JONNYS GORGE

Discovered by the diving legends of Havelock, Jonnys Gorge consists of two areas of coral reef separated by gorge.

Jonnys Gorge is the most favourite, preferred and spectacular dive site around Havelock, now made accessable by Aqua Nomad’s MS Class dive boat, Nautilus, to the fun dives.

It is one of the few places to get lucky to see the shark. The sightings could include schools of snappers, groups of Eagle Rays, Mata Rays and Giant Barrel Sponges. The Giant Barrel Sponges not only grow bigger but some are very old, making them some of the most lived animals on earth.

Dive Type: Advanced/ Fun Dive

Depth: 23-30 meters

Location: East of Havelock

JACKSON BAR

Jackon Bar is believed to be the Holy Grail of all the diving sites in the Andamans. The site was named after Jackson, one of the brothers of the diving genius of the Havelock.

It is a deep drift challenging dive, suited for fun divers, and is good for seeking Sharks, Eagle Rays and Manta Rays.

The site offers schools of Bengal Snappers, Barracuda, Andaman sweetlips & Tuna.

Napoleon Wrasses and Yellow Spotted Sweetlips like to hang out here.

Dive Type: Advanced/ Fun Dive

Depth: 23-30 meters

Location: East of Havelock

DIXONS PINNACLE

This popular dive site, now reachable on Aqua Nomads MS Class Dive boat, Nautilus, is named for its three huge breath taking rock pinnacles covered in colourful hard & soft corals surrounded by schools of fish, big & small.

Discovered by Dickson, one of the brother of the famous trio brothers, Dickons, Jackson & Jonny, the site offers schools of small surgeon fish, bat fish, gcans fish and over whelming schools of Bengal and Paddle and Tarled snappers, when one dives deeper.

Other inhabitants include Green turtles, Napoleon Wrasses and Titan Trigger fish. It is a favourite cleaning station for Giant Groupers.

A visit to Havelock Island cannot be complete without diving at Dixons Pinnacle.

Dive Type: Advanced/ Fun Dive

Depth: 16-30 meters

Location: East of Havelock

MINERVA'S LEDGE

It is truly a huge site with some relatively unexplored spots on it. Minerva's Ledge is one of the cherished dive site because of its size and the variety of species of fish to be found here.

Its impressive display of hard colourful corals and large schools of snappers, unicorn fish Fusiliers, Barracuda offers a spectacular dive experience.

You may require two days of diving to cover the site.

Dive Type: Beginner/ Advanced

Depth: 14-18 meters

Location: East of Havelock

S.S. INCH KETT

An old Japanese cargo ship wreck near Duncan Island with generally low visibility offers fun dives with air of mystery. The wreck is covered in scorfano fish, cleaner shrimp and patches of soft coral.

Plenty of fishes to observe, taking shelter in the wreckage. The charm of the site is to enjoy the transition of a man made ship to sweet home for fish & Coral.

Dive Type: Advanced/ Fun Dive

Depth: 5-22 meters

Location: West of Havelock

WHITE HOUSE ROCK

A large stand of rock rising from the bottom at 30m almost all the way to the surface, offers, steep side of rock and coral adventure to a fun diver to descend.

The habitats include Fusiliers, Surgeon Fish, Tuna, Trevally and Barracuda. Aqua Nomad offers MS Class Dive boat, Nautilus to enjoy the breath taking adventure dive at White House Rock.

Dive Type: Beginner/ Advanced

Depth: 8-30 meters

Location: West of Havelock