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Scuba diving in Andaman

North Bay | Havelock Island | Neil Island
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Duration

60 Minutes

Cancellation

Up to 3 days

Group Size

20 people

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Overview

Scuba diving in Andaman Islands is a popular and breathtaking activity that allows you to explore the vibrant underwater world of the Bay of Bengal. The Andaman Islands are known for their diverse marine life, colorful coral reefs, and crystal-clear waters, making them an ideal destination for scuba diving enthusiasts.

Here’s what you need to know about scuba diving in Andaman Islands:

  1. Dive Sites: The Andaman Islands offer a range of dive sites suitable for all levels of divers, from beginners to experienced. Some of the notable dive sites include Havelock Island (now Swaraj Dweep), Neil Island, North Bay Island, and Wandoor. Each site offers unique underwater landscapes and marine ecosystems.
  2. Marine Life: The underwater world of the Andaman Islands is teeming with marine life. Divers can encounter a variety of species, including colorful fish, vibrant coral reefs, sea turtles, rays, sharks, and even rare species like the dugong. The diversity of marine life and coral formations is a major draw for scuba diving enthusiasts.
  3. Dive Centers: There are several reputable dive centers and operators in the Andaman Islands that offer scuba diving experiences. These centers provide equipment, experienced instructors, and guided dives to ensure your safety and enjoyment.
  4. Certification Courses: If you’re new to scuba diving, many dive centers offer certification courses such as the PADI Open Water Diver course. This course will teach you the necessary skills and knowledge to dive safely and independently.
  5. Visibility and Water Temperature: The visibility in the waters around the Andaman Islands is generally excellent, often exceeding 20 meters (65 feet). The water temperature can vary, but it’s usually pleasant for diving, ranging from around 26°C to 30°C (79°F to 86°F).
  6. Best Time to Dive: The Andaman Islands have a tropical climate, and the best time for scuba diving is usually from October to May when the seas are calm and the weather is favorable. However, the exact timing might vary based on the specific island and dive site.
  7. Conservation Efforts: It’s important to practice responsible diving to protect the fragile marine ecosystems. Follow the guidelines provided by your dive instructor and respect the underwater environment by not touching or disturbing the marine life and corals.
  8. Photography: Underwater photography is a fantastic way to capture the beauty of your scuba diving experiences. Some dive centers might offer photography services or allow you to bring your own underwater camera.

Scuba diving in Andaman Islands is an unforgettable experience that allows you to connect with the underwater world and witness the incredible biodiversity of the region. Whether you’re a beginner or an experienced diver, the Andaman Islands offer a range of diving opportunities that will leave you in awe of the marine life and natural beauty.

Highlights

  • Underwater Photo
  • Video Included
  • Sanitized Equipment
  • Training before Scuba diving
  • 20-30 Minutes Diving
  • Well experienced scuba Master
  • Unlimited reschedule
  • Applicable all GST

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What you will do

8:00 - 8:30 am:

On arrival at the Diving centre, our Expert will brief you regarding Scuba Diving.

8:30 - 9:00 am:

After briefing you are ready to enjoy the marine life.

Included/Excluded

  • Underwater Photo
  • Video Included
  • Sanitized Equipment
  • Training before Scuba diving
  • 20-30 Minutes Diving
  • Well experienced scuba Master
  • Unlimited reschedule
  • Applicable all GST
  • Pick up and drop from Hotel/ Resort
  • Food
  • Accommodation

Activity's Location

North Bay | Havelock Island | Neil Island

FAQs

Is scuba diving suitable for beginners in the Andaman Islands?

Yes, there are dive centers that offer beginner-friendly courses and guided dives suitable for those new to scuba diving.

What is the best time of year for scuba diving in the Andaman Islands?

The best time for diving is generally from October to May when the weather and sea conditions are most favorable.

Are there any restrictions for scuba diving?

Some health conditions might prevent individuals from diving. It's recommended to consult with a doctor if you have any concerns.

Can I take underwater photos while scuba diving?

Yes, you can bring your own underwater camera or rent one from the dive center to capture the underwater beauty.

Who can participate Scuba Diving?

Truly anyone, including kids as young as 6 years, can participate. Non-swimmers will be given a life jacket, apart from well-sanitised mask, snorkel, and fins. You will undergo training off the beach before you head out for snorkelling, either from the shore directly or as an excursion on the boat.

What marine life can I expect to see while scuba diving in the Andaman Islands?

The Andaman Islands are home to a diverse range of marine life including colorful fish, coral reefs, sea turtles, rays, sharks, and various other marine species.

What certification do I need to go scuba diving in the Andaman Islands?

While certification is not always required for introductory dives, having a certification like PADI Open Water Diver will allow you to fully explore the underwater world independently.

What should I bring for scuba diving?

Basic items include swimwear, a towel, sunscreen, and any personal items you might need. Dive centers usually provide diving equipment.

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