Can you travel to Bali now? Updated June 19, 2022
Starting October 14th, 2021, you can travel to Bali. Although, there are still some restrictions you need to know.
Visa on Arrival to travel to Bali available for 72 countries
South Africa, United States of America, Saudi Arabia, Argentina, Australia, Austria, Netherlands, Belgium, Brazil, Brunei Darussalam, Bulgaria, Czech Republic, Denmark, Estonia, Philippines, Finland, Hong Kong, Hungary, India, United Kingdom, Ireland, Italy, Japan, Germany, Cambodia, Canada, South Korea, Croatia, Laos, Latvia, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Malaysia, Malta, Mexico, Myanmar, Norway, France, Poland, Portugal, Qatar, Romania, New Zealand, Seychelles, Singapore, Cyprus, Slovakia, Slovenia, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland, Taiwan, Thailand, Timor Leste, China, Tunisia, Turkey, United Arab Emirates, Vietnam, Greece, Bahrain, Morocco, Belarus, Oman, Bosnia Herzegovina, Peru, Egypt, Russia, Jordan, Serbia, Kuwait, and Ukraine.
Requirements for applying for a visa on arrival:
- Visitors must have a valid passport for a minimum of six months from the date of arrival
- Present a return or onwards ticket
- Have received the complete dose of vaccine (2 doses) at least 14 days before the departure time.
- Have health insurance that guarantees COVID-19 treatment according to the provisions
The stay permit granted by immigration is valid for only 30 days and can be extended for another 30 days maximum. This visa cannot be changed to other visas.
The VOA price 500,000 IDR (35 USD or 32 EUR). Payments can be done either in cash (IDR, USD, EUR, GBP, or SGD) or with Visa or Mastercard.
Travelers who are not citizens of the 72 countries, or who wish to stay in Bali for more than 60 days, must apply for a single entry B211 Visit e-Visa in advance
B211 visa to travel to Indonesia. All the information you need to know
It is a single entry visa and allows you to stay in the country for up to 180 days: 60 days upon entry, and then can be extended up to 4 times every 30 days.
How to apply for the single entry visa B211 to travel to Bali
To obtain a B211 Visit e-visa, you need a sponsor in Indonesia. For this reason, you cannot process the visa at the embassy but directly online with an authorized agent in Indonesia who will help you with the entire process and act as a sponsor at the same time.
Many official agencies can help you to obtain your visa. If you want us to recommend our trusted agents, send us an email, and we can put you in direct contact with them.
Requirements to apply for Visa B211
Your agent will contact you and guide you through all the steps. You will have to prepare:
- Scanned copy of your passport. It must be valid for at least 6 months.
- Present proof of complete vaccination (2 doses) at least 14 days before the departure time
- Travel insurance that covers COVID-19 emergencies
- Return/onward ticket. And also
- Visa payment receipt
How much does the B211 single entre e-visa cost?
Different agents have different rates, depending on the visa processing time and the services offered. The average price for B212 visa is 250 Euros and includes visa, agent, and also sponsor fees. If you want to be in Bali for more than 60 days, your agent will help you process the extensions, and the price of each renewal is around 55 Euros.
FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS ABOUT TRAVELING TO BALI
Do I need to get a PCR test before traveling to Bali?
Fully vaccinated travelers (2 doses) do not need a PCR test before traveling to Bali.
Do I have to quarantine when I arrive in Indonesia?
- Quarantine is no longer required for those who have received the complete dose of vaccine at least 14 days before the departure time.
- A quarantine period of 5 x 24 hours is required for those who have not been vaccinated or received the complete dose of vaccine.
- Foreign travelers under the age of 18 (eighteen) years and/or who require special protection can follow the quarantine period provisions imposed on their parents or caregivers.
And if I can travel to Bali, how is the situation there?
If you are lucky and can come to Bali, it is the best time and a privilege to be able to enjoy the island with hardly any tourists. Now you have the opportunity to know the authentic Bali.
The use of a mask is no longer mandatory in public places. You can now enjoy the beaches, scuba diving, and all kinds of outdoor activities. You can visit temples, waterfalls, and rice fields and move around the island.
It is true that many businesses temporarily closed due to a lack of tourism and customers. Many others have closed permanently. But little by little all tourist activity is returning to normal.
The economic situation in the country is catastrophic, hence the best way to help is to come, enjoy the island and all the activities it offers to help all the people in Bali.
So, if you want to come to visit us, you can contact us. We will be so happy to help you with all the necessary procedures and give you more comprehensive and accurate information. If you want to come to Bali, we will be here in Candidasa, waiting for you.
Note: The regulations keep changing and adapting day by day to new circumstances. We follow all the official news and we will continue to inform you!
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