Located in the Great Nicobar Biosphere Reserve, the Campbell Bay National Park is spread around a 426 square kilometer area in the Andaman & Nicobar region. It consists of a sprawling vegetation of tropical and mangrove forests on the northern parts of the Great Nicobar Island of the archipelago. This park is one of the most popular tourist attractions of this region and a well-known National Park in India since 1992.
The flora of the Campbell Bay National Park is made up of tropical evergreen forests, tree ferns, various types of orchids and flowering plants which come alive in the spring season. This forest is the most wonderful sight when the plants are in full bloom, making a visit between the months of March and October as the most ideal time for visiting the Campbell Bay National Park. This place is also a great place for bird watching, and for which special watch towers are erected in the forest.
The fauna of this region mostly consists of the Nicobar Pigeon, Megopode, Giant Robber Crab and the Crab Eating Macaque. One needs to arrive at Port Blair
by ship of air from Kolkata or Vishakhapatnam in order to visit the Campbell Bay National Park. It is an easy distance from the capital city of Port Blair from where regular ferry services are available for coming to the National Park. Apart from the private hotels & resorts located around this region, you can also find forest department lodges & accommodations for the visitors coming to the Campbell Bay National Park.