|Nestled in serene surrounds of Daman lies an aesthetic architecture. A peaceful place for the overwhelmed businessmen. A joyous haven for the fun-loving family. |
A luxurious alternative for the vivacious vacationers.
Imagine being at sandy resort… lush green gardens, tranquil premises, refreshing rooms and inspiring interiors.
Herein, you will find all modern amenities and comfort at your command.
Feel the ambience of opulent sea face resort. Stay in air-conditioned, deluxe and ritziest rooms with a soul-soothing sea view. Arrange important meetings, discuss future ventures, and organize conference, seminar or a get together at our well-furnished conference hall. Have a memorable wedding ceremony at our lavish banquet hall. Relish mouth-watering delicacies at our garden and plush pool site restaurant.
|Refresh after a zesty day: |
Designed by expert architects, our spacious rooms feature impeccable interior, marble flooring, stylish furniture, specially carved for your ease. The view from balcony / window of each room is absolutely exhilarating where guests can welcome the dawn or enjoy the serenity of sunset. From phone to fridge and everything in between is present at our rooms.
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|DAMAN CITY: |
Daman is divided by the Daman Ganga River into two parts, namely Nani-daman (Nani meaning "small") and Moti-daman (Moti meaning "big"). Ironically, Nani-daman is the larger of the two towns. It is the downtown area that holds most of the important entities like the major hospitals, supermarkets and major residential areas. While Moti-daman is mainly the old city inhabited.
The Portuguese Diogo de Melo arrived at the spot by chance in 1523, when heading towards Ormuz but caught in a violent storm and having his boat blown towards the coast of Daman. Soon after it was settled as a Portuguese colony and remained so for over 400 years. A larger fort was built in Motidaman in the 16th century to guard against the Mughals who ruled the area until the Portuguese arrived. It still stands today, most of it preserved in its original form. Today the majority of the municipal government offices are situated inside this fort.
Daman was incorporated into the Republic of India in December 1961 after a battle between the Portuguese and the Indians. The battle left four Indians dead and 14 wounded, and ten Portuguese dead and two wounded.
|DAMAN VILLAGES: |
There are many small villages around Daman, such as Bhenslore, Kunta, Bhimpor, Kadaiya, Devka Mangelad, Varkund and Khariwar. These villages mainly act as residential areas for lower-middle-class families.
Daman has a humid subtropical climate according to the Köppen climate classification. Temperature ranges from 23-42 in summer, 19-36 in monsoon, 15-30 in spring and autumn and 10-24 in winter. It has heavy monsoons with lots of rain. The place is best to visit in winter.