Rock formation is the chief attraction of Andaman and Nicobar Island located on Neil Island. The name Howrah Bridge was provided by the local Bengalis of Neil Island and offers a pleasant environment to the tourists. The bridge is mainly suited of a walk for a few minutes carefully stepping on the rocks. It is highly notifying of the difficulty for old fellows. The spot is highly abundant with many marine lives such as cucumber, star fish, corals, small crabs, octopus and variety of colourful fishes. The place gives a great view at the sunrise time. The approach to the natural bridge is through a small hamlet, lined by tall mahua trees. The best time to visit the place is at the low tides otherwise one may get stuck if the time is not noted on. The bridge accompanied to the beach is termed as the dead coral beach. The beach is mainly suited for trekking purpose not for swimming. The beach is occupied with many shops selling souvenirs like t-shirt, sea shells and foods, tender coconut and fruit near the place. Day time is the best time to visit the place as it is like a natural aquarium, one can see various species over there. Perhaps a lifetime experience for the youth to hope around to its exotic flavour. Overnight stay at Neil island .