Diglipur town is the largest town in the North Andaman. Every year many tourists from round the world love to visit these islands to see the beautiful natural wonders that are present here. The major attractions of the town/island are Diglipur houses, mud volcanoes, superb marine life, the Saddle Peak, and the Kalpong River. There are many places near to the town such as Ross and Smith Islands, the Saddle Peak National Park, the beaches at Ram Nagar, Kalipur and Lamiya bay that are also visited by the tourists.
Rose-Smith Islands are the twin islands of the islet. Small Rivers are a part of this island, which makes the island more beautiful. Marine sanctuary is an ideal place to spot colorful species under water. The islands are connected by a narrow sandbar of dazzling white sand and are best part of Andaman. Forests have natural zoo, which exhibits large variety of wildlife species.
The beach is located 18 km away from Diglipur Island. The beach is frequented visited by many tourists to see the four rare species of turtles such as Olive Ridley, Leather Back, Hawks Bill and Green turtles. So, you can come here and enjoy the flawless blend of traditions as well as modernism.
Ramnagar Beach is situated to the north of Diglipur Island. The place is known for its water sports. The tourists here can enjoy different water sports such as scuba diving, snorkeling and trekking.
Saddle Peak National Park
This national park is located at distance of 5 kms from the Diglipur Islands. Saddle Peak National Park has been named so for having Saddle Peak -the highest peak of this islet. There are many wild animals here such as wild pigs, water monitor lizards, saltwater crocodiles, whales, dolphins, and Andaman imperial pigeons etc. You can visit here and experience the variety of wildlife. Weather in this area is humid, warm and tropical (wet).
Diglipur Islands are known for Mud Volcano sprawling over a large part of island. There are a series of seven to eight volcanoes lying in close to each other in the place. Many times in the year, the bubbles in the volcanoes release several gases into the surroundings.