Bali is opening for tourism — here's what you need to know
We’re so incredibly happy to announce that our Bali camp is open again! Bali has always had a special place in our hearts, and we’ve missed the island, the vibes and the people so much. It’s such great news that Indonesia is becoming more accessible again, and we can’t wait to experience it all again.
Even though there are a few hurdles when it comes to travelling here, we can promise you it’s all worth it when you take your first steps on one of the incredible beaches, dip your toes in the Indian Ocean for the first time in a long time, and watch one of those incredible sunsets you didn’t even know how much you missed before you see it again.
Ready to rediscover Bali? Here’s what you should know about travelling to the island:
Fully vaccinated travellers from these 19 countries can enter Bali at the moment:
You’ll need to hold a visa to enter the island, check this site for further info: https://www.imigrasi.go.id/en/
You need to be fully vaccinated and take two PCR tests, both before departure and on arrival. The first PCR tests need to be taken within 72 hours before departure
It’s currently few flights directly to Bali, so it’s easiest to fly to Jakarta first
All tourists will need to provide health insurance with coverage of at least US$10,000
Wanna plan your stay further? Check out our guide to Canggu, Bali.