Coral Safari Semi Submarine at North Bay Island

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Trip Overview

Witness the rich marine life of  Andamans in a semi-submarine boat big enough to accommodate up to 100 people. Report at North Bay Island and experience the beauty of nature.



  • Experience the underwater world from a special semi-submarine.
  • Completely safe do for children.
  • Enjoy a half an hour immersive boat journey in North Bay.


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Detailed Overview

The famous “semi-submarine” is a boat with a 100-person capacity underwater cabin cordoned off with huge glass windows that are strategically placed at 45⁰ angles for the optimum view. The entire safari lasts approximately two hours and allows travellers to get intimate with what lies below that shimmering blue water’s surface without getting wet.

Surrounded by turquoise coloured water in which the mesmerizing sea creatures swim around you, this is the perfect way to embrace the magnificent sea life without breaking a sweat. People of any age can comfortably enter and exit the vessel. 



  • You are requested to report at the Rajiv Gandhi Water Sports Complex (RGWSC), Northbay Island at the time slots (8:30 AM/ 9:00 AM/9:30 AM/10:00 AM/10:30 AM) selected while booking.
  • Board the semi-submarine at the North Bay Island and occupy the seat as per availability (Available at first come first serve basis).
  • On the ride, you would see amazing views of the underwater life in the clear waters of the Andamans.
  • After the half-hour tour, the journey ends at Rajiv Gandhi Water Sports Complex.

Basic Details

Start Point
North Bay Island
Finish Point
North Bay Island
Start time
8:30 am 9:00 am 9:30 am 10:00 am See more
Outdoor AdventuresFamily-friendly
Trip Code


  • Semi Submarine ride for 30 minutes.
  • Tour as per the itinerary.


  • Hotel pick-up and drop from Port Blair (Select available add-on if needed be).
  • Anything not specified in the inclusions.

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Important Information

  • All guests must carry their valid photo ID.
  • The transfer cost for Port Blair to Northbay Island and back is not included in the cost, if you would like to avail the services for the same, please select available add-on.
  • Kids of age 3 years or below are not charged for the tour if accompanied by a guardian.
  • The children between the age of 3-12 years of age are charged a special child price, any children above the age of 12 are considered as adults.

Cancellation Policy

  • Full refund if cancelled before* 48 hour
  • 50% refund if cancelled before 24 hour
  • No refund after that


Meet-up Information/Reporting Point

  • Rajiv Gandhi Water Sports Complex, North Bay Island.
  • The local person's contact details are shared in the Post Booking Voucher, please coordinate accordingly for any queries related to meeting points.
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