Connect with Nature on Ross Island
Ross Island is known for thriving greenery amidst ruins and we are listing the locations you can visit here. The Sanctuary: The sanctuary in the middle of the island has deer and peacocks. Safeguarded by the Andaman organization has led to their high population. Feeding animals is strictly prohibited here. The Man-Caves: Uniquely interwoven man caves were built by Indian workers to help British officers escape during an attack. Now they are abandoned and stand testimony to as a showcase of skills and hardships faced while constructing them. The Pond: The pond in Ross Island has stagnant water that has turned green. There are a couple of little ruins close to the lake utilized by the British in the past. Surrounded by tall trees from all sides with a cosy place to sit back, you can enjoy quality time. Follow the signs to reach here in less than 15 minutes of walking.