Mount Harriet

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Mount Harriet

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Port Blair is known for its scenic beauty and unparallel charm that provides one with the chance to rejuvenate and go back to their day-to-day lives in a much relaxed manner. One amongst the many tourist attractions of Port Blair is Mount Harriet. which is situated at a distance of 55 km from Port Blair.

Located at a height of 365 metre, the innate charisma and exquisiteness of Mount Harriet lures a lot of tourists each year. The top of the mountain is indeed famed for providing an outstanding view of the Port Blair city, along with the Havelock Island and the Ross Island. Further the island mountain is also popular for having served as the summer headquarters of the Chief Commissioner during British era. Moreover, the place also houses a local area for natural flora and fauna, Madhuban. Mount Harriet also provides its visitors a peep into the lives of uncommon endemic animals, birds and butterflies.

Best time to visit

October to May is considered the best time to visit Mount Harriet in Port Blair.

Trivia

Mount Harriet is the highest peak in South Andaman.

Timing

There are no particular timings for visiting the peak.


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