Amongst many picturesque and scenic places, Rangat Town of Andaman is blessed with many sightseeing points within a reachable vicinity. Well Connected by sea routes and road it is situated on Middle Andaman island. One of the hidden and undisturbed gems of Rangat is Aamkunj Beach. Unlike many beaches in Aamkunj beach in Andaman is a black rocky sand beach. Located just 8 km away from Rangat Aamkunj Beach is on the way to Mayabunder in Nibuthala Village. Aamkunj Beach is walkable from the main road which makes it easily accessible without making any detours.
The best part of the beach is the weather at sunset and sunrise. To watch the splendid view of sunrise one must visit Aamkunj Beach. Natural and Eco-Friendly sit-outs make tourists relax at the beachside. Sunbathing is the most prominent activity done on this beach. Uneven terrain makes it a bit difficult to swim in the waters yet with care and some knowledge one can take the plunge in shallow waters at Aamkunj beach. Snorkeling is also getting popular activity amongst tourists to do here. Various species of oceanic birds can be spotted on this beach because of mangrove trees lined along the seashore. After re-establishing Aamkunj Beach into a nature park many facilities are arranged for tourists and locals. Aamkunj beach in Rangat Andaman is also famous for turtle sightings. Cuthbert beach, Moore's dare, Dhani Nallah Mangrove walk, Panchavati Hills, Diglipur are some of the nearby Attractions from Aamkung Beach.
Aamkunj beach in Andaman & Nicobar is the easiest to reach amongst the other beaches. It is located 8km away from Rangat bazaar. You can hire a cab or bus to reach here from Rangat. After getting down at main road near Nibuthala it is just 5 mins walk to the beach.
To visit Aamkunj beach you don’t have to make any special planning because it is in the middle of the Rangat and Mayabunder. As well as it is very near to the Andaman trunk road which makes it easily accessible at any time of the day. From October to June you can visit any time and take pleasure in sunbathing or swimming and snorkeling in shallow Emerald blue seawater.
Although Aamkunj Beach has shallow waters one must be careful before swimming as its rocky coastline makes it a bit risky. Carry your own food and water as there are not many shops and restaurants nearby. Do not forget to carry your sunglasses and sunscreen lotion as sun rays could be harsh. Although very lots of tourists skip this place while traveling through Rangat to Diglipur or Mayabunder; this place is really beautiful and a must-visit. Fewer numbers visitors make it more peaceful and those who are looking for some relaxation and rejuvenation should definitely visit Aamkunj Beach.
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