* The Wall, Havelock Island, Andaman – This wall drops from 10 metres/35 feet down deep to the sand channel between Havelock and Peel Island. The tidal currents bring in a large number of Napoleon wrasse, snapper and trevally. Drift by purple soft coral that cling to the wall and look for scorpionfish, stonefish and nudibranchs.
* Dixon's Pinnacle, Andaman – Giant rock pinnacles emerge from the shadowy bottom, covered in colorful coral and large barrel sponges. Barracuda hover in mid-water, sometimes joined by batfish and trevally. Stingrays and Napoleon wrasse cruise along the bottom amidst schools of snapper. The top pinnacles are cleaning stations, buzzing with constant activity. Turtles, moray eels, manta rays and white-tip reef sharks visit the site to avail of the cleaning service.
* Aravind's Wall, Pondicherry – Aravind's Wall is a popular drift diving site, covering a large area and where visibility can reach up to 40 meters, with a year round average of about 15 meters. The dive sites along the wall are also popular due to the marine life that can be spotted, especially groupers, barracuda and a few friendly sea kraits. Lots of diverse macro life such as nudibranch can be found be here, along with a great range of corals including stunning gorgonian fan corals.
* Temple Reef, Pondicherry – Just off the coast of Pondicherry, lies Temple Reef which has a maximum depth of around 18 meters/60 feet. Due to the adverse effects of trawler fishing, an artificial reef was established to create a safe habitat for marine life. A temple-shaped structure was formed from recycled materials including concrete, rocks and iron. It is now inhabited by over 45 different marine species including groupers, batfish, barracudas, boxfish, moray eels and mantis shrimps.
* Jetty, Grand Island, Goa – Situated near the old jetty of the island, this accessible dive site ranges from around 2 meters/6 feet to 6 meters/20 feet in depth. It is a great spot to see nudibranch due to the sounding environment as well as various coral and fish species.
* Sail Rock, Grand Island, Goa – Located to the south west of the island, Sail Rock is a haven for many fish species including snapper, barracuda and groupers. The site is made up of a rocky pinnacle with depth ranging from around 16 meters/52 feet to 24 meters/78 feet.
* Princess Royal, Bangaram, Lakshadweep – This ship sank in a battle between the French and British more than two hundred years ago. Look for broken pottery scattered around the wreck, several large cannons and the ship’s anchor. The hull, protected by copper is relatively intact and home to a variety of marine life.
* Manta Point, Bangaram, Lakshadweep – This colorful reef is often visited by manta rays, especially in September through December. Other pelagics also visit, including an occasional whale shark, along with other rays and turtles. Starting shallow and sloping down to 20 metres/70 feet, this site is beautiful even when no big fish show up
* Twin Towers, Chennai – 2 huge granite boulders which rises up from 18m to 12m, separated by 50m, lots of swim throughs, spotted parrotfish, naploeon wrasse, macro life, lots of eels and batfish.