Identity Documents Made Compulsory to Visit Meghalaya. Check Details!
Meghalaya has reopened for tourists after months of lockdown owing to the COVID-19 pandemic. Chief Minister of Meghalaya (CM) Conrad Sangma had announced the reopening of the much-sought tourist destination in the Northeast from the 21st of December, 2020.
"Meghalaya reopens its tourism from 21st December 2020. While you're planning your next trip, here's what awaits you in the #LandOfClouds," posted Conrad Sangma on Twit
With the date for a formal reopening getting closer, there are certain guidelines being issued for tourists in terms of the documents required to visit the state.
Visitors of Meghalaya will have to register or produce identification documents at the entry point at Umling in the Ri-Bhoi district from December 21. Those documents of entering the State will be checked at the facilitation centre. Visitors can also register online and upload necessary documents to prove their identity.
The system will be similar to the inner line permit (ILP) system which the State wishes to implement.
As reported by Assam Tribune, a direct flight between Shillong-New Delhi-Shillong will also begin from December 21.
Also read: Meghalaya Re-Opens for Tourists from December 21 With Restrictions
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