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 Dec to April. One can see the mazing sea life among the world of awesome water bodies, vibrant fish and awesome corals.
The underwater city offers a diverse collection of corals, from tall sea fans to hydroids to sea anemones. The whale shark is the coastal pride of Dwarka. Turtles and the sighting of dolphins are common in the Gulf of Kutch. There is a marine sanctuary in the Gulf of Kutch with islands that are fringed by coral reefs, sandy beaches and mangrove swamps. These islands are a treasure trove of marine species where you can chance upon octopus, puffer fish, sea horse, during the low tides.
Scuba diving in Goa is a delightful experience. Attractive corals, colored and beautiful, shells and fishes all invite exploration. Underwater visibility in Goa ranges for two meters to eight meters throughout the tourist season. The waters in Goa are safe and temperate. The absence of riptide currents makes the waters ideal for beginners.
Tucked into the Arabian Sea is a group of thirty six, palm covered coral Islands called the Lakshadweep Islands. Of these islands, only ten are inhabited and more so by an entirely Islamic peace loving population who are primarily fishermen by occupation. The real attraction of these Islands lie under the water. The pristine lagoons, the unspoiled coral reefs and warm waters are a magnet for flipper toting tourists and divers alike.