Last Updated on by Anand Raj
With active Covid-19 cases at an all time low and recovery rates surging past infection rates, several destinations in India are opening their borders for travel and tourism again.
Many destinations are open to tourism without restrictions which includes Himachal Pradesh, Goa, Rajasthan and Uttarakhand.
In this situation, one might wonder whether its safe to travel or go for a holiday? However, as restrictions are eased, people will gradually are gradually adopting to the ‘new normal’.
According to a researcher Gautam Menon, COVID-19 it is not feasible to prolong the lockdown beyond a certain time, particularly economically, socially, and psychologically.
Entry of travelers is allowed provided they strictly follow the protocols and guidelines issued by the state government. Listed below are the few states which are now open to travelers.
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Goa is yet another popular tourist destination in India which is now allowing the domestic tourists arrival, provided the visitors to follow the guidelines issued by the State Government. After a long wait of about 3 months, Goa’s hospitality sector is belatedly but fortunately back to its business. Deputy Chief Minister of Goa Manohar Ajgaonkar stated that almost 250 hotels can continue their operations with standard operating methods. The state government has regulated some specific guidelines which are divided into 3 phases before travel, during travel, and upon arrival. Now, pre-booking of accommodation at hotels and homestays is compulsory with the tourism department’s permission. Visitors are required to show a negative report of COVID-19 from the last 48 hours. Restaurants will be operated on a takeaway basis. However, the bars and several beach shacks will remain closed until further notice. If you are looking for offbeat holiday experience in Goa for that additional safety and hygiene during these times of pandemic, check out our post on how to go offbeat in Goa. For a package tour to Goa, browse though our collection packages to plan a trip to Goa.
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Now wildlife enthusiasts can redeem their happiness by visiting Madhya Pradesh. The important highlight of the unlocking is that the forest department is reopening all the national parks in the state as Madhya Pradesh is a genuine paradise for wildlife enthusiasts. It is home to 11 national parks and 24 wildlife sanctuaries including Panna, Kanha, and Bandhavgarh National Park.
Recently the state government has also announced the reopening of hotels and resorts along with various tourist activities. For the safety purpose of visitors, the board is also offering RV caravans which are well-equipped vehicles assures a safe ride following social distancing with good space.
You can enjoy your on-road trip via caravan more comfortably including a halt at calm spots for a picnic. To ease your travel planning, you may browse through our collection of packages to plan a trip to Madhya Pradesh.
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Known for its salubrious weather and lush hills, Himachal Pradesh is one of the most popular tourist destinations in India which has opened up for tourism without restrictions. With festival season approaching and weather cooling down, Himachal Pradesh is receiving healthy number of tourists already. Also, the great Indian wedding season is also on and with hill stations opening up, newly married couples and those planning to get married are also planning their honeymoon in Himachal.
However, there are some SoPs and guidelines issued by the tourism department to check the spread of the pandemic.
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Rajasthan has now begun a new phase of easing the limitations and trying to boost its tourism. Rajasthan is also one of the major states that depend on tourism and amongst the first few states to permit the opening up of ASI (Archaeological Survey of India) protected monuments
The monuments will be open for only four days a week, that is Tuesday, Thursday, Saturday, and Sunday, and it is mandatory to follow the social distancing protocols by every visitor. Rajasthan is renowned for its 342 protected monuments. The government has also issued SOPs (standard operating procedures) for post-Covid-19 safe travel. Tourists will be allowed to enter only in groups of five and wearing masks has been made mandatory.
Many cultural exhibitions held at venues like Hawa Mahal, Jantar Mantar, Albert Hall, and many others have resumed with a protocol. To save your effort in travel planning, you may browse through our collection of Rajasthan tour packages.
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The Uttarakhand state had opened its doors to tourism without any restrictions.
The Government has recently opened its borders for tourists from various states of India including international travelers. International tourists will be required to undergo seven days of institutional quarantine and seven days of home quarantine.
Visitors from Indian states no longer have to submit the negative COVID-19 and other required medical reports at the checkpoints to enter the state. The government has also allowed the hotels and homestays to accept bookings for tourists. Restrictions for Chardham Yatras have also been lifted.