Jungle Highlights: Asiatic Lion, Leopard, Chowsingh
Due to its supported species, established in 1965, Gir is one of the most important protected areas in Asia. Spreaded over 1412 square-mile the Gir National Park evolved as an effort to conserve the Asiatic lion from poaching and hunting. Placed in the southwest of Gujarat, Gir National Park is gifted with low hills and the green vegetation this perfect home is the only place where you can see Asiatic Lions after Africa. Apart from the majestic lions, you can find here many rare animal species and colourful birds.
Major wildlife attractions in Gir National Park A distinct belt of vegetation Species like Jambu, Karanj, Umro, Vad, Kalam, Charal, Sirus and Amli are mainly have created this forest. These trees are mostly evergreen. They have created giving the area a cool shade and the moisture, perfect for the royal beast.