Sea Walk at Swaraj Dweep (Havelock Island)

Rs. 4000 per person

Sea Walk at Swaraj Dweep (Havelock Island)
Sea Walk at Swaraj Dweep (Havelock Island)
Sea Walk at Swaraj Dweep (Havelock Island)
Sea Walk at Swaraj Dweep (Havelock Island)
Sea Walk at Swaraj Dweep (Havelock Island)
Sea Walk at Swaraj Dweep (Havelock Island)
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  • Activity Overview

    Sea Walking is one of the simplest approaches to investigate the submerged world at Elephant Beach in Havelock Island. Sea Walking is the most secure submerged diversion for the entire family. Anybody can appreciate the Sea Walk from 7 to 70 years. The Sea Walk does not require any learning of swimming or diving. Qualified experienced aides will go with the sea walkers. The best part of Sea Walk is that it is extremely helpful and agreeable to attempt. There is no ear weight as one needs to alter a straightforward cap sort of a mechanical assembly on the head and that recoveries from the huge water weight of the under momentum. There is a consistent supply of outside air drew into the protective cap. Amid Sea Walk guests can inhale normally inside that head protector.

    FAQs

    • help_outline What is the best time to do the walk?
      That’s a hard one! After all you are in Andaman where on any given day you can experience all seasons. Having said that, most walkers seem to prefer from Spring through to Autumn. ( September to May) June of course has some very special, crisp, fine days where you’ll probably have the walk to yourself but then again it could also be cold and wet. You are in nature’s hands.
    • help_outline Is it dangerous?
      The obvious answer to this is No. However, as with everything you need to keep your wits about you and be careful.
    • help_outline Do I need to wear special hiking shoes?
      First and foremost, thongs are off the menu. I suppose we should also add general sports shoes and runners. What you should be wearing is a solid walking shoe with ankle support. The last thing you need is a sprained ankle half way through your walk.
    • help_outline Can I get any photo or video of my first ever scuba diving experience?
      Yes, you can. You can make request with time in hand so that we can arrange a photographer or camera for you.

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