Dhani Nala Beach

Dhani Nala Beach, Rangat: Address, Dhani Nala Beach Reviews: 4.5/5

Dhani Nala Beach
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Nikhil-Aradhna
National Capital Territory of Delhi, India35 contributions
What a beach!!
Dec 2019
Dhani Nala Beach can be seen only after you have walked 713 m on a wooden bridge in the middle of a mangrove forest. This was beautiful but a little scary as the board said 'Beware of Salt water Crocodiles'. But the beach is a must visit as this is the nesting ground for turtles and has a small hatchery to save the eggs from dogs.
Written January 23, 2020
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SeshKomanduri
Bengaluru, India219 contributions
Nice beach, fabulous mangrove walkway
Dec 2019
The beach at Dhani Nala is nice and pretty. The tourism department has made efforts to build some shacks/ Gol ghars for picnicking groups, and there are a number of high tables put up as well. However, the tourist inflow seems to be minimal here.

There is a very scenic wooden walkway through the mangroves from the road to the beach. This is a very nice and enjoyable walk. Even if you dont spend time on the beach, the mangrove walkway itself is worth the visit.

If you are on the Port Blair- Diglipur road trip, this place is worth stopping at!
Written January 2, 2020
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Aryan2007
Mumbai, India19,225 contributions
Lovely beach, enjoyed the Mangrove walk
Nov 2019
We visited Dhani Nala beach on our way from Port Blair to Diglipur. After visiting the limestone caves and mud volcano at Baratng, we reached Rangat. Th place is on the outskirts of Rangat towards the town of Mayabunder. The way to the beach passes through mangroves. There is a lovely bridge which we walked across through the mangroves to reach at the beach. The experience was really awesome. We also saw turtle hatcheries on the way to the beach. Beach is really clean and water is sparkling blue. Swimming is not recommended here, but overall very peaceful and nice place to relax.
Written December 21, 2019
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Shrutidhara Dutta
Faridabad, India12 contributions
Great place to enjoy Greenery as well as Beach view
Oct 2019 • Couples
Dhani Nala Beach in Rangat is very scenic.It is very well maintained by the Forest department.In order to reach the beach, one has to take a long walk over a bridge which is surrounded by Mangroves on both the sides. There are a few sitting areas as well along the bridge.So if you get tired..no need to worry. On the way to the beach you will see turtle hatcheries also. Overall ,it's a must visit for all the nature lovers out there..
Written October 30, 2019
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SURAJ K
Kochi (Cochin), India5,714 contributions
Walkway place!!!!
Jan 2019 • Family
This place is located 20km from Rangat towards mayabounder.it is the longest walkway of it's kind in India.You can see lots of mangrove species to watch and learn You can experience Eco friendly bech facilities like eco huts and sit outs are available near the beautiful beach.You can see turtles also.
Written April 29, 2019
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mnrkrishnan
Kochi (Cochin), India379 contributions
Walk over wooden Bridge across Palmgrove Trees
Apr 2018 • Family
From the Roadside one has to walk over 800Metres through ense Mangroves to reach the beach part. There is an eco friendly wooden bridge connecting the roadside to the beach to enable the tourists to walk over the bridge and reach the beach sand. This wooden bridge is very attractive, Eco friendly. The beach is not at all crowded, white sands all over and people who go to North Andaman only would visit this beach as a short break from the long journey from South Andaman. Since no swimmers are seen, swimming is not recommended here.
Written March 21, 2019
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nagpalsunil80
Gurugram (Gurgaon), India146 contributions
Dhani Nalla halt
Feb 2019

Rangat is a half point for journey from port Blair to Diglipur.
Since journey is long almost 15-16 hours so people stay in Rangat to have rest.
There is nothing in Rangat to see other than 2 local beach.
One is Ankunj and another is Dhani nalla beach.
This beach is not to go for bath and have relax. It’s just a time pass and relaxing point for this long journey.

There is a wooden bridge of almost 1 km surrounded with Mangroves and trees to reach this beach which is an attraction point.
U can click some good photos on this bridge.
Written February 28, 2019
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raunak kumar singh
43 contributions
Secluded beach
Sep 2018 • Friends
The beach is situated off-road to Andaman Trunk Road after Rangat towards Mayabunder. The beach is secludes and can be reached by walk through mangroves stretching 750 mtrs giving an awesome view.
Written December 17, 2018
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Anindita B
Anand, India125 contributions
Nice place.
Nov 2018 • Family
A must visit. Rangat quite bit far and remote and the road is a tough one but Rangat itself is very beautiful. A different experience altogether. Dhanni Nala is a beautiful bridge with mangroves on both the sides. The beach is also pretty. At times you can find yourself totally alone in the entire beach. Not crowded like other places in other Andaman islands.
Written November 28, 2018
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gogoipj
Tinsukia, India71 contributions
A beautifull walkway
Nov 2018 • Couples
Dhaninallah mangrove walk is at middle Andaman, between Mayabunder and Rangat. The walk way through mangrove trees over wooden bridge is more attractive then the beach. Place is very less crowded. One must not miss it while heading for Diglipur.
Written November 25, 2018
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