Andaman and Nicobar Islands, also known as Kalapani is one of the most beautiful places you can visit in India.
They include a whooping 572 islands in total out of which only 50 are inhabited by people where rest are either too small, come under forest reserve or used by Indian military as their base.
The islands have been the favorite tourist destination for a while now and offer one of the most out-of-world, exquisite vacation spots in India.
The weather here is moderate and doesn't follow the trends of India. When there is summer all over the mainland, Andamans just start out with monsoon and therefore offer a perfect break from the harsh sun.
The glistening clean white sand beaches, wide shorelines and crystal blue waters offer a perfect place to take a dip or enjoy water sports throughout the day.
What is included in the tour
- Vehicle for pick up and drop.
What is NOT included in the tour
- Vehicle at disposal.
- GST 5%
Diving in Port Blair
Port Blair, the capital city of Andamans also offers a fairly decent place to dive. The Carbyn's Cove Beach located at 12 km from the Airport, offers a great place for underwater fun and adventure.
The live corals near the snake island (no snakes here) are well preserved and abundant and the water is clear enough for a fine view of the underwater world.
Marine life is a bit low when compared to other spots on the list but you won't be able to tell the difference once you experience it.
Although not the cheapest, the prices for a complete diving experience is fairly low and there are no additional transportation and boat costs, so it's best for families on a budget trip to the isles.
Other great places to dive in Port Blair:
Mahatma Gandhi Marine National Park.
The trip is subject to weather conditions.
Refreshments such as Coconut Water and fruits are available at this destination on additional cost.
Basic changing rooms are available at Elephant Beach.
Any special request can be mentioned while filling the form.
Safety Rings and Jackets are available on the boat.
The weather forecast is always monitored before and during the trip.
The Rescue Operations team monitors people present at the beach.