Travel Updates On Indian States Encouraging Tourism Now!

Travel updates: A ray of hope for all the wandering souls! As soon as we entered Unlock 2.0, India started opening up for tourism, and finally, travelers can take their bags and head straight to the destination they are eager to see! However, at the critical time of COVID-19, nothing comes without restrictions and such is the case with the reopening of the tourism sector.

While India is running out of coronovirus and cases are still increasing, it is imperative to pack our new journey ie packing masks, gloves and a negative report of your COVID-19 test. get the latest Travel update About the Indian states that are open and all the necessary precautions you should take as a responsible traveler! And remember, social discrimination is the new cool!

Jammu and Kashmir opens only to tourists arriving by air!

guidelines:

  • Only passengers arriving by flights are allowed to enter the state.
  • All tourists must book their hotel and houseboat.
  • Return tickets will be checked by the authorities.
  • All passengers will have to take RT-PCR test as soon as they enter J&K and wait in their hotels until the results are out.
  • Taxis will be booked through the hotel where the passenger stops.
  • All travelers will have to install and update the Arogya Setu app on their mobile.

Himachal Pradesh is now open to all travelers!

guidelines:

  • Get yourself tested in an ICMR-accredited laboratory and over a period of the last 72 hours.
  • Take your negative COVID-19 test report with you.
  • Travelers will have to stay in Himachal Pradesh for a minimum of 5 days.
  • It is mandatory to pre-book hotels for at least 5 days.
  • All travelers must register on the COVID e-pass software before going to the state.
  • All travelers will have to install and update the Arogya Setu app on their mobiles.

Goa opens its doors to domestic travelers

Alert

  • The state government has announced Public Curfew Till 10 August.
  • Janta Curfew Timing: 8 pm to 6 am

guidelines:

  • Only domestic tourists are allowed.
  • All tourists must pre-book their hotels.
  • Tourists must bring a negative COVID-19 test report or test at the border before entering the state.
  • All travelers will have to install and update the Arogya Setu app on their mobile.

Uttarakhand travel ban removed!

Alert

  • The state government has announced that now pilgrims from all states can apply for e-pass. Char Dham Yatra And visit Uttarakhand with a negative test report.

guidelines:

      • All travelers are allowed to visit the state.
      • It is mandatory to carry a negative COVID-19 test report.
      • Negatively tested tourists will not have to remain in quarantine for 7 days upon arrival.
      • Tourists must pre-book their hotel for at least 7 days or they will not be allowed to enter the state.
      • All travelers will have to install and update the Arogya Setu app on their mobile.

Madhya Pradesh reopens with ‘Intezaar Apka’ campaign and entices travelers!

guidelines:

      • All the monuments, national parks and temples are now open.
      • All hotels and resorts can be pre-booked by travelers.
      • All passengers can visit the state with a negative COVID-19 test report.
      • The state is offering RV caravans so that social distance can be practiced.
      • All travelers will have to install and update the Arogya Setu app on their mobiles.

Rajasthan travel ban!

guidelines:

    • A negative COVID-19 report is mandatory.
    • All monuments, wildlife safaris and organic parks are open to tourists.
    • Memorials will be open on Tuesdays, Thursdays, Saturdays and Sundays.
    • A group of maximum 5 passengers will be allowed simultaneously at any tourist attraction.
    • All travelers will have to install and update the Arogya Setu app on their mobile.

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