Travel Restrictions across India

Omicron, the third variant of the Coronavirus, has infected a large chunk of the population. To ensure that it doesn't adversely affect the country, state governments of the country have instituted some travel restrictions to curb the spread of this virus.

COVID has constrained travel over the last two years, so travellers are eager to pack their bags and resume touring. Most of the populace has received at least one dose of the vaccine, and the government has advised people to take the second dose as soon as possible and follow COVID-appropriate behaviour during their travels.

Here, we outline the travel restrictions that are in place across Himachal Pradesh, Kerala, and the Golden Triangle - i.e Delhi, Agra and Jaipur.
 

Travel Restrictions in Himachal Pradesh

 
Vacationers who are planning a trip to Himachal Pradesh to explore the wonderful hill stations of the area need to be aware of the guidelines to be followed. The government of Himachal Pradesh has not enforced any restrictions, however, they have significantly increased their testing. Before travelling to Himachal Pradesh, ensure that you do not have any COVID-related symptoms and abide by the following guidelines that have been set by the state.

  • Travellers should have received both doses of the vaccine (be it Covaxin, Covishield or others)
  • Tourists should have the Aarogya Setu app installed on their phones
  • Tourists should always wear masks and follow COVID-appropriate behaviour
  • Maintain social distancing and avoid crowded destinations
  • If you are travelling with children under 18 years of age, ensure that they carry the necessary vaccination documents

Guests who are planning to visit Himachal Pradesh can stay at the following Sarovar affiliated Hotels. These hotels work towards providing a wonderful hospitality experience to guests.

Hotel in Palampur:
RS Sarovar Portico, Palampur

Hotel in Shimla:
Marigold Sarovar Portico, Mashobra

Hotel in Bhimtal:
Rosefinch Sarovar Portico, Bhimtal

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Travel Restrictions in Kerala

Kerala is one of the best destinations to visit in South India. It combines magnificent natural beauty with age-old traditions and culture, helping guests to a wonderful time. Guests who are travelling to Kerala need to be aware of the following guidelines
  • Travellers should have received both doses of the vaccine
  • If travellers have received both doses, there is no need for an RT-PCR test.
  • If travellers haven’t been vaccinated with both doses, a negative RT-PCR report, taken no longer than 72 hours before arriving, is mandatory
  • Travellers should carry their vaccination certificates (either as a hard copy or in digital format)
  • All travellers should have the Aarogya Setu app installed on their phones

If you are looking for some of the best weekend getaways in India, then look no further than Kerala. You can embrace a memorable hospitality experience at Sarovar Hotels, which has three properties across Thiruvananthapuram, Thekkady and Vayalar. Our hotels aim to provide the best hospitality experience, guaranteeing a memorable stay.

Hotel in Thiruvananthapuram:
Classic Sarovar Portico, Thiruvananthapuram

Hotel in Thekkady:
Poetree Sarovar Portico, Thekkady

Hotel in Vayalar:
Vasundhara Sarovar Premiere, Vayalar

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Travel Restrictions in Jaipur

Jaipur features many forts, castles, palaces and other sites of historical importance along with a bevy of natural attractions. If you are planning to visit The Pink City this February, here are a few guidelines to keep in mind
  • Travellers should have received both doses of the vaccine
  • If you haven’t received both doses, then you should have a negative RT-PCR report taken no longer than 72 hours ago.
  • All travellers should have the Aarogya Setu app installed on their phones
Visitors looking for a memorable tour of Jaipur to kick back and relax, can head over to one of the following Sarovar hotels:

Hotels in Jaipur:
Nirwana Hometel, Jaipur
Sarovar Portico, Jaipur
Sarovar Premiere, Jaipur
Golden Tulip Essential, Jaipur
Golden Tulip, Jaipur
 

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Travel restrictions in Agra

Agra was the seat of power of the Mughals in their heyday. Today it is a state that boasts wonderful structures such as the Taj Mahal and other timeless architectural marvels built by various rulers of the city. Travellers who are looking to explore Agra in the coming days need to have the Aarogya Setu app installed on their phones, which ensures they stay away from COVID positive clusters while exploring the city.

Guests who are looking to explore Agra can stay at Crystal Sarovar Premiere, Agra. This premium hotel in Agra offers an elegant blend of the high life, combined with spectacular views of the Taj Mahal and other surrounding areas.

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Travel Restrictions in Delhi

 
If you are planning a trip to Delhi to visit a few noteworthy historical monuments and revel in the local culture and delicacies, here are a few guidelines and restrictions that you should keep in mind:
 
  • The Delhi government has not announced any travel restrictions so far, but they advise citizens and tourists alike, to be alert of their surroundings and stay indoors as much as possible
  • Visiting travellers may have to undertake an RT-PCR test or a Thermal Scan if they have any symptoms of the Coronavirus.
  • Travellers also need to have the Aarogya Setu app installed on their phones for contact tracing and isolation


Hotels in New Delhi: