For its diminutive size, Daman is a huge draw for tourists because it is packed with attractions including stunning scenic landscapes, and a depth of history. Formerly a Portuguese colony, this city in the Union Territory of Daman & Diu has some of the loveliest beaches in the Arabian Sea. The river Daman Ganga divides the town into two parts Moti Daman and Nani Daman. Daman is separated from Gujarat by the Kolak River in the north and the Kalai River in the south. The best time to visit Daman and Diu is in the months of September, all the way till May.
Mumbai International Airport is the nearest airport located at a distance of around 193 km.
Located around 12 km away from Daman, Vapi is the nearest railway station connecting the city to other major Indian cities.
Daman is well connected by motorable roads to different cities. Many state buses run to and from Daman thereby connecting it to neighboring towns of Mumbai and Surat.
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