508, Arizona Heights, Near Hotel Hyatt Regency, Ashram Road, Ahmedabad, Gujarat, India.
Sasan gir is notable as the only territory left of the asiatic lion in India. The 1412 sq km gir wild life hold contains deciduous backwoods, evergreen and semi evergreen vegetation, thorn bushes and prairies. Sasan gir likewise has an enormous panther populace. The haven likewise has a blasting populace of sambar and spotted deer, chinkara gazelle, nilgai and chowsingha, the world's just four-horned eland. Winged animals can seen while visit to haven. In sasan gir we can see appealing flying creatures like the asian heaven flycatcher, painted sand grouse, tree pie, hoopoe, and so on. Crocodiles are seen at repository and at waterways moving through the asylum. Asiatic lions are less agreeable than their african partners and vary in appearance by having shorter manes and a conspicuous overlay of skin on the underside. Sasan gir lions are simply ruthless, failing to feed off carcass as do african lions. As 350 lions and in excess of 300 panthers has been included in sasan gir during the last registration. The best time to visits the haven is from november to april and it's shut from mid june to mid october.