DIU Gujarat Tour Guide

DIU Gujarat Tour Guide - Destination Overview
  • Package Prices
    Diu Packages start from Rs 9999/- including 3 nights stay in a Diu Hotels and visit Ghoghla beach,Jallandhar beach,Hoka Trees Diu,Gangeshwar,St. Thomas Church - Museum,Panikotha & other local sites

About Diu -Gujrat

A beautiful blend of Sun, sand and sea, is a God's gift to those in quest of a blessed turf where the wary weight of the unintelligible world can, for a while, be lightened and the waking soul can hear the music of the spheres. It is an island retreat gently rocked by the wind and the wave from the Arabian Sea. It offers you undisturbed peace and an unusual holiday.

History of Diu

Pandavas during their fourteen years of exile are believed to have passed a few days at a place known as Mani Nagar (DIU) which was under the Yadavas led by Krishna Vasudeva during Mahabharata period. According to mythology, Diu was ruled by the great king Jallandhar who was a daitya (Demon) and was killed by Lord Vishnu with his Sudarshan Chakra. The temple of Jallandhar still exists in Diu. A palm-fringed, largely deserted and secluded beach, Nagoa is undoubtedly one of the most beautiful beaches in India. The unique shoe-shape of the beach makes it all the more beautiful.
The island of Diu, an erstwhile Portuguese colony, is situated off the Saurashtra coast of Gujarat bordering Junagadh district. The other equally beautiful beaches are Ahmedpur, Mandvi,Chakratirath, Jallandhar, and Gomtimata all having their own charm and thrill.The word 'Diu' is derived from the Sanskrit word 'Dweep'. During the period from the 14th to 16th century Diu was one of the best Sea Ports and a Naval base.

General Information about Diu Gujrat

Area of Diu:
38.8 Sq. Kms. Altitude: 29 meters Rainfall: 70 cm , Clothing recommended: Cotton in summer, Light Woolen in winter. Languages Spoken: Gujarati, English, Hindi, Portuguese, STD Code: 02875

Climate of Diu:

Cool and dry.The summer temperatures range between 20ºC and 38ºC. And the winter between 20ºC and 25ºC.