Reach Diu by Road




In order to reach Diu by road tourists can avail the numerous buses and private vehicles. Diu has to its credit, a wide network of roads which connects this island to the rest of Gujarat and Maharashtra. Diu is connected to Vapi at a length of 13 kilometers, which is again linked to the Bombay- Ahmedabad national highway.

The actual distance between Mumbai and Diu is190 kilometers and between Ahmedabad and Diu is 768 kilometers. Diu and Vapi are well connected to each other by means of excellent roadways. The network of roads connect Diu to places like Una, which is 30 kilometers away from Diu.

There are luxury buses and direct seater buses, which carry passengers from Ahmedabad to the island of Diu. These buses leave Ahmedabad at 9.30 pm and takes around 10 hours to reach Diu. The sleeper or luxury buses provide full relaxation to the tourists during their journey. The most popular bus travel agencies who provide excellent traveling facilities via buses are Sahjanand Travels, Paldi Char Rasta, Shiv Skati Travels.

Private cars and hired taxis take around 7 to 8 hours to reach Diu from Ahmedabad. These cars take 6 to 7 hours to reach Diu from Bhavnagar. The taxis charge around 4,000/- in order to reach Diu.



Last Updated on: 3rd April 2013

     


     

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