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Agra to Daman Flights

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Book your flight tickets on Adani One . The detailed airfare calendar will help you plan your journey by offering you a list of the most affordable flights from Agra to Daman. For a hassle-free travelling experience, Adani One is your one-stop platform to book cheap air tickets. Whether you want to book a flight ticket from Agra to Daman or a return ticket from Daman to Agra, Adani One will guide you with flight details and other important information. On the platform, you will find information about the most convenient flight routes. All the major airlines are also listed on the platform, including Air India and IndiGo. You can choose the best one according to the departure time that is convenient for you. With additional discounts and offers on Adani One, you can book tickets according to your travel budget.

There are no direct or connecting flights from Agra to Daman since the airport in Daman is not usually used for commercial flights, but for military flight operations. The nearest airport to Daman, with flights from Agra, is the airport in Mumbai. Every day, there are around 5 flights from Agra to Mumbai which are mainly operated by IndiGo. These flights are all connecting flights with layovers in Bengaluru, mostly. Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj International Airport in Mumbai is about 165 km away from Daman.

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Flights from Agra to Daman


About Mumbai Airport

Mumbai Airport, officially known as Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj International Airport (IATA code: BOM), is one of the busiest international airports in India. The airport has a high volume of international and domestic traffic. Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj International Airport is located on 1,450 acres of land, and the airport has two terminals. Domestic arrivals and departures are in Terminal 1. Terminal 2 is for international flight operations and for some domestic flights as well. The airport also has India’s first-ever vertical passenger terminal. Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj International Airport connects to over sixty domestic destinations and also to over forty global cities. Major airlines including IndiGo, Air India, SpiceJet, and more operate from this airport

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About Daman

Originally a Portuguese colony, Daman is one of the most popular places to visit on the western coast of India. Daman is part of the union territory of Dadra and Nagar Haveli and Daman and Diu. The Ganga Daman River splits the area into distinct halves: Moti Daman on one side and Nani Daman on the other. It is separated from the state of Gujarat by the Kolak River and the Kalai River. The best time to visit is from September through May. One of the many attractions this city has to offer includes forts, such as Moti Daman Fort and Nani Daman Fort, as well as many other attractions such as beaches, temples, and churches.

The Sultan of Gujarat handed over the surrounding areas of Daman to the Portuguese in 1559. At that time, Daman was an important place for the opium trade with China, and throughout this time, the Portuguese were a prominent naval power. Daman became a part of India in 1961 when India took over the Portuguese colonies like Goa, Diu and Daman. However, Daman's architecture, traditions, ways of life, and food habits reflect Portugal's rich connection with the place.

Residents of African, European, and Indian origin have made Daman their home, and the distinct culture created as a result of this intermingling can be seen in its dance, food, and music. Many beaches in Daman have ample opportunities for water sports enthusiasts to enjoy themselves, and its monuments attract history enthusiasts

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Devka Beach

Devka Beach is a rocky beach that is located almost 7 km from Daman. In the surrounding areas, there are restaurants and eateries for people to buy food and drink while enjoying the beautiful surroundings. There is also an amusement park nearby.

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Dominican Monastery

The Dominican Monastery enchants many visitors with stories of its rich culture and ancient heritage. This structure was once a holy site where the Catholic monks would pray. However, only fragments now remain. It is still used for theological studies and visitors can admire the engravings on the main altar and the beautiful works of art hanging on the monastery walls.[Text Wrapping Break]

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Light House

The beautiful lighthouse, which is called Old Lighthouse, is located within Moti Daman Fort and was built by the Portuguese. Visitors can climb the staircase that takes them up the lighthouse, from where they are met with a stunning view of the Arabian sea.

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Mirasol Lake Garden

Mirasol Lake has always been known as one of the most beautiful places in Daman, especially for tourists who enjoy spending time in natural surroundings. There are multiple attractions for both adults and children to enjoy themselves including fun rides and boating

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Moti Daman Fort

Moti Daman Fort, which is a 16 century fort, is revered for its colonial architecture. Considered one of the finest examples of Portuguese colonial architecture, this fort houses a beautiful Iberian Church. While the walls have been damaged due to natural calamities, it remains a popular attraction in Daman.

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Jampore Beach

Jampore Beach is the cleanest beach in Daman. It makes for a tranquil day out and has mesmerising views, with its mud-coloured blackish water enhancing its appeal. The water sports at this beach, like scuba diving and kayaking, are extremely thrilling and can make your trip to the beach


About Agra Airport

Agra Airport (IATA code: AGR) is located around 5 km from the city centre of Agra. This airport operates as a civilian enclave on an Indian Air Force base. It is spread across 4,395 square metres and has the capacity to handle around 250 passengers for both arrivals and departures. Agra Airport has one terminal with two gates to board passengers. The airport is equipped with five check-ins counters, two security counters, and three immigration counters. Agra Airport has limited connectivity, with flights only to around 5 cities like Lucknow, Bengaluru, Bhopal and Ahmedabad. There are many baggage facilities offered to passengers at Agra Airport and these include free trolleys, lost and found baggage facilities, and baggage scanners. For the comfort and convenience of passengers, the airport provides amenities such as restaurants and other eateries including places to get coffee, shopping areas to buy items such as handicrafts, medical facilities, tourist information services, assistance for passengers who are senior citizens or differently-abled, and more.

About Agra

Agra is a city in Uttar Pradesh which is rich in history. It is located in the western part of Uttar Pradesh on the banks of Yamuna River. Agra's earliest mention comes from the epic Mahabharata in which it is referred to as 'Agravana', meaning paradise in Sanskrit. Ptolemy, a second-century geographer, was the first who referred to Agra by its modern name. The city of Agra was also the capital of the Mughal empire during a certain period of time.

This city attracts tourists from all over the world owing to its many attractions including the famous Taj Mahal, Agra Fort, tombs, religious monuments, gardens, parks, marketplaces, and much more. In addition to tourism, Agra also has a popular university and its industries include leather goods and carpets. There are many festivals celebrated in Agra and the more popular ones include Janmashtami. The best time to visit Agra is from October to March when the pleasant climate makes sightseeing easy and enjoyable. The coldest months during this period, though, are between December to January when the weather can be as cold as 2°C. So winter tourists to Agra should pack warm clothing.

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Akbars Tomb

As you enter the tomb of Mughal emperor Akbar, you will see elaborate designs, detailed carvings, and stunning calligraphy. This monument was built in 1613 by Akbar’s son Jahangir. It is made of red sandstone, and is a favourite destination for those who admire architecture and history.

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Fatehpur Sikri

Fatehpur Sikri is a historic city situated on a rocky ridge that is 3 km long and 1 km wide and is built combining both Islamic and Hindu architectural styles. Founded by Akbar, the Mughal emperor, in 1569, Fatehpur Sikri contains a palace, residences, and a large hall. A UNESCO World Heritage Site, this is one of the most magnificent places to visit in Agra.[Text Wrapping Break]

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Itmad Ud Daulahs Tomb

Near the Yamuna River, look out for this beautifully designed tomb made of Rajasthani white marble. The tomb was built by Nur Jahan, the wife of Mughal emperor Jahangir, in the 1620s for her father. There are also semi-precious stones within the marble that visitors can see

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Jama Masjid

The signature dome and minarets of this red sandstone mosque is one of the most popular places to visit in Agra. This mosque has golden inscriptions on a royal blue background and is a must-see attraction. This 16th-century mosque is popularly known as the “Friday Mosque” due to the prayers that are held at the mosque every Friday.

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Taj Mahal

The Taj Mahal is situated near the river Yamuna in Agra. Although it was built in the 1600s by Mughal emperor Shah Jahan for his favourite wife, Mumtaz Mahal, the Taj Mahal still remains an architectural masterpiece and the beautiful ivory-white marble mausoleum is visited by many. In 1983, the monument was declared a UNESCO World Heritage Site.

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Mehtab Bagh

Mehtab Bagh in Agra lies to the north of the Taj Mahal and Agra Fort along the banks of the river Yamuna. This garden is inspired by verses from the Quran, in which a garden is mentioned. Mehtab Bagh gets its name from the spot in the garden where Shah Jahan would watch the moonlit Taj Mahal

Frequently Asked Questions

There are no direct or connecting flights from Agra to Daman. The nearest airport to Daman is the airport in Mumbai, which is located around 165 km away and has flights from Agra. 

The journey by road from Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj International Airport in Mumbai to Daman should take approximately 3.5 to 4 hours, depending on the time of day you are travelling.

The flight with the minimum flying time from Agra to Mumbai is a 5-hour and 50-minute IndiGo flight with a short 1-hour and 50-minute layover in Bengaluru. 

The best time to visit Daman is from September through May, when there is pleasant weather for tourists to enjoy the city.

Although alcohol is prohibited in neighbouring Gujarat, there are no restrictions on buying or consuming alcohol in Daman.

For Indian citizens, the entry ticket costs Rs. 50 and there are different ticket costs for non-Indian citizens. For children under the age of 15, entry is free. However, to see the main mausoleum of the Taj, there are additional charges of Rs. 200 along with your entry ticket. 

When planning your trip, it must be noted that the Taj Mahal is closed for viewing (both Indian and non-Indian citizens) on Fridays.

Visitors are prohibited from eating, smoking, scratching or touching the walls, and using drone photography.

Air India and IndiGo are some of the prominent airlines that operate from Agra Airport.

Passengers can carry up to 7 kg of cabin baggage and 15 kg of check-in luggage for their Agra to Mumbai domestic flight. Other airlines have different baggage allowances depending on the class of flight ticket.

Daman and Diu are two districts of the union territory of Dadra and Nagar Haveli and Daman and Diu. Both are located on the western coast of India and the distance from Daman to Diu is around 672 km by road.

It is  estimated that in around two days, you can explore Agra and visit the major tourist destinations in the city.

There are many hotels for tourists in Daman including The Deltin, Hotel Silver, Hotel Ambica, Nest Beacon Resort, Hotel Sovereign, and more.
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Airport Information

Mumbai Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj International Airport, Santacruz East, Mumbai - 400099, India

Agra Civil Air Terminal Kheria, Uttar Pradesh 282008