Located outside the Diu fort, the Naida Caves is just as much of a photographer’s paradise as it is for an explorer. Some people say that the caves got shape when Portuguese they broke down sections of a huge rock formation, that they used for construction.
Though it is also studied that the caves were formed due to geological irregularities and processes over a significant amount of time. The caves have an intricate network of tunnels and huge step- like structures and you can spend a couple of hours in the overwhelming silence and trying to figure out where the stairs actually lead to. A maze of orange rock caves, with brilliant sunbeams gleaming in from a natural opening, creates the best shadow play for the perfect shot.