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Best Scuba Diving destinations in India
Do you know Ocean is biggest museum and what other way is explore that museum than scuba diving. Scuba diving in Indian shores will leave you thrilled and mesmerized. If you are looking for most amusing water sport go scuba diving around Indian coast. Discover the mystery behind the prestine waters, go for scuba diving on these beautiful locations. Best scuba diving locations in India are Pondicherry, Andaman and Nicobar, Goa, Tarkali, Malvan
Scuba Diving in Lakshadweep
Welcome to Lakshadweep, where a thrilling diving adventure awaits you. Dive Lakshadweep welcomes you to India’s only coral islands where the blue lagoon holds within itself a rich marine life waiting to be explored. Scuba diving is the best way to explore the wealth of marine life. The best unexplored sites in world, you can see unique species of coral, school of fishes, turtles etc.
Scuba Diving in Andaman & Nicobar
Andaman and Nicobar Islands is a popular spot for scuba diving among tourists. Most popular island among all the islands for the dives however, is Havelock Beach.
Scuba Diving in Tarkarli
The most popular activity in Tarkarli is the Scuba Diving, offered on the beaches. Various scuba diving packages are available at good prices and proper assistance and safety facilities. Introduce yourselves to the magnificent mysteries under water and ride into the mystic world to have a look at the vibrant colours and marine life. Even non-swimmers can experience the ride. The trainers will take you to the diving site by a boat and provide basic training of swimming underwater and breathing. Once the guests are comfortable with breathing underwater, they are taken further under water at various points to admire the coral and marine life. A videographer is also available to record your personal moments of scuba diving.
Scuba Diving in Malvan
When it comes to water sports at Malvan how can we miss out Scuba? It leaves you spellbound how the chaos starts to fade away with the tranquillity of the deep blue water. Its like you are inside a kaleidoscope which has all the patterns of aquatic beauty within itself and you are a part of it. Get ready to be imbued with nothing but euphoria! Scuba Diving in Malvan is available at Rs 1500 which is a little cheaper rate when compared to that at Goa and Andaman. Light on pockets and high on fun, why not? Scuba at Malvan is organised by highly experienced staff with well-equipped technology that will leave no limits to your exploration. Lose yourself in the beauty of the blue world accentuated with colourful creatures and be a part of it. Enjoy your time unleashing the mysteries underneath the serene blue waters.
When you are at Goa, you just can’t miss out on Scuba Diving. The breathtaking experience costing nearly Rs.4000 is a treat for all visitors as neither the fitness is an issue, nor the swimming skills. There are a variety of Scuba experiences offered by highly equipped supervisors who ensures your safe and fulfilled experience. Wear your fins and take a dive at amazing places like Grande Island, Vasco Da Gama and Sail Rock.! Once you are under the water, all you have to do is adore the flora and fauna. The turbulence of the majestic world is not the one you run away from but the one that you chase. Soon the serenity of the aquatic beauty takes over the chaos and you find yourself inside a colourful world realising that you have transcended the reality. The magic of weightlessness is so appealing that it makes you want to unravel the mysteries hidden beneath the corals. Explore the blue world and get a tick on your bucket list!
Jolly Buoy Island
Defined by its clear beaches and beatiful underwater corals, the Jolly Buot Island is a joy to visit. Virtually untouched by man, this island has no inhabitants. Tourists are supposed to carry their required items. Since this is a No Plastic Zone, visitors are prohibhited from carring any plastic items. The ferry ships reach and depart Jolly Buoy Island together. The waters of the beach are crystal clear, providing good visibility of the depths to the naked eye. The sand is golden in colour and the contrast of it the deep blue water makes up an exquisite image. Scuba Diving and Snorkelling are immensely popular here due to extoic species of fish and corals. The glass-bottom boat rides are also popular for people who want to view the corals without geting into the water. The Island is covered with thick forest cover, majority of which is virgin and unexplored. Note that the Jolly Buoy Island is not open for tourists for throughout the year.