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My Impression was like it will be just a small Island but it's not it a huge one Local Tribes lives there even have kind of Small Market Place and District Highway inside.
Government water careers are available which will carry your vehicle from one...More
Need to take ferry to reach island which is a good experience but the island has no major tourist attractions.only good place here is church and there is hardly any place to eat out here.people are good but some time they may misguide you so...More
Visiting Divar Island is like going back in time, with no bridges connecting the island to the mainland the only way to get there is by the jetty. This has ensured minimal commercialization of this island which is very picturesque and lush with greenery, yet...More
If you are not a big fan of beaches or this is your 3rd /4th trip to goa or you want to try out off beat goa then Divar Island Village is apt for you.
Its in North Goa, near Panjim. You need...More
divar island, a small island about 10 km from panjim is an unexplored beauty of Goa.
If u have seen the movie finding fanny you will know that , the shooting was done in this island. The best thing to do is just take a...More
We had this lucky chance to visit Divar island... What an experience it was.. The short distance barge/ferry takes you to this magical land...
The island is cut off from the hustle bustle Panjim... serene and calm..
Flat lands and small hills... beautiful Portugese houses...More
If you are looking for some peace in the hustle bustle and want to wander back in time head to Divar. Its not far from Panjim... and the whole journey is beautiful.. the best part is ferry ride to Divar.. there are mutliple ferry ports...More