The Gateway Hotel Gir Forest

Address: Sasan Gir, Near Sinh Sadan, Junagadh District, Sasan Gir National Park, Gujarat, 362135, India | 4 star hotel
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This 4 star hotel is located on Sasan Gir, Near Sinh Sadan, Junagadh District, Sasan Gir National Park.
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Travel Blogs from Sasan Gir National Park

Thus spake the President

A travel blog entry by indigoite on Feb 18, 2014

13 comments, 2 photos

... I can see how it can drive the devotees to fervor and probably even trance. I was moved today – a wonderful temple, practices after my heart and a soulful aarti – it was a sublime experience.

The temple has an absolute no electronics inside policy. Forget the mobile or camera, they even confiscated my car keys on the grounds that it had remote locking electronics. So no photographs I am afraid (hurray !!) – I had to click just a couple from ...

Four hundred and eleven and counting

A travel blog entry by indigoite on Feb 17, 2014

11 comments, 16 photos

There are 411 lions in Gir today. That's all. In all of Asia, the king of the jungle, who roamed all over Asia is now on his last legs. In one remote corner of Gujarat, in Gir, is all that is left of the once mighty Asiatic lion.

411 is considered a massive success. It had come down to 10 (yes 10) in British times due to insane hunting. Now the forest authorities are ruthless in conservation – ...

"African" ? No surely not

A travel blog entry by indigoite on Feb 16, 2014

7 comments

... Wikipedia says they have preserved their dance form - Goma - but it didn't appear so to me. There was nothing remotely African about either their music or the dance and, other than their Negroid blood, there is nothing “African” about them. It's a shame that they are being used in this way for nightly entertainment of the unknowing tourists, but then who am I to judge –if it helps them to make a living, good luck to ...

Gujarati wedding

A travel blog entry by anand.soni on Feb 04, 2014

33 photos

... the gods. This religious ceremony was on a second location, a little outside of town. The best part of the night was the enormous amount of presents the bride got from all the women of my family. They lined up and presented their presents one by one.

Of course there had to be a celebration because of the upcoming wedding: this was the party on day three. On this day the ceremonies were about blessing the future couple. Cars were driving ...

First impressions of India

A travel blog entry by anand.soni on Jan 31, 2014

13 photos

... at first. All kinds of vehicles are driving everywhere. In the Netherlands it’s normal to give way, point out the direction you want to go, drive in lanes, stop for signs and traffic lights, etc. Here in India people just drive, they mind enough not to crash. Something I already saw happening three times in the first two weeks.

Most people in India drive motorcycles. Motorcycles are a fast and a cheap way of transportation in a big and crowded ...