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This tour focuses on the birds of the Andaman Islands and South India, many of them endemic to the
Apart from the pristine beaches and plethora of water activities, the Andamans are also a must do
for any birdwatcher or bird photographer visiting the islands. The islands are home to a vast variety
of birds, with many of them being endemic to the islands. Here, you can observe winged beauties
like the Andaman Woodpecker, the Andaman Bulbul, Andaman Coucal, Hume’s Hawk-Owl, and
many many more.
South India is known for its species richness, with a great variety of birds and mammals ranging from
Asian Elephant and Nilgiri Langurs to the rare Mouse Deer. Bird species found in South India include
White-bellied Treepie, Rufous Babbler, Crimson-backed Sunbird, Wayanad and Palani
Laughingthrushes, Blue-winged Parakeet, Malabar Grey Hornbill, Mottled Wood Owl, Sri Lanka Bay
Owl, Oriental Scops Owl, Brown Fish Owl, and Spot-bellied Eagle Owl. You should also be able to
sight the Red Spurfowl, Grey Junglefowl, Indian Pitta, and the Grey-headed Fish Eagle.
The South Indian birding Destinations spread across the Indian Peninsula from the lofty green-shrouded Western Ghats and the Arabian Sea. South India is enriched with avifauna as nearly 500 species of resident and migratory birds abound in this area. Lush green tropical jungles, numerous freshwater, waterlogged fields and lakes form the vital birding habitats of this region.