5. Ghoghla BeachGhoghla beach is clean in some areas and littered by people in some. It is surrounded by few resorts, the landscape is flat and water is pristine.6. Rukhda TreeRukhda tree is a gigantic tree hidden amidst a thick canopy of coconut trees. It is supposed to be a Baobab tree of Madagascar origin.
After that we decided to visit the Ghoghla beach, it was the least crowded beach yet because it is quite far from the main city, we just sat there and waves were washing our feet, quite mesmerizing feeling. Now time was around 6 PM and headed back to Diu city. We visited the St Thomas's Church while returning to vehicle shop and offered our prayers. As Guesthouse was quite near to vehicle shop so walked to Guesthouse and had some rest. In the night we headed out to have dinner after doing some inquiry we found an amazing food-court styled place (location-on the fort road) and reached there and did some dinner and we came back to Guest house.2nd day of trip
From Diu, we planned to do Somnath, Porbandar and Dwarka. However, we fell in love with Diu and decided to stay there instead of doing the extended road trip in a jiffy.
As compared to Nagoa beach, this one is quite inactive when it comes to adventure sports as it is more of a fishing spot. But if you wish for a silent place at night along the sea, watch the moonlight glisten on the water, this is the place to be!