Two Indian beaches receive prestigious Blue Flag certification

Published 1 year ago

Two of India's immaculate Beaches, Eden in Pondicherry, and Kovalam in Tamil Nadu have gotten the desired Blue Flag confirmation. The authentication is given by the Foundation for Environment Education in Denmark (FEE) to eco-accommodating objections. The worldwide acknowledgment of these two beaches point towards the responsibility of India's travel industry to create eco-accommodating objections. 

This, however recertifications have been granted to eight different beaches in India. These are, Shivrajpur in Gujarat, Ghoghla in Diu, Kasarkod and Padubidri in Karnataka, Kappad in Kerala, Rushikonda in Andhra Pradesh, Golden in Odisha and Radhanagar in Andaman and Nicobar. These eight objections were granted the Blue Flag authentication last year. Bhupender Yadav, Minister for Environment, Forest, and Climate Change, took to Twitter and complimented everybody by saying that it is one more achievement in the excursion of the country towards a perfect and green India. 

G Krishna Reddy, Union Tourism Minister, said, "One more quill in India's perfect and green undertaking. The expansion of two new beaches, Kovalam in Tamil Nadu and Eden in Puducherry to the current eight as global blue banner beaches, while offering push to eco-the travel industry will additionally help the travel industry in India." 

In present day times, nations across the world are looking towards more manageable types of the travel industry. Eco-delicate places like beaches, and public parks, ought to be particularly dealt with. During such a period, beaches, for example, Kovalam, and Eden fill in as an update that we could change our traveler locales, and make them more sensitive to the climate.