Sunday, 24 February 2013

Dadra and Nagar Haveli Tourism

Dadra and Nagar Haveli is an oasis of idyllic green whose landscape is a kaleidoscope of jungle-clad hills, verdant rolling plains dotted with sylvan water bodies and laced by the rippling cascades of streams and meandering rivers. Consequently, Dadra and Nagar Haveli Tourism is a flourishing and revenue generating industry. 

The beautiful union territory sited near the coast of the voluminous Arabian Sea is opulent in breathtaking locales and spectacular tourist attractions. Tourists entering the union territory are greeted by the spellbinding chiaroscuro of a sprawling and landscaped Garden Vanganga and a beautiful lake, shimmering like a mirage of quicksilver. 

The Hirwavan garden, Piparia is another exquisite property replete with cascading waterfalls and the vibrant hues of the seasonal blooms that welcomes tourists to the capital city, Silvassa. The garden owes its nomenclature to the local, venerable deity Hirwa. 

The Tribal Museum , Silvassa is another fascinating place that offers an enlightening insight into the quintessential tribal cultural legacy of the tribes of Dadra and Nagar Haveli. The museum opens up a treasure trove of cultural delights for city slickers on a sojourn to the union territory. Be it their archetypal chunky jewelry, musical instruments and other multifarious domestic and occupational paraphernalia, the museum showcases it all. 

The Vanvihar Tourist Complex, Chauda and the Tapovan Tourist Complex, Bindrabin are a set of comfortable and tastefully furnished and quaint cottages that are strategically located to offer accommodation and promote tourism in the union territory. 

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