Trip To Rangat Beach



Trip To Rangat Beach

        Rangat is a town on the Middle Andaman Island, Andaman Archipelago. It is also one of the three counties administrative divisions of the North and Middle Andaman district, in the Andaman and Nicobar Islands union territory of India. Its population, according to the 2001 Census of India, was 38,824 people, mainly of Bengalis and Tamils.

        Rangat is 210 km from Port Blair and 70 km south of Mayabunder. The town is well connected by road and sea routes. Some nearby tourist attractions are Amkunj Beach Dhani Nallah located at out skirts of Rangat and Cutbert Bay Beach. The latter is an important turtle nesting ground, especially from December to February.


 Cuthbert Bay Beach ---
          This is a little lesser-known beach but second to none in scenic views and beautiful surroundings. It is another one of Rangat’s natural gems that is multi-faceted in its beauty. It has some astounding spots which give you the most epic views of the crystal-clear horizon and the behemoth sea. There is another main reason to visit this brilliant beach. Cuthbert Bay Beach is a famous nesting ground for turtles! During the months of December and January the entire beach has tiny baby turtles paddling towards the beach. Now that is more than enough reason to go visit this amazing beach.
        Famous for: Turtles, Beach, Nature, Flora, Fauna.


 Panchvati Hills ---
          Panchvati Hills are without a doubt one of the best examples of nature at its finest form. The waterfalls here are breathtaking and are any photographer's delight. This area is mainly inhabited by immigrants from South India and an imprint of their culture is very much evident here. Fishing and agriculture forms the main source of income for people living here, as can be evident by the sprawling agricultural lands nearby.
       Famous for: Waterfalls, Nature, Agriculture, Photography.


 Amkunj Beach ---
           One of the most famous beaches, Amkunj beach seems almost unreal at first sight. You will not be able to fathom its enriched and vivid colors and the freshness associated with it. The stretch of white sands with the azure sea waves breaking over it will enchant you. This is a major recreation place not just for the tourists but also the locals. It is quite well renowned because of its terrific atmosphere and beauty. It is a great place to go for long strolls or a dip in the sea. Everything just seems perfect in this place.
       Famous for: Rocky Beach, Watchtower.


Long Island ---
        A scenic and isolated island, Long Island is a vision to behold. It's isolation has undoubtedly being helpful in preserving its natural and pristine form. It used to be the home of Kitply industries who shut their operations here and since then, this place has been a little less busy than before. There are many pristine beaches around this island with mangroves forests surrounding them. If your are lucky, you can even spot dolphins who frequent this place!
        Famous for: Virgin Beaches, Nature.


 Dhani Nallah Mangrove Nature Walkway ---
           If nature walks are your thing, then this is going to be the most enjoyable time in Rangat for you. This walkway is ravishing in its serene and mesmerizing beauty. It is a wooden boardwalk that zig-zags through the mangrove forests on the Dhani Nallah Beach. It is one of the most scintillating places in Rangat, and has transformed into a major crowd puller. The true beauty of this place can be seen during sunrise and under the moonlight. And if you are really lucky you can get the chance to watch turtles nestling inside the sandy beaches. This walkway is one of its kinds in the whole of India. On the whole, it is an amazing experience to walk besides the mangrove forests. It gives you the feeling of being one with the beautiful nature.
       Famous for: Mangroves, Nature, Creeks, Beach.

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