Cleanest Beaches: These are the.. 5 cleanest beaches of the country, where you can enjoy blue water, dry sand and greenery...
India is the first country to receive 'Blue Flag' certification for ten beaches. Let us tell you, that Blue Flag certification is an eco-label that is awarded to the cleanest beaches in the world. Currently, more than 4573 beaches, boats, and marines have received this certification worldwide and ten Indian beaches are also included in the list. Let us tell you about those 5 beaches, where you can reach easily.
Shivrajpur Beach, Dwarka, Gujarat
Shivrajpur Beach, Gujarat also comes in the list of Blue Flag beaches in India. Located 15 minutes north of the Rukmani Temple in Dwarka, this beach is great for bird and marine life viewing.
Kappad Beach, Kerala
Kappad beach in Kerala is one of the Indian blue flag beaches. Located at a distance of 16 km from Kozhikode, it is the perfect place to witness the beauty of nature. You can also enjoy the backwaters here.
Golden Beach, Puri, Odisha
Golden Beach in Puri, Odisha is the first Blue Flag-certified beach in Asia. Here you will get to see a plastic-free environment, a solar energy system, and many other better facilities.
Radhanagar Beach, Andaman and Nicobar Islands
Radhanagar Beach was awarded as the 7th best beach in the world in 2004. It has also been recognized as the best Asian beach in 2004. Here you will find facilities like showers and locker rooms, and there are also many shacks where you can comfortably spend some time in peace.
Ghoghla Beach, Diu
Ghoghla Beach in Diu is one of the best Blue Flag-certified beaches in India. This attractive beach is home to fun activities like water scooters and parasailing. This beach also remains clean due to fewer tourists coming here.
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