India’s tourists’ hubs have begun welcoming tourists. All those with wanderlust in their hearts are happy as travel destinations are reopened in India. Travel during COVID-19 times is a savage affair if one has no clue of travel restrictions. Here are travel advisories for Uttarakhand and Kerala tourism.
- Uttarakhand Travel-Tourism Guidelines:
The travellers from Delhi will be allowed to enter Uttarakhand via the Ashkrodi, Kulhan and Pass Gate border check-posts only after they undergo a Rapid Antigen COVID-19 test. The air travellers, passengers arriving at Dehradun’s Jolly Grant Airport and the those arriving by railway stations will also be tested.
- Kerala Travel-Tourism Guidelines:
Travellers to Kerala must ensure that they are carrying/wearing (whatever is appropriate) a mask, a sanitiser, and a specific travel itinerary. A pre-registration in the Jagratha portal https://covid19jagratha.kerala.nic.in and a COVID-19 negative certificate is mandatory for your chances of a direct entry to Kerala.
Testing and home quarantine rules
- The domestic tourists who visit the State for more than 7 days have to produce a COVID negative certificate or undergo Rapid Antigen Test.
- The domestic tourists who visit the State for more than 7 days and have not produced the test results of COVID testing within 48 hours prior to the entry or not tested after the entry in Kerala shall undergo 7 days quarantine and can be tested on the 7th day after arrival and if tested negative.
- Those who don’t get tested on the 7th day would be advised to continue on quarantine for the remaining 7 days and complete a total of 14 days in quarantine.