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Gir Lion Sanctuary:

Gir is one of India’s oldest sanctuaries, and is synonymous with the majestic Asiatic lion (Panthera leo persica). The only place in India to see this animal, this park can take legitimate pride in saving an endangered species, which was at the threshold of extinction in the start of the twenty-first century, by providing it a more secured habitat. The Gir ecosystem falls in Biogeography Zone-4 (the semi-arid) and Biogeography Province 4-B. Gujarat Rajwara is the last remaining abode of the Asiatic Lion, Panthera leo persica. The Government of Gujarat has declared an area of 1412.1sq km as Protected Area (PA) which comprises 258.7sq km as National Park and 1153.4sq km as Sanctuary. Besides this 470.5sq km of forest area forms a buffer Zone as reserve, protected and unclassified forest. Thus, a total area of 1882.6sq km makes up the Gir forest.


For over 150 years, Asiatic lions have remained confined only to Gir after the Nawab of Junagadh took strong conservation measures to protect them, leading to a growth in the lion population. Even today, thanks to the people who live in this area, Gir is one of the best conservation stories in the world. The number of Asiatic lion has increased to 411 in the area according to census conducted in 2010. As per the new statics of 2015, the entire Saurashtra Region is inhabited by 523 Lions and more than 300 Leopards.

The main carnivore’s population of the park includes:

Asiatic Lion


Sambhar Deer

Spotted deer (Chital)

Four horned Antelope


Striped hyena

Indian Fox

Grey mongoose

Other species include wild pigs, hares and rodents typical of the savannah type grasslands and thorn scrubs.

Among birds, the exotic flora of Gir National Park gives shelter to more than 200 species of birds and moreover the sanctuary has been declared an important bird area by the Indian Bird Conservation Network. Gir is also habitat of raptors like critically endangered white-backed and long-billed vultures.

Region                         Sasan, Saurashtra

No of Days                   Ex – Rajkot      03 Days

Grade                          Jungle Safari Easy

Type                            Wildlife Forest Safari’s






Day 1

Rajkot – Gir Evening Safari



Day 2

Morning and Evening Safari



Day 3

Gir – Rajkot | Drop




Day 1

Rajkot - Gir

After reaching Rajkot station, meet our representative and transfer to vehicle for drive to Gir (3hr road journey with one halt). Reach by afternoon 12pm & check in to the resort. Lunch will be served and get ready for your first jungle safari in the Dry forest of Gir. The greenery & lush rich biodiversity of the forest will make you feel rejoiced. If you are sharing jeep with our wildlife expert you probably might end up having a good jungle talk and knowledgeable safari. Keep your Binocs, camera & eyes wide open to look out for birds, mammals, etc. around. Return for evening tea with a sit out discussing days sighting and QNA session.

Day 2

Morning | Evening Safari

With an early wake up call, have a quick tea cup and head out for safari number 2, this time from a different safari track and zone. The forest has different gifts in different corners. We look out for the big cat and also enjoy birding which is an active part in the morning time. There are high chances of sighting big cats early morning as their walking activity is high for hunting & territory marking. Return for breakfast and relax until Lunch. Post lunch enjoy the 3rd safari (we have 3 beautiful chances to spot the big cats and the other elusive animals of the forest – Be patient & vigilant). Return in the evening for tea and discussing sighting. List out number of birds you spotted while in all 3 safaris, don’t miss the colourful feathers. Dinner and day off

Day 3

Gir – Rajkot

Rise for a last safari in the Gir National Park, a final chance to soak in the beauty of Gir. Forests always leave you wanting for more so that you visit again and again. Return to resort for breakfast by 09:30am. Post breakfast check out and drive to Rajkot. Drop at Railway station/Airport. Collect your train tickets from the Tour leader and board train back to Mumbai.

  • Accommodation on twin sharing basis 
  • Transfers by AC Vehicle. (Rajkot – Sasan | Sasan – Rajkot)
  • Meals as per mentioned in the itinerary.
  • Safari charges, forest permits, guide charges.
  • Safari gypsy on 6 Sharing
  • Guide for Safari
  • Wildlife documentaries at hotel
  • 4 Jungle Safaris
  • Professional Wildlife naturalist Host for the experience
  • GST 5%
  • Convenience fee
  • Return 3 tier AC train ticket from Mumbai (Ex Mumbai option)**
  • Additional / personal use of vehicle.
  • Extended stay due to weather conditions or any situation not in human control.
  • Any personal expenses, room service and special orders, mineral waters, non-alcoholic beverages, tips, phone calls, laundry etc.
  • Any extra excursions or sightseeing apart from the above specified itinerary.
  • Cost incidental to any change in the itinerary due to bad weather, ill health, roadblocks and/or any factors beyond control.
  • Camera fees.
  • Airfare/Train fare (Ex Rajkot option)** 
  • Anything Specifically NOT mentioned in includes.

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