Rangat is in North and Middle Andaman, a thoroughly uninteresting dustbowl from which the ferry leaves for Havelock. The only beach nearby was unfortunately washed away by the tsunami and all that remains is stones. Apart from that the only thing to keep you here is the transport connections.

Get in Edit

By bus Edit

There is a bus service (210 km) from Port Blair via Baratang.

By ferry Edit

A ferry runs Rangat to Long Island to Havelock to Neil to Port Blair daily except Saturday. The jetty is quite a way from town, take a autorickshaw (₹50)

  • 1 Rangat Jetty.

Get around Edit

Autorickshaws are available.

See Edit

Panchavati water fall and beach Amkunj beach Betapur beach Cutbert Bay Beach (20 km.) away from Rangat bazaar/jetty) is a turtle nesting ground (December to February).

Government owned Guest house Hawksbill Nest is near to the Cutbert bay beach and Turtle sanctuary

Do Edit

Buy Edit

Nothing local to purchase.

Eat Edit

  • Aroma Restaurant (Arup), Teja International Complex, near new STS Terminus (On ATR Road), +91 9474288810. 9am to 10pm. Fresh food with different varieties of Bengali, Indian and Chinese foods. moderate.

Drink Edit

There are a couple of bars near the UK Nest guesthouse.

Sleep Edit

  • U.K. Nest, Near Co-op printing press, Dasarathpur & Church Road, Rangat (About a five minute walk away from the old bus station; a new one's being built another 5 minutes walk away.), +91 9474 213128, +91 9474 274117. Slightly grubby rooms with tiny en-suite bathrooms & cable TV. Room service available. Good if you're stuck for a night in Rangat. ₹350.
  • Hawksbill Nest (About 15 minutes bus journey north of Rangat, on the way to the jetty). On a beach north of town where Hawksbill turtles nest in season. To book contact A&N Tourism Dorm ₹150 p/p; double ₹600, a\c double ₹1000..

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