On the northern Andaman island, Diglipur island is a prominent ecotourism destination that covers an expanse of greenery, and marine life. The island is mainly known for its beaches like Kalipur Beach, Ross & Smith Islands, Ramnagar Beach, and Pathi Level Beach that hosts activities like snorkeling, scuba diving, and trekking. Besides, Diglipur happens to the the largest peaks in the archipelago, which often remain thronged by the trekkers to see its unique wildlife. Do visit Ramnagar Beach, and Kalipur Beach to see the turtle nesting. A trek through the 41 cluster of Limestone caves is a must too.
For all those planning a holiday in Diglipur then the island is approachable by boat from Port Blair & Mayabunder. If coming from Port Blair, take a boat till Aerial Bay Jetty, which is very near to Kalipur in Diglipur. The boat services from Port Blair are available twice a week. Further, Kalighat is also well connected by daily two boat services from Mayabunder. Tourists can even travel by car to reach Diglipur from Port Blair
Ross & Smith Island, Saddle Peak, Kalipur Beach, Lamiya Bay Beach, Diglipur National Park, Ram Nagar Beach, Kalipur beach, Ramnagar Beach, and Mud Volcano are some of the attractions that tourists should visit over a trip to the Diglipur island. Trekking, Snorkeling, and Mangrove creek safari are some of the activities the activities that one can enjoy on a tour to Diglipur island.
A popular tourists destination of Andaman, and Nicobar islands, one should go on a holiday to Diglipur between May and October. During this time of the year, the temperature varies between 23°C, and 31°C.