ROSS ISLAND (NETAJI SUBHASH CHANDRA BOSE ISLAND)

Located in South Andaman district, Ross Island (Netaji Subhash Chandra Bose Island) is a major part of Andaman and tourists have visited the island often because of the flabbergasting beauty of it. Earlier, it was headquarters of Andaman and after 1941 Port Blair became the administrative headquarters. What one can watch on this island is the remnants of an old church existed there, a swimming pool, the chief commissioner’s residence with gardens and ballrooms.

There is a cemetery and a museum maintained by the Indian Navy. These historically significant sights in Ross Island (Netaji Subhash Chandra Bose Island) gives a serious appeal to it rather than of a relaxed laid-back island. But everyone who visits Andaman would not love to miss Ross Island that is closely connected to the capital city that is Port Blair.

The diminished beauty of Ross Island (Netaji Subhash Chandra Bose Island) was preserved as a historical piece of representation of the glory the island once possessed but for many reasons, people love this island. All the buildings and the ruins found here on the island are covered by the thick roots of banyan trees and that itself is a vivacious aspect the structures on the island have to showcase. At the northern end of the island, there is a new concreted light house that is 10 meters high and it is in circular shape which was constructed during the year of 1977.