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Rank7 out of 18 attractions in Diu
The Naida Caves are a pilgrim's enjoyment. Situated outside the city mass of the Diu post, these holes are a system of slashed hollows and steps which ask to be explored and discovered. The historical backdrop of the hollows recommends that the Portuguese rulers hacked off building materials during their rule, which brought about the caverns' development. A maze of holes, it's one of the lesser known yet intriguing attractions at Diu. A reasonable, sunny day is all that you have to visit these holes. An absolute necessity have experience. Assembled by the Portuguese, these caves are a system of passages with square cut steps. It's a standout amongst the most delightful underground mazes of outside buckles that one has run over years of travel. Arrange a visit on a reasonable sunny day, and be guaranteed that the hollow's normal openings won't frustrate with an awesome presentation of light. A must visit place for all the adventure seekers.
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Reviews of Naida Caves • 9
Naida cave is a lovely cave without bats (at least we did not see any)! It has sunroof and natural windows here and there, triangular entrance. It has layered walls and roots growing over the rocks. All this make up for a great sight at Naida caves. A must visit I would say.
We left eventually even though the sun was blazing as we wanted to explore more of the city. So we took an auto to Naida caves.We still do not know what those caves were built for but they are one of the most indigenous piece of architecture I have seen. From outside it looks like any other barren deserted hill but inside is a whole colony. It was a never-ending piece of man-made caves dug underground. The place is in ruins and it does not have any information as to what or who made them. We spent a good part of our afternoon there exploring every nook and corner and trying not to get lost.
Now the raining has stopped but we were wet so headed to Guest house to change clothes. After that, we headed to the Naida caves, not too many people were there but nice location.
Naida Caves – Around 3.5km from Gangeshwar Temple, this tourist attraction is synonymous with a photographer’s paradise for sure.
9. Spend a morning exploring the labyrinth of the stunning Naida Caves
The Naida Caves have to be the most underrated attraction in Diu. Located near the Diu Fort, they are a set of artificial caves that are connected by a network of tunnels. Sunlight filters in through the natural openings, creating a beautiful scene, perfect to be captured on a camera. There are also several rock staircases peppered throughout the caves, mostly leading to nowhere!
People tend to ignore this place during their visit. While others might have a hard time locating these caves. Naida Caves have an underground opening, it's dull tangerine structure is hauntingly beautiful.
We drove endlessly to reach a fishing village and saw how fishing nets are made before driving to the other end of the city to reach the Naida caves.
Owing to the long journey, the unknown had to be explored. As we traversed the Island, near the Jallandhar beach, Naida caves were located, they are the rubies of Diu. They have a ground opening and spacious interiors. By adding a missing spooky element to our trip, this visit was not a disappointment.