Gir Birding Lodge

Address: Bambafod Gate, Sasan Gir National Park, Gujarat, 171012, India | Ranch
 
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This ranch is located on Bambafod Gate, Sasan Gir National Park.
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      Travel Blogs from Sasan Gir National Park

      Four hundred and eleven and counting

      A travel blog entry by indigoite on Feb 17, 2014

      11 comments, 16 photos

      ... Masai Mara. Firstly, this is forest and not a savannah. Lions are so plentiful in the Masai Mara that on the second day you are actually bored of lions ! Not so here. The sighting has to be "earned" and you have to be lucky – probably a lesson in life itself, for after all, something is treasured only when it is earned and not when it is had easily.

      Thank you Sher Khan. You made the moment ...

      Sasan Gir Safaris

      A travel blog entry by stuckinindia on Mar 22, 2009

      15 photos

      ... at 9:30 and did homework, played games and relaxed until 12:30 lunch. We did more of the same thing until 3:30, when our next safari started. On this safari we saw what we had hoped to see, the lions! The first one was sitting near a water hole. Who needs to see the Lion King, when you've seen this?! And what was even more amazing was that, that was only one of the four lionesses we saw that trip into the Sanctuary. ...

      The New Ship... Dhow

      A travel blog entry by valeriaruiz on Aug 15, 1970

      3 photos

      August 15 1371 We are here in the city of Gujarat just like the rest of the cities it is crowded with various types of people. This city has all kinds of things so we are planning to stay here for a while to see what we can get on our new ship. Yes, we have a new ship well its not called a ship it’s called a dhow. It is a little bigger than the ship we had and it carries a lot more cargo. We traded a few pieces of ...

      Astonishing Aesthetics

      A travel blog entry by paulambrose on Jul 22, 1970

      1 photo

      ... allowing it to have a chance to grow and become a real important stop on the trade route. Gujarat dominated trade with some specific areas such as the Middle East and Europe with their cotton textiles and indigo or the Swahili Coast trading their cotton, beads, and foodstuffs in exchange for ebony, slaves, ivory, and gold. On the other hand Gujarat also participated in the huge loop of the ...

      Cambay Today

      A travel blog entry by sarahgracekhan on Jul 15, 1970

      1 photo

      Up the Malabar Coast, my crew and I reached the Gujarti trading city of Cambay! This place is even greater and more prosperous than my previous stop at Calicut! This city is also super busy, as well as beautifully decorated, with lovely stone houses and wealthy-looking people. That's understandable, since trade here is booming. The goods being traded here are so luxurious ...