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Travelling can be an exciting and memorable experience. Planning a trip to a far-off and exotic location will give you plenty of time to explore nature and your inner-self and capture unforgettable experiences. India is home to some of the most beautiful and great places to explore nature and wildlife in the world. Parks like  Gir National Park , Jim Corbett National Park, etc. Here you’ll see some rarest species like the Asiatic lion and Bengal tiger. Now let’s see what activities or things will make your trip to this Sasan Gir Park enduring and memorable. Things to Do In Gir National Park With Family Wildlife parks are a great place to visit when you want to take a break from the hustle and bustle of the city. In many ways, they are better than going to an expensive holiday destination. The reasons for visiting the wildlife parks are different for every person. Some people visit these parks to learn about animals, to spend their time with...See more

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According to a recent survey, it is noted that every year around 70 thousand tourists visit Gir National Park . However, mainly in the winter season, uncountable heads are seen in the park, which tempted the forest department to create an interpretation zone named Devalia Park, providing t enormous sightseeing opportunities in this zone, capturing the wide variety of avifauna to the rarest wildlife species in the jungle.     About Devaliya Park The park is protected with chain-fence, comprising 412 hectares of area, also known as the mini version of the Sasan Gir. It is also said that sick lions or lionesses who are expecting mothers reside in this zone. The forest department takes proper care of those felines. At Devaliya Park, one can spot other wilds like Sambar deer, jackals, crocodiles, leopards, elephants, and the mesmerizing birdlife.   Some also say that the Devaliya Park is known...See more

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Best Way to Go Shimla Tour from Delhi
    
Searching the best way to go Shimla tour from Delhi? A Car is the best option for the Shimla tour. If you want to book these tour packages then Shimla And Manali Tour is the best travel agency in Delhi. Without any hassle book your tour packages and make a trip more memorable. 

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Tempo Traveller for Outstation – Is One Better Than Another?

Once you have decided the best holiday destination with a great hotel to stay at, the next thing that should bother you is the most convenient transport. Rather than having public transport, hire a Tempo Traveller on Rent that always gives you a huge benefit. Book now!

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People should go on holiday from time to time to relax from daily routine work. With so many ways of travelling available today, you can choose any of your favorite modes - by plane or train or road. But the critical question is where to plan your next trip? India is a country of diversity and is not only known for its rich culture, traditions and heritage but also its natural beauty. The country has amazing wildlife sanctuaries that attract nature lovers and animal lovers from all over the globe every year. It is home to at least 472 national parks, 552 sanctuaries and four-game reserves . Gir National Park is one of the oldest wildlife sanctuaries in India. It was established as a reserve forest by the British government in 1965 and later upgraded to a national park in 1982. The place is famous for its Asiatic lions, which have been declared as endangered species under Schedule I of the Indian Wildlife (Protection) Act, 1972....See more

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