Gir Jungle Safari
Gir is the only home in India for nearly 300 Asiatic Lions. The Gir National Park lies in the Gujarat peninsula in South- Western India. The terrain is rugged with low hills and the vegetation is mixed deciduous, with stands of Teak, Acacia, Jamun, Tendu and Dhak trees, interspersed with large patches of grasslands. The trees on the hills are sparse and stunted. Gir National Park & Wildlife Sanctuary is a 1412 sq. kms hilly tract of dry deciduous forests, acacia scrub, evergreen and semi-evergreen flora and grasslands, fed by rivers and streams.
Camp Date :
|1||16th Oct.2017||19th Oct.2017|
|2||22nd Oct.2017||25th Oct.2017|
|3||26th Oct.2017||29th Oct.2017|
|4||3rd Nov.2017||6th Nov.2017|
|5||7th Nov.2017||10th Nov.2017|
|6||14th Nov.2017||17th Nov 2017|
|7||18th Nov.2017||21st Nov 2017|
|8||22nd Nov.2017||25th Nov 2017|
Camp Charge Includes :
inclusive of accommodation, travelling from Gujarat to Gujarat and service tax. All the charges are per person.
Please fill up the registration form and pay half amount in Advance. Registration is done on first come first served basis.
Cheques or DD should be in favour of REBIRTH ADVENTURE, payable at PALANPUR only.
|Before 20 days||40%|
|Under 20 days||No Refund|
*Cancellation charges will be applicable on total Programme cost. Please note that the booking is not transferable. Please bring original receipt for claiming the refund
Activities: Jungle Safari, Nature trails, Bird watching, Tree identification, Fyling fox, Vertical ladder, Group games and Campfire.
Camp Accommodation: Six participants will share one alpine tent , seperate for Girls and Boys. Western toilets & bathrooms.
Welcome to Sasan Gir at "Rebirth" Campsite & Tent Distribution. After Lunch Departure for Wild-Life Safari at Devalia park
GIR INTERPRETATION ZONE – DEVALIA
Devalia Safari Park also known as Gir Interpretation Zone – Devalia, is the establishment of particular eco-tourism zone to reduce overload of tourists from Gir Forest Visit and to provide whole wildlife of Gir at single place in safe habitats. This Interpretation Zone comprises of 412 ha chain link fenced area which is regarded as ‘Gir in a nutshell’ covering all habitat types and wildlife of Gir. The basic aim of creating this facility is to provide an opportunity of viewing lions and other animals in their natural habitat within a short period of time at cheaper rates. There are animals like Asiatic lions, Leopards, Blue Bull, Sambhar, Chital, Jackal, Black buck, Wild Boar etc. The presence of Savana habitat and other flora is also another attraction of the area. Many rare birds including Peafowl and vultures are common in the Devalia..
After Breakfast departure for Kankai Mata ( Middle of Wildlife sanctuary ) & JamjirWaterfall with pack lunch (Transportation – Jeep / Riksha / Chhakda )
Sasan Gir Kankai Mata Temple & Jamjir Waterfall
This is Temple of “Shree Kankeshwari Mataji”also known as “ Kankai Mata” . It is situated near Bank or River Shingoda .Located in the heart of Gir Forest. There are chances of lions & other Animals to come in the Way. Government has tightened rules of entrance & exit.
After Breakfast departure for Banej ( Dance Wildlife – Forest Area ) with pack lunch (Transportation – Jeep / Riksha / Chhakda ) Adventure Activities at Free time
Sasan Gir Banej
There is a place near called “ Banej” . Ther is saying that Banej Temple was made thousands of years ago by pandavas. There is is a story that Arjun has made a hole using Bow-arrow. From hole made by Arjun a flow of water comes. If we go to Kankai Banej we have to take care of some rules. We can go in any travelling means which is closed from all side. There are chances of lions & other Animals to come in the Way.
Gypsy Safari in Forest reserve at Sasan Gir / Adventure Activities & safari to vishavadar (Transportation – Jeep / Riksha / Chhakda )
Gir Jungle Trail
Gir is one of India’s oldest sanctuaries, and is synonymous with the majestic Asiatic lion (Panthera leo persica). The only place in India to see this animal, this park can take legitimate pride in saving an endangered species, which was at the threshold of extinction in the start of the twenty-first century, by providing it a more secured habitat. The Gir ecosystem falls in Biogeography Zone-4 (the semi arid) and Biogeography Province 4-B. Gujarat Rajwara is the last remaining abode of the Asiatic Lion, Panthera leo persica. The Government of Gujarat has declared an area of 1412.1 sq km as Protected Area (PA) which comprises 258.7 sq km as National Park and 1153.4 sq km as Sanctuary. Besides this 470.5 sq km of forest area forms a buffer Zone as reserve, protected and unclassified forest. Thus, a total area of 1882.6 sq km makes up the Gir forest.