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Scuba Diving (North Bay), Port Blair

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03 hrs - 04 hrs


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Group Size

5 people


Major Indian Languages Spoken


Scuba diving is a mode of underwater diving where the diver uses an apparatus that is completely independent of surface supply to breathe underwater. A scuba diver primarily moves underwater by using fins attached to the feet, but external propulsion can be provided by a diver propulsion vehicle, or a sled pulled from the surface. Other equipment needed for scuba diving includes a mask to improve underwater vision, exposure protection by means of a diving suit, ballast weights to overcome excess buoyancy, equipment to control buoyancy, and equipment related to the specific circumstances and purpose of the dive, which may include a snorkel when swimming on the surface, a cutting tool to manage entanglement, lights, a dive computer to monitor decompression status, and signaling devices. Scuba divers are trained in the procedures and skills appropriate to their level of certification by diving instructors affiliated with the diver certification organizations which issue these certifications. These include standard operating procedures for using the equipment and dealing with the general hazards of the underwater environment and emergency procedures for self-help and assistance of a similarly equipped diver experiencing problems. A minimum level of fitness and health is required by most training organizations, but a higher level of fitness may be appropriate for some applications.

North Bay Island is one of the places where corals are protected with the force of law. There is no jetty on this island as the construction of one will destroy corals. Therefore one has to leave the ship and reach here by small boat. The diving experience in the North Bay island is very different than other parts of the islands. Here when you go underwater, a huge wall full of corals and fish can be seen. Actually, if the visibility is clear at North Bay you get a very good underwater image with a perfect background full of corals.

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  • Experience the rich underwater world consisting of various corals and fish.

What you will do

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Reaching the Water Sports Counter
Reaching the Water Sports Counter
You will reach the Water-Sports Counter and select the various activities you want to indulge in. You pay on the spot and purchase the coupons of the same. You will be guided by our tour-coordinator in doing so.
Registration Formalities & Medical Conditions
Registration Formalities & Medical Conditions
As per the requirements of the activity, you will carry-out the formalities, such as filling out a form.
Be sure about all you medical conditions as some activities may deny some of those conditions.
Training and Instructions
Training and Instructions
The guide will instruct you as per the activity and take you through it stepwise. You will either be shown a video or explained about the signs and do's and don'ts.
Activity - Photos & Videos
Activity - Photos & Videos
After all the formalities it is now time to enjoy the activity!
Some activities provide you with photos and videos such as Scuba Diving and Under-sea walking, taken after during your session.


  • Diving equipment and suit
  • Instructor
  • Scuba Diving for 30-40 minutes
  • Photos and videos
  • Boat Tickets to North Bay Island
  • Food/Snacks/Water


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Activity's Location


What is boat scuba diving?
Scuba Diving is an activity consisting on going below the water surface to interact with the underwater environment, with an oxygen supply and equipment to see inside water.
Diving is of two type, shore and boat diving. Shore diving is diving at the nearby shore and boat diving is when you go at a particular diving location in the mid sea.
Do I need to know swimming to do scuba diving?
No, you don't need to know swimming to do this activity.


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