There are two ways to reach Mount Harriet one via road and other via sea. It is 55 km by road and 15km by ferry. It is advisable to take ferry from Port Blair to Bamboo flat. The ferry takes 20min and cost as much as INR 10.00 per person one way and Vehicle cost INR 130.00 one way. The entry tickets at Mount Harriet is INR 50.00 per person and Vehicle entry ticket is INR 30.00
Mount Harriet was the summer capital of British Regime. It is named after Lady Harriet Tytler the second wife of Robert Christopher Tytler a British Administrator in Andaman from 1862 to 1864. It is third-highest peak in Andaman after Saddle peak and Mount Thullier. Mount Harriet national park was established in year 1969. The entire national park forms a major chuck of the hill ranges in the eastern part of South Andaman Island. 393 plant species have been reported from the park which includes 74 endemic and 51 introduced species. In mount Harriet there is a point commonly known as 20 rupee note point. This point is exactly the point from where the background of INR 20.00 was photographed. Such point is very rare, to be photographed holding the 20 Rupee note on the same point from where it was actually taken is one for your travelling collection.Read More
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