Ground Report | New Delhi: List of world’s cleanest rivers; The Umngot River in Meghalaya is one of the cleanest rivers in the world, the Ministry of Jal Shakti said in a tweet on Tuesday, November 16. The Ministry appreciated the people of Meghalaya for maintaining the cleanliness of the river and wished all Indian rivers.
The Ministry of Jal Shakti said in a tweet that it is one of the cleanest rivers in the world. It is in India. Umangot River, 100 km from Shillong in the state of Meghalaya. It is as if the boat is in the air; The water is so clear and transparent. I wish all our rivers were clean like this. Salute to the people of Meghalaya.
There are many rivers in the world but most of them are polluted today. But in this world of pollution and pollution, there are still some rivers which are completely clean.
List of world’s cleanest rivers
Umngot River in Meghalaya
The Umngot River is located at a distance of about 100 km from Shillong, the capital of Meghalaya. The Ministry of Jal Shakti said it is “one of the cleanest rivers in the world”.
River Thames – London, UK
London’s River Thames has come a long way. The Thames was once declared a biologically dead river. This was due to the high level of pollution and pollution present in the water. The situation got so bad that in the 1800s it was also called the Great Stink. People also faced major health problems, including outbreaks of cholera.
One of the most desirable vacation destinations on earth. White sandy beaches, crystal clear waters and numerous resorts define the heavenly islands. The water here is definitely part of the architecture: you can stay in water villas, some of which even have transparent floors so you can admire the marine life.
Jiuzhaigou Valley, Sichuan, China
One of the most incredible natural reserves in the world, the park’s clean nature makes it a popular tourist destination. The five-colour pond has the clearest water here, highlighting the multifaceted underwater life.
Peto Lake, Rocky Mountains, Canada
The turquoise lake found in Banff National Park is fed by a glacier. Nestled in a valley, the lake is surrounded by three high peaks and offers a wonderful panorama. The radiant color prevails in summer when melting glaciers bring rock flour into the lake.
The Blue River, Greenland
The Blue River is one of the greatest places to kayak and explore arctic beauty. Every year the river has a different shape, but it is always amazing. The nature here is clean and there is no infrastructure, so traveling here is challenging but adventurous.
Blue Lake, South Island, New Zealand
It is said to be the cleanest lake in the world. It is almost as clean as distilled water and is considered sacred to Māori. Although swimming is not allowed in the lake, there are plenty of activities to do here: from hiking, fishing, to camping in the park.
The small island of the Mediterranean Sea is often called the Balearic Jewel: it has 120 amazing beaches! This is definitely one of the most exciting places in the Balearic Islands. Apart from swimming in the crystal clear waters, canoeing and kayaking are other popular activities.