Ranging from one fun dive to 12, with Dive Andaman, you are sure to get the best underwater experience ever. These dives are for certified divers. The dive sites include the following:
Each dive will be for 50 minutes or until you have at least 50 bar left in the tank, whatever happens first.
Answer: Yes, all kinds of fun dives are available in the Andaman Islands. Ranging from one fun dive to 12, with Dive Andaman, you are sure to get the best underwater experience ever. Each dive will be for 50 minutes or until you have at least 50 bars left in the tank, whatever happens first. Havelock Island (Swaraj Dweep), Neil Island (Shaheed Dweep), and Port Blair are the best destinations for fun dives. Our 5-star PADI facility will take care of all your requirements to ensure that you have a wonderful dive.
Answer: Below mentioned are the best dive sites if you want to for a fun dive in the Andaman Islands:
Answer: Keep the following things in mind when diving in the Andaman Islands:
Answer: If you have decided to do single dive, then we will make sure that you have a memorable time under the water. We will be taking you to Johnny’s, Jackson’s, or Dixon’s depending on the water currents. Each dive will be of five hours overall. This will include commuting time and resting time as well. You will be under the water for around 50 minutes or if left with 50 bar in your tank, whatever occurs first. The dive will cost Rs. 8,000.
Answer: If you want to dive twice in the Andamans, then the price would be around Rs. 6,000 per head. The cost will vary depending on the location.
In the Andaman Islands, you can indulge yourself in the fascinating activity of scuba diving and make your trip unforgettable. Under this package, you will be doing two dives at any of these sites–Red Pillar, Lighthouse, Johnny’s, Jackson’s, Dixon’s, Tribe Gate, Nemo Reef, etc. Each dive will be for 50 minutes or until you have at least 50 bar left in the tank, whatever happens first. Complete assistance will be provided by our PADI (Professional Association of Diving Instructors)-certified scuba instructors.
Answer: This dive site is located near shallow waters and boasts splendid marine creatures as well as hard and soft corals. The water grows deeper and deeper as you move away from the seashore. It is a great site for night diving as well owing to its good clarity. It is one of the top diving sites in Havelock Island (now known as Swaraj Dweep).
Answer: Discovered in 2010, this dive site has relatively low depths and sheltered conditions. As a result, it is sought-after among scuba divers having different experience levels. It is made up of low-lying rocky outcrops resembling a broken ledge. It emerges from the bottom at nearly 24 meters. The ledge is surrounded by sand. The site is inhabited by a diverse variety of reef fish such as Moorish idols, lionfish, Napoleon wrasse, and shoals of snappers.
Answer: In case you are suffering from any chronic health condition, or taking certain medications and/or had surgery recently, you will have to get written approval from a physician before diving. In order to avoid any confusion, you can simply download and review the Diver Medical Form to make sure that you will not require approval from a physician to dive. You should not ask your instructor, dive master, or dive shop staff for medical advice as they are not physicians.
Answer: Residents of the Andamans include turtles, schooling longfin bannerfish, and marbled groupers. One can also spot bigger fish like white-tip reef sharks, marbled rays, manta rays, dogtooth, and yellowfin tunas here. Divers can smoothly swim through the canyons. They can spot residents that are usually hidden behind rocks and overhangs. The corals are very beautiful and attract so many tropical fishes.
Answer: Going under the depths of its waters is exactly the type of experience that you are looking for. If you want to witness the perfect balance of vibrant fish and soft & hard corals, then this is your one-stop destination. You can dive here at night also since the water clarity is great here.