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Daman Diu Beaches
Casuarinas windbreaks, placid blue seas, idyllic beaches, sleepy villages and easy availability of liquor considering that it is an enclave in ‘dry’ Gujarat, make Daman a popular getaway. Daman is a tiny coastal town at the southern tip of Gujarat, adjoining Maharashtra. It lies on the banks of the Daman Ganga River, some 170 km north of Mumbai. Daman was a Portuguese territory for over 300 years till its liberation in 1961, along with Goa, Diu and nearby Dadra & Nagar Haveli.

Nagoa Beach Nagoa Beach
a tiny seaside fishing village having horseshoe shape located in the Nagoa hamlet of the village of Bucharwada. The beach stretching about 2km from one end to the other is exceptionally beautiful and quiet and very traditional lifestyle of a fishing village with its exotic rustic charm


Devka BeachDevka (or Dwarka) Beach
a beautiful and unspoilt beach with a long shore-line situated in the northern part of Daman famous for its amusement park and the beach, is an exotic beach holiday destination. The amusement park with its plethora of colorful fountains is a sight to behold also an ideal place to frolick.


Jampore BeachJampore Beach
about 3km south of Moti Daman situated at far southern end of the territory great place to go for swimming and other water sports. one can walk on the soft wet sand, enjoy pony rides and fishing at the Jampore beach.


Chakratirth Beach
well known for its sunset point and an ancient Shiv temple that is one of the important tourist destinations in West India. The landscaped and artistically manicured gardens at the Chakratirth beach are a pure visual delight.

Divine Diu
The tiny island Diu finds its mention even in the great epic Mahabharata. As legend goes, Pandavas had stayed a few days at Mani Nagar during their exile, which was under the Yadavas led by Krishna Vasudeva. According to mythology, Diu used to be ruled by the great king Jallandhar who was a demon and was killed by Lord Vishnu with his Sudarshan Chakra. The temple of Jallandhar still bears the testimony of this historical incident. The sprawling Diu Fort and Fortino do Mer command the panorama with the flourishing heritage of the Portuguese. Alluring and serene beaches create more magic and charm to Diu.

Bewitching BeachesBewitching Beaches
Be it scorching summer or chilling winter, you can't ignore the invitation of the lustrous beaches of Daman and Diu at any time of the year. The unspoilt beauty of the nature flourishes with the silvery sand and scattered palm trees wetting with each stroke of the azure wave. Exotic Devika beach at Nani Daman, shady Jampore beach at Moti Daman and bewitching Nagao Beach at Diu are some destinations which tourists die to be in once they are in Daman and Diu.


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