Highlights Of Daman and Diu

Highlights Of Daman and Diu

Day 1 Arrive Daman

Welcome to Daman - Daman is a small city, located in the union territory of Daman and Diu. Set on the west coast of India, the city is blessed with the cool blue Arabian Sea, serene beaches and tranquil environs begin your tour of 'Beautiful Daman'. You will be driven to your hotel. A quick check-in will be followed by a beautiful sightseeing experience of Devka Beach, Moti Daman Fort and sunset view on lake. Enjoy the evening at leisure and have a comfortably overnight stay at the hotel.

Day 2 Daman-Diu

After a scrumptious breakfast today, you will proceed for the tour of Diu. After reaching there, you can visit Nagoa Beach, Ghoghala Beach, St. Paul Church, Fort of Diu and various other places. Back to Daman, Enjoy the evening at leisure and have a comfortably overnight stay at the hotel.

Day 3 Return home with happy memories

Return home with happy memories today transferred to railway Station/Airport for your onward journey.

Inclusions

  • 2 Night Accommodation In Daman
  • Daily Breakfast
  • Intercity Transfers And Sightseeing Tours As Per The Itinerary
  • Transfers From Railway Station / Airport To Hotel
  • Welcome Drink On Arrival

Exclusions

  • 5% Goods And Service Tax
  • Alcoholic/aerated Beverages, Bottled Water And Starters
  • All Personal Expenses, Optional Tours And Extra Meals
  • Any Air Fare
  • Anything Not Mentioned Under “Inclusions”
  • Camera Fees
  • Entrance Fees At All Tourist Attractions Mentioned In The Itinerary
  • Medical And Travel Insurance
  • Services Of The Vehicle On Leisure Days And For Sightseeing Not Included In The Itinerary
  • Destinations

    Daman - Nights : 2

    Daman was earlier called by the name of Damao. The Portuguese ruled Daman for a long, long time. Daman and Diu, was a part of Goa. From the 8th to 13th century there was a stronghold of the Chowda Rajputs who were threw out by the Waghalas who in turn were barred by Muslims in1330. It continued under Muslims rule for another two hundred years when the Portuguese conquered it.