Stop 1: Daman Fort (7 AM to 9 AM)
You’re probably wondering why we suggest visiting a fort so early in the morning? Reason’s simple: Forts are open spaces, which means the later you go, the greater the chance of the sun blazing on your head, possibly canceling the idea of even sipping (forget chugging on a cold beer) later in the day. If you’re hungry, carry some snacks with you.
What’s Special: One can expect to delight in mesmerizing and breathtaking views across the river to Nani Daman from the bulwarks near the lighthouse.
LBB Tip: Visit the lighthouse first to get a glimpse of how you can spot ships at a distance away
Stop 2: Breakfast (9.15 AM to 10.15 AM)
You can get a good Lebanese breakfast at Kathi junction that raves about its shawarma rolls. Also friendly for the vegetarian and vegan palette, Kathi junction is recommended in the Daman tour guide as one of the best places to grab a good breakfast before heading out.
If you’re not in a mood to have food on the go and prefer sitting, given that you’ve been exploring all morning, check O’Coqueiro Restaurant that has some lovely seafood varieties, but also offers a good option to vegetarian tourists.
Stop 3: Garden Hopping (10.30 AM to 1.30 PM)
Once you’re done with breakfast, take a rickshaw to the gardens of the town. Daman has a variety of gardens to check out such as the Jetty Garden and the Kadaiya Lake Garden. The Daman Kadaiya Lake Garden also known as Mirasol Lake Garden is located near Kadaiya village in Nani Daman. Near this garden is a picturesque lake that allows boating.
However, the Jetty Garden is more of a garden in the truer sense with well-done lawns and playing space for children.