Guests will be picked-up from their hotel /accommodation by 9:00 AM(Depends upon how far you are staying). We begin by visiting all the museums such as the Anthropological museum, Fisheries museum, Samudrika, and Chatham sawmill.
The Zonal anthropological museum is all about the life and culture and of the native Andaman tribes.
The museum showcases the tools, clothes, handicrafts, art & crafts, pictures, and the other tribal items on display for the tourists. It gives the information about all the 6 tribes who have inhabited this island ages ago and how they still live with little or no contact with the rest of the world.
Fisheries Museum showcases around 350 specimens of various aquatic creatures from small fishes to big sharks and whales.
A variety of shells, corals and skeletal remains of marine creatures are displayed at the museum.
The Chatham Saw Mill is one of the oldest mills in Asia. The Chatham Bridge that is 100 meters long connects Port Blair with Chatham Island. This historic bridge was initially constructed out of timber. Later, it was renovated to a modern bridge with concrete structures, which exist even today. It is a storehouse of timber like Padauk, Gurjan, Marble, Satin Wood, etc. Chatham has the second largest wharf in these islands, where Island-mainland ships can berth. Within the Saw Mill compound.
The Forest Department has put up a museum showcasing the varied timber wealth of the Andaman & Nicobar Islands. The museum offers an insight into the forest activities through scale models and displays decorative pieces made of Padauk, Marble, Peauma, Gurjan, Satin Wood, etc. Chatham Island is closed on Sundays.