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No cleanliness

The tents and hawkers increased drastically encouraging drunkards and goons with non veg fast... read more

Reviewed 3 weeks ago
Navi Mumbai, India
Can avoid this place

This place so small only 20-30 shops are available. Water is muddy. Beach is required cleanness... read more

Reviewed 3 weeks ago
Ankleshwar, India
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“on the rocks” (5 reviews)
“nice beach” (13 reviews)
“nice place” (9 reviews)
Near Nani Daman, Daman, India
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Reviewed 3 weeks ago

The tents and hawkers increased drastically encouraging drunkards and goons with non veg fast foods having no cleanliness or safety measures for a family visit where no white sands or breeze but rocks and untidy camel rides.

3  Thank jojo5222
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

This place so small only 20-30 shops are available. Water is muddy. Beach is required cleanness. Parking is big issue here. If you really want to enjoy beach then visit Jempore beach. You can enjoy liquor and sea food there.

Thank CNJ97
Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile

One should avoid this place for tourist point of view. Ofcourse there are plenty of options for liquor and non veg.If anyone wants to visit a beach in Daman (if at all),I would recommend jampore beach. Water in devka beach is muddy, not enough deep...More

Thank spkaiga
Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile

There's no beach ''beach'' thing here, low level of water and rocky area, all the hotels are nearby the beach. Even after paying huge amount of money, Auto-Rickshaw drivers don't behave properly rather they have lots of tantrums to show to the passengers. I would...More

Thank 232sudeshnam
Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile

Horribly polluted and dirty beach . Not even worth a visit I feel . Mumbai beaches are nice than in Daman . Shacks are there which serve snacks and alcohol but I found they were themselves throwing the leftover food at the beach . Disgusting...More

Thank rohit_b37
Reviewed 4 weeks ago via mobile

The beach is not a sand beach, it is a rock beach and really dirty. Go only if you want cheap booze and have nothing else to do! P.S. don't go if you want to avoid lusty stares and peeing men.

Thank rami19
Reviewed 7 October 2017 via mobile

Had been there recently Really untidy Sand is black Booze bottles thrown all over Bad smell Food stalls are unhygienic and you can see drunkards all over

Thank ameyaable
Reviewed 4 October 2017 via mobile

The beach is a rocky beach. It has lot of shacks. Average shacks. Not too much to expect from these shacks or beaches. Good to sit and grab some beer n fish fry. Else nothing to do. U cant even sit and relax. Bad if...More

Thank Sabrina18021988
Reviewed 3 October 2017

Devka is the famous beach of Daman (Nani Daman) but the place is not very well maintained. The sand is dirty and black. However, you can walk along the beach. It is not used for bath as there are rocks in the sea. Okay place....More

Thank GolakaNath
Reviewed 2 October 2017 via mobile

This is a super dirty beach with cow dung around Absolute rocky beach with dirty water I would not recommend to venture into the water

Thank kunal18
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