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at Andaman & Nicobar Islands

 

Scuba Diving in Andamans

Overview

There is no other adventure as daring as diving under the sea. No matter you are a novice or an expert diver, there is always something new, fascinating and challenging about venturing into the under water world. The simple thought of under water diving mesmerizes the minds by the clouds of Colorful Fishes, Coral Reefs & Mountains, various species of creatures and fishes of all sizes along with the remains of Sunken Ships & Structures and of many other breathtaking scenes and activities under the sea...

Diving in Andamans becomes a unique lifetime experience for any Visitor or Tourist visiting Andaman & Nicobar Islands. The Coastal Water surrounding the Islands is the abode for Coral Reefs in the world and is undamaged and serene. The best season for diving is from the months of December through April...

Safe Diving Tips & Suggestions

There are Risk & Danger involved in all/any diving (either by a novice or by an experienced diver). The first major risk is of the Air that we breathe in; which is not available under water, secondly the pressure exerted on one's body will be tremendous. Therefore, prior precautions and proper training will help you achieve your goals. Also keep in mind that you will be only relying on the diving equipments that you carry while diving...

  • TRAINING — Get yourself trained by a Recognized Diving Agency or a Professional & Skilled Freelancer or a Paid Dive Professional...
  • FITNESS — Make sure that you are Medically, Mentally & Physically Fit for Under Water Diving...
  • DON'T GET CARRIED AWAY — Always Listen to your inner voice and choose only those Dives which match your Training, Experience and Confidence...
  • REPORT SHEET — Watch your Ascent Rate on all Dives. Complete all safety stops for each Dives that exceeds the limit of 10 metres in depth...
  • PRACTICE IS THE KEY — Thoroughly & consciously prepare and check your Gear prior to Diving AND Revise your skill regularly to stay in line with diving. Properly plan your Dive and always Dive with a Partner...
  • REFINE YOUR CONFIDENCE — If you have been away from Diving for a long period or if you are not feeling well then practice some easy Dives to regain your confidence and skills; else relax back and watch others performing the Dives...
  • LOGGING & TRACKING — Maintain Log / Report Sheet of your Dives to keep track of your mistakes & adventures...

  • Under Water Sea Walking at Andamans

    Anyone from the age of 05 years and who does not have any breathing problem can become a part of this excursion while pregnant women and physically disabled are not allowed to dive...

    Sea Walking (or Under Water Sea Bed Walking) is becoming the most adventurous form of witnessing the marine life in its natural form & habitat. This type of diving is usually conducted at a depth of approximately 06–10 meters from the mean sea level with proper guidance and training from certified professional divers ensuring complete security & safety of the divers...

    The enthusiast diver is equipped with a helmet (worn on head) which has a transparent visor for easy & clear visibility fixed with proper breathing apparatus; hence making the diver very comfortable to walk around on the ocean bed witnessing those long stretches of coral beds & reefs, colorful fishes swimming around; along with various other sea creatures mixed with rich flora...

    The sport is increasingly becoming popular amongst the die–hard fans of Scuba Diving and those non–divers who love to discover the beauty of the underwater marine life but lack swimming skills and are scared of diving into deep sea...

    Snorkeling in Andamans

    Anyone from the age of 05 years and who does not have any breathing problem can become a part of this excursion while pregnant women and physically disabled are not allowed to snorkel...

    Snorkeling is the art of swimming on water equipped with diving mask. A diving mask comprises of a glass mask which is worn over the eyes and a tube called snorkel which is put onside the mouth used for breathing and swim fins worn on the feet. The equipment is used to allow the snorkeler to observe underwater life for a longer period of time and with less effort without much of training. This art is performed on the surface of the water body to admire the underwater marine life usually in shallow areas...

    In Andamans one can enjoy the underwater marine life and view the rarest varieties of corals doing Snorkeling in the areas of North Bay, Jolly Buoy, Red Skin, Havelock, Chidiya Tapu, and Cinque Island. These regions have steep slopes and shallow reefs all around which makes these places an ideal place for the snorkelers to overcome their fantasies of underwater life...

    Snorkeling can be a breath taking experience; however the clarity, visibility and marine life are subject to change with the prevailing weather conditions of that particular day. Our experts can advice you the best can be done taking into consideration the tide and the weather; however we cannot predict what exactly you will see underwater or what will be the visibility under the water...

    Game Fishing in Andamans

    Andaman & Nicobar Islands provides a wide ambience for Game or Sport Fishing and is performed with the people of age group from 18 years and above...

    Game Fishing also known as Sport or Recreational Fishing; is a sport which involves fishing for pleasure and competition. This type of fishing does not involve any profits and survival strategies. This game of fishing involves a rod, reel, line and hooks and the most important, the bait. This practice of fishing is known as Angling where the fisherman releases the fishes back into the water after catching them...

    Game fishing in larger form includes or is conducted on boats to catch large open-water species of fishes. This game of fishing using boat is getting replaced with kayaks & dinghies and the art is known as Kayak-Fishing and Dongi-Fishing respectively; which allows the fisherman to reach those places where larger boats cannot reach (especially the narrow regions). This is a popular sport amongst men but now-a-days women are also coming forth to lure the adventure of fishing...

    Jet Ski & Fun Rides in Andamans

    Jet Skies

    Jet Ski (or a aquatic motorbike) is a small jet-propelled vehicle (usually used as a recreational watercraft) which skims across the surface of water on a flat keel and is ridden in a similar way to a motorcycle and is steered by means of handlebars carrying one or two person at a time...

    Banana Ride

    Banana Boat (or a water sled) is a type of small unpowered inflatable boat in the form of a large inflated tube, and two smaller tubes for the feet and for balance where riders (for recreation) sit on the large tube and rest their feet on the smaller tubes and are towed along by a motor boat...

    Speed Boat Ride

    Speed Boat (or a motor boat) is a small vessel which is propelled by oars, paddle, sails, or motor for travelling, transporting goods, etc, especially one that can be carried aboard a larger vessel; but is also used for recreational purposes and fun rides...

    COST STRUCTURES

    – SCUBA DIVING –
     3,000/- per Pax
     
    – OCEAN BED WALKING –
     3,500/- per Pax
     
    – SNORKELING –
     500/- to  2,000/- per Pax
    Snorkeling Charges vary from
    Site to Site
    – GAME / SPORT FISHING –

    BEACH SIDE FISHING
     5,000/- per 04 to 06 Pax
    DEEP SEA FISHING
     50,000/- per 06 to 08 Pax

    – FUN RIDES –
     300/- to  1,500/- per Pax