Aamkunj Beach has a magnificent coastline and is loaded with surreal natural beauty, exudes peace and is a paradise for bird watchers. It is located close to Rangat, just about 8 kilometres from Rangat while one travels towards Mayabunder. The Nimbutala Helipad is just a kilometre away from Aamkunj Beach. This beach offers a very cool swimming location and is also appropriate for sunbathing and relaxation. Amkunj Beach was provided with basic tourist facilities in the form of eco-friendly huts, wooden sofas and toys and natural groves. These groves were named after trees that are found locally such as casuarina, Jamun and pandanus. The beach is a favourite local haunt too of the villagers apart from the tourists travelling from outside.
Dhaninallah Mangrove Nature Walkway/Walk
Dhaninallah Mangrove Nature Walkway/Walk is an exquisite beautiful walkway among lush mangroves with the air filled with the scent of the sea. This place can be reached by taking a short detour via the Andaman Trunk road after crossing the famous tourist destinations of Rangat and Amkunj Beach. It is actually located around 20 kilometres from Rangat. It is a superbly long walkway and one of its kind in the whole of India and hence very unique. The name Dhaninallah came into existence after the name of a variety of mangroves locally called Dhanipatti. This Walkway straightway leads to a captivating and long beach known as Dhaninallah Beach, which is famous for being a turtle nesting ground. The walkway is exceptionally beautiful at par with the beauty of the beach. The walkway has been constructed among the mangrove which is around 715 metres long leading to the beach front crossing creeks and mangroves. One can have a close look at the mangroves on both sides. The walk gets thrilling and is super exciting. Both sides of the walkway is fringed by lush green thick mangroves of every height and also contain small resting huts. Enjoy pristine nature and an air filled with bird chirpings emanating from the mangrove surrounding forests. Once you reach the beach you shall be doubly bowled over by the emerald blue waters of a tropical sea. The beach is very clean with silvery white sands.
Panchavati Waterfalls is located on the Panchavati Hills and commands a unique and beautiful location. Even though it is located 200 kilometres away from Port Blair, the capital of Andaman and Nicobar Islands. The waterfall tumbles down from quite a great height and is a natural wonder. The beauty of waterfalls and the lush green surroundings attract a lot of tourists from far and near. It is an ideal location for trekkers too and if you intend to trek you need to wear comfortable shoes. Also, the waters of the waterfall are inviting and in case you are tempted to take a dip, carry an extra change of clothes. There is no stipulated time for entry or fee or restriction for entry. It can be visited anytime from sunrise to sunset. The location is ideal for nature photography, fishing and tasting the local culinary delicacies.