The second wave of Covid-19 brought tourism to a standstill across the nation as the number of cases rose and the states like Himachal Pradesh and Uttarakhand closed their borders for tourists starting April.
Both states imposed strict lockdowns as the second wave of coronavirus was taking over the nation. Being the states that derive most of their revenues from the tourism sector, businesses in Himachal and Uttarakhand also faced many financial difficulties.
But as the number of cases are coming down in most states, the nationwide vaccination drive and unlock process under, and the summer vacations, the tourists from Delhi and NCR can again be seen flocking to the hills.
While the restrictions in Himachal Pradesh have relaxed marginally, Uttarakhand still remains under strict regulations.
Guidelines for tourists travelling to Himachal Pradesh & Uttarakhand
The guidelines that the tourist travelling to Himachal Pradesh have to follow:
1. The tourists who are keen to the…