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Dhani Nala Beach

Rangat, North Andaman Island, India
+91 96000 17031
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Beautiful Place to Visit

This beautiful beach is on Rangat, a small town that one comes across on the way to Diglipur after... read more

Reviewed yesterday
Parwathi H
Biggest wooden bridge of india...

Best experience, tortoise nesting is famous phenomena in this place. 850 m long mangrove walk way... read more

Reviewed 16 April 2018
Siddharth S
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Rangat, North Andaman Island, India
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Reviewed yesterday

This beautiful beach is on Rangat, a small town that one comes across on the way to Diglipur after Baratang. We visited this place on our return trip from Diglipur. The wooden walkaway through the mangroves that leads to the beach is very well thought...More

Thank Parwathi H
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Reviewed 16 April 2018 via mobile

Best experience, tortoise nesting is famous phenomena in this place. 850 m long mangrove walk way, lengthiest wooden bridge in India. Good for adventure and hiking and tracking. Not allowed after 5:00 pm .. Sacred Forrest reserved.

Thank Siddharth S
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Reviewed 6 April 2018

you can find this beach on way to Mayabandar. First u have to cross 1 km wooden way. After reach the beach u fill quite and calm environment. A turtle Nesting center also at bank of the sea.

Thank chandankumar d
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Reviewed 4 March 2018 via mobile

Take a walk down the wooden ramp and the beach welcomes you with open arms... What a lovely place.. pure bliss....

Thank Chattesu
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Reviewed 22 February 2018

Though the Dhani Nallah Mangrove bridge walk of 713 meters is good but after having seen a smaller but similar version at the Baratang Cave, I suggest visit to this place is avoidable, even though it falls on your route to Diglipur in the north.

Thank rksinghi
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Reviewed 1 December 2017

We went to the almost uninhabitat Dhaninalla Mangroves and Beach in Rangat in the Middle Andamans during November, 2017. An almost surreal place with the pindrop silence of the lush green and dense unspoilt mangroves with no human activity, Nature cannot look more beautiful than...More

Thank Suresh B
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Reviewed 14 October 2017 via mobile

Beautiful bridge meets the beach through a mangrove forest.Solitary walk.Heavy showers throughout the day but still we reached the end of the bridge and listened to the roaring waves.

Thank echowa
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Reviewed 6 April 2017 via mobile

Good place ... Scenic views... This 750 m walkway leads to a beautiful beach and good amenities nearby... Bit you won't find official guard or caretaker.. Plan it your own with family for food and other basic eminities

Thank Praveen J
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Reviewed 18 January 2017 via mobile

It was nice to visit this place, it had hardly anyone there, but it was very clean and beautiful. It has natural mangrove forest to go through with a very long wooden bridge nice for children and couples

Thank 31Raghvendra
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Reviewed 24 October 2016

One km walk over the wooden bridge with mangrove forest on both side is very romantic. To avoid sand fly bite near beach one can use nim oil.

Thank Goutam G
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