About Gir Jungle Trail

At Sasan, a thoughtfully developed and well-managed ecotourism is in function, with properly assigned trails and routes in Dedakadi and Sasan Ranges. Such routes have been made within the tourism zone of the Sanctuary with an average length of 35 km each. Each of the routes encompasses almost all habitat types of Gir region and facilitates wildlife sightings with a considerable ease. Artificial water-holes along the routes increase the probability of wildlife sightings. Private open Gypsies, registered by the Forest Department are available locally along with the well-trained local Guide. All the Permits are issued online by the Forest Department at the Reception Counter, Sinh Sadan, Sasan.

Getting there

By Road

Gir National Park is around 55 km from Junagadh City, the most common base for making a visit, and 348 km from Ahmedabad and 156 kms from Rajkot. The Reception centre is at Sasan Gir, and has a Forest Guest house maintained by the forest department, nearby the railway station.

By Rail

One can travel by Rail to Junagadh from Ahmedabad or Rajkot and then take a 55 km road trip on bus or taxi to Sasan Gir or can come via local trains from Junagadh city.

By Air

Person can come via flight up to Rajkot or Ahmedabad.

Time Table
Days Morning Timings Evening Timings
Monday To Sunday 6 AM to 9 AM 3 PM to 6 PM
Monday To Sunday 8:30 AM to 11:30 AM
Note: Gir Jungle Trail is closed from 16th June to 15th Oct every year.
Gypsy Permit Charges
Days Particulars Indian (In Rs.) Foreigner (In Rs.)
Note: In one E-permit maximum 6 (+1*) persons will be allowed.
* Only 1 child between 3 to 12 years will be allowed.
* The permit doesn't include the Guide charge (Rs. 400 only) and Gypsy charge (Rs. 1700 only), which must be paid separatley to respective Guides and Gypsy vehicle owners.
Viewing by

Open Gypsies are locally available at reception centre Sasan Gir.

Representative Images