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Gir National Park is 64 kilometers from the city of Junagadh and 32 kilometers from Verawal. It is located in the city of Gurajat. The park has a total land area of 1,412.14 sq. kilometers. Its lion sanctuary measures 141,213 hectares while the main area of the national park is 35,948 hectares. Aside from being a national park, Gir is also a wildlife sanctuary. It was established in September 18, 1965 as a forest reserve in order to protect the world famous Asiatic lion.

The land coverage area has a status of being a national park even at only 2,450 hectares. In addition, it lies within the district of Junagadh in Gurajat. It is about 65 kilometers from the southeastern portion of the Junagadh city and about 90 kilometers from the eastern portion of the Keshod Airport in Saurashtra or Kathiawar Peninsula.

The forest rest house of Sasa is the main headquarters of the sanctuary. It is filled with varieties of deciduous type such as teak, flame of the forest, ber and jamun as well as types of acacias like babul. The road that leads to the attraction is hilly with a lot of rivers. Moreover, this national park offers its visitors pleasant and long drives throughout the forest cover.

The park's main wildlife attraction is the Asiatic lion. This site is the only lasting habitat of this species that has been residing in the park's forest since the year 1884. An estimated 239 of this breed had been reported to live in this area since 1885. They are slightly smaller in appearance than their African counterparts though the largest male lions of this park are still a wonderful sight to see.

An ideal way to spot these lions is either at dusk or at dawn for it is their time to hunt for food. In addition, the Department of Forest arranges lion shows on Sundays wherein the audience can watch how lions hunt for their food. The audience can also see these animals in close range.

Tourist Spots in Gir National Park

This park has a vast history and folklore. It takes pride of its antique temples such as the Tulsishyam and Kankai Mata as well as its place of pilgrimage along with hot springs. Moreover, the park's forest is popular for the Madharis or the cattle herders wherein the buffalos form a significant part in the diet of the lions. They are extremely hospitable and their lifestyle hardly changed throughout the years. In addition, the tradition and folklore of the Madharis contains a unique proof of coexistence between lions and humans.

Viewing or sighting wildlife in this national park is ideally done when driving around the grounds of the forest. The best routes from Sasan are to Kankai and Baval Chowk as well as to Tulsishyam and Chodavdi as well as to the dm of Kamaleshwar. A jeep is definitely more appropriate than a sturdy car so that it can protect you from any harm.

There are 3 unusual reserves in the area. One of these is the Nalsarovar Lake and Sanctuary, home to numerous water birds. The Little Ran of Kutch is the second one, the home of the wild ass Indian. The third one is the Flamingo Island, also the last remarkable reserve in the area often referred to as the virtual haven of wildlife buffs on Gurajat State.

Car Booking To Diu

Up until a year prior, Diu was moderately obscure past the inhabitants of Gujarat, who frequented it on weekends. It is a long way from being known as a flourishing tourist destination. Diu, a significant portion of Daman and Diu - a Union Territory, is a little island close to the shoreline of Gujarat. What's more, Daman and Diu aren't just one spot. Truth be told, they are more than 600 kms away from each other. Diu has been prominent for a considerable length of time among the general population of Gujarat, less for its calm shorelines or old places of worship and fortification, yet more for the simple access to liquor, which is generally banned in the rest of Gujarat state.

Tranquil, delightful and scenic, this wind-cleared island, which lies concealed from any real town or city, is unique; a brief time in Diu and you understand this unquestionably is not the general kind of holiday destination. The climate is non-touristy, no touts, clean shorelines, clean roads, great food, modest wine etc. together define the city. Both, the spot and its pace are wonderful and unquestionably laid back. This rolls out for a reviving improvement! Does one need more from an ideal holiday destination? A majority of people wind up staying longer than arranged!

Diu was a Portuguese Colony since 1539, even after the British had left in 1947 it proceeded under Portuguese control until it was freed in 1961. The spot still holds a particular essence of the past era subsequent to having been keep running on remote control from far away Goa and Lisbon for about four centuries. Diu, scarcely 36 sq. km in size, is currently a union domain called 'Daman and Diu' and further governed directly by Delhi!

In spite of the fact that numerous guests envision that they'll locate a microcosmic rendition of Goa, which was the seat of Portugal's Indian realm, refracted through an energetic Gujarati lens, Diu is considerably more laidback than India's most loved holiday destination. There are no rave parties here or chic beachside bars, no extraordinary night-markets or Russian mafia wears.

The fact that Diu is situated far-off from any mainland Indian city has inoculated Diu against the mindless modernization fever that has contaminated whatever remains of the nation. Therefore, it's a delight to every novice history enthusiast. It offers the chance to investigate the best-protected Portuguese town format in India. Walking around the island's winding paths and calm squares at nightfall teleports you straight into the pages of the seventeenth-century travelog. While you are here, tourist attractions that immediately snatch the attention are Diu Fort, St. Francis of Assisi - the night mass held each Saturday 6:30 onwards is an unquestionable requirement go to, St. Paul's Church, Gangeshwar Temple, Naida Caves, Sea Shell Museum, INS Khukri Memorial, Nagoa Beach, Bandar Chowk, Gomti Beach, Jallandhar Beach, and so on. Also, Somnath, a very adored Hindu pilgrimage is in close nearness to Diu, and travelers frequently visit the religious site. Besides, is a simple availability of Somnath to Diu taxi and the other way around.