The Campbell Bay National Park, Andaman and Nicobar is one of the popular tourist attractions in Andaman and Nicobar. It ranks among the well known national parks in India. The national park is located in the Great Nicobar Island of the archipelago.
The Campbell Bay National Park in Andaman and Nicobar is a part of the Great Nicobar Biosphere Reserve. It was made into a national park in the year 1992. The park is spread over an area of around 426 square kilometers and has a sprawling vegetation of tropical and mangrove forests.
The Campbell Bay National Park, National Park also consists of various types of orchid and flowering plants. In the spring season, the forest is a wonderful sight as the plants are in full bloom. The forest is an ideal place for bird watching. Travelers can watch various species of birds from the watch towers in the forest. There are also various types of animals that are found in the national park like Nicobar pigeon, megopode, giant robber crab and crab eating macaque.
The ideal time for coming to the Campbell Bay National Park, Andaman and Nicobar is between the months of March and October when one can feel the real beauty of nature. There are some lodges and wildlife resorts in the area where one can stay.
The Campbell Bay National Park can also be reached. It is at an easy distance from the capital city of Port Blair. Ferry services are available for going to the national park.