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Meghalaya to Reopen for Tourists from Sept 1

Meghalaya to Reopen for Tourists from Sept 1

In view of the decrease in corona cases, Meghalaya has once again made preparations to open the state for tourists. The state government announced that tourists will be allowed to come here from September 1. Along with this, schools will also be opened here for the children of class IX to XII from September 1. Let us inform that after the second wave of Corona in April-May, there was a ban on the arrival of tourists here for the last four months.

The Meghalaya cabinet has taken this decision keeping in mind the decline in corona cases in the state. Chief Minister Conrad Sangma said that from September 1, all tourists will be allowed to come here. It will be mandatory for tourists coming here to have both doses of Covid vaccine. Apart from this, tourists who have not received a single dose of the vaccine, they will have to bring the RT-PCR report within 72 hours.

Also, before coming here, tourists will also have to generate an e-invitation by visiting the state tourism department’s app. The information about how many days the tourists will stay here and where they will stay will also have to be provided in advance. Apart from this, booking of at least one night stay in hotel, homestay or guesthouse is mandatory to come here. Let us tell you that, according to the rules of the state, people coming to stay at a family or friend’s place in Meghalaya also have to give the complete address and contact details of the family or friend concerned in advance.

Meghalaya tourist destination is very famous for its beautiful mountain ranges, heavy rainfall, sunshine, high plateaus, breathtaking waterfalls, rivers and meadows.

Most of the tropical forests are found in Meghalaya tourism. Birds, mammals, insects and reptiles can be seen in the forests here. Meghalaya Tourist Place has a lot of importance in terms of tourism. The gathering of tourists coming from far and wide keeps on visiting Meghalaya tourist place.

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