Mount Harriet is a national park known for collection and conservation of flora and fauna special and it also offer some of the most enviable views for miles around being a mountain peak. It is the highest point in South Andaman which provides peek into neighboring island.

Mount Harriet is roughly 15 km by ferry from Port Blair. Havelock and Ross Islands can be viewed from this peak and make for an exceptional backdrop. One can also go trekking till Madhuban through the jungle and explore the area. The Madhuban trek is roughly 16 km and is an exhilarating experience.


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