South Andaman is one of the main islands in the Andaman and Nicobar archipelago, located in the Bay of Bengal, off the east coast of India. It is the southernmost part of the Andaman group and is the largest island in the Andaman district. South Andaman is known for its natural beauty, rich biodiversity, and cultural diversity.

The island is home to the capital city of Port Blair, which is the gateway to the Andaman and Nicobar Islands. Port Blair is a bustling city that serves as the administrative, commercial, and cultural center of the archipelago. It is also a popular tourist destination, offering a range of attractions such as historical monuments, museums, and beaches. One of the main attractions in South Andaman is the Cellular Jail, also known as Kala Pani. This colonial-era prison was used by the British to incarcerate Indian freedom fighters during the struggle for independence. The jail is now a national monument and serves as a museum that showcases the history of the Indian freedom movement.

Netaji Subhash Chandra Bose Island
Mahatma Gandhi Marine National Park
Viper Island
Samudrika Marine Museum
Chidiya Tapu Beach
Mount Harriet National Park
Corbyn Cove Beach
Zonal Anthropological Museum
Red Skin Island
North Bay Island
Forest Museum
Marina Park
Chatham Island
Chatham Saw Mill
Mini Zoo
Rani jhansi marine national park
Munda Pahad Beach
Cellular Jail Museum
Kalapani Museum
Sri Vetrimalai Murugan Temple
Wandoor Beach
Sea Link Adventures
Jogger's Park
Khurmadera Beach
Police Masjid
Collinpur Beach
Aquarium (Port Blair)
Balidan Vedi
Veer Savarkar Park
Children's Traffic Park
Kyd Island
Aberdeen Clock Tower
Haddo Wharf
Japanese Bunker
Stella Maris Cathedral
North Bay Lighthouse
Tarmugli Island
Lime Stone Cave Baratang
Spike Island
Bluff Island