Campbell Bay is an important village in Nicobar of Andaman and Nicobar Island and the village is famous for Indira Point the southern point of India. Another feature of the bay is the popular Campbell Bay National Park which is a part of Great Nicobar Biosphere Reserve. The northern part of Great Nicobar, about 426 sq.km is the wide national park which is a haven for thick tropical evergreen forest, orchids, ferns, crab eating macaque, megapode, Nicobar pigeon etc.
The park is lulled by the basin side of Glatiya River. Recently, the village has witnessed the opening of INS Baaz, India’s southernmost naval air station and with this India has acquired ability to have hawk-like attention on the crucial maritime channel, the famous Strait of Malacca.
Highlights: The highlight of the village is the wide national park which is reserved for the betterment of wildlife and rich type of flowering plants and orchids. The extensive mangrove forests found in the park add extra beauty to the exciting appeal of the park and its surroundings and the park was established in 1992.
Activities: Visit the national park to spot the rarest of rare animals and plants along with enjoying the nature walk through the thick tropical forests and ferns.
Distance from Port Blair: 529 kms is the distance between Port Blair and Campbell Bay and one can use the helicopter service from Port Blair to reach the island located in the Nicobar region. The Inter Island boat service from Port Blair is also available that goes through Little Andaman, Car Nicobar and Nancowry to reach Campbell Bay. MV Campbell Bay, a ship vessel of the Government transports once in a week from Port Blair and will take the travelers to the bay in 24 hours.
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