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Very beautiful garden

Very beautiful garden  Video Review
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Nakshtra Garden

Ompal
27th Dec 17

Dudhni lake

Dudhni lake  Video Review
00:36

Dudhni Lake

Surbhi Sukanth
22nd Oct 17

Lion safari

Lion safari  Video Review
02:04

Silvassa Vasona Lion Safari

Surbhi Sukanth
22nd Oct 17

Very good garden to visit with family

Very good garden to visit with family  Video Review
01:58

Nakshtra Garden

Ankush Sunkale
16th Nov 16

Vandhara garden, Silvassa

Vandhara garden, Silvassa  Video Review
00:52

Vandhara Udyan

Ankush Sunkale
16th Nov 16

Good for nature lovers

Good for nature lovers  Video Review
02:04

Madhuban Dam

Ankush Sunkale
30th Jun 18

Good for everyone

Good for everyone  Video Review
01:48

Hirva Van

Ankush Sunkale
24th May 18

Great museum

Great museum  Video Review
00:45

Tribal Cultural Museum

Ompal
27th Dec 17

Very nice park

Very nice park  Video Review
00:34

Deer Park

Ompal
27th Dec 17

Dudhni lake/end point

Dudhni lake/end point  Video Review
00:40

Dudhni Lake

Anurag Sukanth
22nd Oct 17

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Reasons to go to Silvassa

1The Mud Rush
The Mud Rush

A one of a kind Adrenaline infused event, The Mud Rush is designed to provide a thrilling experience to its participants. Some of the former participants say it’s not about games and crossing hurdles in a muddy landscape but an experience of a lifetime. A 5km long muddy stretched populated with stacks of hay, barrier walls and a steep slopes. It also has a kickass after party.

When: August 8

Where: Dudhani Lake, Silvassa

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2A Big Boost For Your Confidence
A Big Boost For Your Confidence

While travelling solo you may face various problems, make decisions and even take some risks when you’re on own. All these situations will, with no doubts, make you stronger, braver and much more confident though. HolidayIQ Traveller Deepika Maheshwari from Surat shares, “Silvassa is situated in Gujarat and is a good place to spend a couple of days being relaxed with your family. There are a lot of 5-star hotels and resorts where you can get relaxed enjoying water park and spa services. Nearest railway station is Vapi. Silvassa is a place where you can visit to enjoy peace life. But you will find couples more rather than family. So enjoy your trip.”

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Reviews (44)

Anurag Singh

Anurag Singh2.1/5

3 reviews

Sleepy town

There is nothing to see in this place, except some gardens, and fake lion safaris with old lions. Food is good, but overwhelming influence of kathiyawadi cuisine on the food. Overall, waste of time. Better go to Daman

Chirag doshi

Chirag doshi5.0/5

1 review

Chirag doshi

Mayur at reception very good person. Swimming pool is clean. Very cooperative staff. Clean premises. Alacata food is good. Buffe and breakfast can be made better. Good location. Very large number if rooms. One should go for minimum two days for stay. I feel if one is visiting silvasa lords is a very decent place to stay

Silvassa Overview

Silvassa is the capital of the Union Territory of Dadra and Nagar Haveli. It is situated 32 m above sea level. The city comprises large number of factories and industries, which also makes it the economic centre of Dadra and Nagar Haveli.

Valsad District of Gujarat surrounds Silvassa on its west, while the Thane District of Maharashtra surrounds it on its east, south and north. In the north-east are the hilly terrains of the Sahyadri Mountains. The total area covers 491 square km.

The name of the city is derived from a Portuguese word ‘Silva’ that means ‘wood’. The population of the place comprises mostly tribals. The hand made smoking pipes made by these tribals is a famous product of the place. The Portuguese and Marathas founded the city of Dadra and Nagar Haveli in 1779.

The place was a group of 72 villages that the Marathas gifted to the Portuguese. The Portuguese ruled the place until its liberation in 1954. After their rule, an administrator took over the city for some time. Later on, it was merged in the Indian union as a Union Territory, on 11th August 1954.

The agricultural products of Silvassa include rice, pulses and fruit crops. In Silvassa, one can see Warli Culture, which is a mix of Marathi and Gujarati along with the local Christian and Portuguese residents of the place. It is also a festival rich city and the main festivals celebrated here include Id-Ul-Zuha, Muharram, Vasant Panchmi, Holi, Mahashivratri, Ram Navami, Deepawali, Christmas, etc.

The place also offers plenty of tourist attractions like Tadkeshwara Temple, the Church of Our Lady of Piety, the Vanganga Lake, Khanvel, Hirwa Van, Haveli, and the Tribal Cultural Museum. The Tadkeshwara Temple is a historical Lord Shiva Temple situated at the banks of the River Sakartod.

The Vanganga Lake is situated 5 km from Silvassa and its wooden bridges, jogging paths, paddleboats and thatched huts make it an ideal picnic spot. The Hirwa Van is a garden situated on the Silvassa Dadra Road. Haveli is a monument where the history of Dadra and Nagar Haveli is designed in wood and stone. The Tribal Cultural Museum of Silvassa is a home to ancient masks, musical apparatus, life-size statues and various fishing gadgets.


Photos of Silvassa

Silvassa, Dadra & Nagar Haveli

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Mukeshkumar Dave

Silvassa, Dadra & Nagar Haveli
Silvassa, Dadra & Nagar Haveli

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Nitant Raut

Visit to Silvassa
Silvassa, Dadra & Nagar Haveli

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Nitant Raut

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