Don’t judge a book by its cover because you’ll be deceived. The same goes for what seemingly seems like the dusty little town of Diglipur. Let me tell you a fact- Diglipur is the largest Island town in the Andamans and is also one of the lesser known tourist destinations. This little tropical haven has numerous specialities and it harbours a number of the rarest attractions that you simply can’t find anywhere else within the Andamans.

You cannot complete a visit to Diglipur if you haven’t been to the village of Ram Nagar. With lush mangroves and thick forest vines, surrounding the place, it’s a vision to behold. This beach is probably one among the less crowded beaches within the Andamans. The Ram Nagar Beach is ideal for some water-fun but it is not for beginners. The waters of Ram Nagar Beach are infamous for its sharp coral reefs and other people got to careful. Just avoid that a part of the waters and therefore the rest is ok. You need to form sure that you simply have an area guide with you in order that you recognize where exactly you’ll venture out and where you can’t .

You might have seen those tiny little heads popping out of their shells and crawling to the sea. Their cute little trails on the ocean creating wonderful patterns. Yes, I am talking about turtle-watching! The Kalipur Beach is legendary for its turtle trails and it’s an exquisite sight to ascertain these little creatures making their answer into the open. The virgin white sandy beaches and plush green dales and pristine waters and open sea, further increase the sweetness of the place.

Saddle up to mount the very best peak within the Andamans, because you’re up for the sight of your life. The Saddle Peak Park in Diglipur may be a wonderful tourist destination and an eco-friendly paradise. A haven for those that are tormented enough by the touch of modernity, Saddle Peak may be a dream come true for all adventure enthusiasts and wildlife lovers.

The fuss is not entirely about the Beach, though it is an unparalleled beauty with wide open sea, rich with coral reefs and housing some of the rarest varieties of marine life. Since it’s not easily accessible by road, by foot or by waterways, it poses a problem for tourists because it’s definitely an isolated location. But Pathi Level Beach may be a haven for those that crave a touch little bit of privacy faraway from prying eyes and crowded beaches.

Get down at Shyamnagar within the Diglipur County of the Andamans ask the locals for ‘Jal Tikry’. Now this is often quite rare sight because the village of Shyam Nagar harbours a singular scientific phenomenon- mud volcano! Trek through the dense forests of Shyam Nagar and after an hour’s walk you will reach a series of mud volcanoes, some which are active for years and some which have lain dormant for quite some time.

A visit to Diglipur involves tons of walking so confirm you pack an honest pair of trekking shoes. This might cause a problem to those who wish to lay back for their vacation. But what fun is it, once you have such scenic abundance everywhere and you fail to explore it? Diglipur shouldn’t be judged because of its looks, and the beauty of the Island runs wild in all its magnanimity.