Sea Walking or Underwater Walking in Andaman & Nicobar Islands is an unforgettable underwater experience. It is a unique experience of exploring the vibrant and colorful coral reefs, sea creatures and marine life up close.To go for sea walking, participants are given special caps and fins and are taken down to the bottom of the sea. During the sea walking, one is guided by an experienced guide who will make sure you remain safe during the entire journey.
When sea walking in Andamans one can expect to get but not limited to, an up close and personal view of angels, clown fish, jellyfish, tortoises, sea snakes, as well as a variety of bright and vibrant corals. One can also spot a variety of colorful and beautiful sea shells, and if lucky enough, can even spot the harmless Whale Shark.
Sea walking is ideal for both first timers and experienced divers, as the activity lasts for merely 15 minutes, and no prior diving experience is required.
Several spots that you can choose for Sea Walk in Andamans are as follows:
Wandoor Beach is the ideal spot for enjoying sea walking and other water activities, such as snorkeling and diving. Located in Mahatma Gandhi Marine National Park, the beach offers mesmerizing views of lush jungles and the crystal-clear blue waters. You can also spot some unique species of birds, fishes, turtles, and starfishes at this spot.
Situated in the Ritchie’s Archipelago of Andaman Islands, Neil Island is a wonderful place for sea walking. Offering stunning views of the surrounding coral reefs and beautiful underwater creatures, the sea walking experience here will be absolutely mesmerizing. You can also take part in some of the other activities like snorkeling and scuba diving in the area.
Havelock Island is one of the most popular destinations for sea walking in the Andamans. With its clear, turquoise waters and spectacular coral reefs, it is the perfect spot to explore the underwater world. You can also spot some diverse species of fishes, sea turtles, and other sea creatures while walking in the depths of the sea.
Although it is not as popular as the others, Port Blair also offers an amazing sea walking experience. This city is surrounded by a number of tiny islands and has some of the most beautiful beaches in the Andamans. You can explore the coral reefs and other fascinating underwater creatures while sea walking here.
Located just 3 kms away from Port Blair, North Bay Island is one of the most beautiful spots in the Andaman Islands. This place offers a fantastic opportunity for enchanting sea walking, as it is surrounded by some incredible coral reefs and crystal clear waters. With its amazing underwater creatures, it is sure to be an unforgettable experience.
The cost of sea walking in Andamans may vary depending on various factors such as the location, the duration of the activity, and the facilities included in the package. However, we offer sea walking at reasonable prices, making it accessible to tourists with different budgets.
|Elephant Beach-Havelock||3 Hours||₹3500|
|North Bay Island||3 Hours||₹3500|
Before engaging in sea walking, participants are typically given a brief training session on how to use the equipment and communicate with the guides. The equipment used in sea walking typically includes a special helmet with a transparent visor, which provides a clear view of the underwater world. Participants do not require any prior diving experience or certification to enjoy this activity.
During the sea walking experience, participants are accompanied by professional guides who ensure their safety and provide assistance as needed. The guides also help to identify and point out the different marine species encountered during the walk, which may include colorful fish, sea turtles, and even octopuses.
A wet-suit, mask, fins, lifejacket, and oxygen tank will be provided by your sea walking guide.
Sea walks typically last around 30 minutes in total.
No prior experience is necessary for sea walking.
The minimum age requirement for sea walking is 8 years old.
Sea walks go to a depth of up to 15 -30 meters.
Yes, you are able to bring a camera to take photographs of your experience.
Sea walks typically cost around $50 – $100 USD depending on the location.