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Sasan Gir National Park holidays

Sasan Gir National Park is made up of mostly forest area with rocky hills and deep valleys with numerous rivers and streams. Vegetation is typically semi-deciduous with lots of dry-forest teak dominating the region. Sasan Gir National Park is Asia’s last natural home of the Asiatic lion (panthera leo lersica). The forests are also famous for panther and other than these, the wildlife includes jackal, sambar, crocodile, deer and wild pig. The hot springs in the heart of the forest and a temple dedicated to Bhim and his mother Kunti are an added attractions.

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