White House Rock, Havelock Island

Scuba Diving in White House Rock

Scuba Diving in White House Rock

About White House Rock, Havelock Island (Swaraj Dweep)

White House Rock is quite a popular scuba dive site on Havelock Island (Swaraj Dweep). It is easy to access and has variable conditions. It is a circular reef that offers several vantage points. The depth ranges from 8 meters to 50 meters. The weather conditions and water currents here are ideal for scuba diving. There are hard as well soft corals such as gorgonian soft corals, fan corals, and branch-like whip corals in vibrant hues. One can easily spot large schools of tuna, trevally, and barracudas. You can always expect more here as the marine life here is simply awesome. That is why it is a sought-after diving site in the Andaman Islands.


8 meters to 50 meters

Suitable for:

Beginners and experts 

Aquatic life includes:

  • Large gorgonian soft corals 
  • Fan corals
  • Branch-like whip corals
  • Tuna
  • Barracudas 
  • Trevally

Important things to keep in mind

  • Before entering White House Rock, foreign nationals will be required to obtain prior permission.
  • While scuba diving, do not pick corals to carry home as souvenirs.
  • Littering the dive site with plastic bags, used bottled water containers, etc. is strictly prohibited. Carry the waste back with you to the coast.