Diu Tourism & Travel Guide

Part of the famous Daman and Diu islands, Diu is a lovely town for those who are looking for a quiet, laidback beach vacation. You will experience traces of Portuguese history and culture and it's quite a delight to discover. Do visit Ghoghla beach for the water sports and also the delicious local cuisine. Nagoa beach is another famous beach close to Diu. It's famous for its water sports and it is also perhaps one of the few beaches where you can enjoy swimming. The best way perhaps to discover Diu is on a scooty. The roads here are very well maintained and there isn't too much traffic so it's a delight to ride here. If you have a little time on your hands, do visit the wonderful Sea Shell Museum. Though you may feel the collection is a little repetitive, it is definitely worth a visit. The hotels and guesthouses here are exceptionally welcoming and warm. Do a thorough research before you decide on a place to stay since it can make all the difference!
Best time to visit Diu is from October to April

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Credit: Diu Tourism While often referred to together, Daman and Diu are separate places....

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At-least once in a lifetime, Do the Diu :) Continuing my last trip i.e. from Delhi to Ahemdabad -> Ahemdabad to Diu How to reach Diu by Air: Diu has an airport located in Nagoa....

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Top Places To Visit in Diu 23 Spots

Diu Coast, Diu
The Diu Fort, is situated on the west bank of India in Diu, a Union Territory, controlled by the Government of India. The post was constructed by the Portuguese amid their pilgrim principle of the Diu island. The Diu town is situated toward the fort's west. The post was implicit 1535 resulting to a guard collusion produced by Bahadur Shah, the Sultan of Gujarat and the Portuguese while Humayun, the Mughal Emperor battled to attach this region. Development of the fortress was begun in October and finished in March, with the Portuguese constrained work putting their full might. The fortification is an extensive and great structure on the shoreline of the Diu island. It summons a brilliant perspective of the ocean. It skirts the ocean on three sides. The external mass of the stronghold was fabricated along the coast line. The internal divider had bastions on which weapons were mounted.
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DIu city, adjacent to main road, 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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Weekend Getaways from Diu 

Best time to visit - January,February,October,November,December
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