Scuba Diving in Goa
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The vast coastline of India stretching for 8000 KM and containing numerous island groups and fine beaches has rich marine life with coral reefs and aquatic animals that offer great opportunities for scuba diving.
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Scuba diving gives you the opportunity to take a plunge in the depths of oceans and seas and is the only way to explore the beautiful azure underwater world of India.
No matter you are planning to take up a beginner course or taking up diving professionally or for recreational purposes, you’d find ample of exciting opportunities for Diving in India. You can dive off Goa (Scuba Diving in Goa) gliding over the lush corals and reefs, and a variety of shipwrecks. Pondicherry, (Scuba Diving in Pondicherry) on India’s Southeastern coast, has mostly unexplored reefs and wrecks.
Netrani Island,(Scuba Diving in Netrani Island) just 19 km away from Murudeshwara, a temple town in North Karnataka is renowned as the best diving site from mainland India with maximum visibility among all. Cochin, on South West coast and Vizag on east coast are other upcoming scuba destinations in the country.
While, mainland India has great destinations for scuba diving, its in the waters around India's Islands where the real underworld magic happens. Lakshadweep,(Scuba Diving in Lakshadweep) located off India's southwestern coast is a remote archipelago just above the Maldives and offers colorful reefs, swim-throughs and some big fish action.
The remote Andaman and Nicobar Islands,( Scuba Diving in Andaman) an archipelago of roughly 300 islands in India's Bay-of-Bengal, boasts rich coral reefs, huge schools of fish including sharks and rays and pristine conditions. Andaman sea is definitely the most popular destination for Scuba Diving in India with clear, warm waters and a huge variety of colorful marine life.
Havelock Island,(Scuba Diving in Havelock) located to the east of Great Andaman, is the epicenter of Scuba Diving in Andaman and has most number of Scuba schools of all the destinations in India.
In addition to these popular destinations there are numerous inland options for learning scuba diving in the metros of India. Check Scuba Diving in Bangalore
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Yes. If you are a certified open water diver you can get scuba equipment for rent from many dive companies in India.
Scuba diving can be done during all months except the monsoon months in India. However December to May is usually the best due to visibility and flat seas.
Scuba diving uses sophisticated underwater breathing equipment whereas snorkelling involves just a glass that covers your eyes and nose and a pipe that is used for breathing. You can dive down much deeper with scuba equipment whereas while snorkelling you are just floating on the surface.
No. In most places permission is not required to dive as long as you have the requisite certification. PADI provides certificates for various levels of scuba diving such as Open Water Diver, PADI Scuba Diver, Rescue Diver, Divemaster, etc. In order to dive at a certain spot all you would likely need is an Open Water Diver Certificate card and must be accompanied by a buddy with similar dive training or experience.
In the unusual case that a scuba equipment malfunctions one can do a buddy breathing ascent or a controlled emergency equipment release and ascent.