Rangat, a beautiful hilly island is surrounded by thick dense forest and occupied 1070 sq. Km area in the Middle Andaman island with untouched beaches, waterfalls and pleasant atmosphere. Its Eco-friendly & unpolluted sphere, and border with numbing coconut palms makes a perfect destination to enjoy the peace of the virgin nature.
Being a pristine hilly island of Andaman & Nicobar Islands, and mix of Tamil and Bengali friendly population draws thousands of national and international tourist every year.
Places to visit around Rangat Hilly Island
This 8 Kms untouched sandy beach is better known as Cubbert Bay Wildlife Sanctuary and 12 km far from Rangat. Apart from tropical forest also famous for turtle nesting, if you visit during the season you can see a large number of turtles in the beach front. Apart from beach activities you can go for elephant safaris for exploring around the deep dense forest.
Amkunj Bay beach is another heart-touching sandy beach best for sunbathing, relaxations and swimming. The beach is quite familiar for honeymoon couples in Rangat.
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If you want some adventure, fun throughout your vacation, then you must visit the Moorys Dare mountain for trekking.
Long Island, a small evergreen village locates southeast coast of middle region of the Island Andaman. Several stunning beaches make this perfect camping beach. Thanks to the Govt boat for well connecting between Rangat island and Havelock island. Though the island offers many exciting beaches to the traveler, but among of the Lalaji Bay beach provides world class facilities and unforgettable sightseeing. In other words, we can say that the God has created Long Island for adventurers and honeymoon travelers.
This evergreen forest and unpolluted environment beach is famous for white sandy, coral and shallow beach, perfect place for swimming, sun basking and snorkeling. shallow beach suitable for Snorkeling, Swimming and Sun Basking. The sea around the island is famous for playful Dolphins.
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