India Accommodation,
Western India

Asiatic Lion Lodge


Located just 10 minutes from the nearest park gate, the Asiatic Lion Lodge is perfectly located to explore the famous Gir National Park.  With just 16 cottages, the lodge is small and friendly with a strong focus on wildlife and conservation.  The simple rooms are laid out in blocks of four or eight rooms and come equipped with air-conditioning and hot water showers.  There is a small pool to refresh in plus two restaurants serving a range of local delicacies.


"Flavours of Forest" Restaurant, Cafe Forest (Jungle Side Cafe with Library), Swimming Pool, Air-Conditioning, Tea/Coffee Maker, LCD TV, Refrigerator, Eco friendly Toiletries, drinking water, free WiFi. Please note: as Gujarat is a dry state, no alcohol can be purchased at this lodge.

Local Wildlife

Close to the hotel is the Gir National Park, home to the world’s last surviving population of Asiatic lion. The park also has a healthy population of leopard, deer, antelope and over 300 species of bird.

Optional Activities

Safari game drives in the national park, bird walks, village visits, Siddi tribal dance, cycling, bush dinners, camp fire.

Jonathan Morris

Area Specialist

If you have any questions regarding our India tours, please feel free to contact me on +44 (0)1803 866965

This was a special holiday to celebrate our retirement and it lived up to our hopes and expectations. Given that we booked this holiday as we hadn’t seen Tigers in Ranthambore, having 5 Tiger sightings on this holiday was brilliant. Loved the Sloth Bears in Taduba and Satpura and a Leopard at Satpura at the eleventh hour. Also saw some unusual species like Giant Squirrels and the Wild Spotted cat. We saw a huge variety of birds but mammals are particularly special for us.

Mr RG - Wokingham