Raman Bageecha Beach – Andman And Nicobar
Located in Rangat in Andaman and Nicobar is a scenic beach called “Raman Bageehca Beach”. This beach is situated in close proximity to the Rangat Jetty. Apart from its picturesque beauty, this beach is also known for the “cool windy breezy” it receives. Additionally, this beach comprises of a number of coconut trees, clean air, and an extremely tranquil environment. So if you want to relax in the presence of a “cool and tranquil environment” then this beach must be visited.
How to get there Raman Bageehca Beach?
- By Water:
There is a ferry service available from Rangat that connects to Long Island, Havelock Island, Neil Island, and Port Blair. This service is operational on all days of the week except Saturday.
2. By Road:
There are number of bus services that are available from Port Blair that connect to Rangat.
3. By Air:
The closest airport to this beach is located in Port Blair. The Port Blair Airport is well connected to major cities in the country like Kolkata, Mumbai etc.
Climate and the best time to visit Raman Bageehca Beach:
The climate during the summer months which begin in March and ends in June can be termed as “hot and humid” with temperatures ranging from a maximum of 35 degree Celsius to a minimum of 25 degree Celsius. The rainfall received during the monsoons that begins in June and ends in September ranges from moderate to heavy. As for the winter months which, begins in October and ends in February, the temperature ranges from a minimum of 20 degree Celsius to a maximum of about 30 degree Celsius. So the ideal time to visit this beach is from October to February as the climate is extremely pleasant during this period.
- Things/activities to do:
There are no major things/activities to do in and around this beach apart from relaxing and enjoying the tranquillity of the environment and the “cool windy breeze” that this beach receives.
- Word of caution:
Unfortunately the sea water in this beach is not clean hence bathing is strongly not recommended. Furthermore, the sea apart from being dirty is also not safe so swimming should be avoided.