Scuba Diving near Chidyatapu Island, Port Blair
Experience the underwater marine life with scuba diving which is one of the best watersports that one should not miss in Chidiyatapu
- Experience the best scuba diving near Port Blair
- Swimming skills are not required
- Explore and enjoy the underwater sea life at Chidiyatapu.
There is no better dive site near Port Blair then Chidyatapu which makes this a must-do activity for anyone visiting the islands. This dive is suited for experienced as well as any beginner who wants to get a feel of diving and explore the underwater world. Scuba Diving near Chidyatapu Island is a half day activity with pick-up/drop from Port Blair where our crew will give a few basic skills to do a guided tour underwater (not more than 12 meters deep) in a 1:1 ratio between the diver and the trainer. We also take underwater pictures and include lunch in the package in a pre-fixed menu. The lunch will be served under our crews' service at a resort at Chidyatapu.
- The driver will pick up the guests from Port Blair according to the time slot chosen.
- We will drive from Port Blair to Chidiyatapu, which is about 30 minutes drive.
- There will be a guide to assist us in scuba diving, we will have a training session
- The instructor will teach us how to breathe underwater and movements underwater.
- Gear up and go for scuba diving at Chidiyatapu for about 30 minutes and enjoy the marine life beneath the sea.
- After diving, we will have lunch and start the journey back to Port Blair.
- The guests are dropped back to the hotel at Port Blair
- Scuba equipment
- Diving instructor
- Dive lessons
- 30 minutes dive
- Pick-up and drop from Port Blair hotel
- Medical kit
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Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)
No it is not dangerous. Scuba diving is a safe and fun activity to be enjoyed with family & friends. Just follow the instruction & safety guidelines.
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If you can not remove your glasses and dive then the best option is to wear soft contact lenses and dive.
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Beginning scuba divers stay shallower than 18 meters/60 feet and because of the bright colors and warm water, the most popular diving stays above 12 meters/40 feet. Certified divers get to experience depth ranges from 12 to 18 meters.
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Yes advance online booking is mandatory. On most days especially on weekends, we get fully booked well in advance.
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No, it is not as our trained personnel have the expertise to cater to beginners as well as experienced divers.
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