An eco-tourism goal in Andaman, Rangat is known for its flawless beachs, cascades and strange islands. There are around 75 little towns here where a not too bad populace of individuals from Kerala and Tamil Nadu dwell. Among the best attractions of Rangat is the Aamkunj Beach, which is perfect for swimming, sunbathing and unwinding. The beach has been created particularly with eco-accommodating structures like eco cabins and forests that has been named after local verdure. Moricedera is another eco-tourism goal in Rangat which is likewise perfect for picnics. The place has a picturesque freshwater stream that fill in as a characteristic swimming pool. At a separation of around 20 kms from Rangat is Dhaninallah Mangrove Nature Walkway which is the biggest of its kind in India. It prompts a long beach called as Dhaninallah, which is known as a ground for turtle settling.
Somewhere else of enthusiasm close Rangat is Yerrata Mangrove Park and Yerrata Creek. It is a picturesque area spotted with different types of mangroves. In this manner, it is a perfect place to find out about various assortment of mangroves. There is a 13 m tall mangrove see watch tower which gives a chance to have an all encompassing perspective of the mangroves and the neighboring woods. Aside from this, Cutbert Bay Beach and Panchavati Hills are the two vital attractions of Rangat.