diving in goa

Goa is a bit of Rio de Janeiro Ibiza resolved. But Goa is also a lot of things. This small state of the beach, with an identity that the 'seamless blend of Portuguese influence of the SA-America and the Indian tradition, was crackling enough to have been one of the destinations of the millennium the world.

The waters are safe and warm, the currents in the absence of rip currents which make them ideal for beginners and beginner divers. And when you aren 't that moves in and out of your wetsuit, you can sunbathe or auxiliary damper temples jumping, or frequently visit the flea market. As we said, Goa is many things.

The three hundred years of Portuguese rule have left an indelible imprint on the collective psyche of Goans. It shows in their music, their architecture and culture. He 's also why Goans Vindaloo makes the most beautiful this side of the Indian Ocean.

Dive sites

The marine life of Goa is similar to that found in Maldives. The presence of debris in galleons and Spanish and Portuguese ships of the Second World War makes the life of the prolific fish.

Beautiful island

Much of the jump local driving around this island. Some of the sites near the island include Suzy the 's ruin, Davy Jones of the closets, the rock of the sail, the Turbo Tunnel, the city of the wave, the vein of Uma Guma, and the bay of generosity.

Bank Angri

A walk of four hours of high-speed boat takes you to the site of world-class dive 120 miles from Goa. An extensive underwater land emerged about half the size of the state of Goa, it offers an amazing abundance of coral and fish. A live-aboard is available with the local dive center to dive into this site an unforgettable experience.

Pigeon Island

This rocky outcrop has interesting marine life and good visibility.

Bajío Malva

2 hours away from the capital Panaji, there are some interesting sites low in the water between Vengurla and mauve.

A cap
Miscellaneous information

Compartment decompression: Available one hour by road from the site of the UCES plunge.

The best time to visit: Between November and May (all dive sites are usually closed during the Indian monsoon is between June and October).

Climate: Tropical - between 25-28 degrees Celsius during summer.

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