Settled on the west coast of India at the mouth of the Daman Ganga River, the Daman district gets bounded by the Valsad district of Gujarat. On the other side, Diu, a small island, lies in the west of Daman on Gujarat’s Kathiawar peninsula. The regions occupy an area of about 112 sq. km.
Being an evergreen tourist destination, the regions welcome promising visitor arrivals. Three modes of transpositions are get-at-able for Daman and Diu – air, road, and rail. Mumbai airport is the nearest airport to Daman and Diu. Vadodara airport also operates daily flights to the airport to Nani Daman.
Regarding roadways, National Highway 8 helps connect Daman with Mumbai, Ahmedabad, and Vadodara. You can choose any route of transport that seems suitable. In addition to accommodations, book hotels/resorts/ based on your attractions in Daman and Diu. Picking prime locations keeps you from hassles. Tour guides arrange all-inclusive trips from transportation to accommodation.
Shopping, Foods, and Festivals
Almost every tourist loves shopping. Get your shopping spree sites like ACE Shopping Mall, Mangal Market, Jyoti Stores, Kids Corner Daman, Milano, City Centre, DMC Market. Bamboo items, seashell jewelry, oyster arts and crafts, leather slippers, gift articles are more to buy here.
Traditional foods of Daman and Diu offer Fish koliawada, Ubadiyu, Dhansak, Chicken xacuti, Cozido, Fish stew, Shrimp soup, Pasta with squid, Moong dal halwa, Laddus, Gajar ka halwa, Chole Bhature, Lassi, and further.
Regarding fairs and festivals, these regions celebrate Nariyal Poornima, Gangaji Fair, Christmas, Folk Dance Festival, Garba Festival, et al. Since the regions are home to various communities, there’re celebrations like Diwali, Holi, Id-ul-Fitr, Mahashivratri. Explore your attractions to the utmost. Happy tripping!