Meghalaya, a northeastern state in India, will open for tourism from 21st December,2020.
Travellers would be in a structured manner keeping in mind the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic.
“Meghalaya reopens its tourism from 21st December,2020. While you’re planning your next trip, here’s what awaits you in the Land of the Clouds.”, a tweet from Conrad Kongkal Sangma, Chief Minister, Meghalaya read.
Tourists will need to download the Meghtourism app to register and complete all the formalities including mandatory upload of a government Photo ID proof.
On the app, travellers will need to provide a complete itinerary of their visit and and will have to share details of confirmed bookings in hotels, guesthouses or home stays for at least the first 2 nights.
Those staying with friends or families must share their host’s full address and contact details with a complete itinerary. This will be mandatory for the generation of an e-invite.
Along with this, the e-invite needs to be presented at the respective entry point with a COVID-19 negative result.