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Discover Havelock by not only exploring it’s mesmerising waters but also by experiencing the unique, rich biodiversity that it has to offer. Our accomplished in-house naturalists shall educate you about the fascinating flora and fauna of beautiful Havelock. From  identifying a rare animal, an insect, a reptile or a tree endemic to these islands, to giving you fun facts they shall ensure that your walk is an interesting, enriching experience. Have a look at what we offer.



Our dive centers in Havelock are located in the middle or near lush green forests which makes bird watching an ideal activity for both kids and grown ups alike. The best time to undertake this activity is at sunrise and sunset. The lush verdant canopy of tall tropical trees attracts all kinds of beautiful birds that are painted in vivid hues like the rainbow and who sing melodies that you’ll hum long after they’ve flown far away.

Please carry: Water, cap, comfy shoes and preferably wear dull coloured clothing!

Duration: 2 hours



Whether you are an avid hiker or someone just looking for a stroll, these enchanting forests will leave you spell bound. Our naturalist leads this walk through the woodlands starting from our very own backyard. Stare in wonder at trees as tall as buildings and discover strange creatures camouflaged in the lush foliage. These forests will remain with you long after you have left this mystical land.

Please carry: Water, cap, comfy shoes or sandals.

Duration: 2 hours to 2 and a half hours



This is one of our best sellers, and rightly so because it is the perfect family activity to captivate those who are not diving and show them a glimpse of the wonders that exist under the surface of the sea. An intertidal zone is the area between the high tide and the low tide when the tide has receded. This area has a lot of critters, crustaceans, slugs, Christmas tree worms and sometimes even juvenile fish in the pools. This walk is timed only during the low tide and our naturalist can help you schedule it. Be prepared to be mesmerised during this walk.

Please carry: Water, Insect Repellent and wear old sandals/shoes that you don’t mind getting wet and muddy, Cap/Hat

Duration: 2 hours



Mangroves are found in abundance on the Andaman and Nicobar Islands. The Mangrove walk is a great way to explore this ecosystem and to learn how these trees grow with their roots coming out of the saline water. Learn how the amazing Mangroves act as coastal protectors. They also help harbour juvenile fish before they grow and swim out into the ocean. Get your feet wet as you explore the various benefits of the mangroves along with witnessing some up close shallow underwater action!

Please carry: Water, Insect Repellent and wear old sandals/shoes that you don’t mind getting wet and muddy, Cap/Hat 

Duration: 2 hours