Meghalaya to reopen for tourists from December 21

Last Updated on by Tusharika

From 21 December, Meghalaya is looking forward to welcoming tourists after 9 months of lockdown due to the COVID-19 pandemic. This beautiful state of Northeast India is all set to reopen for the tourists outside the state and the Meghalaya government has issued a Standard Operating Procedure (SOPs) for tourists.


Here are the COVID-19 tourist guidelines:

  • It is mandatory for tourists to present the original copy of the COVID-19 negative report at the entry points.
  • The negative certificate must be issued within 72-hours of arrival at the entry point of the state.
  • RT-PCR/ TruNAT/ CBNAAT reports will be valid. However, the Rapid Antigen Test (RAT) Negative Test report will not be valid for the tourists to enter the state.
  • Tourists need to mandatorily register on the Meghalaya Tourism App and generate an E-invite for the proposed itinerary.
  • Tourism App is available on both the Google Play Store and the Apple Store on the link: for Android for iOS
  • E-invite can also be generated from the Meghalaya tourism website:
  •  A valid photo id needs to be uploaded on the Meghalaya tourism app including other members who are traveling together.
  • All the tourists traveling together can register themselves together and generate one E-invite.
  • It is compulsory to book at least two nights’ stay at the hotel, guest house, or homestay for the first two nights. Also declaration of the complete itinerary required to generate E-invite.
  • Tourists have to present the printout of the E-invite with the QR code on the entry point or they can also display the E-invite with QR code on their mobile phone.

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