Adventures & Water Activities
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If you’re looking for a cool and refreshing way to enjoy your trip to the Andaman Islands, hop on a Jet Ski and cruise around the calm waters of the archipelago. Jet skiing is one of the most popular sports on the Andaman Island. This is one sport that is equally pleasant and doesn’t require training. Many individuals link adrenaline with speed, and they look for it everywhere.
At the Andaman Island speed sport exhibition, you can rent a boat, jump over waves, and have fun.
Your urge for adrenaline will likely be satisfied by this activity. With parasailing, you may enjoy a water and air-based sport in one, which is the best of both worlds. You get a comprehensive briefing and all the necessary safety gear, and the activity is really safe.
In case you were wondering, the answer is no, you don’t need to be able to swim to enjoy scuba diving. You merely need a qualified advisor and a few one-hour training on the right and wrong things to do. Scuba diving in the Andaman Sea allows you to enjoy the spectacular marine life, coral reefs, and chances for underwater photography and filming. It’s a fun family activity that’s safe for both kids and adults. If you’re looking for Andaman Tour Packages for families or couples, scuba diving is something you and your travel companions can do together.Where: Scuba diving is permitted almost anywhere in the Andaman Islands. Cost: around INR 1800 and more.
If you’ve never tried snorkelling, now is your chance to do so. This exhilarating water sport is at the top of our list of things to do in the Andaman. Without snorkelling, you wouldn’t have the opportunity to witness some incredible glimpses of the marine life and coral reefs. The best thing is that you can get yourself captured in some amazing underwater photos as well as have the entire event filmed. Elephant Beach and North Island Bay in particular. Cost: Each individual will pay between 500 and 1000 Indian Rupees.
Glass Bottom Boat:
If you want to see the amazing marine life and coral reefs without getting wet, we advise booking a glass bottom boat cruise. If you’re terrified of the water or want to stay dry, this is probably the activity for you and your family. It is accessible, secure, and suitable for people of all ages. Where: Port Blair, North Bay Coral Island, and Jolly Buoy Island. Cost: 500 INR and above (Per Person) and upwards.
Learn the fundamentals of kayaking near to Havelock Island before embarking on the thrilling mangrove kayaking adventure. You can go explore Havelock Island’s various Mangroves now that you don’t need any prior paddling experience. The 2.5-hour excursion will renew your experience as you discover the incredible diversity of the Mangroves through the sounds of birds chirping along the way. Havelock Island is the location.
Bird watching excursions are fairly common in Andaman. One of the greatest places to go bird watching is in Chidiya Tapu, a community that translates to “Island of Birds,” which is 25 km from Port Blair. Many diverse bird species, such as parakeets, emerald divers, and sea eagles, are found on the island. To avoid frightening these amazing creatures away while investigating, be sure to bring your cameras along and turn down the sound.