Madhuban in Andaman and Nicobar Islands also provides perfect background for trekking. Thousands of enthusiasts flock to Madhuban every year to trek. The pristine natural beauty of Madhuban with its variety of flora and fauna, the tropical climate of the place is just what the trekkers long for. The route from Mount Harriet to Madhuban is one of the famous route to the trekkers.
Madhuban (75 Kms. by road/20 Kms. by ferry and trek road from Port Blair). It is north east of South Andaman. One can visit Madhuban from Mount Harriet by trekking through the jungle approximately covering 16 Kms. Exotic endemic birds, animals, butterflies are interesting sights of the trek.
Andaman and Nicobar Islands is richly gifted with numerous sightseeing spots which include parks, historical monuments, lakes or wildlife. Andaman and Nicobar Islands Madhuban is a place which, in spite of its distance, is very popular among the tourists. It is located 75 kms from Port Blair by road and 20 kms if navigated by boat. But Madhuban of Andaman and Nicobar Islands is only 5 kms from Mount Harriet, yet another scintillating tourist spot of Andaman and Nicobar Islands. Madhuban is a unique place because it is jeweled with an exotic beach in the front and guarded by green hills at the back.
Located in the north east direction of South Andaman Islands,Madhuban has a rich collection of birds like parakeet, swift, dove, hite bellied sea eagle, local teal, kingfisher, reef heron, wader, tern, and whistling teal. Colorful butterflies of Madhuban also stands for the variety that Nature has showered on Andaman and Nicobar Islands. But the elephants of Madhuban is something which has made the place so famous. Here, by the initiative of the Government of Andaman and Nicobar Islands, young elephants are trained to work at various farms. This reduces the manual labor and invariably increases the production rate.
Chidiya Tapu, Gandhi Park, Forest Museum, Marina Park, Samudrika Museum, Fisheries Museum are few more noted tourist spots that comprise the sightseeing in Port Blair.