The Lamiya Bay Beach lies a few kilometers ahead of Kalipur beach and marks the foothill of Saddle Peak, the highest peak of Andaman and Nicobar Islands. To reach Lamiya Bay, take the road that goes to Kalipur beach from the jetty, and go ahead of the Kalipur beach.
One can have a long and emotional moment of silence at the beach while sitting on the rocks and hearing the waves crash against the rocks that produce the pleasing sound that brings peace and calmness for the mind.
What to see
Observe a magnificent sunset with the sky turning crimson and reflecting the last rays on the glossy pebbles. The rocks on the sands add the astounding beauty of the beach, making it an exotic pebbled beach lined with greens. Be one with nature as the trees sway to the rhythm of a gentle breeze singing an unknown song.
When to reach
The beach is open for tourists throughout the year, but the months between October to May are suitable for traveling the beach. The monsoon season needs to avoided as it may disrupt commutation between islands and Beaches. Thus the best time to visit Lamiya Bay Beach is from November to April when the sun is kinder and warmth of the sandy beaches offers a favorable environment.
How to reach
The Veer Savarkar Airport, an International Airport located in the capital town of Port Blair, is the gateway to Andaman and Nicobar Islands. Port Blair is connected with Chennai, Kolkata, and New Delhi by air. Many airlines operate regular flights. From Port Blair, Regular Bus services of government and private busses are available for Diglipur via Andaman Trunk Road (ATR).