Interview Island is one of the Andaman Islands, India. It has an area of 99 km2 and is situated to the west of Austen Strait which separates North Andaman Island and Middle Andaman Island.
Mayabunder is the jumping off place for Interview Island, a windswept nature sanctuary off the remote northwest coast of Middle Andaman. Only opened to tourists in 1997, it's large and mainly flat, and completely uninhabited save for a handful of forest wardens, coast guards and policemen, posted here to ward off poachers.
As foreigners aren't permitted to spend the night on the island, few tourists ever make it to interview, but those that do are rarely disappointed. If one comes to the Andamans to watch wildlife, this should be top of one's list.