Gir National Park

Gir National Park is famous as the habitat of the Indian Lion, whose story is for kings and hunting, the pioneering efforts of the Bombay Natural History Society’s first conservationists, and of the appearance of the country’s post-Independence wildlife protection policies. The Asiatic Lion has been significant in the area for over two millennia, and the park has several designated tourist trails open to jeep safaris, for visitors to try and spot these regal cats, among its many attractions.

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