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13 Oct 2021

When can I travel to Bali?

At Goddess Retreats, we are closely monitoring international travel policies and will keep this article updated with any new info. 

AM I ALLOWED TO TRAVEL TO BALI?

ENTERING BALI

Like many countries, Indonesia, and Bali in particular, is eager reopen, and the government is reopening in stages to ensure the safety of citizens as the vaccination rate rises.

As of Oct Bali has started welcoming international tourist from 19 of countries. We have been informed ‘unofficially’ through our government sources that Bali plans to introduce NO Quarantine arrivals for vaccinated tourists in time for Dec 2021, so we are very confident that retreats will resume at full capacity in 2022.

We have introduce our new NO RISK COVID BOOKING & CANCELLATION POLICY so you can book your trip with us without any worries.

Currently, Arrivals must be fully vaccinated and quarantine for 5 days. This has already dropped after a week form the original 8 days, so check back here for updates as this will be dropping even further soon!

COUNTRIES ABLE TO ENTER BALI

The countries are: China, India, Japan, South Korea, Saudi Arabia, United Arab Emirates, New Zealand, Kuwait, Bahrain, Qatar, Liechtenstein, Italy, France, Portugal, Spain, Sweden, Poland, Hungary, and Norway.

The United States, United Kingdom and Australia are not yet on the approved list, but stay tuned as we are told this will change very soon!

NEGATIVE COVID RESULT

Currently travellers must present evidence of a negative Covid test issued no more than 72 hours before departure. You’ll be required to undergo a further PCR test on arrival.

DO I NEED A VACCINE?

To currently enter Indonesia you must show evidence of full Covid-19 vaccination. 

PROOF OF INSURANCE

Travellers must present proof of medical insurance guaranteeing that the provider can cover treatment for Covid.

QUARANTINE

Currently, all arrivals in Indonesia must quarantine at an appointed hotel for 5 days, undergo a further PCR test, and await results at that hotel. If any of the tests are positive, you’ll be hospitalised at a referral hospital until testing negative. If all tests are negative, you will be allowed to leave the hotel and continue your journey. Travellers must pay for the costs of quarantine and testing. 

COVID TRACKING

Those entering Indonesia must download and register with the Indonesia Health Alert Card (eHAC) app. This is mandatory as part of the effort to detect, prevent and control public health through points of entry to Indonesia.

RESTRICTIONS & OPEN TOURIST ATTRACTIONS

Tourist attractions and beaches are all open in Bali, and restaurants, bars and hotels have opened doors.  People are encouraged to follow social distancing guidelines including mask wearing.

RETURNING HOME

Each country has different restrictions for travellers arriving from abroad. For information relevant to your situation, keep up to date with local government announcements.

In the USA, American citizens can travel to Indonesia with restrictions. Find out more about USA Travel restrictions here.

In the UK international travel restrictions apply under a two-tier system. Travellers from green listed countries can enter the UK without quarantine. From October 11 Indonesia becomes a green listed country Find out more about UK travel restrictions here.


 

Travelling Bali is a magical adventure, and joining one of our is the best way to experience it! On our Bali retreat we’ll show you the best of this extraordinary island with a new goddess friends and a week for of included activities. Check out our amazing specials on now!

We will update this article and as official news breaks about travel to Bali and when you can fly into Bali for your retreat.

NOTE: This information is of a general nature and restrictions are subject to change. Feel free to keep in touch with us via email or messenger for the latest updates – or simply pop back to this page.

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