Start your day with a new hobby, bird watching, in Mumbai. Airoli is a destination that is famous for the Flamingo Bird conversation project. Coastal and Marine Biodiversity centres in Airoli and Thane Creek Flamingo Sanctuary maintain the creek for bird watching. Join our bird watching expert on a boat ride to appreciate the beautiful birds. A very significant wintering area for waterbirds. Airoli Flamingo Watch is for people who like to get out and enjoy nature. Bird Watching is for life. It promotes habitat conservation.
Bird watching is a well-known pastime for many, with many people finding it to be relaxing, fun, and even educational to an extent. Airoli Flamingo Watching is a pastime that all ages, abilities can enjoy, and walks of life. You don't even need binoculars, and you can get started this weekend! Do you want to get out and enjoy some fresh air while meeting new people and learning about the natural world? Then sign up for a bird watching experience today! Join us for a bird watching adventure today.
Flamingo boat safari Airoli creek - Itinerary
The host will be receiving you at the assemblage location, where you'll soon be led to the sanctuary. From there, travel towards the boating start location and jump on for an hour-long beautiful daybreak boat safari filled with spectacular wildlife sightings like flamingos all around. You will also witness some exotic shorebirds or wader birds!
Flamingo Boat Safari Airoli will be an excellent chance for shutterbugs to get a great new perspective on the flamingo from a new low angle. The brightly coloured flamingo bird flock images with a perfect backdrop of the Mangrove forest behind them. Wildlife photographers aspire to capture the most breathtaking shots of their favourite creatures.
By the time we finished boating through this area of the creek. We will walk on the trail for observing and photograph some more birds. By 11:00 am, we will end the path. Kindly carry some light snacks or breakfast and drinking water? The flamingo bird walk will end here.
What is included in the tour
- Entry fees for Thane Creek Flamingo Sanctuary
- Flamingo Boat Safari for one hour
- Bird Photography expertise
- Expert wildlife naturalist and host of the bird walk
What is NOT included in the tour
- Any Transportation to and fro till the meeting
- Meals are not included
- Any personal expenditure
- Any item not mentioned includes
Flamingo Bird Watching Safari Details
- Event Type - Birdwatching
- The number of days required is one
- Flamingo Bird walk grade is easy
- A located region near Thane, Airoli
- Flamingo Boat Safari and Bird watching walk around three hours
- Meeting point - We will share the map location for Airoli Creek Flamingo Sanctuary Entry gate
About Flamingo Boat Safari
Thane Creek Flamingo Sanctuary is located at Airoli Creek is a network of interconnected inlets in the shoreline adjacent to the Arabian Sea through which water from the Eastern Suburbs of Mumbai flow, primarily comprising Bhandup pumping Station and Airoli-Nahur Bridge.
The majority of the creek encompasses two sections. The westernmost part stretches from Ghodbunder to Thane. The more significant part is between Thane and Trombay (Uran). This large section is where the Ulhas River meets the Arabian Sea.
Thane Creek Flamingo Sanctuary
In the area of the Airoli Creek, the Great Indian Flamingo reserve is a vital area for migratory and wading birds, making it an ideal habitat for various avian species. The flamingos who remain here make this a perfect place to call home because of its perfect climate and ample food supply.
The area around the Airoli Creek has played host to some very notable bird species, including flamingos. Flamingos are tropical birds that move to warmer locations during winter, so, interestingly, they call this region home! The number of various migratory and wading birds inhabiting the coastal area is quite large, so there is always something new or unusual to see on any given day here.
The Maharashtra government has announced a range of land along the coastal region as a flamingo national park. The population of flamingos in the location known as the Thane Creek Flamingo Sanctuary is estimated as approximately 5,000 plus birds. It consists of 794 hectares of the water body and 896 hectares of mangrove forest area. Thane creek was created by a seismic fault that runs from Thane to Uran.