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It was only our 2nd safari in Gir and we came across a rather big pride of lions. This sub-adult was among the bolder & older of the cubs with a mane that was starting to gain prominence. It took strides towards us and settled down very close to our jeep, tucking itself nicely on the bark of a tree. Was the closest i've ever been to lions, they were probably only 4-5 feet away. Personally, was an extremely exciting moment and that's when I managed to take this portrait.

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Tanmay Keshav Thank you all for the appreciation!

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Rajesh Mangal nice portrait

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Gir National Park

11 Nov 2017

18 Nov 2017


Ahmedabad, Gujarat, India

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This trip plan is for total 8 days, covering most part of Gujarat State including animal and bird sanctuary and a national park.
Day 1: Trip starts from Ahmedabad on 11th November. we'll see attractions around Ahmedabad city for a day.
Day 2: Thol Bird sanctuary, Little Rann of Kutch. Stay in Little Rann of Kutch.
Day 3: Travel to Bhuj and explore the City.
Day 4: Bhuj to Western Most point of India-Narayan Sarovar, to White Desert and back to Bhuj.
Day 5: Bhuj to Dholavira and back to Bhuj
Day 6: Bhuj to Dwarka
Day 7: Dwarka to Porbandar, Gir National Park (evening safari).
Day 8: Gir National Park (Morning Safari, if we havent spotted good enough animals in evening safari) then back to Ahmedabad.

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Asiatic lion in its habitat!
Water holes are essential and the forest department puts in lot of effort into ensuring that these remain filled. However, I found these cement-concrete troughs to be particularly off-putting. It looks so disconnected from the otherwise natural surroundings. I wonder if there is any reason for having these cement-concrete water holes, as otherwise i've not seen them in most national parks.

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