Endemics of Andaman (South Andaman, Little Andaman Island)
Dates: 5th–12th February 2022
In the blue waters of the Bay of Bengal, east of mainland India is an archipelago of islands – the Andaman Islands. The Andaman group is famous for its endemic flora and fauna, which is why it is called the island of endemism. The islands have a heavy forest cover (over 85% of the area) and are a treat for nature lovers and enthusiasts. During the camp, we visit the main island of Andaman as well as Little Andaman to see endemics like Andaman Teal, Andaman Serpent Eagle, Andaman Crake, Andaman Coucal, to name a few. Other birds like Black Baza, Pied Imperial Pigeon, Collared Kingfisher and Blue-eared Kingfisher may also be seen.
Camp fees: Rs. 47,975/- BNHS members and Rs. 49,475/- others (ex-Delhi).
Group Leader: Mr Asif Khan
Reporting: Port Blair
How to Reach: Port Blair is well connected by air, direct and stopover flights, from all major cities.
Cost includes: All accommodation, meals (B/L/D) from first-day lunch to last day breakfast, transfers from and to Port Blair airport, permits, and entry to park.
Cost excludes: Flight tickets, all expenses of personal nature like laundry, tips, beverages, camera fees, any cost not specified above
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