Thursday, December 13, 2007

Lion Safari

Asiatic lions - the insignia of power and chivalry for the Indian fraternity - have long been one of the major tourist attractions worldwide. India’s Gir forests in Gujrat, with its dry scrub land veined with hills, rivers and teak forests, make the only refuge of this majestic animal.

‘Beast’ly encounters
The regal spread of Gir’s 1,412 sq-km reserve can be explored atop an elephant or in a jeep accompanied by an intelligent and friendly forest guide. Your man will not only guide you to the possible hideouts of the Lord of the Jungle but also load you with interesting lion-lores. And if you the air suddenly reverberates with the rancorous calls of the langurs and the peacock, grasp your camera and get it ready. It must be the Beast itself passing your way languidly, totally unhindered by your presence. Our representatives can help you choose the best nearby accomodation for more of such exhilarating trips if one isn’t enough to satiate your appetite.

Your itinerary planner

In your Lion Safari itinerary, recommended inclusions besides the must-visit Gir are the Nehru Zoological Park (Andhra Pradesh), Parambikulam Wildlife Sanctuary (Kerala) and Sanjay Gandhi National Park (Maharashtra).

Andhra Pradesh’s Nehru Zoological Park, located at Hyderabad has enticing Big Cat safari packages. As you tour its premises you will for once forget that the lion is not its natural denizen.
Likewise, Parambikulam Wildlife Sanctuary is another tourist hub for Lion safari expeditions. And especially with its Crocodile Rearing Centre, Deer Farm and a Lion Safari Park, the trip promises a lot of eye-toasting.

Planning a Lion Safari this weekend? Contact us to make it an adventure par excellence.



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