Can we carry liquor from Goa to Bangalore in train?

Can we take liquor from Goa to Bangalore?

“Currently, we allow tourists to carry only 750 ml of liquor into Karnataka from Goa,” he said.

Can we carry liquor from Goa to Karnataka in train?

You can get a permit which cost around Rs. 20 from the shopkeeper and carries the bottles to these places. If you are carrying it to Maharashtra, Karnataka or Andhra Pradesh and your permit doesn’t match the location then you are prone to be caught and penalize (mostly bribe).

Can we get liquor from Goa to Karnataka?

But permits are issued just to the states of Delhi, Kerala, Rajasthan, Assam, Himachal Pradesh, Punjab, Orissa, Madhya Pradesh, Manipur, Jammu and Kashmir, and Daman and Diu. Tourist from other states including Karnataka and Maharashtra often grab the permit posing as residents of Daman and Diu.

How much liquor can I carry in train?

A person can carry alcohol on a train but the person is not allowed to drink or show openly. If a person is carrying alcohol on a train then the quantity of the alcohol should not exceed the limit which is two litres, and the bottle of alcohol should be completely sealed and should be covered.

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What is the rate of liquor in Goa?

Vodka – Alcohol Prices In Goa

Label Name Pack Size Sale Price
CLASS 21 GRAIN VODKA 750ML 1,020.87

How many liters of alcohol can I bring into India?

Amount of liquor allowed in check-in baggage

Well, we have some happy news for you here. Passengers can carry up to 5 liters of alcoholic beverages in their check-in luggage.

Why is beer cheap in Goa?

The duty in Goa is much lower than in elsewhere in India meaning that a bottle of beer is about Rs 30 cheaper in Goa than elsewhere in India. So I think there is some sort of restriction in the amount of beer one can carry over the state border.

Can I take liquor in flight?

Passengers may carry upto 5 Liters of alcoholic beverages as part of their checked-in baggage, provided the following conditions are met: The alcoholic beverage is in retail packaging and is packed appropriately (to prevent damage / leakage). Alcohol content in the beverage is not more than 70%.