For those who love water and those who love some thrill and excitement, scuba diving is the perfect sport for you! It is an enjoyable and adrenaline-pumping water sport where you can dive deep down the waters to explore the unseen marine life that consists of innumerous aquatic animals, fishes, corals, and wrecked ships. And, one of the best places where you can enjoy this sport to the fullest is Andaman. So, whenever you plan to go to the island for a vacation, make sure to have Andaman Holiday Packages customize your trip so that they can include the most incredible experience of scuba diving in Andaman in your package.
While scuba diving, you will be provided with all the required gear and pre-training beforehand so that you are comfortable with performing the activity. Also, you will be guided and accompanied by an expert while you are deep down the sea so that you can also have a fearless and worriless time while exploring the life under the sea. Depending upon your swimming skills and experience, you can enjoy various levels of scuba diving like beginner, intermediate, and expert. Moreover, there are numerous locations in Andaman where you can enjoy this sport. So, no matter where you are – Port Blair, Havelock Island, Neil Island, or elsewhere – you can indulge in this incredible activity. Here is a list of the places where you can completely satisfy your urge for scuba diving in Andaman in the best way possible.
The ideal place for scuba diving beginners is the Elephant Beach, where one can get proper training and a wonderful experience. Just 6 to 25 meters deep, you can easily explore a variety of fishes and multicoloured corals down the waters.
This is one of the most famous places amongst professional divers as it is the only place that offers night diving opportunities. The amazing water species you can see here include lionfish, humpback parrotfish, octopus, lobsters, and fusiliers.
One of the best diving spots for both beginners and experts, The Wall is 60 feet deep with greenish blue waters and various types of multicoloured corals scattered at the top. One can explore lion fish, green fish, wrasses, scorpion fish, puffer fish, and octopus here. Kulhs Rays are also spotted on the sandy parts with or without their tails.
Well-known for spotting Barracudas, snappers, dolphins, unicorn fish, Andaman Sweetlips fish, Giant Groupers, and sharks, Johnny’s Gorge is 20 to 30 meters deep, and is ideal for only professional divers. Lots of multicoloured reef can also be seen here.
South Button Island
Just 6 to 25 meters deep, the South Button Island waters provide the finest experience of scuba diving with the opportunity to explore Barracudas, turtles, angelfish, crocodile fish, red-lipped batfish, and blue fin trevally. You can explore all of this and many other marine species and unique underwater rocks from a very close distance.