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Online registration no longer needed for tourists visiting Uttarakhand

The Covid restrictions are slowly being relaxed for all tourist destinations in India.

The Covid-19 cases have declined significantly in India and the tourists have started to travel extensively. The domestic traveler influx has increased dramatically after the festive season of Diwali. This is good news for the hotels, tour operators, and people involved in the tourism industry. Steady recovery has been noticed in many tourism businesses in various states of India.

The state of Uttarakhand has been one of the most sought-after travel destinations among domestic tourists. Due to the Covid-19 situation, the tourists visiting the state where required to do a prior online registration before traveling. With the decrease in the number of Covid cases in India, this rule has now been lifted. There is no need to register online before traveling to Uttarakhand. Tourists can now move freely in Uttarakhand.

With the start of international tourism, the coming months are expected to bring more travelers to Uttarakhand and other popular destinations of India. India is slowly opening up all the popular tourist destinations and Covid restrictions are slowly being relaxed. This will help bring more travelers to the state of Uttarakhand and will help boost the local tourism economy.

Many initiatives are also being announced recently to promote the local culture, art, and tourism of various states of India. In the coming new year, we can expect a significant increase in the number of tourists visiting India.

Following is the news article from ‘Uttarakhand News Network’ reporting about the recent news of Online registration being canceled.

https://uttarakhandnewsnetwork.com/2021/11/new-guidelines-now-registration-not-mandatory-for-coming-to-uttarakhand/

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