Diu Island Boating

Diu Island Boating is one of the most popular activities among the tourists. With a perfect combination of the sun, sea and sand, Diu Island seems to be straight out of a canvas. The sensuous island is the best place to be if one is searching for a quiet holiday.

Diu, the jewel of India, has a well developed sea route since it was an important commercial center during the Portuguese rule. The Simmer Beach in Diu Island has facilities for boating and other sports for the tourists. They can indulge in angling and sailing as well. The Damanganga River flows through the island to meet the Arabian Sea. The Devka beach houses plush hotels and resorts where guests are provided with the facility to boat on the river and enjoy themselves.

Last Updated on 26 September 2012



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