Daman Tourism & Travel Guide

a weekend gateway at Daman... which have two separate areas, called Nani Daman... and Moti Daman, divided... by Daman Ganga River.Daman was ruled...

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Top Places To Visit 2 Spots

Moti Daman

Moti Daman is fully an administrative place and a very quite place to be in Very laid back scene in Moti daman ensures you get peace at all the times Roads are absolutely clean Trees are planted all across Moti Daman Beaches a sure No go for anyone who is coming here for sea side romantic evening or to enjoy sea side relaxing getaway Sea water is very muddy. Kindly think before venturing in
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Moti Daman Fort

You could see the proper utilization of the area inside the fort over here. Converted the place into main governmental area of operation. And also you'll find the basilica church inside this fort itself
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About Daman

Earlier known as Damao or Kalana Pavri (meaning lotus of marshland), this was the settlement of the Portuguese for about 5 centuries. The Portuguese had to later leave the place with the end of the colonial rule in the year 1961. This place was discovered by a Portuguese sailor named Diogo de Mello when he was shipwrecked due to a storm and at last found himself on this coast. The region has witnessed a number of wars and a huge evolution of different types of races and civilizations. This has given rise to the present day Daman which is peaceful and where a variety of cultures have united together. The town lies along the Arabian Sea and is quite laid back. The Damanganga River separates Daman into the Nani Daman in the North and the Moti Daman in the south. There are still a number of Portuguese buildings and churches here which are as beautiful as they were a few decades back.

Best Time To Visit

Best time to visit Daman is from October to March

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