Bird Watching or Birding is the observation and study of birds with the naked eye or through a visual enhancement device like binoculars. Birding often involves a significant auditory component, as many birds’ species are more readily detected and identified by ear than by eye. Most birders are birdwatchers pursue this activity for recreational or social reasons, unlike ornithologists, who are engaged in the formal scientific study of birds.

On these occasions, large numbers of birds travel north to south to wintering or nesting locations. Early morning is typically the best time of the day for birding since many birds are searching for food which makes them easier to find and observe. Birders who are keen rarity-seekers will travel long distance to locate new and rare species, intending to add these to their list of personally observed birds.

If you enjoy wild birds watching start by getting down to Port Blair for the rare species of bird found in this Islands here a few of the wild birds you can find in Andaman’s if you pay attention and learn how to identify them: Goldfinch, White Bellied Sea Eagle, Long winged Harrier, Grackles, Eastern Bluebird, Varieties of species of Woodpecker, Blue Jay, Sun Birds and many-many more.

A Bird watching tour should provide quality as well as be enjoyable and the tour should be professional organized so that one can go to beautiful as well as exciting destinations and that is also affordable. Our bird watching tour keeps the birder and his or her requirements uppermost in mind and is able to cater to the novice as well as seasoned bird watchers.

Our staffs have adequate knowledge about birding and are able to guide the birder and point them in the right direction. In addition, the bird watching tour offers, tours that take the birders to the best destination where the variety of birds are most appealing.

The Best Spots for Bird Watching are : Chidyatapu, Mount Harriet, Diglipur and few other parts of Andaman Islands.