Scuba Diving

SCUBA DIVING IN ANDAMAN

India is a subcontinent of surprises. A cauldron of cultures, of climates, people, desert and tropical rain forest, remote villages and restless metropolis, Mysticism and Masala, Pranic healing and paragliding. But also a subcontinent of Diving!
There are three main centers of diving in India. Andaman and Nicobar group of Islands in the Bay of Bengal, Lakshadweep group of islands in the Arabian Sea and Goa on the mainland. Every destination is completely unique in its own way and they all have widely different dive conditions and marine life.
Experience the thrill and beauty of India's stunning underwater natural world. Scuba Dive or snorkel Bay of Bengal at Andman and Nicobar islands or Arabian Sea at Lakshadweep group of islands. The crystal clear waters Indian coasts and shores promise charming scuba diving and snorkeling destinations that will leave you completely mesmerized.
While Lakshadweep has the clear blue lagoons of coral atolls, Andaman and Nicobar are volcanic islands surrounding by deep, undisturbed waters that have an astounding bio-diversity.


Scuba Diving in Andaman

Scuba Diving and a Whole Lot More

Check out the Andaman and Nicobar Scuba Diving Society at Wandoor, so that you can avail the best facilities. You can also hire popular private divers to help you rediscover natural beauty underwater.
Besides scuba diving, the islands offer a plethora of other activities and adventure options like snorkeling in Corbyn’s Cove, Havelock and Mahatma Gandhi Marine National Park; trekking from Mt. Harriet to Madhuban to gaze at some wonderful flora and fauna, and island camping.

When to Visit Andaman

Temperatures in Andaman range between 23oC to 31o C owing to the sea breeze and the humidity levels stay at 80% throughout the year. The months of December and January constitute the peak season; however, the best time to visit the islands and enjoy its many tourism features would be between the months of December and April.
Conditions for scuba diving are ideal between mid-January and mid-May, since the skies are sunny and the sea lies flat, reflecting the beauty of the clouds. If you are planning to delve into adventure sports, stay away from the islands from late May through July on account of strong winds, low visibility underwater and frequent rainfall.

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