Lion & The Rann of Kutch
7 Days / 6 Nights
Places to Visit:-
Delhi - Ahmedabad - Bhavnagar - Gir - Zainabad - Ahmedabad
- Delhi or Mumbai
lions that figure in the stories off the Bible and ranged through Persia to
North of India are now confined to a tiny pocket in the Saurashtrian Peninsula
in Western India.
Called the Asiatic Lion, little more than two hundred of these magnificent animals
survive in the 300 sq. km. Of Gir National Park. Their numbers have recouped
from about 20 in 1913 to present level after the Nawabs of Junagarh initiated
Gir also has a large population of Leopards that are more easily seen here than
elsewhere. Also to be seen are Samber, Chital, Chinkara, Chousingha, Nilgai
and wild boar.
North of Gir is the little Rann of Kutch where the last stand of wild asses
survive numbering over 1000. They are found in herds of 30 or so and are capable
of with standing great dehydration. This is also a guest place for Cranes, flamingoes
and lots of other birds found in large numbers.
Delhi / Ahmedabad / Bhandavgar
Fly to Ahmedabad and drive to Bhavnagar enroute visiting Veladadar sanctuary
for Black bucks.
Bhandavgar / Gir
to Gir and evening excursion into the Park.
Morning and afternoon Jungle excursion in the Park .
Morning and afternoon Jungle excursion in the Park.
Gir / Zainabad
Drive to Zainabad in the Little Rann of Kutch , Evening excursion to the
Rann of Kutch.
Full-day excursion to the Rann of Kutch.
Zainabad / Ahmedabad / Delhi or Mumbai
Drive to Ahmedabad and fly to Delhi OR Mumbai.
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