A neem tree graces the steps of a distinctly Portuguese and Catholic Church deboted to Saint Francisco.
A young banyan grows out into the sea from a monument tower near the Fort at Diu Island
No visit to Diu Island is complete without a look at the Seashell Museum, where you can find a variety of shells from around the world as well as a nice branching palm in the front yard
On the intricately water-eroded rock shelf near Diu Fort, a branching African Hoka palm grows by the ocean
Within the half-ruined old Portuguese citadel at Diu island are several lonely trees inclding this banyan tree
A rare branching African Hoka palm stands guards at one of the gates to the Portuguese Fort of Diu
A superbly squat, elderly, and elephantine baobab is hidden in the woods near Nagoa beach.