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Snorkeling and Boating at Elephant Beach, Andaman
Snorkeling and Boating at Elephant Beach, Andaman

Havelock Island

About the Activity:Make your underwater adventures a thrilling one with this Snorkelling and Boat ride trip at Elephant beach.Start your tour at around 9:30 AM from the Havelock Dock and the board your boat for the trip.You will be provided with your safety jackets during the boat ride and make way to the Elephant beach.Soak in the amazing sights of the distant lighthouse at Havelock and if luck offers you may also see the landing of a seaplane. Upon reaching change your clothes and get briefed by the about the activity by the instructors.Enjoy snorkelling in the crystal clear waters and swim with the colourful fishes.Conclude this activity after 30 minutes and then spend some leisure time at the beach.

185 Ratings


185 Ratings

₹ 1,200

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Snorkeling in the Andamans
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Location-  Elephant beach/Govind Nagar beach (Nemo reef) Havelock Island, AndamanTimings: Between 9:00 AM to 12:00 PMDuration-Underwater diving: 7-8 minutesBriefing session: 5-10 minutesPick-up & drop Details:For elephant beach - (there is no pickup/drop facility from the hotel)For Govindnagar beach - pickup/drop from Anywhere on the Havelock Island (all hotels except Taj, TSG, and Barefoot) at an additional 200PP costNote: You will have to Reach Havelock Island on your own.About the Snorkeling in Andaman -Better than swimming and very much more affordable than Scuba, Snorkeling is a sport that drives you to the glittering underwater world without the requirement for any complex setup or equipment. The Andaman Islands offer some of the best places for snorkeling, so you can easily explore the underwater world. The populated ecosystem of shoreline in the isles is home to a broad variety of hard & soft corals that house an excess of beautiful fish species to stare at.

631 Ratings


631 Ratings

₹ 1,999

₹ 1,299 per Adult

People Also Ask About Snorkeling in Andaman and Nicobar

  1. Which are the best places to do Snorkeling in Andaman?

    1. Elephant Beach: Elephant Beach in Andaman and Nicobar Islands, provides ideal conditions for an enthralling snorkelling adventure. The colourful, undamaged reefs are teeming with a diverse array of fish and marine species that inspire awe and wonder. The waters of this beach destination in Andaman are transparent, making for the best underwater visibility possible, and are ideally shallow. It has also got the perfect amount of current, allowing you to float close to the surface. You will get a chance to enjoy your underwater experience without difficulty. The fascinating  fact about Snorkeling in Andman at Elephant Beach is that you will be able to enjoy the best ever sights under the water and make this a once in a lifetime experience with your loved ones. 

    Best Time:
    May to June
    Price: INR 1500 Per Person

    2. South Button: 
    South Button Island, situated southwest of Havelock Island, looks like something out of a fairytale. The beautiful islet is part of the Rani Jhansi Marine National Park, and its abundant marine life, healthy coral population, and shallow depths make it ideal for snorkelling and scuba diving. South Button Island is the place to go if you're searching for surreal natural wonders. The island's thriving biodiversity, unexplored coral reefs, white sand beach, adventurous adventures, and a prominent population of marine life are only a few reasons to include it in your beach holiday.

    Best Time:
    December to April
    Price: INR 600 Per Person

    3. Tamarind Camp: 
    Tamarind Camp is a small uninhabited island in the Andaman Sea where you can snorkel but not walk around barefoot. There are many exotic animals to be found here, and you can do more than just snorkel. You can go kayaking or snorkelling in the surrounding mangrove creeks to see the fascinating marine life. Keep an eye out for jellyfish, which are plentiful here.

    Best Time:
    January to May
    Price: INR 450 Per Person

    4. Neil Island: Neil Island is just another lovely spot surrounded by woods and densely forested with tropical plants. Divers and snorkelers flock to the island because it has one of the best-preserved coral populations. As compared to other places on the list, the water visibility is low, but this is easily balanced by just the right amount of water current and waves, making it a quiet place to go for long hours of Snorkeling in Andman. The beach is long and large, with a variety of coral strips teeming with colourful fish, lobsters, clams, and other sea creatures just waiting to be discovered. 

    Best Time:
    May to June
    Price: INR 490 Per Person

    5. Kalipur: The Andaman Islands are known for their crystal clear water, which is ideal for swimming and snorkelling. The beach at Kalipur is no exception. Snorkeling and scuba diving in this area allows visitors to dive deep into an ocean rich in coral reefs, fish, and endangered turtle species. It has a wet and subtle vibe with jellyfish, dead corals, and mangrove plants on the sand. The price for snorkeling in Kalipur is around 500 rupees per head.

    Best Time:
    October to March
    Price: INR 500 Per Person

    6. North Bay Island: North Bay happens to be a small island close to Port Blair that is ideal for all kinds of water activities, including snorkelling. Since the island is very tiny, visitors come over to this place to indulge in some of the fun and adventure activities. The waters of North Bay Island happen to be very smooth and perfectly shallow, letting the tourists have a clear vision of the marine world with no distortions. In terms of marine life, the island has some of the most diverse and abundant coral populations in the island. The fringing reefs of North Bay Island are home to a diverse range of fish and sea creatures, such as lobsters and shrimp, which form a beautiful barrier surrounding the snorkeler. Both ticketing and transportation costs are already included in a typical snorkelling kit along with the Snorkeling gear and other requirements. 

    Best Time:
    October and June
    Price: INR 470 Per Person

    7. Jolly Buoy: For both experienced and beginner snorkelers, Jolly Buoy is another perfect place for Snorkeling in Andman. The island is relatively small, and there are a number of water sport centres that offer snorkelling at a reasonable price. The waters surrounding Jolly Buoy are crystal clear, allowing for a great underwater view. Marine life is rich and well-preserved. The shoreline is covered in vast swaths of blue, red, and sponge corals, which are home to a diverse range of Andaman's most unusual species, including the relatively uncommon fishes and zebrafish. Both tickets, ferries, licences, and snorkelling equipment are included in a regular snorkelling kit, so you can relax and enjoy your perfect experience. 

    Best Time:
    November to April
    Price: INR 950 Per Person

    8. Red Skin Island: The setting of the island is idyllic, surrounded on all sides by nature and leading to a magnificent beach. The shorelines are clean, and the waters are clear blue with above-average visibility, allowing for good underwater visibility. The coral population is dense, with a diverse range of marine organisms of all shapes and sizes. The variety of corals here is unmatched by any other place in the Andamans, making this a fantastic snorkelling spot. 

    Best Time:
    May to October
    Price: INR 500 Per Person
  2. When is the best time to do snorkeling in Andaman?

    The best time for snorkeling in Andaman and Nicobar islands would be from the month of May to the month of June. You can indulge in this activity from 8:00 AM in the morning to 4:30 PM in the evening. 
  3. Is there any age limit or restrictions to do Snorkeling in the Andaman?

    You do need to be at least ten years old to indulge in activities like snorkeling in the Andamans. Apart from the age, there are other restrictions bound on the adventurers in the islands. It is advisable not to gratify oneself with snorkeling if they are suffering from asthma, heart condition or are pregnant.
  4. Can a non-swimmer snorkel in the Andaman?

    Absolutely. You are provided with a vest to keep you afloat and a ring that assures your presence even on the surface of the ocean. An instructor would be there to guide you through the process and will be there for supervision while you enjoy snorkeling.
  5. Are there any equipment I need to carry to snorkel in the Andaman?

    No. You are not required to carry any equipment to snorkel in the Andaman. In fact, you will be provided with a mask, snorkel, a life jacket and a ring by the company with whom you have booked this service. All you need to have is a calm mind with an open approach so that you can revel and take in all the beauty of nature you will get to see during this activity.
  6. Can you go underwater to get closer to things with a snorkel in the Andaman?

    Yes, it is a great chance to explore the various varieties of aquatic life and corals of the Bay of Bengal. It is not advised to touch the corals as you might damage their growth cycle for many years.
  7. What things should be avoided before Snorkeling?

    It is a safe practice to avoid consuming alcohol before snorkeling or swimming. This should be done so as to prevent loss of brain and muscle coordination during the activity. Also, the tap water in Andaman is said to be carrying water-borne diseases so one should not drink the tap water there.
  8. What are some safe Snorkeling practices to be taken care of?

    You shouldn’t touch anything underwater because it might be deadly. You should carry water to stay hydrated and cover your head to protect yourself from heat. Wear a swimsuit and practice with your equipment beforehand.
  9. What is the price for snorkeling in Andaman & Nicobar island?

    The price for snorkeling in Andaman and Nicobar islands varies from one place to another. Check out the details pricing here:

    Havelock Island - Beach Snorkeling - ?490/-
    North Bay Island - Seashore Snorkeling - ?470/-
    Jolly Buoy - Offshore Snorkeling - ?500/-
    Red Skin Island - Offshore Snorkeling - ?500/-
    Neil Island - Seashore Snorkeling - ?490/-

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