Scuba Dive Sites , Havelock , Andaman and Nicobar Islands
This site has tons of fishes. Sometimes turtles. Mostly hard corals are seen here. Rather suitable for experienced dive₹
TurtleBay [HaveLock Island]
This is an easy and pleasant dive site not exceeding 14 mete₹ Ray is found in the sand and with luck, turtles.A huge rock with different kind of aquatic life. Napoleons can be seen. The shallow part is full with stag horn corals and its inhabitants .
Minerva ledge at Havelock is even bigger block of hard corals. It has tons of fish and bigger block of hard corals. Usually with good visibility and the possibility of seeing sharks makes it one of the top dive-sites.
MV MARS [ HaveLock Island]
This small wooden local cargo ship went down during a storm 2006, it sits upright and has become a new home to many fish which inhabited the near by reef ten meters away. It a short dive around the wreck, then on to the reef and finish back at the wreck, visibility tends to be not so good but great when it appears through the gloom.
The Wall [ HaveLock Island ]
A small wall 50 meters long that drops in to the shipping channel near the jetty on Havelock, this is the best local site and is visited by a very large Napoleon Wrasse called Pierre, who's very friendly to dive₹ The top of the wall is very colorful with purple, red and yellow soft corals, alone the wall has many beautiful fans with Puffer Fish and Lionfish peering out at you and Nudibranchs trying to race around the wall. We see many octopuses and Scorpion Fish here and even Anglerfish are seen tucked into holes. On the sandy parts Kulhs Rays are spotted with or without their tails.
Johnny's Gorge [ HaveLock Island ]
Just 3 minutes from Minerva ledge also visited by dolphin is the famous Johnny's gorge, divers fight to dive here, its not a big reef but most diver don't notice the beautiful colored coral because they are surround by a kaleidoscope of swirling Barracuda, giant friendly Grouper, Unicorn Fish and Snappers, not to forget one of the few place to see shark on a regular basis and groups of Eagle Rays often drop in to add to the experience.Also, keep your eyes open for friendly dolphins on the surface during your sun kissed surface intervals.