Morrice Dera Beach
Morrice dera Beach at Rangat in Middle Andaman Islands is a very different attraction. The twin rock at Morrice dera presents itself as a unique yet beautiful rock formation. The walkway in between these rocks leads towards an eye-catching Horizon View Point. The beach here is ideal to sit and relax. There are small eco-friendly sea-facing sit-outs placed alongside the beach which makes it ideal to spend some idle time relaxing and doing nothing but staying engaged in nature.
The Moricedera beach doesn’t have a stay option. It is ideal only for a day visit. It is suggested, to carry some bites and water as you won’t find any there. An enduring freshwater stream is located here which can act as a natural swimming pool for you.
Right on top of Andaman Trunk Road (National Highway) is the Morrice dera beach, an entry has to be made to make an entry and the viewpoint here is lovely. During monsoon, the place looks much nice. Pretty famous among the locals, Morrice dera is one of the most sorted picnic spot for people staying at Rangat.
If you are planning to visit Rangat for a day tour then we recommend
First visit Ambkunj beach, then Morrice Dera and finally Dhanninalah Mangrove walkway.
You can also do it as complete Dhannaninalah first, then Morrice Dera, then Ambkunj beach and finally visit Raman Bageecha for a picnic.
We will be sharing some detailed itineraries plan in our Rangat tour packages section where you can refer to the details and more itinerary options that may be of interest to you. You can also connect with our holidays team to help you plan an itinerary.
How to reach Morrice Dera?
This beach is located adjacent to the Andaman Trunk Road leading towards Mayabunder at a distance of about 12Kilometers from Rangat. It is accessible by any private vehicle.