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Sasan Gir National Park

Asiatic LionEstablished as a forest reserve on September 18, 1965, the Sasangir National Park was aimed to conserve the dwindling population of the Asiatic Lion. The park sprawls over a huge area of 2,450 hectares and forms a prominent part of the Junagarh District in the state of Gujarat. The forest reserve acquired the status of a national park in the year 1975. Today, the Sasangir National Park has the distinction of being the only refuge of the Asiatic Lion, outside African continent. The national park comprises hilly terrain crisscrossed by an intricate maze of rivers.

Best Time : December to March
Entry Fee : Rs 30 (Indians)/ Rs 200 (Foreigners)
Wildlife Species in the Park
Jungle Bush QuailApart from the African continent, the Sasangir National Park is the only place to harbour the highly endangered species of Asiatic Lion. This exotic species of lion invites hordes and hordes of travellers and wildlife lovers to the park. Males spend much of their time snoozing whereas it’s the female which performs the real job – stalking, hunting and cub raising.

Other animals that can be spotted in the jungles of Gir include leopard, chital, chinkara, nilgai, wild boar, antelope, spotted deer, wild ass, Indian gazelle, jackal, common langur and striped hyena among others. Not only these, the Sasangir National Park aslo boasts to shelter around 200 species of birds. Most commonly sighted avian species include peafowl, grey partridge, Bonelli’s eagle, crested serpent eagle, jungle bush quail, painted sandgrouse, dove etc.
What else to see and do?
Nalsarovar Lake
Travel (Air/Rail/Road) Information
Located at a distance of 86 km, Keshod is the closest airport from the national park. Gujarat Airways flies regular flights between Keshod and Mumbai. Ahmedabad is the nearest railhead, connecting to different important destinations of the country. By road, the Sasangir National Park can be easily accessed from Ahmedabad via Rajkot, Junagarh and Mendarda.
Wildlife Lodges/Resorts
Wonderfully surrounded by the forests of Gir, these jungle lodges come along with all the basic modern furnishings and amenities. Choose your option and make your stay wilder.

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