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Fun Activities

Sea Walker

Sea Walk

Sea Walk is a wonderful activity that can be enjoyed by almost anyone, Sea Walk as an activity frequently is compared to Scuba Diving – another excellent activity in the sea but one that requires less instruction, time and money. If you haven’t already, give it a try – you’ll love the new world beneath the water. Sea Walk is done under water, walking on the sea bed near to the Corals and colorful fishes wearing an underwater Helmet which is connected through a tube which is attached to the Oxygen compressor above the sea placed on a Pontoon. The primary attraction of sea walk is the opportunity to observe underwater life in a natural setting, where you have the benefit of feeding beautiful small colorful fishes also. So come and explore the world of underwater life full of colorful fishes, coral reefs and enjoyment. With Sea Walk.

Scuba Diving

Scuba Diving

Scuba Diving is swimming underwater, while using scuba set. By carrying a source of oxygen cylinders, the scuba divers is able to stay underwater longer than with the simple breadth holding techniques used in snorkelling and free diving. The Scuba divers typically swims underwater by using fins attached to the feet. However, some people also dives around with the assistance of the other trained scuba divers. Scuba diving offers people the opportunity to see what life is like below the water in the sea. Scuba is an acronym that stands for self contained underwater breathing apparatus. Scuba divers wear equipment which allows the divers to stay below the water’s surface for long periods of time. The majority of scuba divers enjoy diving for recreational purposes - to see the beauty that lives in the sea. Scuba Divers also traverse the depth of the waters for commercial, scientific and military purposes as well, to become a scuba diver, it is recommended that you partake in a beginner’s diving class, which we conduct before taking the guest directly into the deep sea. In such classes you will learn the skills required by a scuba diver such as equipment usage, diving techniques and ocean awareness training.

Fishing in Andaman

Fishing in Andaman

Game fishing, sometimes called offshore fishing, is a form of recreational fishing, targeting big fishes such as Tuna, Marlin, in the open sea often some distance from land. It is conducted recreationally, for the enjoyment of our guests. It is conducted in a variety of locations around Port Blair, Havelock and Cinque Island and some other parts of Andaman. It is a common part for these fish to be found along these places, thus determining the distance offshore where boats commonly operate.
Game fishing methods vary according to the area being fished, the species being targeted, and the personal strategies of the angler, and the resources available. However, the fishing is done with hook, line, rod and reel rather than with nets or other aids.

Snorkeling

Snorkeling

Snorkelling is a wonderful activity that can be enjoyed by almost anyone, who has access to the ocean and who wants to get accessed to it. Snorkelling as an activity frequently lives in the shadow of Scuba Diving – another excellent activity in the sea but one that requires significantly more instruction, time and money. If you haven’t already, give it a try – you’ll love the new world beneath the water. A swimmer’s snorkel is a tube about thirty centimetres (Twelve inches) long, usually J-shaped, fitted with a mouthpiece, and constructed of rubber or plastic. It is used for breathing air from above the water surface when the mouth and nose are submerged. The primary attraction of snorkelling is the opportunity to observe underwater life in a natural setting. This includes coral reefs, such as fishes, starfish, sea urchins and molluscs. Snorkelling in sandy areas may allow sighting of rays and various flat fishes. Other organisms that can be seen while snorkelling include various forms of sea weeds, jellyfish, shrimp, sea cactus and occasionally anything else which may be found in the ocean.

Bird-Watching

Bird Watching

Bird Watching or Birding is the observation and study of birds with the naked eye or through a visual enhancement device like binoculars. Birding often involves a significant auditory component, as many birds’ species are more readily detected and identified by ear than by eye. Most birders are birdwatchers pursue this activity for recreational or social reasons, unlike ornithologists, who are engaged in the formal scientific study of birds.
On these occasions, large numbers of birds travel north to south to wintering or nesting locations. Early morning is typically the best time of the day for birding since many birds are searching for food which makes them easier to find and observe. Birders who are keen rarity-seekers will travel long distance to locate new and rare species, intending to add these to their list of personally observed birds.

Trekking Tour

Trekking Tour

We have had several trekking expeditions to the opened places. One can go trekking through the nature trail from Mt. Harriet to Madhuban and enjoy the rare forest life, flora and fauna. There are other trekking routes also. Sometimes, trekking expeditions are only a day or two long. But on other occasions, trekking at Andaman and Nicobar islands can extend for weeks or even months.
Trekking in the Andaman Islands is rewarding, as most of the islands are covered with thick tropical rainforests, teeming with wildlife and rare and endemic plants, including about 2.200 plant and 270 bird species. Hiking on the Andaman’s is best to be done with a local guide, but you can also go camping on your own in the beaches on many of the islands. However, please note that over-night Camping at many of the uninhabited Islands is not allowed.