Corbyn’s beach, nestled in a cove near Port Blair, looks exotic from different angles.
I figured this out by walking the entire beach stretch, by climbing the rocks at one end and the densely forested hills on the other.
While walking down the main beach pathway, one can keep gazing at the lovely lane of coconut trees while lapping up the sound of the gentle waves.
Or, if you are on the beach during low tide, you can climb the rocks that jut into the Bay of Bengal and play hide and seek with the crabs. This is where you can get a panoramic view of the Corbyn’s cove.
Then, if you are adventurous enough, you can climb the densely forested hills nearby and soak in the view of the entire sea along with the cove.