Uttarakhand Opens For Tourism:Checkout visitor guidelines


Uttarakhand Opens For Tourism:Checkout visitor guidelines

Mountain fans, here's great news for all of you! The mountainous state of Uttarakhand was finally opened to tourists. The Uttarakhand government lifted all restrictions on interstate and provincial travel. International travelers are also allowed within the state now. Hotels and family homes outside containment areas have already started businesses. But before planning your summer vacation in Uttarakhand, you need to know certain things. Read on!

Uttarakhand reopened to tourists

The Uttarakhand government now allows tourists from other parts of the country to enter. However, the country has issued specific guidelines for visitors, which are as follows:

1. People visiting Uttarakhand from other parts of the country should upload a COVID-19 test report to the Dehradun Smart City portal online.

2. The provincial authorities will verify the medical records of visitors at entry points.

3. In hotels, tourists must submit an RT-PCR report, no longer than 72 hours, that reflects negative COVID-19, from an ICMR accredited laboratory. We take this opportunity to tell you about staying in a forest in Woodnotes Forest Stay, Uttarakhand.

4. International tourists must register on the above-mentioned portal and undergo seven days in institutional quarantine and seven days at home.

5. Travelers from other Indian states do not need quarantine. However, they must register on the web portal before their flight.

6. Tourists can stay in the country as long as they want. Hotels and accommodations have been directed to make reservations for a minimum of seven days.

7. The bars in the hotel building will remain closed. However, alcoholic drinks can be served as part of room service.
Char Dham Yatra from Uttarakhand started on July 1 only for state pilgrims
Char Dam Yatra began the four Himalayan protectorates in Uttarakhand Kedarnath, Badrinath, Gangotri, and Yamunotri on July 1 for pilgrims from the state. To ensure adequate social communication is maintained, the Uttarakhand Council Char Dham Devasthanam issued a new list of guidelines for worshipers to follow. According to the guidelines, only Uttarakhand residents can benefit from the electronic passes of Darshan Temple. They were strongly advised not to touch any idols while visiting temples.

Uttarakhand reported 2,984 confirmed cases of coronavirus, of which 2,405 patients had recovered. Without a doubt, it is one of the safest places to visit now in India. Also, if you are planning a trip, try to take the road because driving may be the most reliable way to travel during an epidemic, according to the CDC.

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