| Package Rates are per person in INR and details as below
- Accommodation in hotel on Triple Sharing or Double Sharing
- Meals -2 Breakfast, 2 Lunch & 2 Dinner
- Ac. Transfers for All transfers & sightseeing
- Cost valid for minimum 20 pax.
- 1 Travel executive/ coordinator from our office will be there on the trip
- 01 bottle of Mineral water per day per person
- Entrance fees for sightseeing as mentioned above.
- Any meals other than specified itinerary
- Any sightseeing other than specified above
- Any items of personal nature like tips, laundry, telephone calls etc
- Day 01 Dinner
- 3.65% GST on total land cost
|Please Note :-
- Rates is applicable for Minimum 20 pax.
- 25% payment will have to be made to book the trip and Balance can be paid 30 Days prior to departure
- Vehicle is not at disposal.
- Itinerary and price is subject to change. Additional charges will be applicable for extra sightseeing
- The quotation is based on Standard room. You can upgrade to a higher room category by paying an extra cost depending on availability
- Hotel check in is 1400hrs. and checkout would be 1000hrs. Early check-in and late check-out subject to availability
- Ac. Vehicle will be provided for transfers and sightseeing as per above schedule
- In Diwali & 18th Dec to 5th Jan will be High season and a supplement cost of 25% will be applied
Sightseeing Places in Daman
Daman a Union Territory was a Portuguese enclave for four centuries and a half till the close of the colonial rule in 1961. The first Portuguese Captain Diogo de Mello, while on his way to Ormuz, met with a violent cyclone and when all hopes were lost, suddenly found himself at the Daman coast. Daman was the battleground to oust the Portuguese and had witnessed many a wars waged against the alien powers. It had been a melting pot where races and cultures met and mixed to bring forth a multicoloured identity. This paradise of peace, solitude and contentment with its coastline about 12.5 km along the Arabian sea (the Gulf of Khambhat) was once known as Kalana Pavri or Lotus of Marshlands. A laid back little town, Daman is divided by the Damanganga river. Nani Daman (or Little Daman) in the north and Moti Daman (or Big Daman) in the south which retains something of the Portuguese atmosphere in its Government buildings and churches of colonial origins enclosed within an imposing wall.