Rangat Middle Andaman

Rangat is a 1070 sq. km. large island in Middle Andaman with pristine beaches, waterfalls, and interesting islands. The population is primarily made up of people from Tamil Nadu and Kerala. Fisheries and cultivation are the two primary occupations of people in this island. Entry into Rangat is by Bus from Port Blair and by ferries from Havelock, Neil and Long Island. Therefore, tourists have to enter Andamans through Port Blair and travel to Rangat by road or sea.

Morning bus services are available between Port Blair and Rangat. The travel time is about 6-7 hours. Road to Rangat from Port Blair passes through Jarawa reserves. The bus passes through the Andaman Grand Trunc road to reach Rangat. Sea and shipping services are available for 4-5 days in a week. The travel time is about 4-5 hours. attractions at Rangat are :

Cutbert Bay Beach

is another sandy beach on the way to Cutbert Bay. This beach is ideal for swimming, sun bathing and relaxation.

Amkunj Bay beach

offer a good experience of cruising through the evergreen mangrove fringed creek, with exotic flora and fauna. These are ideal for nature lovers, bird watchers, research / education oriented tourists.

Moorys Dare

is a rocky mountainous terrain opposite to Amkunj Bay, which will perfectly suit the requirements of adventure tourists interested in trekking. The trekking spot is fantabulous.

Panchavati Hills

have a beautiful, gentle waterfall. The agricultural farm en-route housing a rich bank of vegetation is of interest to botany enthusiasts.

Long Island

off the southeast coast of Middle Andaman has a small village and several sandy beaches perfect for camping. Long Island is well connected via Govt boat with Havelock Island and Rangat Island. This island has the famous 'Lalaji Bay' beach, which is rated as truly world class. Long Island is a perfect destination for honeymoon and adventurous travellers. This island also offers scuba diving, snorkeling and can be booked through us.