It is the largest town in the North Andaman known for its mud volcanoes and spectacular marine life. It attracts tourists from various parts of the world. The major attractions here are the Saddle Peak and the Kalpong River. Other attractions that one should visit are Ross and Smith Islands, the Saddle Peak National Park, the beaches at Ram Nagar, Kalipur and Lamiya bay and mud volcanoes.
Visitors can explore this twin island of the archipelago through camping.
Located 18 km away from Diglipur, the beach is visited by tourists to see rare species of turtles namely Olive Ridley, Leather Back, Hawks Bill and Green turtles.
Located at the north side of Diglipur, this place offers a wide array of opportunities to indulge in water sports such as scuba diving, snorkeling and trekking.
Saddle Peak National Park
Saddle Peak National Park, situated 5 km away from Diglipur, houses varieties of wild animals such as wild pigs, water monitor lizards, saltwater crocodiles, whales, dolphins, and Andaman imperial pigeons etc.
It is an active volcano and a great place to visit in North Andaman. One has to cross the jungle to see it. It is bigger than the mud volcano in Baratang.