Day 3 was the real reason for us embarking on this very trip! Watersports in the pristine waters of Devbag! We had pre-booked our activities (Rs. 2,100 for 6 activities - Scuba diving, Jet Ski, Banana ride, Bumper ride, rowing and paragliding!) That's really cheap as compared to places like Goa, etc. Starting early in the morning we found ourselves alone at the Devbag beach, where our scuba team made arrangements. We were driven some 1.5 - 2 km into the sea and thus began one of the best experiences of the trip. Scuba diving is one of the most enthralling experiences and Tarkarli is the second best places to do it (Andaman is obviously the best). The water although not as good as international waters, you can view from the photos that the waters are adequately clear for thoroughly enjoying the scuba experience. The underwater world really charms you and the 10 minute experience is obviously the most beautiful takeaway from this trip. Post scuba session we were taken to the Devbag beach where we embarked onto the other activities like jet ski, Banana ride, bumper ride and Row boat. And finally, after we've been down under, it was time to rise high in the sky as we move on to the next activity i.e. Paragliding! Tied firmly to a speedy motorboat, you're seated on a harness and once you're let lose high you fly like a kite! The view - breathtaking! The activity is really safe so any reservations you have should be put away into the bin. With the sun shining on you from behind you can see the beautiful green forests, the golden beaches and the scintillating unending seas all in one frame, not to forget the breeze crashing into your face as you capture this unimaginably picturesque view for years to come. This was an eventful day, a fruitful one and post the activities, but we're not yet ready to accept that this is it! We spend a couple of more hours on the beach, in the water as the Malvan sun sets upon us for one last time before me embark upon our journey back! There's something here.... The sand, the breeze, the shimmering waters, it ties you and it's really difficult to leave, but our time had come. We quickly finished our meals and retired back to our homestay to wash ourselves clean from all the sand that had accumulated over our bodies and clothes all round the day! This was a really tiring day, but also our last day so we chilled for a while before accepting the reality that we'd be heading back to our usual lives the next day and going to bed!