Just 15 miles from the Wandoor Bridge, Jolly Buoy Island is one of the most visited islands in Andaman because it appreciates nature and the environment will certainly support its purpose. Every year, the island will be available to the public for a period of six months. A closely linked Mahatma Gandhi National Park in Wandoor, Jolly Buoy Island is closed on Mondays. You can reach the island by boat, but an admission card is essential for entering the island.

The island will show you its wealth of flora and coral and these are the most important ingredients in its immortal beauty. A great place to have the best leisure time is Jolly Buoy Island, but the adventurous activities supported by the underwater world are impressive.

Highlights: The colorful underwater life is the typical attraction of Jolly Buoy Island, and the long stretch of coral reef is an extra pleasure. But the inevitable charm of the island lies on the long beaches with a calming combination of green, white, turquoise and many more colors.

Activities: Snorkeling and scuba diving are the regular activities found on the island and happily experienced by thousands of tourists. Aside from snorkeling and scuba diving, a glass-bound trip is also a famous activity here. This allows people to be at sea for a while and to experience transitions of the waves and the remote landscape on the beach without any temptation and turbulence.

Distance from Port Blair: Jolly Buoy Island is 30 km from Port Blair. You can arrive by ferry from Port Blair on the Wandoor Bridge. Wandoor Jetty will regularly provide boat services to Jolly Buoy Island, so you do not have to worry about access to the beautiful island.