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Barracuda City

 
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    Barracuda City

    Scuba Diving in Barracuda will expose you to the most amazing and unseen sea life. A colorful species of fishes, turtles, corals and sometimes octopus are waiting to be discovered at the Reef.   

    Location

    Union Territory: Andaman and Nicobar

    Exact Location:Seduction Point is the largest of the islands in a chain of islands to the east of Great Andaman in the Andaman Islands. 

    How to get there: Chennai/Calcutta to Port Blair by air. From there board a Govt. Ferry to Seduction Point 

    Nearest Town: 7 km away from capital city of Port Blair

    The best time to visit: December and early April 

    Other Info

    Harminder Bay Beach: Located at a distance of 100 kms from Port Blair, Harminder Bay Beach is also a beautiful for sea bathing and sun viewing.

    Karmatang Beach: Karmatang Beach, an ideal nesting ground for turtles is now being developed as a tourist complex. It is located at Mayabunder, about 240 kms from Port Blair by road and 136 kms by boat.  

    Advisory

    It is advisable to be registered with a scuba diving instructor from PADI or any such internationally recognized institutes. They offer proper training which includes academic sessions, dives in swimming pool and sea dives. 

    All Foreign nationals need to obtain prior permission before entering into Seduction Point.

    It is advisable to buy ferry tickets to from Port Blair. 

    There are a few ATMs only in Port Blair. It is advisable to use the ATMs

    Advisory

    • Do not pick coral to carry home as souvenirs. Take photographs, not specimens. 

    • Do not anchor your boat on the reef.

    • Clean the reef after every dive. 

    • Do not walk directly on the reef. 

    • Do not litter the coast with plastic bags or plastic items. Take back the waste with you to the main coast.

    • Do not leave behind used bottled water containers.