Underwater Sea Walk at Elephanta Beach

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Trip Overview

The undersea walk is an opportunity for non-divers to discover the magic of the underwater world in the Andaman Islands. It's perfectly safe. 


  • Experience the glimpse of the underwater world.
  • Free videos & photography during the activity.
  • A one of a kind experience with safety instructors and hi-end activity gear.
  • Exhilarating dive near coral, pristine reefs and a mind-boggling array of fish.


Detailed Overview
Sea walking is simple, quick and easy. There is absolutely no experience needed no complicated equipment to handle and you walk on the smooth and clean sand of the sea floor.  (you can wear glasses or contacts), your makeup stays on and your hair stays dry! A large full-face window in the Sea Walker helmet offers a close-up view of the beautiful underwater world, see beautiful corals and play with colourful fishes. Once you land your feet on the sands of the seabed, the experience is a sheer joy to behold, an amazingly new and enthralling one which people often compare with their imaginations of spacewalking. The joy of having numerous brilliantly coloured tropical reef fish swim around you is magical indeed. You can feed the fish and indulge in underwater photography. These memories will relish forever. Anyone from age between 7 and 70 can go on to sea walk without any difficulties. Trained and certified guides are always in the water beside you to ensure you safe adventure. It's a great experience for anyone who likes to explore and enjoy the natural world in close quarters.



  • The boat will take the guests to Elephanta Beach, which is 20 minutes ride.
  • After arriving, we proceed with a 15-minute training session where the instructor will explain how to breathe and move underwater. 
  • 30 minutes of diving in the open clear water.
  • Photos & videos are shared after dive is completed.

Basic Details

Start Point
North Bay Beach
Finish Point
North Bay Beach
Start time
8:30 am 9:00 am 9:30 am 10:00 am See more
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  • Activity charges.
  • Instructor fees.
  • 30 mins diving in open water.
  • Photographs


  • Personal expenses.
  • Any meal or drink or refreshment.
  • Anything not specified in inclusions.

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Important Information

  • It takes approximately 20 minutes to travel from Port Blair to North Bay Beach.
  • No certification or prior dive experience required for diving.
  • Swimming skills are not required for the Sea Walk.
  • The itinerary is for reference only and is subject to change due to the weather, traffic conditions or local government directives.
  • This tour is subject to weather conditions. 

Cancellation Policy

  • Full refund if cancelled before* 3 days
  • No refund after that


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₹ 600/vehicle
Pickup & Drop from Hotel
Pick-up & drop service for the ferry boarding point.

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Underwater Sea Walk at Elephanta Beach

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