India’s one of the cleanest beaches “Padubidri Beach” will reopen for backpackers. The cleanest beach well know for skyblue water and eco-friendly beach surroundings.
As per the Udupi District Administration’s official statement. District Deputy Commissioner G Jagadeesha told that Blue Flag certified beach reopen for both Indian and Foreign Tourists from 17 December 2020.
This one of the cleanest Beach received received “Blue Flag Certification” on 11 October of this year. by an international jury of the Foundation for Environmental Education (FEE), Denmark. This is not the only Cleanest beach in India. but one of the cleanest of earth. Padubidri Beach is second beach in Karnataka to received a “Blue Flag Certification“.
Padubidri is one of the smallest town in the Coastal district of Udupi in Karnataka state with a beach. it’s approx. 30km away from famous destinations like Udupi and Mangalore. National Highway 66 passes through Padubidri. Padubidri is famous for ritual Dakkebali, it has plentiful parking space, variety of food and snacks and beverages.
Jagadeesha also told that the beach was closed for visitors to finish pending bamboo cladding tasks. For more beach info check Karnataka Govt. Official Website.
Here are some Beach & Land places to visit in Udupi, Karnataka
- Kodi Beach
- Kaup Beach
- Mattu Beach
- Malpe Beach
- St. Mary’s Island
- Achakanya Falls
- Kudlu theertha Falls
- Uppinakudru Island
- Jomlu Teerth
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