Monday, July 28, 2008

Gir National Park Diu Visitors Junagadh Districts News Gujarat India

Gir National Park- Junagadh(Saurastra) :-

Now It’s a good News for all Visitors of Gir National Park (Junagadh-Saurastra),Nature Lover, Diu Visitors and also Historical Places Watchers.

Gir National Park has just got closer to Ahmadabad.

This time, it is not the lions straying further eastwards, but the Central government approving a second entry for Gir National Park forest from the Amreli side.

This will create a whole new tourist circuit which will include Gir National Park(Junagadh-Saurastra), Tulsishyam and Diu for the Amdavadi and south Gujarat backpackers.

So far, the entry into Gir National Park was from Sasan in Junagadh district.

The second entry point will be from Ambardi in Amreli district.

Officials said this area would be developed on the lines of Devalia interpretation zone for Asiatic lions.

This will make it easier for a tourist who wanted to do Gir National Park(Junagadh-Saurastra), and Diu in a single trip, packing in a lion safari, a pilgrimage and a beer on the beach.

Till now, travellers were forced to take a longer route from Junagadh, Sasan, Kodinar to Diu which was over 500 kms from Ahmedabad. But after the Ambardi entry, one could head directly for Amreli and from there to Kodinar via Tulsishyam and to Diu, saving around 100 kms.

The Central government has also announced a package of Rs five crore for the Tourism Corporation of Gujarat Limited (TCGL) and Gujarat state forest department to set up another Asiatic Lion Safari in Ambardi area of Amreli district which already has the permission of Central Zoo Authority of India. This will develop eco-tourism in Amreli district, which borders on the east of Gir National Park(Junagadh-Saurastra) forest. The second entry is located three km away from Dhari on Amreli Road, which is 60 km from Diu.

State tourism minister Jay Narayan Vyas said, "This would shorten the route for those wanting to see lions before heading for Diu. We chose this because it is near Khodiyar dam, so there is a water source and there are some 150 lions here so the chances of sighting are high." He added that permission to launch a second safari was pending with the Supreme Court.

Friday, July 11, 2008

Junagadh(Saurastra)-Gir National Park-Lions Video

Its a relly amazing videoes.I am feeling very unlucky when I see this video instead of naturally.In Junagadh(Saurastra), The Lions of Gir National Park are also known as "SORATH NO SINH"in Saurastra Traditional "Kathayavadi" Language which we can say in english like “Lion of SORATH or Saurastra”.

If You still not visit Gir National Park, then I think You will miss in your Life.

So Visit the Gir National Park for forest adventures and also Historical Junagadh city to feel also royal man, Somnath Temple, Upekot in Junagadh. It’s my open Invitation to all over world people.

Tuesday, July 8, 2008

Junagadh(Saurastra) Tourism-Vanraj Theme Water Park

I am feeling very happy that there is new attraction of JUNAGADH(SAURASTRA)'s Tourist to also enjoy summer in Junagadh with VANRAJ them WATER PARK which is actually themed on Forest,Traditional environment of Saurastra and also on Lions.

How to reach at this Place? :-

This Vanraj Water Park is away from Junagadh city approximately 6 to 7 kms on MENDARDA-BILKHA highway. To reach there you have take local auto rickshaw on rent is the best way or You can take hired car at this place because it is on highway road touch.

Friday, July 4, 2008

Junagadh District Monsoon Saurastra Kathiyavad Gujarat India

Incessant rainfall in Junagadh district in the last 48 hours has disrupted normal life. On Wednesday, the first casualties were reported with the district officials declaring two persons missing, who are feared dead.

The water levels in all the dams have been augmented following moderate to heavy rains in the catchment areas. The sluice gates of Aambajal and Vrijmi dams have been opened to maintain the rule level, according to Flood Control Room officials.

By Tuesday evening, Mangarol, Malia, Veraval and Talala towns in Junagadh district witnessed heavy rainfall.

According to district flood control figures, Mangrol has received 305 mm rainfall followed by Malia with 285 mm, Veraval with 234 mm, Talala with 205 mm, Junagadh with 190 mm, Visavadar with 164 mm, Kodinar and Sutrapada with 155 mm each, Vanthali with 120 mm, Manawadar with 105 mm, Keshod with 102 mm, Bhesan with 100 mm, Mendarada with 55 mm and Una with 41 mm.

Heavy rains in Mangarol and Veraval has resulted in water logging in many parts of the cities.

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