Coronavirus and Travel:
- All About International Travel and Coronavirus Travel Restrictions
- All About Domestic Travel and Coronavirus Travel Restrictions
- How to Move Around in India
- Ways to Travel in Your Country
- Things to do before traveling
- Safe Travel Practices
- Travel Resources
Traveling in a Pandemic
[Update – March 5, 2021 – Even if international travel has opened up, I don’t recommend it at all. I have cancelled all my international trips this year. And as I don’t recommend trips out of our home country, I’m not updating the inter-country travel information below.
I’m only planning to travel in India, wherever it seems the safest, in my own car, staying at isolated accommodations, avoiding sightseeing.]
When I made that one-day trip to Delhi for some essential work at the beginning of March, I didn’t know that that would be the only travel for months to come. Else I would have stuffed myself with the Bengaluru airport’s crispy masala dosas that I so love.
Or if I had known that my two-day road trip to BR Hills in February was the only jungle vacation I would take in the many ensuing months, I would have extended it by a few days. Seeing those sloth bears sprint in front of our jeep and leopards hiding behind the thickets could never get tiring.
But I’m not clairvoyant, not yet.