Scuba Diving in Andaman Islands
Scuba diving is the greatest action on the Andaman & Nicobar Isles other than relaxing around and tasting the delicacy of seafood. The best year for diving in Andaman & Nicobar Isles is from Nov to April. However, one can indulge in a diving experience all throughout the year. This is one activity in Andaman, that is operational throughout the year. One can see the amazing sea life among the world of awesome water bodies, vibrant fish and awesome corals.
The Indian government takes a serious approach to defend its sea resources. There are many experienced and PADI-certified instructors who can help the divers in exploring various dive sites in the Andaman archipelago. Most of the diving happens in North Bay Island, Port Blair and Havelock Island. Neil island has started picking up slowly. You also have an option to dive near Barren island, the only active volcano in India. For Advanced diving experience, you need to be open water certified. We have covered various open water courses later in this article. The superior Indian ocean native shorelines promise wonderful scuba diving and scuba diving locations that will leave you completely captivated. The sport of scuba diving can be easily put with actions like marine digital cameras and fish recognition.
We do not recommend scuba diving to people with high or low hypertension, pregnant women, heart patient, and others who are under regular doctors advice. You may check with your doctor before availing Scuba Diving. In India, the experience is a serious business with certification of various levels for the scuba divers. Moving on the steps with route and dedication you can increase from being a beginner scuba diver to a master.
Andaman is absolutely wonderful in terms of its diving experience, and we will educate you where to get indulge in your diving experience during your period of stay in the islands.
Beginners Diving Experience For Scuba Diving is listed below
Now, those who are looking into becoming a professional diver have to go through various certification courses before becoming a professional diver. To start with firstly you will have to certify yourself with an open watercourse. This could be from either of schools such as PADI/SSI. Both the certifications are valid all throughout the globe with PADI having more precedence over SSI.
Once you have completed the Open water course, you can successfully dive at most parts of the globe with the diving card you get after you have cleared the certification.
Those who are looking for more advanced experience can indulge in the Advanced Open water course in the Andamans which gives you a certificate to dive freely up to a depth of 30 Metre. You can continue this course further indulge in Emergency First Responder and Later do a Padi Rescue Diver course before you become a Dive Master.
A Dive Master is certified to assist any new diver when they dive into open water or when they are doing shore diving.
- How many days are required to Do Scuba Diving in Andaman?
Now, if you are a beginner and want to experience diving for fun then half a day is enough to complete your diving. Make sure your slot is booked in advance. The above diving programs for Non-Swimmers or Beginners will be completed in half a day. However, if you are looking into going for advanced courses then a minimum of 4 days to 30 days may be required just to complete the course.
- What is Included in Our Diving Program?
Your Scuba Diving contains All gears, training, guide, photos and videos.
- What quality standards are maintained?
Andaman Island follows all professional standards of PADI and SSI.
- Who accompanies us underwater?
A Dive Master accompanies you underwater.