Jarawa Reserve

Government of India reserved some of the regions of Andaman Islands for the tribes Jarwa in Andaman. This Jarwa reserve is part of the dense forests in two islands of Andaman. Jarwa, the first inhabitants of the Islands, is one of the four aborigines of Andaman Islands. The population of Jarwa has dwindled to around 200 and the government is taking special care in promote the causes of Jarwa tribes. Jarwa tribal reserve is dynamic with the festivities of tribes including the traditional songs and dances, rituals, indigenous medicinal practices, unique social order and other ceremonies. This reserve is enriched with rare species of flora and fauna as well.

Mahatma Gandhi Marine National Park (Wandoor)

The Mahatma Gandhi Marine National Park at Wandoor is at a distance of 29 kms, from Port Blair coveting an area of 281.5 sq. kms. This Marine Park made up of open sea, creeks and 15 small and large islands, is one of the best found anywhere in the world. Viewing of rare corals and underwater marine life through glass bottom boats, SCUBA Diving and snorkeling are lifetime experience for anyone.

Mini Zoo

As the name suggests, is a small zoo situated at Haddo in Andaman and Nicobar Islands. The Zoo is famed to popularity mainly due to its Crocodile breeding program. The breeded crocodiles can be spotted in the wild waters surrounded by dense green forests. The Zoo is credited with about 200 species of birds and animals. All common birds and animals are allowed to live in this zoo. Andaman pig and Nicobar pigeon are two rare species of animals which can be spotted here.