Sasan Gir National Park spans over 1,500 square kilometres and is the world’s last destination where you can see the Asiatic lion in the wild.
Located on the Saurashtra Peninsular in far west India, the area is off the beaten track and not developed as a tourist destination which increases the appeal for the adventurous traveller and real wildlife enthusiasts. The optimum time to visit Sasan Gir is between December and April when temperatures are cooler and before the park shuts for the monsoon season from mid June to October.
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