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Monday, 15 October 2018

10 Scuba Diving Spots In India

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10 Scuba Diving Spots In India

THE POWER OF SEA- it stuns you into a calm, allowing you to absorb its exotic majestic, leaving you astounded in an amazing splendor. It is a lifetime experience, to see the under of sea with all its colorful fishes swimming, the beauty of the coral reef and what not!
This blog will be about Scuba Diving in India, one of the most loved adventure and thrilling water activities for those adrenaline rush junkies. India, being surrounded on three sides by water sure has some incredible Scuba Diving spots, with the ability to make anyone fall in love with them. Here are 9 popular and famous Scuba Diving Spots in India.

1.Grand Island, Goa
The Grand Island is a popular spot for adventure junkies all over India. Want to experience a beginner's tryst with the sea or want to push your limits in the strong currents of the sea, fret not, because the Grand Island in Goa has it all. Located few kilometers westwards of the Mormugao peninsula, this place is a haven for scuba divers. The best time would be from between November to March because the temperature is just proper at that time. For beginners, the Gumma Reef would be a wonderful place to start with its calm waters and a range of sea creatures like needlefish, lobsters, white tip reef sharks etc.

  2. Malvan, Maharashtra
The crystal clear waters are safe even for beginners. Malvan Scuba Diving experience is a must to do once in a lifetime. Scuba Diving at Malvan is a form of underwater diving with the help of an absolute underwater breathing apparatus called Scuba. It will help to breathe underwater. Divers can explore the marine life with the help of Scuba masks, breathing regulators, fins, and gauges. Scuba Diving at Chivla is a form of Modern Scuba Diving which is very guarded and simple to learn. All the basic skills given by Sea Water Sports can be learned in a couple of hours while doing Scuba Diving at Malvan.

 3. Bangaram, Lakshadweep
Bangaram situated in Lakshadweep basically has coral reefs surrounding the entire island. The place is known for its mild atmosphere. Scuba Diving done in  Bangaram is located in the union territory of Lakshadweep Islands. The underwater scenic beauty is simply stunning with the continuous coral reef and colorful fishes. You can also get to view a lot of barracudas. The fact that it is one of the cleanest beaches in India. The connectivity is good and one can reach the Bangaram island by taking a boat from the place called Agatti.

 4. Kovalam, Kerala
Kovalam is located in the state of India called, Kerala, at a distance of about 16 kilometer from Thiruvananthapuram. A beach area essentially, it is gently progressing into a famous scuba diving site since the Bond Safari Kovalam has arrived there. Instead of using the traditional scuba gear, the company makes a practice of what is known as 'bond' submarine, which is generally an underwater scooter.

 5. Netrani Island, Karnataka
Netrani Island is located generally 10 marine miles from the temple town of Mudreshwar in Bhatkal Taluk. It is a coral island and has a coral reef and fishes with varieties of coral, butterfly fish, parrot fish, eels and shrimps. Netrani island is mainly uninhabited and due to the steep stones, it is desirable to do diving for a boat. The spot is well connected from Goa.

 6. Corruption Island, Andaman, and Nicobar Island
Corruption Island is an awesome scuba dive spot and it generally consists of a rock, approximately 30 meters in height, part of it sticking out of the water. It is present between average to a strong current channel which attracts a large variety of flora and fauna. There is a plenty of canyons, ridges and channels undersea which makes the spot really different and adds to its rare beauty. Corruption Island also has many shipwrecks so one can imagine being looking for a treasure underneath. The spot is also popular for its unicornfishes, Napoleon and Eagle rays etc.

 7. Port Blair, Andaman, and Nicobar Island
The capital city of the Andaman and Nicobar Island has some marvelous places to go to for scuba diving. Brace yourself to see some of the most beautiful sea flowers and about 50 different kinds of corals including Fungia, Pocillopora, Clownfish Leptoseris etc.

 8. Neil Island, Andaman, and Nicobar Island
Neil Islands is another part of Andaman and Nicobar Island which is just as beautiful admitting with less hustle and bustle that surrounds the Havelock islands. It is a small island but an awesome one with its yet unexplored beaches, great scuba diving spots. The coral reef here is quite untouched by external factors and hence retains its beauty owing to the rich variety of sea life. There are wonderful beach spots like the Jetty area, Margherita Mischief, and Laxmanpur Beach.

 9. Havelock Island, Andaman, and Nicobar Island
Andaman is one of the fascinating creations of the absolute. Located right in the middle of the Indian Ocean and Bay of Bengal, this enclave has a number of stunning and beautiful beaches and scuba diving spots, Havelock Islands being one of the most famous. Located about 50 kilometers away from Port Blair, this island has a wide range of exotic sea life like Humpback Parrotfish, Lionfish, soft corals, The rare dugongs and schools of colorful fishes. To arrive there, one can fetch a ferry from Port Blair which would take about 2.5 hours. There is a number of amusing sites upon reaching there like there is The Wall, Lighthouse, Aquarium, and Mac Point. Each with its own rare features.

 10. Coral Sharks Reef, Pondicherry
One of the most ductile scuba diving spots of Pondicherry is the cool sharks' reef. This is so named because it has a depth of the sea that varies from 5 meters to 23 meters which enables both the beginners as well as the Scuba experts to explore the beautiful scuba sites. The seafloor is sandy in nature and the coral reefs are attractive.

Isn't it interesting?  Book your Scuba Diving packages as soon as possible with Sea Water Sports.

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