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Diving in Bangalore

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When to go to Bangalore

Bangalore has a tropical climate. There is a clear distinction between the dry and wet seasons. The best time to visit is September to March, with an average air temperature of 28-30C/82-90F and a water temperature averaging 26-28C/78-82F. During summer (March to May), the temperature may reach 38C/100F, but the rainfall eases the heat a bit. The visibility is usually great, 15-30m/49-98ft. Currents are generally mild (1-2 knots). What to see At Bangalore divers can spot turtles, Napoleon wrasses, moray eels, barracudas, cobia, whitetip and blacktip sharks, stingrays, and even stonefish.

Scuba diving in Bangalore

Bangalore is the third-largest city in India and the capital of the state of Karnataka. The city is always crowded and full of tourists. The peculiarity of the destination is that it is the center of the IT industry in India, also known as the Silicon Valley of India. The territory is relatively flat, but there is a mountain range in the western part of the city, whose highest peak is Vidyaranyapura Doddabettahilli. There are a lot of places of interest in Bangalore, with numerous temples and churches to visit and landmarks to explore. Bangalore has great opportunities for divers, because of the good beaches along the coast. Divers can admire enchanting corals in crystal-clear waters while diving in Bangalore. Sloped reefs, shallows, swim-throughs, ledges, and boulders provide an unforgettable experience for divers of all levels. The depth ranges from 6-40m/19-131ft. There are still a lot of places with fascinating marine creatures to be explored and discovered while diving in Bangalore. Most popular dive sites Divers should definitely visit and dive at Netrani Island, Kadmat Island, and Lakshadweep Island. The pristine waters and great visibility allows divers to fully admire the underwater beauty.