7 Awesome Places For Underwater Adventures In India

1.Wreck of Suzy’s, Goa:
One of the most popular places in Goa also known as a heaven for Scuba Diving, Suzy’s Wreck has some of the best diving facilities in India. The underwater visibility range between five to ten meters, a beautiful sea world, and proper safety measures, the Wreck of Suzy’s top the list of the finest beaches for underwater sports in India. The waters off Grande Island are perfect for diving, with sites like Suzy’s Cove and Davy Jones Locker providing glimpses of shipwrecks, coral formations, and colorful marine species.

2.Havelock, Andaman & Nicobar Islands:
This mesmerizing beach offers some of the most intense experiences of underwater sports like scuba diving, snorkelling and sea walking. Scuba diving is the most popular underwater sport in Havelock and interested Havelock gives you the amazing opportunity of snorkeling where you can float on the ocean and swim through the beautiful corals and reefs for around 30-40 minutes with the proper breathing apparatus required for the activity.

3.Grand Central Station, Netrani Island, Karnataka:
Embellished by the amazing assortments of cowrie shells and several types of multi hued slugs, wrasse, angelfish, parrot fish, butterfly fish and sergeant major everywhere under the water, Dini’s Delight is truly a delight to the diving enthusiasts . The island, also known as Pigeon Island, boasts clear waters and a variety of marine life, including sharks, turtles, and coral reefs. It’s an ideal destination for both beginners and experienced divers.

The only scuba diving beach along the east coast is Pondicherry. The current and the unevenness of the water on the east coast normally do not provide a great underwater sporting opportunity, but the beaches at Pondicherry offer some good facilities to quench the thirst for exploring the deep water world. The visibility of the deep-water remains from five to forty meters and due to such good visibility, the interested enthusiasts get the stunning chance of experiencing the mesmerizing sea-world of the Bay of Bengal.

5.Malvan , Maharashtra:
Famous for the Sindhudurg Fort, Malvan is also a haven for snorkelers and scuba divers. The coral reefs around Malvan host a variety of marine life, including angelfish, parrotfish, and rays. The clear waters and diverse ecosystem make it an ideal destination for underwater exploration.

6.Kovalam , Kerala:
While Kovalam is primarily known for its beautiful beaches, it also offers opportunities for water enthusiasts. Vizhinjam, near Kovalam, is a popular dive site with interesting underwater rock formations and a chance to encounter diverse marine species. Kovalam is an internationally renowned beach with three adjacent crescent beaches. It has been a favourite haunt of tourists since the 1930s. A massive rocky promontory on the beach has created a beautiful bay of calm waters ideal for sea bathing. The leisure options at this beach are plenty and diverse.

7.Lakshadweep Islands:
This archipelago in the Arabian Sea is known for its pristine coral atolls. Agatti Island and Bangaram Island are popular diving spots, offering a chance to explore the vibrant coral gardens, encounter turtles, and witness the beauty of the underwater world.

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