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  • A four week long curfew on the islands

    Updated: 26 May 2021

    There is an ongoing four-week long curfew on the island owing to rising COVID-19 cases.

  • Tourist attractions closed till further notice

    Updated: 29 May 2021

     Tourist attractions attracting large gatherings closed till further notice.

  • RT PCR report on arrival

    Updated: 29 May 2021

    A negative RT PCR report has to be presented by all passengers on arrival.

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  • All passengers will be required to go through thermal screening.
  • All incoming passengers have to carry the RT-PCR negative test report issued from an ICMR approved lab. The test should have been taken within 48 hours. RT-PCR timeline begins from the swab collection time. Any passenger without it will be sent back to the origin. Also, handwritten reports are not acceptable.
  • Along with having the negative RT-PCR report, all incoming passengers will undergo Rapid Antigen Test (RAT) upon arrival at designated testing centers that are located within two kilometers of Veer Savarkar International Airport, Port Blair.
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  • Activities attracting huge crowds such as the Light and Sound Show at Netaji Subhash Chandra Bose Island and National Memorial Cellular Jail, water sports, beaches, and other such activities have been suspended across all three districts for another four weeks starting from May 20, 2021.
  • A new standard operating procedure for adventure water sports has been issued.
  • Travelling to North and Middle Andaman Islands, Nicobar group of islands, and Little Andaman Island is not allowed for tourism purposes as of now.
  • The ongoing night curfew has been extended by one hour from 9 pm to 5 am.
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  • Even if the test of the result conducted on arrival is negative, all passengers still have to home quarantine for a week.
  • Any passenger with a positive test result will be sent for institutional quarantine for further treatment.
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  • Regular flights to Port Blair (the capital of the Andaman and Nicobar Islands) are operational now.
  • There are direct flights from Chennai, Kolkata, Bangalore, and Delhi.
  • Public transports like cabs, taxis, and bus services are also functional.
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Travellers should carefully follow social distancing norms and wear masks as well. Also, before making any booking, they should refer to the latest travel news on the government website of the Andaman and Nicobar Islands.

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Places to Visit in Diglipur Island

A postcard-perfect beach destination adorned with a cluster of 572 islets, Andaman is a little slice of paradise. What comes to mind when we talk about Andaman are images of picturesque islands, gorgeous beaches, azure skies and meandering trails. Floating in the Bay of Bengal, the archipelago lies in the east of the Indian mainland. From plush flora and fauna to rich history and heritage, Andaman is simply a feast for one’s eyes. Merely 36 islands are inhabited, and even fewer are open to tourists. Some islands are home to several indigenous tribes who have zero contact with the outside-world.

Blessed with beautiful topography, the underwater action, tropical rain-forests, island hopping, white sand beaches and tranquil ambiance, Andaman makes for an ideal getaway for all kinds of travelers. For those who enjoy an adrenaline-filled action, this is the right place to be. An aquatic adventure such as snorkeling, scuba diving, parasailing, undersea walking, speed boating, and kayaking is at your fingertips. A treasure trove of exquisite vistas, Andaman is full of things that can make you go gaga and lives up to the hype.

Travelers arrive at Port Blair as domestic flights from all the major cities to the capital continue to be the best way to reach the island. If you look at the map closely, Port Blair lies in the Southern island of Andaman. Trace your finger all the way to the north, and halt at the island named Diglipur. A pre-eminent destination for ecotourism, Diglipur is the largest town in the northern province of the Andamanarchipelago.

Famed highlights such as Ross & Smith Islands, Kalipur Beach, Ramnagar Beach, Alfred cave, Saddle Peak; all of them perfectly complement each other to create the magical realm of Diglipur. Whether looking for an active or sedentary time up here at this island, Diglipur provides a backdrop to admire from afar, or run headfirst into and explore. Diglipur boasts of abundant greenery and captivating marine life and is bound to leave visitors overwhelmed. The temperature here ranges between 23°C – 31°C, which accounts for pleasant weather throughout the year.

Diglipur, the hidden gem of Andamans, is an amalgamation of diversity, in its landscape as well as its portrait. Inhabitants include people from Bengal, Tamil Nadu and Kerala offering a unique cultural experience. The two primary occupations in this island are cultivation and fisheries. The peak tourist season in North Andamans is between November and March. Buses between PortBlair and Diglipur run in the morning. There are three refreshing breaks in the journey during which travelers need to cross the creeks using vehicle ferries.

Nestled at an elevation of 43m above sea level, it is roughly 298 kilometers from Port Blair. Owing to its distance from the popular tourist hot spots of Andaman, the island often gets unnoticed by travelers who have little time on their hands. But perhaps, this is the reason that

  • Places to Visit in Diglipur Island

    Experiences offered in Diglipur are rare, incredible and worth the effort. Travelers who make this long journey far north are in for a treat.

    From scaling the highest peak in the Bay of Bengal to witnessing an active mud volcano, hiking the cluster of extraordinary 41 limestone caves, observing sea turtles nest or the hatchlings discovering the clear waters for the first time, Diglipur is a treasure trove for all. With so much to indulge in, travelers often visit Diglipur with snorkeling gear, trekking shoes and time on their hands. In the land of sun and sea, pursue swimming, snorkeling, scuba diving, trekking, island hopping and so much-more.

Ross & Smith Islands or “Twin-islands” are two separate entities that are connected by a natural sandbar. Visible during low tides, the crescent-shaped “Sandbar Beach” gets submerged during high tide. Surrounded by lush greenery and emerald water, the island also boasts of a marine sanctuary making it the ideal place to spot beautiful corals.

Saddle Peak, at the ascent of 732m, is the highest point in the Bay of Bengal and overlooks the glorious coasts of North and Middle Andaman. Surrounded by Saddle Peak National Park, the trail is steep and 8 kilometers long. There are three viewpoints on this trek, and the intermediate one offers a bird’s eye view of the neighboring islands.

To witness turtle nesting and hatching in Andamans, head to the Aamkunj beach, Dhaninallah beach or Karmatang, also known as the ‘Turtle Paradise’ of India. Weather plays an influential role during the nesting season. Female turtles approach the sandy beaches and begin digging a hole, where they later nest hundreds of-eggs.

Diglipur is home to a cluster of limestone caves, or as it’s rightly called “Alfred Caves”. A trek through the jungle leads you to the natural habitats of Swiftlet birds which nest in these caves. Their edible nests are quite famed and valued in the world. Roughly 40 kilometers north of Diglipur, active muddy craters can be found. A mud volcano is a natural spectacle and is caused by the eruption of hot mud, slurries, gases and water from the ground. These are not textbook volcanoesastheydonotemitlavaandarenotnecessarilydrivenbymagmaticactivity.

Escape from the cacophony of urban life is something we all desire, and if there is a little chance of that happening, why hold back? A beautiful hamlet in the Bay of Bengal, Diglipur boasts of its untouched beauty, pleasant ambiance and Eco-friendly travel. A destination bestowed with all the nature’s blessings, Diglipur takes you on a magical trail with a play of colors in the landscape you witness. Isn’t that worth adding to your bucket list?

Those who take the road not taken, sure are up for a once in a lifetime experience, as this tropical paradise harbors rare attractions you don’t find anywhere else in the Andamans. Whether you are a couple planning your honeymoon or a family planning a holiday, or a solo traveler who wants to explore offbeat travel, here’s presenting the honeymoon or a family planning a holiday, or a solo traveler who wants to explore offbeat travel here’s presenting the perfect and pristine Eco-friendly destination for you, Diglipur.

Alfred Caves

Lamiya Bay

Ram Nagar

Ross & Smith

Saddle Peak National Park

  • About

    About

    A postcard-perfect beach destination adorned with a cluster of 572 islets, Andaman is a little slice of paradise. What comes to mind when we talk about Andaman are images of picturesque islands, gorgeous beaches, azure skies and meandering trails. Floating in the Bay of Bengal, the archipelago lies in the east of the Indian mainland. From plush flora and fauna to rich history and heritage, Andaman is simply a feast for one’s eyes. Merely 36 islands are inhabited, and even fewer are open to tourists. Some islands are home to several indigenous tribes who have zero contact with the outside-world.

    Blessed with beautiful topography, the underwater action, tropical rain-forests, island hopping, white sand beaches and tranquil ambiance, Andaman makes for an ideal getaway for all kinds of travelers. For those who enjoy an adrenaline-filled action, this is the right place to be. An aquatic adventure such as snorkeling, scuba diving, parasailing, undersea walking, speed boating, and kayaking is at your fingertips. A treasure trove of exquisite vistas, Andaman is full of things that can make you go gaga and lives up to the hype.

    Travelers arrive at Port Blair as domestic flights from all the major cities to the capital continue to be the best way to reach the island. If you look at the map closely, Port Blair lies in the Southern island of Andaman. Trace your finger all the way to the north, and halt at the island named Diglipur. A pre-eminent destination for ecotourism, Diglipur is the largest town in the northern province of the Andamanarchipelago.

    Famed highlights such as Ross & Smith Islands, Kalipur Beach, Ramnagar Beach, Alfred cave, Saddle Peak; all of them perfectly complement each other to create the magical realm of Diglipur. Whether looking for an active or sedentary time up here at this island, Diglipur provides a backdrop to admire from afar, or run headfirst into and explore. Diglipur boasts of abundant greenery and captivating marine life and is bound to leave visitors overwhelmed. The temperature here ranges between 23°C – 31°C, which accounts for pleasant weather throughout the year.

    Diglipur, the hidden gem of Andamans, is an amalgamation of diversity, in its landscape as well as its portrait. Inhabitants include people from Bengal, Tamil Nadu and Kerala offering a unique cultural experience. The two primary occupations in this island are cultivation and fisheries. The peak tourist season in North Andamans is between November and March. Buses between PortBlair and Diglipur run in the morning. There are three refreshing breaks in the journey during which travelers need to cross the creeks using vehicle ferries.

    Nestled at an elevation of 43m above sea level, it is roughly 298 kilometers from Port Blair. Owing to its distance from the popular tourist hot spots of Andaman, the island often gets unnoticed by travelers who have little time on their hands. But perhaps, this is the reason that

    • Places to Visit in Diglipur Island

      Experiences offered in Diglipur are rare, incredible and worth the effort. Travelers who make this long journey far north are in for a treat.

      From scaling the highest peak in the Bay of Bengal to witnessing an active mud volcano, hiking the cluster of extraordinary 41 limestone caves, observing sea turtles nest or the hatchlings discovering the clear waters for the first time, Diglipur is a treasure trove for all. With so much to indulge in, travelers often visit Diglipur with snorkeling gear, trekking shoes and time on their hands. In the land of sun and sea, pursue swimming, snorkeling, scuba diving, trekking, island hopping and so much-more.

    Ross & Smith Islands or “Twin-islands” are two separate entities that are connected by a natural sandbar. Visible during low tides, the crescent-shaped “Sandbar Beach” gets submerged during high tide. Surrounded by lush greenery and emerald water, the island also boasts of a marine sanctuary making it the ideal place to spot beautiful corals.

    Saddle Peak, at the ascent of 732m, is the highest point in the Bay of Bengal and overlooks the glorious coasts of North and Middle Andaman. Surrounded by Saddle Peak National Park, the trail is steep and 8 kilometers long. There are three viewpoints on this trek, and the intermediate one offers a bird’s eye view of the neighboring islands.

    To witness turtle nesting and hatching in Andamans, head to the Aamkunj beach, Dhaninallah beach or Karmatang, also known as the ‘Turtle Paradise’ of India. Weather plays an influential role during the nesting season. Female turtles approach the sandy beaches and begin digging a hole, where they later nest hundreds of-eggs.

    Diglipur is home to a cluster of limestone caves, or as it’s rightly called “Alfred Caves”. A trek through the jungle leads you to the natural habitats of Swiftlet birds which nest in these caves. Their edible nests are quite famed and valued in the world. Roughly 40 kilometers north of Diglipur, active muddy craters can be found. A mud volcano is a natural spectacle and is caused by the eruption of hot mud, slurries, gases and water from the ground. These are not textbook volcanoesastheydonotemitlavaandarenotnecessarilydrivenbymagmaticactivity.

    Escape from the cacophony of urban life is something we all desire, and if there is a little chance of that happening, why hold back? A beautiful hamlet in the Bay of Bengal, Diglipur boasts of its untouched beauty, pleasant ambiance and Eco-friendly travel. A destination bestowed with all the nature’s blessings, Diglipur takes you on a magical trail with a play of colors in the landscape you witness. Isn’t that worth adding to your bucket list?

    Those who take the road not taken, sure are up for a once in a lifetime experience, as this tropical paradise harbors rare attractions you don’t find anywhere else in the Andamans. Whether you are a couple planning your honeymoon or a family planning a holiday, or a solo traveler who wants to explore offbeat travel, here’s presenting the honeymoon or a family planning a holiday, or a solo traveler who wants to explore offbeat travel here’s presenting the perfect and pristine Eco-friendly destination for you, Diglipur.

    Alfred Caves

    Lamiya Bay

    Ram Nagar

    Ross & Smith

    Saddle Peak National Park


  • Do's & Don'ts

    Do's :

    1. Take a copy of your tickets and permits with you at all times.
    2. Check the certification of the tour operator before booking.
    3. Carry sunscreen because the tropical sea wind along with sun is harmful to the skin.
    4. Carry a waterproof bag to keep important documents.
    5. Contact Tourist information centres in the islands for any assistance.
    6. While driving, Carry legal documents like driving license, permit, passport and follow traffic rules.
    7. Do wear a helmet while riding two-wheeler motor vehicles.
    8. Swim in safe areas only. And Consult lifeguards at the coast before entering the sea.
    9. Remember to carry all the necessary items like sunscreen lotion, comfortable footwear, camera and sunglasses.
    10. If you want to capture a photo/video in any tourist attraction, then obtain permission. All the tourist attractions spots will carry notice boards about approval.
    11. Use the dustbins for disposing of garbage. Help keep the Andaman Islands litter-free, please do not throw waste in parks, on beaches, into the sea or public places.
    12. Carry essential documents like permits and driving license with you at all times while travelling in the Andaman Islands.
    13. Get necessary permits from the authorities for visiting National Parks of the island.
    14. Be sensitive to the privacy and lifestyle of the local tribes.
    15. Avail the service of qualified Instructors having certification of international organizations (PADI, CMAS, NAUI) for a safe scuba diving session.
    16. Inform authorities if you notice any illegal/undesirable activity on the island.
    17. Foreign nationals must keep their restricted area permit with them at all times.

    Don'ts :

    1. Do not smoke in public areas.
    2. Plastic carry-bags are prohibited in the Andaman Islands, kindly consider jute/ recycled bags for your comfort.
    3. The island is renowned for its flora and fauna - Do not hunt birds and animals both on land and on the sea.
    4. Travelling to tribal reserves without a special pass is prohibited.
    5. Overnight Stays in forest areas or beaches are not allowed. We advise you to return before the sunset.
    6. Unless permitted, Camping on the islands and lighting bonfires in beaches or forests is a punishable offence.
    7. Breaking and touching a live coral is prohibited. Visitors are advised not to collect any dead coral as well.
    8. Please do not take pictures of the aboriginal tribes of Andaman or record their activities. It is a punishable crime under the Indian Penal Code.
    9. Do not swim when drunk, it is not safe, and there are massive repercussions against the offender.
    10. Nudity is not acceptable on all Andaman beaches and public areas.
    11. Do not overstay at the islands past your permit time.
    12. Be very careful when visiting specific beaches where the crocodile sign is up. There have been some instances of people who ignored it and ended up getting attacked by the crocodile.
    13. Do not ride a bike or scooter without a helmet. The authorities in Andaman are strict about Road safety - both the rider and pillion must wear a helmet.
    14. Do not go for snorkelling by yourself, especially at prohibited areas of the beaches in Andaman island.

  • Testimonials

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    “With a belief that traveling has its own way of teaching new lessons, I and my wife explore every place to learn something new and experience something different. And on our third honeymoon, we wanted to a mix of nature, adventure, beach, water sports, and romance, and Andaman struck a ...

    John Smith

    Andaman Islands FAQs

    • Q1.   What is the geographical location of Diglipur?

      Diglipur is a quirky little town that is considered a hidden gem of North Andaman. It is situated on the northernmost tip of the island chain. Owing to its remoteness from the rest of the Andamans, the town is off the tourist trail. You can reach Diglipur via Andaman Trunk Road or by a ten-hour voyage via ships.

    • Q2.   Should I include Diglipur in my Andamans’ itinerary?

      You should visit Diglipur if you are willing to see the ingenious version of the Andaman Islands. This town is a serene parallel world that is mostly unnoticed. The town has lodges, a vegetable and fish market, a temple, bakeries, and a water stream filled with hyacinth. If you don’t like crowds, then it is an ideal place as tourists are a rare sight here.

    • Q3.   Which are the must-visit beaches in Diglipur?

      Diglipur is home to gorgeous beaches. The most beautiful beaches here are as follows:

      • Ram Nagar Beach

      This beach is a long stretch of palm trees fringed by mangrove forests on both sides. The bay doesn’t have the typical light blue turquoise colors because the grayish volcanic sand makes the sea look darker. The place is not good for snorkeling owing to the murky waters but is a perfect spot for swimming. It is considered to be the best around the town. 

      The beach is a nesting ground for Olive Ridley turtles. Therefore, the beach closes at 5 pm and no one is allowed to walk on the sand afterward. You can also see an artificial hatchery set up there. The turtle nesting season is between December and March, and you can see eggs being laid by sea turtles and released into the water. The beach is being developed into an eco-friendly picnic place for visitors by the forest department. 

      • Lamiya Bay Beach

      The gorgeous Lamiya Bay Beach is at the foothills of the highest peak on the island—Saddle Peak. The beauty of the dazzling beach is further accentuated by the polished pebbles that are laid down on the shoreline. The beach is visited mostly by either honeymooners or nature lovers as it is a highly photographic beach with shrubs and trees displaying contrast. To savor the beauty of sun, sand and shade on a sunny and bright day, there are beautiful eco-friendly huts and watchtowers on the shoreline for the tourists. 

      • Kalipur Beach

      Located behind the tranquil village of Kalipur, you can easily reach Kalipur Beach by taking a local bus from the main Diglipur bazaar. It is majorly popular for observing turtle nesting and that too four different species of sea turtles (Olive Ridley, Leather Back, Hawksbill, and Green Turtles), who come here to nest their eggs. The government has built a hatchery there for this purpose. If you are fortunate, then you can see turtles laying their eggs late at night as well as baby turtles being set free into the ocean early in the morning.

      Kalipur Beach features volcanic grey colored sand and crystal clear water. It is an ideal place for swimming and snorkeling. Jellyfish are found in abundance here. Owing to sand flies, sunbathing is not recommended. During the time of low tides, the beach appears to be grim dead corals breaking the surface and a few mangrove trees embracing the shore. 

    • Q4.   Is Diglipur a honeymoon destination?

      Offering an amazing romantic experience to honeymooners, Diglipur has emerged as a sought-after destination. Its beaches are perfect for witnessing unforgettable sunrises and sunsets in the Andamans. Here, you can take a stroll on the beach with your better half amidst a magical glorious orange and pink sunset in the backdrop. The sky is painted in several lovely hues. Such a fabulous marvel of nature, isn’t it? Evenings here are extremely romantic. Spend some quality time in Diglipur if you want to cherish impressive natural attractions. The small town is secluded and thus, you both will get the much-needed privacy.

    • Q5.   What else can I see in Diglipur apart from its beaches?

      Diglipur has a lot more than its beaches. When in this tiny town, visit Alfred Caves. Diglipur is home to over 40 unexplored caves. Alfred Caves are among the most popular that were named after the scientist who discovered them. These limestone caves are secluded because of the dense jungle. These are unique and rare, and a bit tough to reach. You need to trek to reach these caves and this hiking is not meant for the faint-hearted. You will be required to do strenuous trekking for nearly one hour via narrow jungle trails. The best time to visit there is between October and April. The paths get slippery and unsafe during the reason season. Another unusual place in Diglipur is Jal Tikry (mud volcanoes) in Shyamnagar village. Trekking through its dense forests will make you witness a unique scientific phenomenon called the mud volcanoes (locally known as Jal Tikry). Some of them have been dormant for some time now while others are active for years. This site is something very rare and unique. You should include it in your travel bucket list for sure.

    • Q6.   Does Diglipur have any national park?

      The popular Saddle Peak National Park is located in Diglipur. Established in 1987, the park spans across an area of 85 square kilometers in the northern part of the Andaman District. It has rare species of flora and fauna like the wild pig, Andaman hill myna, imperial pigeon, water monitor lizards, and saltwater crocodiles. The forest land of the islands is covered with luxuriant and lush green and thick tropical rain forests. The vegetation is characterized by a humid, warm, and wet tropical climate. The park spans north to south along the eastern coast of North Andaman Island. Majority of the eastern boundary of Saddle Peak Park borders the sea with a long and rocky beach. You can reach the park by trekking, which is quite a popular activity here.

    • Q7.   How can I reach Saddle Peak National Park?

      Trekking to reach this peaceful national park in Diglipur is very famous. The trek is eight kilometers long starting from its entry to the peak of the mountains. Hikers love to go on this trek. Tourists of all age groups can visit this national park. The park also has a freshwater pool from which water is piped to Diglipur. It has as many as ten perennial streams and 132 seasonal streams. Uninhabited by human beings, the wilderness at Saddle Peak National Park stays protected here. Patches of white sand and coastal rocks covers the shoreline running along the park.

    • Q8.   Can I try my hand at snorkeling in Diglipur?

      Yes, Diglipur is a great place in the Andaman Islands to go for snorkeling. A sought-after town among adventure lovers, it is a good place to witness the rich marine life in India. The crystal-clear warm waters offer great visibility. Spot beautiful coral reefs and colorful species under the water here. Adding a magical touch to your underwater experience, the clear waters reveal hues of blues and greens once the sun starts shining bright. That is truly a mesmerising sight. The island beaches are kissed by sea waves and offer great opportunities for snorkeling. Enjoy spotting some underwater creatures in their natural habitat.

    • Q9.   Is scuba diving available in Diglipur?

      A vacation in the Andaman Islands is incomplete without going for scuba diving in Diglipur. This serene tourist hotspot is home to white sandy beaches, turquoise lagoons, colorful corals, cobalt waters, and rich underwater world. Exploring the depths of such a wonderful place is a mesmerising experience for sure. Scuba diving is a sought-after activity in Diglipur and travellers from all over the world visit this town when in the Andaman Islands. If you are a water enthusiast (or not), you are going to enjoy the incredible marine life offered by the emerald isles. Necessary equipment such as an oxygen cylinder, water goggles, a pair of fins, regulator, weights (to keep you underwater), etc. will be provided here of the best quality for your security.

    • Q10.   Is Diglipur a good destination for hiking?

      Diglipur has a priceless treasure of natural attractions, wildlife, and biodiversity. Saddle Peak National Park is one such spot in this town that is an ideal destination for wildlife activists, photographers, and conservationists. The park is counted among the top tourist attractions owing to its rich flora and fauna. On your way, you will find several huts and benches at close distances so that you can take rest. Trekkers can spend some time and bask in the natural beauty here. At the top, the views are just breathtaking! You can also witness the ruins of lost temples and perennial streams flowing through different regions of Saddle Peak National Park. 

      Timings: Monday to Sunday, 4 AM to 5 PM

      Entry Fee: INR 25 for Indian citizens and INR 50 for foreigners

    • Q11.   Which are the best hotels and resorts in Diglipur?

      Nearby the main market and stadium area in Diglipur, you will find four-five guesthouses that have all the basic facilities. Do not expect luxury amenities here. Stay in Kalipur if you want to stay at a lavish resort. The resort also offers affordable cheap bamboo huts to backpackers. The property is twenty kilometers from Diglipur. During peak season, accommodations get crowded in Diglipur.

      Some of the best accommodations in Diglipur are mentioned below:

      • Turtle Resort
      • Titlee Guest House
      • APWD Guest House
      • Pristine Beach Resort
      • Saddle Peak View Resort
    • Q12.   Which are the best restaurants in Diglipur?

      As Diglipur is not that of a tourist hub, there are not so many restaurants. However, bakeries are in surplus here. The best restaurants and food outlets in Diglipur are as follows:

      • Anu Bar & Restaurant
      • Hira Restaurant
      • Dolphin Restaurant
      • The Hangout Restro
      • Foodies
    • Q13.   Is reaching Diglipur easy?

      Located far up in the North Andaman, Diglipur is around 290 kilometers by road and 180 kilometers by sea from Port Blair. You can reach there by road, sea, or air. 

      1. By air- The fastest and the most exciting option for travel, helicopters are definitely the best choice. But since the seats are limited that get full often, you should book at least one day in advance. You can check about the timings and fare at A&N Tourism Information Centre. 
      2. By sea- Direct ships are available three-four times every week from Phoenix Bay to Aerial Bay. From here, it is nearly nine kilometers to Diglipur and nine kilometers to Kalipur in the opposite direction. 
      3. By road- Crossing three creeks on the way and the Jarawa tribe area, you can travel up north also by Andaman Trunk Road. However, the journey is quite tiring as it can take up to twelve long hours. 
    • Q14.   Is Diglipur a town in the Andaman Islands?

      Diglipur is a safe town, and the law and order here are in place. Solo travellers can also visit this place without any trouble.

    • Q15.   Can I make advance bookings for Diglipur?

      Yes, and it is highly recommended that you do it. Located in Port Blair, Andaman Island Travels can make all the bookings on your behalf. Its expert team is engaged in offering customised Andamans packages to meet the requirements of its esteemed clients. The tour operating company is well-known for planning amazing holidays across the island and giving total customer satisfaction.

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