Daman and Diu Tourism



Daman and Diu tourism includes a visit to the various tourist attractions and historical sites. Tourism in Daman and Diu reveals the enigmatic beauty of the region and its rich historic past.

Most of the monuments in the region were constructed during the colonial regime of the Portuguese. The monuments and historic sites still retain the old world charm that appeals to the tourists. The tourists may visit the new places along with the old ones. With the effort of the government, thematic amusement parks have been set up in Daman and Diu for the tourists to visit.

Bordered by the sea on three sides, the region of Daman and Diu is gifted with magnificent beaches. The natural and unbroken slope of the beaches along with its shimmering sand entices tourists to visit it.

Tour of Daman and Diu is incomplete without a visit to the shopping areas. The tourists may collect items and artifacts and carry them back home as memoirs of their trip to the exotic land of Daman and Diu. The big shopping centers and emporiums lie in the center of the city. The tourists may visit the local markets of the region too to buy articles at a good bargain.

While touring Daman and Diu, the tourists may reside in the luxurious resorts at Daman. The resorts are furnished with state of art facilities for both the international and the national tourists who arrive in the region from all round the globe.



Last Updated on: 5/09/2013





     


     

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