Nemo reef in Havelock Island is the most popular spot for Scuba Diving. The dive site derives its name from the famous clownfish (Nemo) which is found in plenty on this site.
Scuba Diving in Havelock Island, (Neemo Reef)
About the activity
Scuba diving is diving underwater with the help of an underwater breathing apparatus (scuba), which is completely independent of surface supply, to breathe underwater. This activity is conducted under the supervision of a professional certified Divemaster who accompanies every participant independently.
What you get to experience
As a participant in the Introductory Scuba Diving programme, you will get to dive underwater in the coral reefs of Havelock with your Divemaster. You will be required to wear the diving suit and all other equipment will be provided to you. The programme includes onshore training on safety and underwater communication techniques.
While you dive underwater our photographer will take your underwater photographs and small video clips for you to share on social media. The photographs and video clips will be instantly transferred to your smartphones.
ü Diving equipment
ü BCD Jackets
ü Oxygen tank
ü Dive suit (Dry clothes)
ü Divemaster escort
ü Changing room
ü Photos and videos
The total duration of the activity is 90 minutes which involves underwater diving for approximately 20 to 30 minutes.
How to reach Nemo Reef
You can hire a cab or auto-rickshaw to reach Nemo reef. Our dive centres are located opposite the helipad in Havelock.
You can produce a print out of the voucher or a mobile phone voucher to our counter in Havelock.
Some FAQs about Discover Scuba Diving
Is it mandatory to know swimming?
No, it is not. Even if you know swimming, you should not try to swim on your own while diving. Every participant is accompanied by a Dive Master who will hold you with your tank throughout the dive.
Is it safe?
It is a very safe activity as all our divers are professionally trained and certified by PADI (Australia) and SSI.
You need to fill a medical declaration form declaring that you are medically fit to undergo Scuba Diving. Pregnant ladies and people with ear infection are not permitted to dive.