Bali’s position near the equator makes it a wonderful tropical holiday destination year round. Beautiful beaches, stunning temples, endless natural beauty, rich culture, and extreme value for your money all come together to make Bali holidays exciting and memorable.
It is essential you take out travel insurance to Bali, as the unexpected can occur with any travel. Bali travel insurance is extremely affordable with policies starting from just $27*.
InsureandGo, Australia's online travel insurance specialist, offers affordable comprehensive policies that are backed by an expansive 24/7 global assistance network. There are three levels of coverage to choose from; bare essentials, silver and gold to suit your unique travel needs and budget. Depending on which level of coverage you choose, your travel insurance policy for your next trip to Bali may include the following:
Please read our full insurance policy terms, provisos, exclusions, and conditions for full details regarding this coverage.
When travelling to a destination like Bali, it is important to include a policy upgrade (available on summary page of quote journey) which will cover you from unexpected natural disasters. Natural disasters that can occur in the Bali region are wide ranging and include floods, cyclones, landslides, earthquakes, and volcanic eruptions.
To make a claim due to a natural disaster, you must have purchased this policy upgrade option and the option must be shown on your policy. Please note that there is no coverage for costs incurred as a result of a natural disaster event that is known prior to purchasing or upgrading the policy. If there is a known natural disaster event, it will be mentioned prior to payment on our website and over the phone by our agents.
Note that medical cover due to any natural disaster is automatically included in all international policies without purchasing Natural Disasters add-on.
Choose our Silver or Gold level of cover and you will be protected for cancelling your trip before departure or cutting your trip short. All levels of cover will include coverage for additional emergency expenses. These are expenses you incur after departure that are over and above what you had originally budgeted to pay, if your trip is disrupted, or you are required to return to your home in Australia because of a natural disaster. These expenses can include things such as accommodation, meals, or travelling costs.
We offer cover for Natural Disasters as an add-on for unforeseen events. This add-on can be added at the end of the purchase process before payment. Our Natural Disaster add-on cover you for volcano eruptions that are unknown at the time of purchase. Find more info about known event at travel alerts sorted by most latest at the top.
Medical evacuation is covered as long as medically necessary and emergency. The decision is taken by the claims/assistance team, based on the medical situation and other facts/circumstances.
Unfortunately, you need to buy your policy before you start your trip. Buying your policy after you start your trip will void your policy.
Our Gold policies cover your rental car excess up to $8,000, but not for motorbikes. For a rental car to be covered, you need to make sure that it is insured (confirmed by the rental company), as we do not pay for full damages to a rental car, only your excess.
Yes, we provide cover for the riding a scooter in Bali providing that you are riding the scooter legally in Bali including holding the necessary licences. If the engine size is 125cc or higher you will also need an equivalent licence in Australia. You need to make sure you wear helmet at all times or you risk a possible claim being denied. Also different excesses are applicable in the event of claim depending upon the engine size (for 250cc or under excess is $250; over 250cc excess payable is $500)
InsureandGo travel insurance is designed to protect you against the unexpected and unforeseen, therefore, if you know about an event that is already apparent or ongoing and this results in a claim, InsureandGo will not provide cover.
As per the www.smartraveller.gov.au you can visit visa-free for up to 30 days or pay for a visa for up to 60 days. Apply for the right visa if you plan to stay longer.
Although the weather is warm throughout the year, most travellers chose to head to Bali during the dry season which runs from May to October. Avoid the peak tourist season which runs during the months of July and August and opt for a visit in May, June, or September. You’ll also want to avoid travel during national and school holidays.
Travel to Bali does require taking some precautionary measures when it comes to your health. It is important to bring insect repellent as several mosquito-borne illnesses are prevalent in Indonesia including malaria and sporadic Zika virus cases. Dengue fever also occurs throughout Indonesia and there is no vaccination or treatment available.
Avoid “Bali belly” by not drinking tap water or taking beverages with ice, as water quality is not to the standards of Australia. Other notable risks to your health while travelling in Bali include getting tattoos, close contact with animals (rabies risk), illicit drug use, and HIV/AIDS through risky behaviour.
All of Indonesia, including Bali, carries a high threat of terrorist attack. Bali also has had a high occurrence of alcoholic drink spiking with harmful substances such as methanol. It is best to avoid alcohol altogether when holidaying in Bali.
Opportunistic theft, ATM fraud, scams, and sexual assault also occur in and around Bali, so it essential you stay alert and minimize the risks for these crimes to occur.