How to Reach Daman
Sandwiched between Maharashtra, Gujarat and the Arabian Sea, Daman features rich historical heritage, pleasant climate, white sandy beaches and lush green environment. Divided in two parts viz. Nani Daman and Moti Daman, this Portuguese town is known for its exotic sea food and different varieties of liquor. Some of the must visit attractions of Daman include Mirasol Lake Garden, Jampore Beach, Cathedral of Bom Jesu, St Jerome Fort and Devka Beach. Being an important travel destination of India, Daman us well-connected to other major cities by air, road and rail.
How to Reach Daman by Air
The nearest domestic airport is located in the Nani Daman area, which has regular flights to Mumbai and Baroda. Mumbai International Airport is the nearest international airport, located at a distance of around 170 km from Daman.
How to Reach Daman by Road
Many state as well as private owned buses run to and from Daman, thereby connecting it to neighbouring towns of Mumbai and Surat which are located around 180 and 110 kilometers away respectively.
How to Reach Daman by Rail
Located around 12 km away from Daman, Vapi is the nearest railway station, connecting the city to other major Indian cities. From outside the station, you can hire a taxi or opt for local buses, in order to reach any part of the city.