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If you book a cab from Sasangir To Ahmedabad, the journey of Ahmedabad from Sasangir via Rajkot is 396 km. There are many modes of transportation options available to travels from Sasangir To Ahmedabad. Government Buses, Private Buses, and Trains. But the fun of going by car cannot be found in the train, government bus, and the private bus. Somnath Travels Provides you, your friends or your family a Comfortable experience of Journey from Sasangir To Ahmedabad. So If you plan to for Sasangir To Ahmedabad Cab Booking or Ahmedabad to Sasangir Taxi Hire Somnath Travels is always there to serve you in a better way in all manner.

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Somnath Travels has experience of more than 12 years in Car Rental Business and Service. We have our own cars and offices in Somnath, Dwarka, Rajkot, Porbandar, Jamnagar, Junagadh, Diu, Sasan Gir, Ahmedabad, Bhuj, and Gandhidham. We do rental business. Like another operator, we don't do commission business. So rates will always be lower and in the budget with Somnath Travels. Somnath Travels provides services like Sasangir To Ahmedabad Taxi Rental, Sasangir To Ahmedabad Taxi Hire, Sasangir To Ahmedabad Taxi Booking, Sasangir To Ahmedabad Car Rental, Sasangir To Ahmedabad Car Hire, Sasangir To Ahmedabad Car Booking, Sasangir To Ahmedabad Cab Rental, Sasangir To Ahmedabad Cab Hire, Sasangir To Ahmedabad Cab Booking.

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About Sasangir, Gir National Park And Devaliya Park

Gir National Park is an ideal place for most of the Asian lions, and wildlife organisms, with the presence of the growing beautiful atmosphere and topography of this region, the area has really got its real significance. Gir National Park is also known as Sasan-Gir or Fall Forest, It is a forest and wildlife sanctuary in Gujarat, which was established in 1965. By covering the total area of 1412 sq. Km (about 258 sq km for the fully protected area (National Park) and 1153 km² for the sanctuary), 65 km in the southeast of Junagadh and 60 km southwest of Amreli Is located at a distance.

 History of Gir National Park Gir National Park Information

The area of the Gir National Park was once a hunting site during the time of British rule in India it was considered a matter of great pride. many kings and Maharajas of this region have hunted large numbers of tigers and lions. It was in the year 1899, the population of lions fell sharply with the effects of famine, and consequently the British officer Lord Curzon canceled his tour, who came for hunting at an invitation of the Nawabs of this region. The effects of famine were so great that Lord Curzon had advised residents of the region to save the remaining lions. In order to save more vulnerable acts like hunting, the Indian government banned the hunting process in the area in the year 1960 and today with the right reach of lions, this area is only available for a photo safari. Today the park is considered to be one of the most important protected areas in Asia due to its supported species. Fall is used by the unique ecosystem with different flora and fauna and is now considered to be one of the most important protected areas in Asia due to its unsupported species. Various initiatives and efforts by the Indian government and non-governmental organizations brought many changes in the population of Asiatic lions in the year. In 2005, the number of sharks in this year was 359, and again in April 2010, counting the number of Shero counted about 52 shorter hikes compared to the 2005 ratio. Since the establishment of the Falling National Park in the park and its surroundings in the lion breeding program, about 180 lions have been born in its conservation.

Except for Africa, Gir Forest National Park of Gujarat is the only place in the world where you can see the lions roaming in the open. This place is a major tourist attraction. You may have trouble seeing a tiger in Ranthambore or Carbate National Park but here you will face no problem in watching the lions. However, before booking, keep all the bookings in advance so that there is no problem in reaching there.

About Gir National Park

 Girnar is close to the Jungle Gir National Park. Certainly, when people are visiting the Girnar Hills, they can join the fall forest in their program. This is a national park reserved forest and is the only house for Asian lions. As the important species is preserved here, it is one of Asia's most important reserve forests. Here the ecosystem is quite diverse and seven rivers like Deer, Shetrunji, Dastardi, Shingoda, Fisherman, Godavari and Raval are constantly flowing. Various animals such as Asiatic lions, Jungle Cats, Indian Cheetahs, Sloth Bears, Striped Hyena, Ratels, Indian Cobras, Golden Jackal, Indian Palm Sivets, Indian Mangal and Desert Cats and various Cats such as Leaved Spotted Cats and Dzart Cat found here in this forest. Goes. Retractable animals such as monitor lizard, marsh crocodile, Indian star turtle can be seen here. Special rehabilitation programs fall for the breeding and upbringing of Asian lions.

How To Reach Gir National Park

Airway - Here is the nearest airport Diu which is about 110 km away from Sasan Gir but the connectivity of this airport is not good. You can reach Rajkot or Ahmedabad directly through the flight and then you can fall through the road.

Railroad- Junagadh and Veraval railway stations are closest to the fall, the distance from both of the falls is almost identical. Sasan fall from Junagadh is about 78 km away and besides you can reach Sasan Falls from Rajkot or Ahmedabad.

The roadway - Through the narrow road, is well connected to all the cities of Gujarat. Apart from this, the settled services are available from different cities of Gujarat till further reach and you can also reach by cab.

About Devaliya Park

Develia National Park is also known as 'Girarwar Sector', which is a carved area in the form of a specific eco-tourism locale, which is within a short time of other rare wild animals falling along with lions. And allows paying cheaper fees. It is just 15 KM from Gir National Park




Car Booking To Ahmedabad

Sasangir To Ahmedabad Car Rental

If you book a cab from Sasangir To Ahmedabad, the journey of Ahmedabad from Sasangir via Rajkot is 396 km. There are many modes of transportation options available to travels from Sasangir To Ahmedabad. Government Buses, Private Buses, and Trains. But the fun of going by car cannot be found in the train, government bus, and the private bus. Somnath Travels Provides you, your friends or your family a Comfortable experience of Journey from Sasangir To Ahmedabad. So If you plan to for Sasangir To Ahmedabad Cab Booking or Ahmedabad to Sasangir Taxi Hire Somnath Travels is always there to serve you in a better way in all manner.

Why Sasangir To Ahmedabad Cab only with Somnath Travels?

Somnath Travels has experience of more than 12 years in Car Rental Business and Service. We have our own cars and offices in Somnath, Dwarka, Rajkot, Porbandar, Jamnagar, Junagadh, Diu, Sasan Gir, Ahmedabad, Bhuj, and Gandhidham. We do rental business. Like another operator, we don't do commission business. So rates will always be lower and in the budget with Somnath Travels. Somnath Travels provides services like Sasangir To Ahmedabad Taxi Rental, Sasangir To Ahmedabad Taxi Hire, Sasangir To Ahmedabad Taxi Booking, Sasangir To Ahmedabad Car Rental, Sasangir To Ahmedabad Car Hire, Sasangir To Ahmedabad Car Booking, Sasangir To Ahmedabad Cab Rental, Sasangir To Ahmedabad Cab Hire, Sasangir To Ahmedabad Cab Booking.

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About Ahmedabad City

Gujarat is a very famous state in India. Gujarat has many famous, archeological, anthropological, architectural, historical, sociological cities. Ahmedabad is one of them. Ahmedabad is also the 6th biggest city of India after Kolkatta, Mumbai, Delhi Chennai and some other. As per its name, Ahmedabad was founded in 1411 AD by Sultan Ahmad Shah. An exciting combination of traditions and modernism The city is located on the bank of Sabarmati river with a population of six million. The city was also known as  Manchester of India for its textile industries but in the last fifteen years, Government policies have ruined all. The typical Gujarati name of this city is Aamdavad. Government tries to change the name to Karnavati but the people of the world get more taste while speaking Ahmedabad instead of Karnavati.

Gujarati is literally mad about celebrating each and every festival with Excitement and enthusiasm. Uttarayan, Navratri, Diwali, Holi, and Jagannath Yatra are celebrated with great Excitement and enthusiasm in entire Ahmedabad by all communities. Ahmedabad is one of the hubs for business in Gujarat state. Thousands of people from all over the world visit this place every day for business purposes in compare to than for tourist activities. But there are many historical places worth visiting in Ahmedabad.

Main Important Local Places To Visit In Ahmedabad

Ahmedabad has many historical places checkout some most important places you can visit while you visit Ahmedabad.

The Jumma Masjid or Jama Masjid:

Jumma Masjid is located on one of the most crowded streets known as Mahatma Gandhi Road in Ahmedabad. The monumnetisone of the best architectural building found in the city was built around 650 years before. Founder of City Ahmed Shah has built this mosque especially for Friday prayers and it has about 260 pillars.

Siddi Sayed Mosque or Sidhi Sayed Ki Jali

This mosque was built in 1573 and it is the last mosque built during the Mughal period in Ahmedabad. On the western side of the mosque, there is found work of stone meshwork which is famous all over the world. A tree has been pictured by carving and digging out of the premises outside the premises which reflects the specificity of the craftsmanship of that period. It is situated in the busiest area of the city, and certainly, the tourist will experience peace and its mind will be satisfied.

Sabarmati Ashram

Sabarmati Ashram is the place of India where the Father of the Nation used to be Bapu. Staying here, Mahatma Gandhi fights to give a new era to the country. Sabarmati Ashram is also known as Gandhi Ashram or Satyagraha Ashram. This Ashram is main attraction Ahmedabad for Gandhi lovers which are about 4 miles away from the Sabarmati river. Gandhi stayed here 12 years with his Kasturba.

Sarkhej Roja

Sarkhej Roja is one of the most important Monument in Ahmedabad Gujarat, in which many mosques, tombs, and palaces are located. Sarkhej Roja is located at a distance of 7 km from the main city Ahmedabad in Sarkhej.  Construction of this monument was started by Sultan Mohammed Shah, later it was completed by Qutubuddin Ahmed Shah. It is established by Mahmud Begada. On the death of Sheikh Ahmed Khattu Ganj Baksh, a Sufi saint, Sultan Muhammad Shah built a mosque and also constructed a tomb in his memory. Later, Mehmood Begada expanded this campus and included a summer palace. Apart from this, there is also a center tank, a building pavilion, a small private mosque, in this complex, later the ruler had built his son and his queen's tomb. The specialty of this building is that it is made in an Islamic way and it also finds a mix of Hindu and Jain style, as is seen in other monuments less. The dome, pillars, and brackets here are made in Islamic style whereas the ornamentation is made in the Hindu style. In most of the structures, there is no arch in the structures, but many designs of stones can be seen.

Teen Darwaja

The three-door is located in Ahmedabad on the east side of the fort of Bhadra. This gateway leads to Ahmad Shah's palace's vast field. This path was magnificent in the past and the king's ride was excavated from here. The route connected by this gateway is 17 feet long and 13 feet wide. This place is equipped with artistic crafts architecture. The highway may have been in the east but this place appears to be very small in view of the magnificence of Ahmedabad at the moment. Immediately after the establishment of the city of Ahmedabad, Ahmed Shah built this three-door entrance. It was constructed from 1414 to 1415th century of Evison's, in 1459 Muhammad was exposed to war with 300 uncles of 300 horses and 30 thousand soldiers and this army was pulled out of this gateway. He was welcomed along with both the elephants and the royal music of the time. This war happened with the Maratha warlords.

Shah Alam Roza

Burhanuddin Qutb al-Alam is also known as Hazrat's son and successor Syed Sirajuddin Muhammad, also known as King Shah E. Alam of the world. His father, Sheikh Burhanuddin, also known as Qutub-e-Alam, is forbidden Saeed Jalal was the grandson of Uddin Hussaini Bukhari, also known as Makhdum Jahaniya Jahan Gasht.  Located on the outskirts of Ahmedabad, during the reign of Ahmad Shah I, in the fifteenth century During the beginning they reached Gujarat.

There are also some more important places in Ahmedabad to visit like  Kankaria Lake, Jain-Temple, Nalsarovar-Bird-Sanctuary, Akshardham Temple, Adlaj-Stepwell, Lothal, Manek-Chowk, and The-Calico-Museum.

 

Mode Of Transportation

Railway Station: Kalupur Railway Station, Maninagar, Sabarmati,

Airport: Sardar Vallabhbhai Patel International Airport

Bus Stand: Central Bus Stand Ahmedabad

Best Time to Visit Ahmedabad

Ahmedabad is nice during the winter season. The min temperature is 5-degree max temperature is near about 20 degrees. So, if you are planning a trip to Ahmedabad with family, friends or alone, prefer the period between October and March.