Kerala’s all tourism activity will start from 1st November including Sea beaches which is was not open due to Covid -19 for last 7-8 month. After Unlock down 4 Govt open phase wise tourism activity, Now all sea beaches which is most attraction of Kerala also open for tourist from 1st November with few guidelines. Government will have full support to restore tourism industry on track.
Kerala has started welcoming tourists once again after being under lockdown for the past six months. The decision was made in order to reactivate the tourism industry in the state. However, the government has decided not to open the beaches to the public for the time being, but the rest of the tourist spots will remain open to visitors.
The state’s Tourism Minister, Kadkampally Surendran, said: “The state has decided to reopen its tourist destinations in a phased manner as a result of the crisis faced by various actors who depend on tourism,” he said. The Center’s 4-unlock guidelines have allowed the tourism sector to be reopened after taking precautions. Taking note of this, the state has decided to reopen the tourism sector and this would be a great relief for the sector in crisis ”.
All hill stations; adventure places and backwaters began to receive travelers from October 12. Regarding the beaches, the tourism minister said that they would open beaches for tourists from November 1. The news comes after Kerala saw an increase in coronavirus cases in recent days.
Tourism constitutes 10 per cent of Kerala‟s GDP, as per official statistics, and reportedly contributes around 23.5 per cent to the total employment in the state. … The government plays the role of the lead provider of accommodation facilities and is in complete charge of tourism promotion and marketing. Now Tourism Activity will be seen in Kerala once again.
There are several places to visit in Kerala : Alleppey, Wayanad, Cochin, Munnar, Kumarakom, Kovalam, Kollam, Vagamon, Kozhikode, Kumarakom, Thekkady, Ashtamudi, Bekal Guruvayur, Idukk,i Kannur, Kasargod Backwaters Kavvayi Backwaters Kizhunna Beach Kuttanad Malampuzha Malappuram Marari Munroe Island Nelliampathy Palakkad Ponmudi Poovar Thiruvananthapuram Thrissur Varkala
Guidelines for entering Kerala Tourists who want to visit Kerala for more than seven days must carry their negative COVID-19 certificate or undergo a test after entering the state. Otherwise, they will need to be quarantined for seven days.
For trips of less than seven days, tourists are not required to carry a negative Coronavirus certificate.
The mask, disinfectants and social distancing are mandatory.
Tourists must follow the health protocols at all tourist spots.
Registration is mandatory for all tourists.
If a person develops COVID-19 symptoms during their stay in Kerala, they should immediately contact the DISHA helpline.