Spotting Asiatic Lions in India at Gir National Park
Asiatic Lions are a unique breed special to the Indian Subcontinent. Great conservation efforts have been in place over the last decade to revive the declining population. They flourish in India's Gir National Park and are a wonderful sighting experience especially with new cubs as the families grow.
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Where to stay
The Postcard Gir Wildlife Sanctuary
Fifteen ultra-private rooms dot this luxurious resort, a serene refuge amid lush mango orchards and wild forest.
Aramness Gir National Park
This authentic, elegant safari lodge on the edge of Sasan Gir National Park is a celbration of all things local.
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Things to do
The morning and afternoon safaris are the centre of the experience. Our hotels have some of the best naturalists in the region who understand the lion population, their movements and stories behind the pride.
A fantastic experience at the Postcard Gir is a walking nature trail as well as a story telling experience with one of the members of the Maldhari tribes who coexist with the lions in the middle of the forest.
Places to eat & drink
All meals are at the lodges as most of them are all inclusive packages.
The Postcard Gir Wildlife Sanctuary is particularly known for its farm-to-table, fresh & local cuisine.
Need to Know
Gir National Park can be easily added to an India itinerary or done as a weekend or longer trip in India.
Looking for more inspiration on India? Read my guide to India's Andaman and Nicobar Islands.
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