10 States of India Open for Tourism

 In 2020 after Covid pandemic outburst Tourism in India got effected hardly, in December tourism Opened but due to second wave of Novel Covid Travel Tourism in India effected once again.

                                                                 

Every travel lover has a question today, when will tourism resume in India?

And the answer is Yes, From June 2021 Many States of India are now open for tourism and lifted the restrictions for the tourists to enjoy the popular India holiday destinations. Certain protocols & guidelines must be followed by the tourists to enjoy their vacation.

Are you planning to travel? Choose the destination from below state pack your bags, follow the guidelines and enjoy your vacation.

1.Rajasthan:   

    Rajasthan, one of the best holiday destinations in India is   Open for Tourists with below protocols.

a. Provide health status through Arogya Setu App &Undergo thermal screening wherever necessary.

b. Travellers arriving from other states require RTPCR -ve report 72 hrs prior. If vaccinated fully and having the certificate RTPCR is not mandatory.

c. E pass is not required.

2. Uttarakhand:

Uttarakhand one of the best tourist destinations in India is Open for Tourists with below restrictions.

a. RT-PCR test before 72 hrs is required.

b. e pass is required.

 c. Open for tourists from other states by July end for Char Dham Yatra. However, Char Dham yatra is open for Uttarakhand Tourists.10 pm to 7am toursits are not allowed to enter state.

 d. Undergo thermal screening wherever necessary.

3.Gujrat:

Open for Tourists with below restrictions,

  1. Provide health status through Arogya Setu App & Undergo thermal screening wherever necessary.
  2. Travellers arriving from other states ,RTPCR -ve report 72 hrs prior is mandatory. If vaccinated fully and having the certificate RTPCR is not mandatory.
  3. Travelling in small group is recommended.

4.Telangana:

Open for Tourists with below restrictions,

  1. Provide health status through Arogya Setu App & Undergo thermal screening wherever necessary.
  2. RTPCR test is not mandatory.
  3. Travelling in small group is recommended.

5.Himachal Pradesh:

Open for Tourists with below restrictions,

  1. Provide health status through Arogya Setu App & Undergo thermal screening wherever necessary.
  2. Travellers arriving from other states RTPCR -ve report 72 hrs prior is mandatory. If vaccinated fully and having the certificate RTPCR is not mandatory.
  3. Tourists arriving from other states must apply for online e pass.

  6. Karnataka:

        Open for Tourists in July with below restrictions,

 a. It is mandatory self-Registration on Seva Sindhu Portal, https://sevasindhu.karnataka.gov.in/

b. Travellers arriving from other states RTPCR -ve report 72 hrs prior is mandatory.

c. Undergo thermal screening wherever necessary.

7.Andhra Pradesh:

Open for Tourists with below restrictions,

  1. No RT-PCR test required is required, but all passengers must undergo mandatory thermal screening prior to travel, and register themselves on www.spandana.ap.gov.in.
  2. Undergo thermal screening wherever necessary.

8.Ladakh:

Open for Tourists with below restrictions,

        a. Provide health status through Arogya Setu App &Undergo thermal screening wherever         necessary.

b. Travellers arriving from other states require RTPCR -ve report 72 hrs prior

  9.Madhya Pradesh:

       a. No RT-PCR test is required. Passengers from Maharashtra, RTPCR test reports mandatory.

      b. No e pass required.

      c. Update health status on Indore 311 App for next 14 days.

      d. Undergo thermal screening wherever necessary.

10.Goa:

  Open for Tourists after July 2021 with below protocols,

  1. Provide health status through Arogya Setu App & Undergo thermal screening wherever necessary.
  2. Tourists coming from other states must provide fully vaccinated certificate and Covid negative reports 72 hrs prior.

About Author

We are passionate about exploring new places. As travel lover ,exploring new places ,new culture, cuisines and their lifestyles in different region of India.
Also Journey of travelling from local state bus to tasting bhajjis from a roadside Thelas is very enjoyable.

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