Brief Event Description
|Event Organiser||Mumbai Travellers|
|Event Date||Jun 1, 2017|
|Event End Date||Jun 5, 2017|
|Event Location||Junagadh, Gujarat|
|Pickup Time||Will be informed later|
|Things to Carry||1. Warm Clothes (As being winter season, there are chances of chilling weather)
2. Extra pair of Clothes
3. Personal First Aid Kit
4. Torch and extra cell
5. Shoes with extra pair of socks
6. Cap, goggle, suncreen etc
7. Dry Food /Snacks
8. Electral powder / Glucon D /Tang
9. Camera with lenses and binocular (Optional)
10. Water Bottle (2 Liter)
11. Rugsack to carry all the things.
|Itinerary||Day 0 :
Leave for (Rajkot Junction) from Mumbai.
Day 1 :
Reach Rajkot by 07:30 am and proceed to resort by road transfer. Check-in and Freshen Up at resort. After introduction session on Gir, have lunch and leave for the 01st Jungle Safari. Evening free for rest. Meet Over Dinning Table. Camp Fire and then Lights off.
Day 2 :
Early Morning Have Breakfast and Leave for 2nd Jungle Safari. Back for Lunch. After Lunch Leave for 3rd Lion Safari. Evening Back to Resort. Dinner. Post Dinner, discussion session for Photographic techniques.
Day 3 :
Early Morning Leave For 04th Lion Safari. After a Yummy Breakfast & Happy Group Photo Session, Check Out Resort and Leave for Junagarh station. Lunch at Junagarh on your own. Leave Back for Mumbai by train at 3 pm.
Next Day : Reach Mumbai by 07:10 am at Mumbai Central
Tour Concludes with Happy Memories :)
1. Lion is just a part of forest and lion sighting is matter of luck, so always enjoy the overall forest with other mammals and birds.
2. Costing might increase at last minute if there is any changes made in Fees structure by Forest department.
1. 4 Jungle Safaris
2. 2N/3D AC stay in resort- Resort: Gir Jungle Lodge or equivalent.
3. All buffet meals (Veg + Non Veg)
4. Pick up Ex-Rajkot and Drop Ex-Junagarh
5. Wildlife Expertise charges.
6. Government Service Tax at 3.65%
1. Transfer from Mumbai to Mumbai
2. Meals during the train/flight journey
3. Lens/Camera charges
4. Any personal orders, laundary, phone calls.
5. Any porter charges,tips and gratitudes.
6. Anything other than mentioned above
7. Difference in cost arising due to mishaps, political unrest, natural calamities or sudden changes in forest fees, permits etc.
|Instructions & Guidelines||NA|
Gir, the Jewel of Saurashtra (Gujrath, India), is spread over 1412 sq.kms. A dry deciduous forest. Gir is best known as the last home of Asiatic Lions. Over 411 Lions (as per the census of 2010), more than 311 Leopards, and a number of other carnivores, ungulates crossing the 50,000 mark and 300 species of birds. It also has 500 types of trees, more than 2000 species of insects and other lesser known animals with green patches of forest and dry scrub jungle. That’s Gir National Park and Sanctuary a pure paradise of biological diversity.