Andaman's Bird Island, also known as Chidiya tapu, is a carpet of lush mangrove forests that are home to a variety of bird species. This eco-park is located on the southernmost tip of the South Andaman Island, 28 kilometres from Port Blair, the archipelago's capital. Buses run frequently between Port Blair and Chidiya Tapu. This location is known for its picnic sites, hiking paths, and spectacular sunset views in addition to being a birding paradise.
Chidiya tapu's ecological park, with its rich and diverse flora and animals, is also a must-see. Sunset Point is one of Chidiya tapu's most popular attractions. You may enjoy spectacular views of the setting sun as it descends into the vast Bay of Bengal from here. Chidiya tapu also has a small zoo worth seeing.
Most people are unaware that the Andaman and Nicobar Islands are a trekker's paradise. While the Andaman Islands' beaches are well-known among travellers, few people come here to hike. The trip to Munda Pahad from Chidiya Tapu is one of the easiest and most accessible hikes in the Andaman Islands. This trail, located south of Port Blair, is the most popular for hiking and birdwatching. The journey up Mount Harriet from ChidiyaTapu is often regarded as the best trail for bird watching and photography.