If you've been diving before and enjoyed it, this is what you should do next. Book yourself into a delightful sea-facing cottage on Havelock Island, and use it as your base while you complete your PADI Scuba Diver course. As a certified Scuba Diver, you can dive anywhere in the world, up to 12 metres (upto 40 feet) under the supervision of a dive master or instructor. And when you're ready, you can easily upgrade to an Open Water diver certification.
For this certification, you'll go on guided dives in small groups, to some of the most stunning dive spots in the world. The Andamans have gorgeous reefs, teeming with colourful marine life. You'll train in 3 theory modules, as well as 3 sessions of confined water skills, and then do 2 dives in open water, up to 12 metres. This certification can be completed in 2 or 3 days.
IMPORTANT: This trip requires a minimum of 2 persons for the booking. Single accommodation is not available.
You'll be diving off Havelock Island, which is one of the best spots for scuba diving in the Andamans. The beach has teal-blue waters, soft white sand, and is fringed by lush green forests. Thanks to the clean water, high visibility, and wide diversity of marine life, this is an adventurer's paradise and attracts divers of all skill levels, from around the world.
You'll be staying on Havelock Island, on a gorgeous white beach, close to the snorkeling and dive sites around Havelock, as well as attractions like the local market and the forest trails after Beach 5. Located on the same property as the dive centre, the seafacing cottage is built in duplex style, with two levels to offer you unmatched views of the garden and the sea. The top level is an air-conditioned bedroom with a private balcony. Your package includes set breakfasts at the in-house restaurant, Cafe del Mar.
Earn your PADI Scuba Diver certificate. | Go scuba diving in the azure waters of the Andamans. | Dive to a depth of 12 meters to see the stunning corals and fish. | Learn diving with expert dive instructors in small groups. | Stay at a delightful duplex A/C cottage facing the glorious blue seas for two nights.
PADI Scuba Diver -SD
Professional Association of Diving Instructors -PADI
1 Instructor for every 4 Participants
You can check in any time after noon. Settle into your rooms and freshen up. You can head out to the blue sea for a swim, or take off down one of the forest trails nearby. You might want to visit the Dive Centre that is located on the same property, to meet the team and possibly finish any paperwork. Try not to drink too much or stay up late tonight. You want to be rested tomorrow. Overnight in air-conditioned comfort in your duplex cottage.
Overnight at Barefoot Scuba Resort
The resort lies on the white sands of Beach 3 on Havelock Island, in the midst of a coconut grove overlooking the ocean. Your duplex cottage has the bedroom and balcony on the upper level, and a lounge, a sit-out and a washroom below. The bedroom has a queen-sized bed, ceiling fans, electric lights, and power outlets. The lounge is furnished with a sofa, a mini refrigerator, and glass sliding doors. The bathroom has a Western-style toilet and a hot water shower. No meals are included today.
Barefoot Scuba Resort
Barefoot Scuba Resort
No meals provided today
The cancellation policy for scuba diving in the Andamans is as follows:
Cancellations made 30 days or more prior to departure of the scuba diving trip in the Andamans: 98% of the total amount is refunded, minus any transaction charges.
Cancellations made 15 days or more before departure of the scuba diving trip in the Andamans: 50% of the total amount is refunded, minus any transaction charges.
Cancellations made 0-15 days before departure of the scuba diving trip in the Andamans: No refund provided.
No show: No refund.
You will receive a briefing before the dive session begins. These are strictly to be adhered to.
Some general rules for scuba diving in the Andamans:
Do not touch, break or collect coral pieces, shells, or seaweed.
Do not dive alone or attempt to swim away from your group on your own.
Do not consume any form of alcohol or drugs before scuba diving in the Andamans.
If for any reason the student cannot complete the certification requirements, an intermediary certification or referral form will be given instead.