This tiny island located right across Port Blair is less than a square kilometre in size.
Ross Island was the capital for the British from 1858 to 1941 until the Japanese took over
and converted it to a site for war prisoners during the Second World War.
Here you can see the ruins of the cathedral and the graveyard of the British, a British era bakery, post office, chief commissioner’s house and few other colonial landmarks which are now under the custody of wild wines and old trees.
Duration: 2 – 2.5 hours | Price: ₹500