Scuba Destinations In Tarkarli-Best Scuba Points For Diving at Tarkarli beach are 1.King’s garden point 2.Rewala point 3. Reti point 4.Dharan point 5.Juva Point 6.Achara point 7.Chivla point.
Tarkarli Scuba diving is a kaleidoscope of coral reefs, pristine water and a mind-blowing variety of fishes. The seas around the Tarkarli on particular points are most unspoilt. Marine life is really abundant.
Our all ativities operated near Daneshwar temple, Dandi beach, Near Tarkarli, Malvan.
We have appointed well experienced instructor who instruct in Marathi and hindi language. We also arrange instructor who can speak in English.
In Tarkarli, there are 7 different points where we can do scuba. As per the visibility we numbered the points as bellow 1. King’s garden point 2. Rewala point 3. Reti point 4. Dharan point 5. Juva Point 6. Achara point 7. Chivla point
We have used outboard engine fiber coated boat with all safety apparatus and the instruments used for scuba diving are branded.
This is one of our popular places to dive, this place is full of fish and coral reefs, also the best place to snorkel,too.It’s a great place to see angel fish, zebra fish, lion fish, squids, sea cucumber and many more. A large list of things that can be seen here.
A shallow sea water diving point near fort, this is the best local site and is visited by a very large visitors, who’s very friendly to divers. Red and yellow soft corals, alone the wall has many beautiful fans with angel Fish and Lionfish peering out at you and Nudibranchs trying to race around. We see Scorpion Fish here and even Anglerfish are seen tucked into holes.
Just 3 minutes from Chivla beach also visited by dolphin, divers fight to dive here, it has big reef and diver notice the beautiful colored coral because they are surround by a kaleidoscope of swirling Barracuda, giant friendly Grouper, Unicorn Fish and Snappers, not to forget one of the few place to see shark on a regular basis and groups of Eagle Rays often drop in to add to the experience.
Barracuda, Giant Trevally, Giant Groupers, Tuna and Mackerel. Beautiful Big Barrel Sponges perch on the edges of the larger pinnacle that is covered with Glass Fish that make it hard at times to look out at the schools of Batfish floating in the currents and then suddenly a shadow appears from the deep, it’s a Manta Ray cruising by to take a look at the commotion. There are many colors here with lots of juvenile Emperor Angelfish and shy Red-Toothed Triggerfish looking for holes to hide from the glares from the Napoleon Wrasse circling the reef.