Can I visit Chopta Now?
Updated: Date: 16/09/2021
Published: Date: 21/07/2021
Yes. Chopta is open for tourists now and you can visit there. However, you should keep in mind the following things before planning your trip.
- Carry your Covid-Negative report. It is mandatory. The covid report should not be older than 72hours.
- If you are fully vaccinated (both the doses) at least 15 days before coming to Chopta or Uttarakhand, you don’t need a covid report then. However, you should carry your vaccination certificate.
- You need to register at the Smart City Dehradun Portal if you are travelling to Uttarakhand.
- You need to carry your Aadhar Card and a receipt of your hotel booking. It is mandatory again.
- One needs to strictly abide by the Covid protocols while travelling to Chopta.
Is Tungnath Temple Open Now?
Date: 22/07/2021- The Tungnath temple is closed for darshans due to the pandemic. However, you can go to the temple and have darshans from outside. The trek to Chandrashila is also open for tourists.
What is the present Condition of Roads in Chopta?
Updated: 16/09/2021- The condition of roads in Chopta is good. The route is open and well maintained. As it’s the end of the monsoon, the cases of landslides are almost none.
Date: 22/07/2021 – The roads to Chopta are opened. We recommend you take the route from Rishikesh- Tehri- Chopta, in case of rainfall. This route will take one hour extra but you won’t find any roadblocks in this route. Plus, it’s safer.
Are the hotels in Chopta open?
Updated: 16/09/2021- Yes, the camps and hotels in Chopta are open for tourists now.
We suggest you stay at TAR Chopta during your visit to Chopta.
Date: 22/07/2021- Yes, the camps and hotels in Chopta are now open with 50% capacity. You must carry the Covid Negative report or vaccination certificate before checking in the hotels.
Chopta Travel News-Is there snowfall in Chopta now?
Date: 22/07/2021- No. The snowfall in Chopta occurs after the months of October and November. However, the weather is yet very pleasant and perfect to escape scorching heat waves!