Welcome To Gir Lions Paw

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Welcome To Hotel Lion’s Paw, Gir,

Gir Lion's Paw is situated near the Gir National Park which is the only place in the world where Asiatic Lion's can be observed in their natural habitat. Hotel Lion’s Paw, Gir has 6 Luxury Tented Villas & 12 Luxury Rooms and is an ideal place to stay and discover Gir. From the beginning all efforts have been made to maintain the highest possible environmental standards; saving water and energy, monitoring waste disposal and creating a natural environment for guests to enjoy their stay.

GIR NATIONAL PARK is the last remaining bastion of the Asiatic Lion. It also has the highest population of Leopards compared to any other national park in making it one of the best places in India to see the Big Cats. The Kamleshwar dam in the middle of the sanctuary is home to a record population of marsh crocodiles. Other wildlife includes Chital (spotted dear), Nilgai (blue bull), Wild boar, Jackals, Hyenas, etc. Gir National Park also has over 300 different varieties of birds.


Luxury Rooms
Deluxe Room
Luxury Tented Villas
Deluxe Room

How to Get There

Bombay is the main international gateway to Gir Lion’s Paw. There are daily flights from Bombay to both Diu and Rajkot. The secondary international gateway to Gujarat is Ahmedabad which is a six hour drive from Sasan. You can also fly from Delhi or Bangalore to Ahmedabad and then drive down to Sasan. Guests can also travel by train. There are various trains from Bombay to Rajkot and Veraval. There are also trains from Ahmedabad to Veraval and Junagadh.

Nearest Airports

Rajkot 160 km | 3 hrs drive

Diu 105 km | 1 and a half hour drive

Nearest Railway Stations

Veraval 40km | 45 min drive

Sasan 1km

By Road

Ahmedabad 380 km | 6hrs drive

Junagadh 60 km | 1 hr driveSasan 1km

Somnath 40 km | 40 min drive

Keshod 40 km | 40 min drive

Discover Sasan Gir

Only Place To See The Asiatic Lion In The Wild

Largest Population Of Leopards

Meet The Maldhari & Siddi Tribes

Explore Nature & Wildlife

Celebrate Conferences & Corporate Off-sites

Explore Film Shooting Locations

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