Dadra & Nagar Haveli Tourism
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A Trip to Silvassa
I had been to Dadra and Nagar Haveli in the month of April 2016. Silvassa is the capital of Dadra and Nagar Haveli which is a union. Nagar Haveli is nestled between Maharashtra and Gujarat whereas Dadra is located few kilometers away from Nagar Haveli in Gujarat. The must-visit attractions around Dadra and Nagar Haveli include the Satyamali deer park, Vanganga lake, Tribal cultural museum and the Roman Catholic church. The Satyamali deer park hosts a lot of deer and other animal species. The Vanganga Lake is located around 5 kilometers from Silvassa and is a beautiful lake garden. The tribal cultural museum has an exciting display of collections relating to masks, musical instruments, life-size statues and fishing equipments.
Awesome place to go!
A very good destination to refresh & chill. Went with some colleagues enjoyed a lot. A place one should visit once. It is a Union Territory in Western India. Nagar Haveli is wedged between Maharashtra and Gujarat, whereas Dadra is an enclave 1 km NW, surrounded by Gujarat. The shared capital is Silvassa.
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Dadra & Nagar Haveli Overview
Dadra & Nagar Haveli is a Union Territory situated near the west coast of India. Individually, Dadra and Nagar Haveli are two unconnected regions separated by the industrial township of Vapi in Gujarat. Nagar Haveli is the larger of the two comprising the town of Silvassa and 68 villages. It is sandwiched between Maharashtra and Gujarat. Dadra has only the town of Dadra and two more villages, and lies within Gujarat just north of Nagar Haveli. Geographically, the Union Territory is located between the hills of the Western Ghats and the Arabian Sea coast but is entirely landlocked, even though the coast is nearby. Daman Ganga River flows through the town of Dadra and the capital Silvassa lie on the north bank of the river. These territories were under Portuguese rule till 1954, when they were amalgamated into the Indian Union. The region is mainly rural except Silvassa, which has become a part of the large Vapi-Daman-Silvassa industrial area. Tribals constitute a majority of the population and Dhodia, Kokna and Varli are the main tribes. Access is easy as the area is close to the Mumbai-Delhi National Highway. Forty percent of the area is reserved forest. Hirwa Van at Piparia on the Silvassa-Dadra road is a beautiful garden with waterfalls. Vanganga Lake and the island garden in the lake at Dadra is a prime location for song-sequences in Hindi films. The Vanvihar Tourist Complex in Khanvel, 20 km from Silvassa, has a Deer Park and a cactus house. At Brindaban on Sakartod River is Tadkeshwar temple. At Dudhni on the Damanganga River there is a water sports complex.