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Gujarat Wildlife Tours
Gujarat situated in the extreme western part of India is a unique state that has many kinds of habitats. These varied landscapes include dry deciduous forests, majestic grasslands, wetlands, marine ecosystems and rich moist deciduous forests. These environments are home to some extremely rare wildlife species.
The Asiatic Lion is found only in Gir. The Wild Ass in the Rann of Kutch, the rare great Indian bustard in the bird reserves, the world's only four-horned antelope and the Black Buck are some other valued species protected and conserved in Gujarat. The dugong and the rare boralia species also find a safe haven here.
Gir National Park, Gujarat
The home of lions - Gir National Park is the most ideal place if you are here to observe Lions. Gir is not just about Lions, the second most seen predator in Gir National Park, Gujaratthe Gir is Leopard. Other animal residents of the Gir national park are Sambar, Chital, Nilgai, Chowsingha, Chinkara Gazelle, Wild Boar, Langur, Jackal, Panthers, Wild Cats and Hares and Hyena. The suitable climatic conditions prevalent within the park has made it a home for a large number of bird species. Numerous birds like Paradise Flycatchers, Black headed Cuckoo Shrike, Gray Drongo, Pied Woodpeckers, Coppersmiths, Indian Rollers, Crested Swifts, Fish Owls, Black Vultures, Shaheen Falcons, Bonelli's Eagles, Flamingo, Crested Serpent Eagles, Painted Sandgrouse, Rock Bush Quail, Gray Partridge, Painted Storks and White Necked Storks are found here.
 

Little Rann of Kutch Wildlife Sanctuary, Gujarat
About 195 km from Ahmedabad is the Little Rannof Kutch Wildlife Sanctuary in the state of Gujarat. The sanctuary is home to wild ass (Khur) A variety of desert life can be found here, notably the surviving herds of the Indian wild ass(khur); also wolf and caracal (a large, pale cat with tufted ears).
 
Ratan Mahal Sloth Bear Sanctuary, Gujarat
Ratan Mahal Sloth Bear Sanctuary is home to Sloth bears (57 as per the latest census), panthers (9), large-size monkeys (900), langoors (800), jackals (100), antelopes (four) and hyenas (8), besides others numerous jungle cats, foxes, honey badgers, hare, porcupines and reptiles. To believe the beauty of flora and birds (120 species) you got to visit this place.
 
Nalsarovar Bird Sanctuary, Gujarat
Gujarat has some outstanding places for viewing birds of the wetlands. Just 80 km from Ahmedabad is Nalsarovar. Nalsarovar is a seasonal lake spread over an area of 115 sq km. It is known to harbour more than 250 species of birds. In winter the migratory birds descend on the Nalsarovar in their thousands. Visitors are ferried in small boats and to view the sunrise and sunset while cruising gently through the silent waters, with birds silhouetted in the golden orange glow will lift any sagging spirits.
 
Jessore Sloth Bear Sanctuary, Gujarat
You can find - Sloth bear, leopard, sambar, blue bull, wildboar, porcupine and variety of birds in this wildlife sanctuary. The sanctuary is very close to the state capital Ahmedabad (190 km).
 
Marine National Park, Gujarat
Gujarat has the distinction of creating the country's first Marine National Park spread over an area of nearly 458 sq.kms. in the Gulf of Kutch, 30 km. from Jamnagar. Here corals create fantasies in stone and are the master builders of the Park. Here you will find plants that look like animals and animals that look like plants. Turtles, shrimp, sponge, eels, sea urchin lurk among the corals and huge schools of fish create a brilliance of colors that are unknown, unseen and unimaginable to us.
 
Porbandar Bird Sanctuary
Situated in the heart of the city Porbandar, The Porbandar Bird Sanctuary is home to variety of wildfowls, flamingos, ibis, teals, Curlews and Sizable number of migratory birds. It is just 5 km from the Airport and the railway station.
 
Velavadar Black Buck Sanctuary
This is the home of the Indian black buck. Velavadar in the Bhal region of Saurashtra is a unique grassland ecosystem that has attracted fame for the successful conservation of the black buck - the fastest of the Indian antelopes, the wolf and the lesser florican.
 
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Visit by Air -Ahmedabad
Visit by Rail -All the major cities of Gujarat are finely connected by a railway tracks and the major cities of India.
Visit by Road -Gujarat has well defined roads.

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