Thiruvananthapuram: The tourist centers of the city will be open from today which was closed due to COVID widening in the state. Hill Stations, Adventure Tourist Centers, Lake Tourism will be opened. Meanwhile, the beaches will be open to tourists from next month.
The tourism department decides to bring happiness to the tourists who are stranded in COVID. Precautions are strictly followed and tourists are allowed to visit tourist destinations in the state in two phases. An order has been issued allowing conditional entry to hill stations, adventure resorts, and Lake tourism centers for tourists inside and outside the state.
The Nilambur Teak Museum and the Adiyan Para Water Falls will also be opened. Access is restricted to certain travelers following the COVID Protocol. This is stated in the guideline. Houseboats and other tourist boats can be serviced. Beach tourism will also be active from next month. Minister Kadakampally Surendran said the decision was taken at a time when the tourism sector and its dependents have been facing a major crisis for the past six months.
The quarantine is not mandatory for short visits of up to one week for travelers from other states. But you have to register on the vigilance portal. If he does not return after seven days, must undergo a COVID test at his own expense. Those wishing to spend more than seven days must arrive with a COVID negative certificate or have a COVID inspection as soon as they arrive.