Meghalaya now open for tourists

The State follows strict social distancing norms
with very few registered COVID cases.

Meghalaya is looking forward to welcoming you. To ensure your visit is safe and comfortable, the Government of Meghalaya urges you to follow the given CONTACTLESS protocols.

  1. All tourists who wish to visit the State of Meghalaya will need to mandatorily register on the Meghalaya Tourism App and generate an E-Invite for the proposed itinerary. The Meghalaya Tourism App is available on both the GOOGLE PLAY STORE and the APPLE STORE. The E-Invite can be generated on this WEBSITE. Additionally, services of Registered Tour Operators, LISTED HERE and on the Meghalaya Tourism App, can also be used to obtain an E-Invite.
  2. A valid Photo ID card needs to be uploaded on the Meghalaya Tourism App including that of other members who are traveling in the group. Members travelling together can register and generate one E-Invite.
  3. It is mandatory to book the first night’s stay (Either Hotel/Homestay/Guest House) for the first night and declaration of the complete itinerary for the E-Invite to be generated.
  4. If the tourist is staying as a guest of any family or friend in Meghalaya, then the tourist shall declare the full address and contact details of the family or friend and the complete itinerary for the E-Invite to be generated.
  5. Once the above is completed, the tourist will receive an E-Invite that should be presented at the entry checkpoints along with a COVID negative certificate.
  6. For any query please send us a message on this number (+918132011037) via WhatsApp or Text Message for a quick call back from our Meghalaya Tourism Helpline Team (from 10am – 8pm on working days)

Mandatory COVID Negative Report

  1. It is mandatory for tourists to come with a COVID Negative RT-PCR/TruNat/CBNAAT report which will be valid only if they were tested within 72 hours of their arrival at the entry point.
  2. The RAT Negative Test is not valid for Tourists who are entering the state.
  3. Given the prevailing COVID-19 situation, it is advised that tourists having symptoms should not travel. Such symptomatic individuals, even with a COVID Negative report, will be mandatorily tested at the Entry Points as per the protocols of the Health and Family Welfare Department.

Go through the advisories

  1. Revised Protocols For Entry Points. 9th April,2021 I Read More
  2. Tourism reopening note for tourists visiting the state from outside. 07 Dec, 2020 I Read More
  3. COVID19 testing and reporting protocols. 27 Oct, 2020 I Read More
  4. SOP (Standard Operating Procedure) for Hotel operations. 26 Jun, 2020 I Read More
  5. SOP for operation of Homestays and BnBs. 16 Nov, 2020 I Read More
  6. Note for entry of local tourists at tourist destinations. 31 Aug, 2020 I Read More