbyn Cove Beach- Get along with the lively Corbyn Cove Beach where you can enjoy the Jets-ski, chilling on mind-rejuvenating environment with several restaurants for delicious seafood.
The Port Blair is one of the prominent tourist places in India and can be seen with a miraculous numbers of tourist all year round. Summers can be more enjoyable and more explorable for different water activities and winter can be more moist and pleasing to spend quality time with your loved ones.
The Japanese Bunkers is situated at Foreshore Road in Port Blair. It is well-connected with ways of commuting Air and Rail.
Air- The nearest airport is Savarkar International Airport.
Rail- The major railway stations to Port Blair are Puri, Sakhi Gopal, Naupada Junction.
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