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Exploring Marshes and Wetlands

Learn about Avian Visitors at Marshes and Wetlands in Goa

  • 2 hr
  • 1,400 Indian rupees
  • Corlim

Service Description

Tourist Flock Goa mainly to explore its beaches, lakes and fields. Well, not only human tourists, avian tourists too. The beaches in goa are feeding grounds for many migratory birds such as gulls, terns, plovers and oyster catchers which chose Goa as their pit stop while migrating. Sometimes we may witness rare species such as crab plovers and great knot. ​Not only beaches, the lakes and fields in goa too are stops for many ducks such as lesser whistling ducks, northern shovelers, garganeys, Indian spot billed ducks, ruddy shelducks, etc. ​Many wader species such as snipes, water cock, bitterns, godwits, plovers and stints, as well as small birds such as species of munias and weavers can be found. We decide which spot to go depending on the tide and the season of migration. ​We may sight medium sized crocodiles as well as otters swimming or running on the banks, and a colony of Indian flying foxes creating a ruckus in the trees. Our main goal in this trip is to cover the various kingfisher species which Goa offers. We will get to see the common kingfisher, white throated kingfisher, “the giant” stork billed kingfisher, pied kingfishers, and the rarities: black capped kingfisher and collared kingfisher. In this birding trip we cover roughly 30 to 50 bird species depending on the time of the year.


Cancellation Policy

Our standard cancellation policy is that you can get a full refund for any experience if you cancel at least 72 hrs before the experience is scheduled to start, or within 24 hours of purchasing the experience provided the cancellation is 48 hours prior to the activity. Rescheduling can only be requested 48 hours prior to the activity. Easy enough!


Contact Details

  • Corlim

    Carambolim, Corlim, Goa, India


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