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Scuba diving In Andaman

Scuba Diving

You don’t need to be a James Bond to enjoy scuba diving. Scuba diving is an exciting recreational sport similar in nature that can be undertaken by any healthy human being. All you need to enjoy scuba diving is good physical and mental health.

“And you don’t need to be an expert swimmer to take a plunge in the blue waters.“

The equipment you need for scuba diving is a facemask, snorkel, fins, dive tank, and buoyancy jacket. And these will be provided by our instructors.

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But before you dive in the cool blue waters, Andaman Excursion brings you a brief on scuba diving. The word ‘Scuba’ is a short form of Self Contained Underwater Breathing Apparatus (SCUBA), which is basically the pivotal equipment used in scuba diving. Prior to the invention of SCUBA, diving was a cumbersome activity, where a diver had to breathe air supplied from the surface through a tube.

The credit for inventing SCUBA goes to a French diver Jacques Cousteau, who along with Emile Gagnan developed the equipment that enabled divers to take the compressed air in a tank. This freed the divers from the tangled web of breathing lines that they had to attach to their diving suits.

If you thought scuba diving is all about fun and nothing else. Think again. Scuba diving is of immense help in oceanography. The sport also helps in the study of marine life and underwater exploration.

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Time To Enjoy Diving

Now Boat Diving is the new Trend & people just love this experience with Andaman Excursion.

Beginners & Non-Swimmers

Scuba Dive

Scuba diving in Andaman & Nicobar for starters happens only at Special areas in Port Blair, Havelock Island and Neil Island. Scuba Diving in the Andaman Islands happens at different reefs. For beginners, Scuba diving happens at designated areas in Andaman. At North Bay Island you are allowed to dive only at the site which is very close to the beach.

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Frequently Asked Questions

Scuba diving in Andaman & Nicobar for starters happens only at Special areas in Port Blair, Havelock Island and Neil Island. Scuba Diving in the Andaman Islands happens at different reefs. For beginners, Scuba diving happens at designated areas in Andaman. At North Bay Island you are allowed to dive only at the site which is very close to the beach.

How many days are required to Do Scuba Diving in Andaman?

ow, 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?

Usually, your Scuba Diving contains all gears, training, guide, photos and videos.

What is the reporting time for advanced diving courses at Havelock Island?

For advanced diving courses you can come in the morning and report to the dive centre. The centre will then give you the complete program about how the 4 days course will work out.

What if I am coming with Kids, how do I dive?

If you are coming with kids then you will have to take turns while diving. During boat diving, if the space is available the child can come onboard the boat.

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