The waves are slamming. The sun is setting. People are giggling and grasping under the sunset. The feel of the sand squishes gradually through your toes as you merrily stroll down the shoreline of the outer banks. If your favourite place to unwind yourself is beach then Kelva Beach is the place to be! The best feeling is to take a gander at the sun when it starts to set. The hues whirl together in a tangled mass over the sky. Crash! Streak! The sky turns wild. Lightning throws itself crosswise over what was before the agreeable coldblooded paradise.
Kelva Beach also known as Kelwa beach or Kelwe beach is located at nearly 90 kilometres in Mumbai’s north is a perfect place to spend a small getaway especially for people close to Palghar. It has the lagest coastline of Arabian Sea in Palghar District. The wow element of the shoreline is the plenitude of the Suru trees and it is the most looked weekend destination by the neighbourhood masses, domestic guests from Mumbai and furthermore from other.
This beautiful beach is around 8 km, wide long! The shoreline is peacefully lovely and all around looked after shoreline. There are numerous fun activities on the shoreline excessively like ATV ride, horse ride, camel ride and so forth. Kelva fort and Sheetala Devi temple located at the lakeside are also the attraction of the beach. There are many resorts and luxurious hotels in the area for a comfortable stay over a weekend or getaways.
It is easily accessible from the Kelve Road station arranged around 7 kilometres away. It is likewise a 15-minute ride on an 8-seater rickshaw from Palghar. Kelwa Beach is additionally associated with state transport buses which make frequent trips from Palghar or Saphale and Kelwa Road to station.
DO NOT THROW GARBAGE ON THE BEACH !!
Please do not throw plastic or any form of garbage carelessly on the beach as it is a threat to the health of Environment, Stray dogs, Birds and Fishes that eat garbage to find food.
This is a critical problem and can be taken care of by making it a practice of throwing DRY and WET garbage in their respective Garbage Bins.
Garbage emits bad fumes into the environment that are dangerous to inhale. This make the environment and the beach unattractive for tourists visiting the beach.
Lets work together towards CLEAN INDIA, GREEN INDIA and support SWACHH BHARAT ABHIYAN.
Warning: Swimming in Sea Water
– Don´t swim in prohibited notice area
– Don´t swim far from shore
– Don´t swim in low tide
– Don´t cross two ft water level
– Don´t drink and swim
– Don´t swim at night
– Protect eye and mouth from water
– Try to swim on your back
– Don´t Dive
– Keep your childrent safe watching