First we went to Devka Beach. It is a rocky beach.We found many couples and family came here to enjoy. Most of them enjoy in garden near to beach. Its is not swimmer friendly beach due to rocky Geography. You should be caution during high Tide because you can't watch stones that time may cause injuries.
Then we decided to go jampore beach which is most famous among tourists. We reached here at afternoon. It is very clean, flat, sandy beach not rocky like Devka Beach. It is shallow depth beach that's why if you are good swimmer it is for you. You will found many stalls who sells snacks and liquor along side beach. You can also enjoy many activities at beach like parasailing, Dirt bikes, camel ride, boating etc.
Nani Daman is hardly 5 minutes from Moti Daman A bridge Old (one way) and new (two way) connects Moti Daman to Nani Daman Nani Daman is more commercialized and lively compared to Moti Daman Nani Daman is too crowded at places Nani Daman has a good market place Beaches on Nani Daman a strict no go as they are really dirty Sea water is very muddy
Day 5 - September 21 2015:It was a Monday early morning. I had already packed up the bags the previous night, and was waiting for the rain to go down. I left Moti-Daman at around 6:00 AM and began my journey towards the state of Rajasthan. The drizzle had not stopped and it was severe since day 3, yet I decided that this was the moment to cherish on the road and I continued towards Ahmedabad.At 8 AM, I took a small breakfast break and continued riding until Surat. On the outskirts of Surat, I noticed a few trucks piled up on the highway. My initial thought was about an accident on the highway or probably a toll gate for the trucks to go. There was enough space for one motorcycle to ride between the trucks and I was slowly and steadily heading, but this continued for about 30 minutes and I realized that I had waded through stagnated truck traffic for almost 5 kms. On to the extreme left of the road was enough slush to skid the motorcycle. In some stretches, I had to brave that and ride through it slowly.The traffic had piled up for almost 22 kms and it took a good 2.5 hours to go past all that. Some construction work was happening across the Narmada river, which was the prime reason for this traffic jam. It was almost 10:30 AM and I was in the impression that it wouldn't be easy to reach Mount Abu or head towards Jaisalmer. The next 3 hours went on peacefully and the rain gods finally showed some mercy.At around 2 PM, I had reached Ahmedabad. As I entered the city, I was in a confusion as to which direction to head, to Udaipur or Mount Abu? I finally made up my mind and decided to head towards Udaipur, but did not know the route. A couple of traffic constables helped me with the directions by "leading the way" and riding along with me till where the highway began. From there, I continued towards Udaipur, about 260 kms away. The next couple of hours went by quietly as I reached Shamlaji, a very sleepy little town on the borders of Rajasthan. I was still 100 kms away from Udaipur. The moment I entered Rajasthan and towards Udaipur, the rain came down again. By 7 PM I had reached Udaipur and settled down for the day.another 670 kms travelled.Daman - Vadodara - Ahmedabad - Shamlaji - Udaipur.
Veera Da Dhaba
You can enjoy at beach up to 9 pm after that all stalls are closed and coast Guards not allowed you roaming after it. Then we all feel hungry so we went to one of famous restaurant of Daman name "veera da Dhaba" means Brother's restaurant in punjabi. It is a punjabi theme based restaurant famous for its punjabi cuisine. Dhaba is a punjabi word which is used for roadside restaurants in punjab . Here you can find perfect punjabi environment like they arranged khatiya (cot beds) instead of chairs like in punjabi style and open air restaurant. After take dinner we all travel back to vapi and wish best future to our friend. Then we travel back to vapi to become again prisoner of working life. The overall effect of Beach, alcohol and punjabi food are enough for get a perfect hangover. Really i am waiting for such hungover again.