The Marine life of the Goa is quite similar to that of the Maldives. The underwater world of Goa has the presence of Spanish and Portuguese sailing ship wreckage and that of World War II wreckages. This makes the fish life prolific.
Grand Island is a much-frequented site for local diving. Popular sites near the island are Suzy’s Wreck, Davy Jones Lockers, Sail Rock, Turbo Tunnel, Surge City, Uma Guma Reef, and Bounty Bay.
Boasting 105 km. of sun kissed, palm fringed coastline, Goa Has, for many years, been a Mecca for tourists worldwide. Such is the warmth and hospitality of this, the smallest state in India, many return year after year to rekindle friendships made above and below the sea.
Home to the Barracuda Diving team since 1993, Goa continues to surprise and amaze us with its wealth of ever changing aquatic life. Grande Island and Sao Jorge Island host a variety of dive sites from calm, sandy bays to pretty coral fields, exciting shipwrecks to challenging pinnacles. Add warm waters, shallow dive sites and an absence of strong currents, Goa is an ideal location for beginners as well as experienced divers.