Diving off Goa includes gliding over lush coral gardens, pinnacles, and a variety of shipwrecks. Pondicherry, on India’s eastern coast, has untouched and largely unexplored reefs and wrecks. India also offers a variety of diving experiences from its islands, both in the Andaman and Arabian Seas.
Andaman island situated right in the middle of the Indian Ocean and Bay of Bengal, this archipelago has a number of stunningly beautiful beaches and scuba diving spots, Havelock Islands being one of the most popular. Located about 50 km away from Port Blair, the island has a wide range of exotic marine life like Humpback Parrotfish, Lionfish, soft corals, rare dugongs and schools of colourful fishes.
Andaman and Nicobar Island
The deep clean water and beautiful marine life make Andaman and Nicobar Islands one of the most fascinating destinations for scuba diving in India. These islands offer many diving sites that have a terrific variety of marine animals such as Scorpionfish, Octopus, Angler fish, Sharks and Coral reefs as well.
If you think Goa is all about the beaches, clubs, shacks and alcohol, think again! There are a number of diving sites present in Goa that you must visit for sure to unearth the underwater treasure of Goa. The water bodies in Goa may not be the most ideal to dive in but they are pleasant enough.
Pondicherry, known for its French architecture and history is ideally the place to attain self-enlightenment and peace. The town offers a mix of modern heritage and spiritual culture. Pondicherry is also home to many diving sites with the presence of Corals, Lionfish, Kingfish, Moray eels, Eagle and Manta rays, Parrotfish, Sea snakes, and Tigerfish.Contact Us