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Monsoon Special- Best of South Gujarat with Maharashtra | 6 Days 5 Nights

Camel Ride in Daman

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Monsoons is a great time to visit South Gujarat- when beaches are at their full glory and the surroundings are lush green. This package would help you experience some of the finest Monsoon spots in India- all in 6 days.

Things to Do in Daman

  • Somnath Mahadev Temple

    A popular place of religious importance, the Somnath Mahadev Temple is located in Dabhel village, Daman. There are many legends associated with the origin of the temple. According to one of them, a Shivalinga miraculously appeared at this spot after many prayers by a monk who was an ardent devotee of Lord Shiva. The natives regarded this site as sacred and built a shrine of Lord Shiva in the year 1974. In the later years, renovations were done, and the temple was decorated with beautiful glasswork.

    A number of celebrations are organised in this temple, which attract devotees from regions near and far. Most prominent among the festivals is the 'Gangaji Fair', which is celebrated once in a year with keen interest and energy. A huge Lokmela also takes place in the temple, during Mahashivratri – Lord Shiva's birth occasion. The temple witnesses a huge influx of devotees on Mondays, the auspicious day to worship Lord Shiva.

  • Daman Ganga Tourist Complex

    Daman Ganga Tourist Complex is a one-stop destination for leisure travellers visiting Nani Daman. The complex boasts of a multitude of attractions that are bound to keep tourists engaged for hours. There is a beautiful lake within the tourist spot, where visitors can indulge in boating. A classic charm is exuded by the exquisitely-sculpted fountains and narrow walkways that are beautifully laid in the garden.

    Artificial waterfalls and islands have been built at this place, which make it an enthralling destination for admirers of natural beauty. Modern facilities like cafeteria, conference halls and amphitheatre are also set up in Daman Ganga Tourist Complex. Lavish cottages and a health club are under construction in this complex at present.

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How to Reach Daman

By Air

The local airport in the Nani Daman area (also known as the Little Daman) is the nearest domestic airport to the city. This airport has regular flights to Mumbai and Baroda. Mumbai International Airport is the closest international airport, which is approximately 170 kilometres away from Daman. Mumbai is well-connected to various cities across the globe. There are daily flights via Gujarat State Airlines which take you to Daman.


By Bus

Many public and state-owned buses run to and from Daman connecting neighbouring towns of Mumbai and Surat which are 180 and 110 kilometers away respectively. You can choose between regular buses to luxury and deluxe bus services. The tickets are available online and the fare would vary according to the type of bus and the distance covered.


By Train

Vapi, located in the Konkan area id the nearest railway station to Daman. Located 12 kilometers away, most trains like the Jodhpur Express, Rajkot Express, Ahmisa Express and Pune Jodhpur Express halt at this station. However so check the schedule of these trains. Once you get down at the station, you can hire taxis which will charge around Rs. 150 or you can also opt for local buses and tongas for a cheaper alternative.

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Best Time to Visit Daman

The local airport in the Nani Daman area (also known as the Little Daman) is the nearest domestic airport to the city. This airport has regular flights to Mumbai and Baroda. Mumbai International Airport is the closest international airport, which is approximately 170 kilometres away from Daman. Mumbai is well-connected to various cities across the globe. There are daily flights via Gujarat State Airlines which take you to Daman.

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