A friendly, dusty little town on North Andaman. The main attractions lie not in the town itself, but this is where buses arrive and depart from. Tourist accommodation is located in the nearby village of Kalipur.
Buses leave from the centre of town opposite the police stand. There's a ticket booking office here from which you can book tickets on the public express bus back to Port Blair or other southern destinations. Other destinations in north and middle andaman (for instance Rangat) you buy tickets on the bus. De Luxe buses can be booked at a shop opposite the bus stand.
Ferries come from Port Blair a few times per week and take around 10 hours. You can book ferry tickets at the administration block. It's by the Dolphin roundabout, and the ferry ticket windows are on the outside of the left hand side of the building. Ferries leave from Aerial Bay jetty, a 10 Rs shared jeep or bus journey outside of town - about 1/2 hour.
It's 30 minutes by bus from Diglipur to the Aerial Bay jetty (where ferries dock) and then another 30 minutes to Kalipur, where the "best" accommodation is called Pristine Beach resort.You can go by sea plane also from port blair to diglipur,it is going to be start very soon in April 2011.You have a daily trip from portblair to diglipur and diglipur to port blair
The Craggy Island across Kalipur beach is a little island known for fishes and corals.
Ross and Smith Islands are twin Islands bridged by pristine white sandy beach that has a swimming pool lagoon on one side and a snorkelling paradise on the other.
Mud Volcanoes could be witnessed in the green jungle of Shyamnagar and Diglipur.
A trek through primary jungle leads to Alfred Caves- a cluster of amazing 41 caves. It is a den for swiflets and fruit eating bats.
Turtles nesting could be seen in the beaches of Kalipur and Ramnagar during December- May.
.The highest peak of Andaman islands,The view of that 732 meter SADDLE PEAK is mesmerizing; one could have a panoramic bird eye view from top on trekking in midst of the rich Flora and Fauna of the Andaman’s.The climb itself is great too - the path follows the beach and then cuts through the primary jungle and forest up to the top. You can buy your 250Rs/25Rs, Foreigner/Indian permit from the forestry department office at the trailhead which is open from 6am, there's no need to buy it in advance.
You can get a guide from Pristine Beach Resort (500Rs) or go by yourself. To get there follow the road through Kalipur to Lamiya Bay. At the very end of the new road (about 1/2 hour) you will find the forestry department office where you could buy your permit.Then follow the trees with the red and-yellow painted bands. The path follows the beach, so if you lose it just go down to the beach and you'll soon see it again. To cross the streams you can either wade or go down onto the beach where the outflow will be leapable. When the beach curves round to the left look for the sign on your right and then follow the red bands painted on the trees. It's difficult to get lost - there's only one path.
A Tasty good food in Pristine Beach Resort in Kalipur. In Diglipur there's the usual Indian fare.
There are a few friendly bars in Diglipur and in Kalipur.