WE GUARANTEE LION SIGHTEEING IN DEVALIYA JEEP SAFARI
Devaliya Jeep Safari is the forest department organized Safari ride in Personal covered Jeep of approximately One hour inside the Devaliya Safari Park (also known as Gir Interpretation Zone). Sightseeing of Asiatic Lion, Leopard & Many other wild animals is Guaranteed here.
Package Rate & persons allowed in one jeep:
- INR 4200/- to 4600/- for Indians (Per Jeep)
- INR 10,000 to 12,000/- for Foreigners (Per Jeep)
One Jeep can accommodate maximum 6 adults and 1 child. Age till 12 years considered as child and more than 12 years considered as adult for safari booking.If number of adults are less then more children can be added up to 7Since the rates are per Jeep and not per person, rates will be same for 1 person and for 6 persons boarding the safari.
What is Included in this Package?
- Permit issued by Forest department to enter in to the Gir Jungle Trail
- Caged Gypsy vehicle (old model), Driver & Guide approved by Forest Department
- Payment processing charges & GST
- Safari coordinator service charge who will assist you while Boarding.
What is Not Included?
- Camera fees, if any. (There is no charge for Mobile Phones)
- Pick-up / Drop from Resort / Hotel. It can be arranged at extra charge.
- Gypsy vehicles are subject to availability at the time of boarding. If Gypsy vehicles are not available, new Bolero vehicle will be alloted compulsorily and guest has to pay INR 1500/- extra to the driver.
Boarding / Reporting point for safari is “Sinh Sadan, Sasan Gir”. Visitor Need to report at least 30 minutes before scheduled Safari time. There is ample parking facility for visitors to park their vehicles and board Jeep.
Safari Timings and Availability of Permits: There are 7 Safari timings as mentioned below & Forest department issue 10 Permit for each time slots. All Permits are available for advance booking, and issued first come first serve basis.
|Operates on||Morning Time||Evening Time|
|Monday to Sunday
|7:00 to 7:55 am||3:00 to 3:55 pm|
|8:00 to 8:55 am||4:00 to 4:55 pm|
|9:00 to 9:55 am||5:00 to 5:55 pm|
|10:00 to 10:55 am|
Note: Days are calculated excluding the Safari Boarding day & Cancellation request day. Cancellation request received after 6 PM will be considered on next working day. Cancellation policy mentioned above is subject to change.
- Cancellation Before 10 Days: 75% Refund
- Cancellation Before 05 Days: 50% Refund
- Cancellation Before 02 Days: 25% Refund
- Cancellation Less than 02 Days: 0% Refund
It is mandatory to provide ID proof detail of all members while booking. ID proofs submitted while Safari Booking will be verified with the original ID proofs at safari boarding time. Boarding will not be possible if found any discrepancy and any refund will not be processed in this case. No ID proofs are accepted other than mentioned in the Booking Form.
Once the safari is booked, any kind of modification is strictly NOT possible, like Change in the ID proof number, name of person including spelling mistake, addition or deletion of person, change in safari date or time slot, etc.
We will refund full amount within 2 working days in case of unavailability of requested jeep safari.
Forest depart reserves the right to cancel the permit or slightly modify the timing in unavoidable circumstances. Decision of the forest department will be final in such case.
What is Devaliya Safari Park / Gir Interpretation Zone?
To reduce the disturbance from tourism in the main sanctuary area, and to facilitate tourists to understand the importance of Gir and its wildlife, an interpretation zone has been created at Devalia. This comprises 412 ha of chain-link fenced area which is ‘Gir in a nutshell’, covering all habitat types and all major representatives of wildlife of Gir. The basic aim of creating this facility is to provide an opportunity to view lions and other animals in their natural habitat within a short period and reduce tourist pressure on the sanctuary. The area has a good quantity of prey base in the form of Spotted Deers, Blue Bulls, Wild Boars, Blackbucks, Sambars and Chinkaras. Spotting a Lion in its savanna habitat is a treat to the eyes for a wildlife. A good variety of grassland, as well as forest avifauna, is also spotted in the area. 20-30 Indian Vultures are regular visitors here.