Scuba Diving

The popular & best places to scuba dive in Andaman:

Nemo Reef, Havelock Island

Nemo Reef is a popular dive site on Havelock Island that is known for its diverse marine life, including clownfish, angelfish, and butterflyfish. The reef is also home to a variety of corals, including staghorn coral, brain coral, and fire coral.

Rich Marine Life in Havelock Island

Havelock Island is home to a wide variety of marine life, including sharks, rays, turtles, and dolphins. Divers can also spot a variety of fish species, such as clownfish, angelfish, and butterflyfish.

PADI Certified Scuba Providers in Havelock Island

There are a number of PADI certified scuba providers on Havelock Island, so divers can be sure that they are in good hands.

Top Dive Spots on Havelock Island

North Bay Island: North Bay Island is another popular scuba diving destination in Andaman. The island is home to a number of dive sites, including the Coral Garden, the Aquarium, and the Japanese Wreck.

Neil Island: Neil Island is a hidden gem for diving enthusiasts. The island is home to a number of pristine dive sites, including the Rocky's Point, the Margarita Reef, and the Junctions.

06 Nights 07 Days (2 Nights Port Blair / 2 Nights Havelock / 2 Nights Neil)

Sea Walking

Discover the Best Sea Walking Spots in Andaman

Experience Sea Walking in Havelock Island

Havelock’s Elephant Beach is the birthplace of sea walking in Andaman, offering a wide range of water activities and remaining the top spot for this unique experience. The waters boast rich volcanic formations, home to vibrant coral and rare fish species found only in the Indian Ocean. Immerse yourself for an unforgettable underwater adventure.

Explore Sea Walking at North Bay

North Bay is another fantastic spot for sea walking in Andaman, known for its underwater splendor. The dense coral formations house an impressive variety of fish species, including magnificent lobsters. Accessible only by boat, it’s a unique experience for those seeking underwater wonders.

How Sea Walking Works

Your sea walking adventure begins with a brief 5-10 minute training session, where you’ll learn essential underwater walking techniques and hand signals for communication. A specially designed transparent breather helmet will then be comfortably fitted, allowing for easy and safe underwater breathing. Guides will accompany you to a designated walking area with wide net boundaries for maximum safety. Throughout the experience, a team of sea walk guides will be by your side, ensuring a secure, hassle-free, and truly extraordinary adventure.

Cost of Sea Walk

The average cost for a sea walking experience is approximately 4500/- per person. While Elephant Beach on Havelock Island offers the best sea walking experience, prices may vary slightly due to high demand.

06 Nights 07 Days (2 Nights Port Blair / 2 Nights Havelock / 2 Nights Neil)