It is the highest peak in south Andaman (365 meters high) and it used to be a summer rest camp for the British, the ruins of the structures built by the British bear testimony to this fact. From Mount Harriet one can have a spectacular view of the Ross Island, Havelock Island and Neil Island during fair weather conditions. Mount Harriet guest house, managed by the forest department makes night stay possible here, with prior booking.
Diglipur provides rare experience for eco-friendly tourists. The place is famous for its oranges, rice, forest wealth and marine life. Saddle Peak (732 Mtrs) is the highest point in the Andaman Islands.