This beautiful palm fringed beach Is ideal for sea bathing and water sports activity such as speed boat rides etc. Corbyn’s cove is the only beach within the municipal limits of Port Blair it is 8 Kms. from the city. It has a tourist complex named “WAVES” which has a air-conditioned bar and restaurant, this complex also provides a bathroom / shower and a changing room for tourists who take a dip in the sea. The drive from the city to the beach is very beautiful through the coast line.
25 km away from Port Blair, this beach is The place to be in, to savor the best view of the sunset or sunrise, or otherwise. Wandoor is actually pretty popular in Andaman and Nicobar. Haunting trees on the coastline, flinched by the Tsunami creates a landscape worth holding on to; and the blue water outshines here.
Chidiyatapu is 30 KM from main city; this place is famous for sunset view and for bird watching. Varieties of birds visit this place. The road passes through forest and small hills up to the Chidiyatapu. From Port Blair, the journey would take around one hour to reach Chidiyatapu. If you are interested to watch the sunset it is advisable to take an afternoon trip to this place. Remains of trees uprooted during Tsunami in 2004 are still present near the beach. There is no restaurant or food stall available inside the park; however, small hotels are present at the entrance. While traveling to this place sea will be to your left side. On your way you would pass through the Kalapathar, a trail of black rocks and beach. Stop here to take some pictures and proceed to Chidiyatapu.