Turtle Bay, Havelock Island

Scuba Diving in Turtle Bay

Scuba Diving in Turtle Bay

About Turtle Bay, Havelock Island (Swaraj Dweep)

In India, the most sought-after destination for exploring the underwater world is the gorgeous union territory of the Andaman and Nicobar Islands. Scuba diving is something that attracts a good chunk of tourists to the isles. As evident from the name, an abundance of sea turtles can be seen at Turtle Bay. This dive site in Havelock Island (Swaraj Dweep) also has a decent amount of coral population and Rays. You can spot them in the sand, which would be an extraordinary experience for those who want to see them in their natural habitat. The depth doesn’t exceed 14 meters here, which makes it perfect for inexperienced divers. At this dive site in Havelock Island, divers can spot a lot of rays. If you are seeking a laidback ad stress-free diving experience, then choose this location as is quite tranquil with low water currents. With just 45 feet in depth, beginners can learn and enjoy a lot here. Turtle Bay is the place to be in case you want to spend your day amidst the sun and the sand.


14 meters

Suitable for:


Aquatic life includes:

  • Rays
  • Turtles 
  • Green Jobfish
  • Clownfish

Best time to visit:

From May to October