One who comes by road from Port Blair can go to Diglipur by crossing the sustin creek bridge (70 Kms) Kalipur (18 Kms) for viewing, Kalipur and Lamiya bay beaches. One can feel the innocent beauty of village life everywhere in Diglipur. One can prefer to relax from the hustle and humdrum of urban life should come here to enjoy holidays.
RamNagar Beach which is around 40 kms from Diglipur is a perfect place for the tourists through the evergreen forest to reach Lamiya bay & Ram Nagar beaches. The place can be reached by road as well as by sea by small dinghies.
It a sandy beach connecting two tiny islands. The sand bridge is the most fascinating element one should not miss to see. The sand bride will disappear during the high tide and will appear during the low tide. It is also famous for turtle nesting during December-February season.
Saddle peak (732 metres) is the highest point situated in North Andaman Island, nearby Kalpong river, the only river of Andaman flows from here. The first hydroelectric project of the island is on this river. One who comes by road from Port Blair can go to Diglipur by crossing the Sustin creek bridge.