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Gir National Park

Gir National Park

Established in 1995 the Sasan Gir or the Girvan Forest is one of the most renowned national parks in the world located 65 km to the south-east of Junagadh in Gujarat. The prime attractions of this reserve are the Asiatic Lions which can now only be found in this place. Initially there were only 15 lions when the rehabilitation started. In 2001, the population grew to 338 and the census held in 2010 documented the lion count upto 411.

The Sasan Gir has a diverse flora including more than 400 plant species. The national park is primarily bumpy and has dry deciduous sort backwoods. Teak, Acacia, Jamun and Dhak trees govern the scenes of the untamed national reserve. Gir also has about 38 species of mammals. This include panther, leopard, hyena, Indian Deer, sambar, blue bull, four-horned antelope, bear, spotted deer, desert cat, and rusty-spotted deer.

Best time to Plan your tour for Sasan Gir:
The Protected Area is shut down for the explorers between the months of June and October. The best climate is amid the months of December to March however for getting the best perspective of the untamed life of the creatures, including lions, the apt time to visit is during the months of April to May as the temperature is hot and creatures keep turning out on their quest of water.


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