- The rock formation is about 2km ie., 15-20 mins walk away from Laxmanpur beach 2 ,north of the jetty and one has to take a road heading north west after the market.
- There are daily boats that connect Neil Island with Havelock Island and Port Blair.
- At the start of the small sandy path to go to the beach No. 2 there is a small hut selling snacks, refreshments and fresh mango juices to cool down a bit.
Neil's popular fascination is a characteristic scaffold development privately known as the Howrah Bridge. To see this normal "wonder" one needs to visit the rough Beach No. 2 at low tide when it is conceivable to stroll on its dead corals and rocks to achieve the fascination.
For some the sea animals seen here could likewise be fascinating. You can discover little fish, sea urchins, sea cucumbers, star angle and on a few sections you can even observe brilliant corals are gradually developing once more. The rough surface can get dangerous at a few sections and many are sharp so one must fare thee well while strolling.
In the late evenings the place can get swarmed with traveler as it is the last stop before making a beeline for the nightfall point. Check the tide timings before you design an excursion here!
Neil Island is a standout amongst the most wonderful islands in Andamans. Some think it is much more delightful and unblemished than Havelock.
Neil Island offers many perspectives to the guests. One of these is its Natural rock Formation view.