A one of a kind ordeal of the waterfront Saurashtra district is the nearness of the Hoka Palm trees. As one drives towards and around Diu, the expansive populace of these trees is certain to flabbergast voyagers as these trees are local toward the northern portion of Africa and areas of the Arabian Peninsula, normally called as 'Doum Palm' trees. Diu is ts the main area in India where these trees are found, enhancing the common excellence of this beach front an area.
The Hoka trees are one of a kind in their structure, with branches and branches exuding from their focal trunk. They are most usually found in forsake zones around the desert gardens. The Hoka seed is a delightful red-oval structure, which takes after a cricket ball, that hangs high up of the palm-like structure of the trees. These organic products were utilized by Ancient Egyptians amid burial service customs. It is exceedingly consumable, with parts of its substance utilized as a part of ious zones while cooking by the occupants of Diu and Saurashtra,