Best Water / Adventure Activities
Parasailing also known as parascending or parakiting, is a recreational water sport kiting activity, where a person is towed behind a boat while attached to a specially designed parachute, known as a parasail. It is subject to availability and can change based upon weather conditions. This activity is currently operational in Port Blair and is not operational in Havelock Island.
Snorkeling is swimming with a snorkel — a mask and a tube — that allows you to breathe through your mouth when floating underwater near the surface of the water. Snorkeling is an exciting sport that lets you rub shoulders with some unique marine species.
Scuba Diving allows you to go deep inside the water to examine the bed of the sea or lake, wearing a tight fitting diving suit, and breathing through an oxygen tank. It allows one to see coral reefs, exotic varieties of beautiful ornamental fishes and other marine life.
Sea walk, a water sport where no swimming skill is needed! It's perfectly safe. No water on your face (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. Any one age between 7 and 70 can walk on the ocean floor (between 15 and 25 feet deep) and enjoy the fascinating marine life.
Semi Submarine Ride is a boat with one or more sections of glass, or other suitable transparent material, below the waterline allowing passengers to observe the underwater environment from within the boat. The boat goes right up to the beach and it’s so easy to slip on your gear and just start snorkelling.