Tuesday, 15 July 2014

Enjoy An Exciting Jeep Safari In Gir

Asiatic Lions in Sasan Gir National Park
A large number of curious tourists make a trip to Gir National Park every year to watch the Asiatic Lions in action. This is the only place where they can witness these animals in their natural surrounding. Owing to the conservation efforts undertaken by the authorities, they have been saved from extinction. The Gir Forest National Park and Wildlife Sanctuary is located in the Indian state, Gujarat, and is close to Somnath. There are many other attractions in Gir other than the Asiatic Lions.

Jeep safaris are the best way to watch the wild animals of Gir National Park closely. This wildlife sanctuary opens for visitors from mid-October till mid-June, while the Interpretation Zone is one of the fantastic places to visit in Gir and is open throughout the year for tourists. Visitors can also click some excellent snaps of their favourite birds and animals during their jeep safaris. Unlike the other wildlife reserves of India, elephants or canters are not used for safaris in Gir. Jeeps and guides for the wildlife safaris are made available by the Forest Department. Watching the Lions in their natural habitat from the jeep's open roof would be a truly memorable experience for Gir's tourists.
Jeep Safari In Gir

Tourists visiting Gir National Park would need a comfortable place to stay during their vacation spent in this region. There are some great resorts located close to the wildlife reserve, which provide well-furnished rooms and family suites. Comfortable air-conditioning, LCD television, tea-coffee maker and an excellent room service are some of the facilities that a popular Gir forest resort provides. Such resorts also have additional amenities like a swimming pool, Steam and Sauna bath, travel desk and taxi services for sightseeing and airport transfers. Multi-cuisine restaurants in them create a perfect atmosphere for dining and serve mouth-watering local as well as other popular delicacies.

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