Udaipur Travel Restrictions 2020 – A Complete Guide for Safe Travel
The world has started to take the pace amidst COVID-19 pandemic and so is the case when we see with the travel industry. Each of the destinations has imposed a strict regulation and restriction of travel in order to keep it safe and protected from COVID. In such a way, even the “Udaipur”, known
as “The City of Lakes”, part of Rajasthan has laid restriction of travel.
As India enters the Unlock 4 phase, the Rajasthan government have imposed fresh restrictions by Chief Minister Ashok Gehlot to combat the spread of COVID-19. We are glad to bring you the travel restrictions implied by the Rajasthan Government to make your travel to Udaipur safe and easy.
- The hotels, tourist places and landmarks are set open by the state government of Rajasthan
- There is no need for E-pass neither it is necessary to be quarantined while entering the state of Rajasthan
- Imposed Section 144 of the CrPC in 11 districts of the state. The districts include Jaipur, Jodhpur, Kota, Ajmer, Alwar, Bhilwara, Bhilwara, Udaipur, Sikar, Pali and Nagaur.
- There is a prohibition on the gathering of more than five persons at a place.
- The government has decided to continue the ban on social or religious functions until October 31.
- The permission for 20 people at funerals and 50 in marriage functions will continue.
- People will have to wear masks and follow social distancing norms.
Intrastate Travel Guidelines Laid by Rajasthan Government
- Intra state bus services started at full strength.
- RSRTC started with 800 Schedules along with Volvo and Scania buses.
- 300 more buses added post 6th June.
- 226 private BOs are now live with their services.
- Buses are permitted to ply after proper sanitization pre and post journey.
Interstate Travel Guidelines Laid by Rajasthan Government
- The travel services are allowed with mutual permission of states only.
- RSRTC permitted interstate commute from Jaipur to Gurgaon.
- Commute to Gujarat, Delhi, Punjab, UP, Bihar, and Haryana is permitted.
- Passengers shall be screened at check posts set up at interstate borders.
- Passengers will have to show personal IDs for identification.
On top of this if you are planning to make your stay in Udaipur for a short trip, here are some of the tips which you can consider.
- Provide complete details such as travel history, medical conditions etc., along with IDs and self-declaration form at the hotel reception desk.
- For room service, communicate with in-house staff through intercom/ mobile phone, and room service while maintaining adequate social distance.
- Spitting is strictly prohibited.
- Strictly advised not to visit areas falling within containment zones.
- Self-monitor health and report any symptoms at the earliest to state and district helpline.
We wish you a safe and protected travel to Udaipur.