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  • DAMAN

    Daman ruled by the Portuguese till the battle of liberation in 1961, still carries haunting memories of tumultous era which witnessed the colonial rule

    PLACES OF INTEREST
    Fort, Moti Daman; Fort, Nani Daman; Light House (in Moti Daman Fort), Bom Jesus Church and Our Lady of Rosary Chapel (inside fort, Moti Daman fort) Our lady of Sea Church (inside Nani Daman fort), Hilsa Aquarium, Kachigam Water Tank, Nani Daman; Hathi Park, Moti Daman; Bridge Side Garden, Nani/Moti Daman; Municipal Children Park, Nani Daman.

    Beaches :Devika Beach 4 km, Near Devka Colony, Nani Daman, Jampore Beach 6 km, Near Jampore Village, Moti Daman.

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    DIU

    An island of breeze and beauty. The island of Diu, an erstwhile Portuguese colony, is situated off the Saurashtra coast of Gujarat bordering Junagadh district. It is an exquisitely beautiful getaway with golden sand beaches, dense palm-groves and historical monuments sans commercial exploitation and environmental degradation. Diu stands out, in marked contrast to other places, as a tiny island, where people have an excellent civic sense. With the magnificent serenity of its ambience, it is perhaps one of Indiaís last undiscovered jewels. Nagoa beach which is horse-shoe in shape, could well be one of the best beaches of the world. The other equally beautiful beaches are Ahmedpur, Mandvi,Chakratirath, Jallandhar, and Gomtimata all having their own charm and thrill. The administration has provided water-sports facilities. Diu can boast of several historical monuments which are imposing in architecture and design, like the Diu Fort built in 1535, St. Paulís Church built in 1610 and St, Thomas Church converted into a museum. The Church and the Museum have been floodlit by the administration and gardens, parks and fountains have been created around the monuments to beautify them. Diu is all about lazy days and hazy nights. With a pleasant climate throughout the year, it affords unprecedented peace and tranquillity to tourists. The beautiful tiny island, is lying on the west coast of India, with a coastal length of 21 kms., is at a distance of about 930 kms. from Bombay. The word 'Diu' is derived from the Sanskrit word 'Dweep'. During the period from the 14th to 16th century Diu was one of the best Sea Ports and a Naval base. Merchants of various lands carried on trade here.
    Diu is virgin, Diu is picturesque, Diu is clean, Diu is green

    PLACES OF INTEREST
    Diu Fort (1 km), Forte do Mar (1 km), Gupta Prayag at Delwada (9 km), Gangeshwar Temple (5 km), Nagao Beach (9 km). Shaking Tower at Delwada (9 km).

    EXCURSIONS
    Girnar Hill, Junagadh (185 km), Palitana (195 km), Somnath Temple (72 km), Sasangir (128 km), Tulsi Shyam (45 km), Chorwad (97 km), Ahmedpur Mandvi (130 km).

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