Travel destinations in India where you need a permit to visit

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India is a land of diverse beauty and divine landforms, a land of great culture and whenever you return from a trip you will find there is more to the left to explore.

What is ILP

Although you may travel across the length and breadth of the country there are 7 such places that demand a special permit to enter due to their strategic sensitivity, a brief look at this.

Arunachal Pradesh

The state of Arunachal Pradesh: Country’s easternmost state shares borders with Myanmar, Bhutan, and China and thus is strategically crucial for anyone traveling to the state, needs a special permit (ILP).

Nagaland

Nagaland is another region that requires a special Inner Line Permit for all travelers to the state, one can even avail of the permit online apart from applying for it in the concerned government offices.

Mizoram

Mizoram needs a special permit for traveling, for this state that share boundary with Myanmar and Bangladesh one can have either of two passes available which lasts for 15 days and 6 months.

Sikkim

Not the entire state but these places in Sikkim require a special permit to travel that falls in the sensitive areas and are marked by the government authorities for the same.

Lakshadweep

Lakshadweep needs a special permit that needs to be approved by your nearest police station and it requires to be submitted to the station house officer upon reaching the island.

Manipur

Another North-Eastern state of Manipur asks for a compulsory permit. Upon visiting the traveler needs to have a passport-size photograph alongside a valid identity proof issued by GoI.

Ladakh

Located at a strategically important point sharing boundary with China and Pakistan, Ladakh’s Pangong Tso, Khardungla, and Nubra Valley call for a special permit in order to travel there.