There’s more to Goa’s wild-life than beach parties. Grab your camera and head out into the mangrove-lined Cumbharjua Canal to meet the very scary Indian marsh crocodiles on this adventurous boat safari.
Accompanied by a Naturalist, you will spot a wide variety of birds including osprey, black capped kingfisher, white bellied sea eagle, stork billed kingfisher and lots more. Plus learn a lot about Goa’s mangrove habitat, and it’s famous marsh crocs.
Return Transport by Car
2.5 hours Bird and Crocodile Safari in passenger boat
Guided tour with a Naturalist
Pick up and Drop will be provided from Hotels in Calangute, Baga, Arpora, Nagoa, Candolim, Sinquerim and Nerul area. Transport required in areas other than mentioned above will be charged extra.
Beverages are not included in the package.
Please carry your own photography kit. Crocodile and bird sightings cannot be guaranteed.
Age Limit: Participants must be 5 years of age or older
Physical Requirements: Participants should be able to walk comfortably without any support
Cancellation Policy: 10% if cancelled more than 4 days in advance
35% if cancelled three days in advance
60% if cancelled two days in advance
100% if cancelled one day prior to booking or on the same day
Reschedule Policy: One change of date permitted with a minimum of 6 days notice BEFORE the start date of the Experience. New date must be chosen at time of rescheduling.
Pick your slot
You can choose between the 8:30 am and 2:30 pm trip. Your trip starts from the Cortalim Ferry Terminal
On the water
A 12-seater passenger boat takes you for the safari on the River Zuari going further into the mangrove-lined Cumbharjua Canal.
Your guide will help you spot several species of birds, some very rare.
You can also spot the Indian Marsh Crocodile basking in the sun. Forget to get your camera and you might feel like throwing yourself into the river.
Your trip ends at the Cortalim Ferry Terminal as well.
While we can’t really guarantee crocodile or bird sightings, the guides will take you to the places where you are most likely to find them.
Yes, the experienced guides will ensure that the activity is safe, besides, even though crocodiles look ferocious they are infact very timid creatures.