Bird watching is a booming hobby in all ages. We have outings focusing on bird life & behaviour around Mumbai & across India starting at Rs.500/-. Our Bird watching tours are designed to scout for an exotic endemic species or rare or endangered. We travel around the country to spot these beautiful birds and how important is their role in the entire ecosystem. For instance to view Great Indian Bustard we travel to Desert national park, for Green avadavat – Mount Abu, for Monal, Pheasants, Leothrix and more Himalayan birds – Pangot, Frog mouth – Thattekad, Greater Flamingo – Little rann of Kutch/Sambhar lake, Bitterns, crakes, quails, ducks, plovers, and other waders of marsh – Chilika/Mangalajodi. Etc. Also to mention Hornbills – Northeast & Vultures, eagles – Pin valley NP/Hemis NP.

Augumbe Rainforest Exploration

Agumbe: The Agumbe Rainforest Research Station (ARRS) is a field based conservation and research organisation situated inside the Agumbe Reserved Forest at Agumbe in the central Western Ghats of southern India. The Agumbe Reserved Forests receives an annual rainfall in excess of 7,000 mm (280 in) and is at an elevation of about 640 m (2,100ft) above sea level. It forms a part of the Malnad-Kodagu corridor, which also includes the Someshwara, Mookambika, Bhadra, and Sharavati Wildlife Sanctuaries, Kudremukh National Park, and

Bhigwan Birdwatching Special Tour

About the tour: Bhigwan is a small dusty town on the border of Pune and Solapur district in Central Maharashtra, in India. Bhigwan is located on the Pune-Solapur Highway. South of Bhigwan town exist a widespread backwater formed due to a man-made dam built on the Bhima River. The dam is called as Ujni dam. The backwaters are spread over a wide region and are mainly a shallow waste water reserve. There are two areas where one can see the migratory water
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Bird walk at Sagar Upvan

“South Mumbai’s ‘Sagar Upvan’, is a famous botanical garden, which is also known as ‘Bombay /Mumbai Port Trust (BPT / MPT)’ garden located at Colaba. It is the only green garden in the location rejuvenating life of people since last 17 years..” About 12 acres (46,000 square meter), Sagar Upvan was mere a Garbage dump yard in year around 2000 (17 Years now as of 2017). As Soon MPT took charge and planned to convert it to a green paradise. As soon
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Birdwalk at Bhandup Pumping Station

Bhandup is truly one of the best kept secrets for observing birds. It encompasses diverse landscapes with salt pans, grassland, a lake, mangrove forest and a creek .One can explore the creek in a boat ride where one can observe a large number of lesser and greater flamingos along with various other birds such as puple heron, Northern pintail, Black tailed godwit, Rudy Shelduck , Plover,Whimbrel, lesser whistling duck etc to name a few.
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BIRDWALK AT KARNALA – T3NT1106

About the tour: The Karnala Bird Sanctuary is located in Panvel Taluka of Raigad District, outside Mumbai, India near Matheran and Karjat. The sanctuary is quite small with an area of 12.11 square kilometres but along with the Sanjay Gandhi National Park and Tungareshwar sanctuary is one of the few sanctuaries to be within reach of the city of Mumbai.   Even so, the Karnala Bird Sanctuary is home to over 150 species of resident and 37 species of migratory birds. Three
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BIRDWALK AT TUNGARESHWAR FOREST – T3NT1107

About the tour: Tungareshwar is a mountain plateau situated between Virar and Vasai, an hour's drive from Mumbai. It is a dense forest region with lush green surroundings and flowing waterfalls during monsoon. At an altitude of about 2177 feet, it is a popular destination for trekkers and mountaineers.   This forest has been declared as a wildlife sanctuary. The forest is an effective corridor and buffer for the fauna of the Sanjay Gandhi National Park, Borivali, and Mumbai. MAMMALS - Leopard,
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Flamingo watch at Sewri

About the tour: “The clearest way to the universe is through the forest. In every walk with nature one receives far more than he seeks”      - John Muir   Don’t let the above quote disenchant you from the fabulous city of Mumbai. These words of John Muir are as much applicable to Mumbai as they might be to any other pristine landscapes in the countries hinterland. For here, in this city, in our backyard lies one of the most astounding biological treasures.
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MATHERAN BIRD WALK – T3NT1110

About the tour: Matheran is a very famous hill station and a popular weekend gets a way for the Mumbaiites. There are many different hiking routes to reach the top. The most common is one by the motorable road from Neral, which can get very monotonous. Some other routes are via Peb Fort, via one tree hill... Sunset point is one of the most famous points of Matheran. Even though a name of sunset point it gives a most scenic view of
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Nagla Block Nature Trail

About the tour:   Travel along the Mumbai-Agra highway to reach Sasupada and here begins one the most exhilarating trails on the offering. About 17% of SGNP’s land lies beyond the Bassein/Bhayander creek and these forests are relatively pristine and for all reasons favourite amongst butterfly watchers, bird watchers and nature enthusiasts. A gentle walk down the hill side will lead you the small nature interpretation centre at the base.   This is one place where one gets to experience the confluence
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Namdapha Wildlife Tour – 5 nights/6 days

NAMDAPHA – EASTERN PARADISE Namdapha National Park is the largest protected area in the Eastern Himalaya biodiversity hotspot and is located in Arunachal Pradesh in Northeast India. It is also the third largest national park in India in terms of area. It is located in the Eastern Himalayan sub-region and is recognized as one of the richest areas in biodiversity in India.[1] The park harbours the northernmost lowland evergreen rainforests in the world at 27°N latitude.[2] The area is also known for

Shilonda Nature Trail

About the tour: “The clearest way to the universe is through the forest. In every walk with nature one receives far more than he seeks”      - John Muir   Don’t let the above quote disenchant you from the fabulous city of Mumbai. These words of John Muir are as much applicable to Mumbai as they might be to any other pristine landscapes in the countries hinterland. For here, in this city, in our backyard lies one of the most astounding biological treasures.

Wilderness of Thar – Birding special

Wilderness of Thar Birding special tour is designed specially for bird lovers and photography enthusiast. Tal chapar: Tal Chhapar Sanctuary is located in Churu district of North-western Rajasthan in Shekhawati region of India. It is known for blackbucks and is also home to a variety of birds. It is 210 km from Jaipur on the fringe of the Great Indian Desert and situated on road from Ratangarh to Sujangarh. Tal Chhapar sanctuary lies in the Sujangarh Tehsil of Churu District. Area is