|Native name: Hatgagám|
Map of Hatgagám
|Etymology||hatga 'first' + agám 'island'|
|Location||The Sea of Alpa|
|Highest elevation||715 m (2,346 ft)|
|Largest settlement||Koarátkeiŋ (pop. 17,018)|
|Population||28,875 (as of 2015); all fifteen islands' population|
|Ethnic groups||Yokultans, Durykians|
Hatgagám (Niryokulta: Hatgagám [ˈhatʰkakæ:m]) is the second biggest island in Akamyokulta that is however the most populated, with population of 28,875 inhabitants. It belongs to Iŋiqagáin archipelago consisting of 24 islands. Akamyokulta's capital Koarátkeiŋ and highest point of the country Aŋašilip (715 m) are located here.
The archipelago is known for its large population of puffins which is the biggest tourist attraction.