Daman and Diu Tourism Best Time to Visit

Daman and Diu Tourism Best Time to Visit

Posted On : 28-10-2021

Daman and Diu Tourism Best Time to Visit

One of India's most stunning, beautiful, and happening Union Territories is known as Daman and Diu or called Diui sometimes. It consists of two different districts commonly called Daman and the other as Diu or Diui. Both Daman and Diu Districts are located on the Western Coast of India at a distance of approximately 700 km. Daman is the Capital or usually referred to as the Head Quarter of this Union Territory. Daman is located on the prominent land, in contrast, Diu is situated on an island!!


Connectivity to the Business Capital and Business Minds 

Both Daman and Diu are quite proximate to the Gujarat State in India and they share their borders with Mumbai as well as Gujrat despite having a distance of close to 700 km from each other. Irrespective of the divide, the two union territories share more or less the same characteristic that includes archaic colonial forts, sun-kissed beaches, and prominent beautiful churches. They both have got the rich heritage and culture.


Some Popular Tourism Places of Daman & Diu

  1.  Nagoa Beach
  2. Diu Fort
  3. Gangeshwar Temple
  4.  Somnath Mahadev Temple
  5. INS Khukri Memorial
  6. Jampore Beach
  7. Jetty Garden
  8.  St. Paul Church
  9. Naida Caves
  10.  Sunset Point
  11.  Church Of Bom Jesus
  12. Ghoghla Beach


The Island of Beach

Diu is one of the tiniest islands of breeze, filled with beauty situated on the Western coast of India. The climate remains usually pleasant throughout the whole year and blesses the island as the all-season tourist spot. Diu used to be a Portuguese colony until 1961 and later it became a Union Territory and got separated from Goa in 1987. This happened to be a crucial trading post via see routes and it served as the naval base of armies continuously for centuries in the past. The island is characterized by the perfect blend of the Sea, Sun, and Sand. the Island has been Lapped in the Arabian Sea, Diu has been blessed with superb beaches and giving it a fascinating history. The Palms of Diu, also called Hoka trees were planted by the Portuguese from Africa!! It has got many historical Portuguese monuments, unpolluted and clear blue water, golden beaches, numerous water sports options and the friendly nobility makes the Diu a perfect gateway throughout the year.

Diu is one of the tourist places having a lot of restaurants and bars. Barely 8 or not more than 10 wholesale liquor shops are permitted to be opened in Diu. During the Corona, the tourists were required to get an e-pass to enter Diu. It was one of the least affected tourist places due to Corona.


The Dream Destination Daman

The Union Territory of Daman is called the Dream destination. It comes from the mouth of the Damanganga River and ends at the Arabian Sea. The picturesque and beautiful charm of the land attracts and invites uncountable visitors to the Land. It is one of the serene places situated far away from the metropolitan mad crowd and rush, various calm and composed beauty brings unique magic for the travelers. The stunning town full of forts has always maintained its charm and reminds the history of Portuguese colonial rule which lasted from 1531 to 1961. Today the history murmurs through the walls that its historical forts and churches speak of. A gorgeous lighthouse building, historical fort, tidy and clean beach, old churches, and adjacent to Mumbai shores and Surat, make it every weekend destination for the visitors. The visitor gets all including Sun, sand, surf also life at a languorous pace, Daman is one of the places to take a break and relax. Daman is mostly visited during the winter, although the Monsoon also ensures the greenery around the city and enroots roads. of let, the helicopter service has also been started to connect Daman and Diu.


The Best Time to Visit Daman and Diu

The Best time to visit Daman And Diu is either OCT-FEB or MAR-MAY or JUN-SEP. the Trip to Daman during Oct. and May and then later during Monsoon when the Nariyal Poornima festival falls and is celebrated with great pomp and show. The festival signifies the start of the fishing season and prayers are being offered to the deity to keep and bless the fishermen's safety and ensure a good catch.


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