"Pichaam, recorded as world's second biggest mangrove backwoods, is a characteristic fortune trove in South India. It sprawls over a region of around 2800 sections of land, close Chidambaram in the locale of Cuddalore. Hypnotizing backwaters beauty this place vastly, making it a well known eco-tourism spot and an unmissable fascination.
Framed by the Vellar River and Coleroon River, the stunning backwaters offer plenteous degree for water sports like paddling, paddling and kayaking.
Trenches, shorelines, islands, unlimited waters and sheer wild make Pichaam a definitive goal for an extraordinary bold occasion. To discover nature in its most tasteful frame, take a voyage through the Pichaam Backwaters. While going through backwoods in a pontoon, you can get look at an assortment of fascinating and indigenous winged animals.
Up until this point, around 177 types of winged creatures have been seen in the mangrove backwoods, inferable from the nearness of channels, ravines, rivulets, mud pads and different types of natural surroundings. The state tourism office works vessel administrations for guests, wherein the two speedboats and rowboats are accessible on lease. "