Bali travel insurance
- The cost of your trip – if you have to cancel, it’s important to know that you can get your money back
- The activities you’re likely to be doing – if you’re planning anything extreme, we can offer you extra cover with our adventure and extreme sports policy
- How much medical coverage you have – no one wants to think about getting ill or having an accident abroad but, unfortunately, it does happen
- And don’t forget to check the latest travel advice for Bali (Indonesia) from the FCDO
What’s covered with travel insurance to Bali?
As standard, our policies cover for over 50 sports and activities, so you can get up to more on your holiday. We also offer a range of benefits, some of which include:
- Medical expenses and hospital benefit
- Personal accident and liability
- Cancelling and cutting short your holiday
- Abandoning your trip
- Delayed departure
- Accommodation cover
- Personal belongings and baggage
- Personal money, passport and travel documents
- Legal expenses
To help you have the best holiday experience, we’ve put together some important information that we think you might want to know before your trip to Bali:
|Population||Approx. 4.2 million|
|Plug type||Plug C and F|
|Driving side||Left-hand side|
|Climate||Dry season – April to October Monsoon season – November to March|
|Laws||Local laws and customs|
Surfing travel insurance for Bali
Whether it’s your first-time surfing or you’re an experienced surfer searching for the next big wave, you probably don’t want to spend too much time thinking about travel insurance for your trip to Bali.
Luckily for you, you’ve come to right place. Surfing is covered as standard under all our policies, and we make getting insurance as quick and simple as possible, so you can get on with planning your trip to Bali. Check out our surfing travel insurance page for more information and remember that, if you’re taking your own board away with you, you might need to add extra valuables cover to your policy.
Do I need a visa for Bali?
No. If you’re a British citizen with a valid passport, you’re allowed to visit Bali for up to 30 days without a visa. If you’re planning on going for longer than 30 days, then you’ll need to apply for a visa with the Indonesian Embassy.
Healthcare in Bali
The healthcare facilities in Bali are in quite poor condition, and it’s often difficult to find services in remote areas that can tend to serious injuries or illnesses. Good medical care can be found in Bali; however, it can be very expensive.
It’s important to be aware that there’s a risk of volcanic ash pollution which can reduce the quality of the air. This could potentially have an effect on health, particularly for those who have pre-existing medical conditions. Find out more information about volcanic health hazards for ash here.
It’s important to make sure you have adequate medical travel insurance in place before your trip, so you can rest assured knowing that you’re covered if anything were to happen. We would also recommend that you speak to your GP at least four to six weeks prior to travel, to check whether there are any vaccinations or other preventatives needed.
You can find more information about healthcare in Bali here.
Can you help if I need medical treatment while in Bali?
Yes – all our policies come with access to our 24-hour emergency assistance team, so there will always be someone here to help you if you become ill or are injured while abroad.
If you need emergency medical assistance just give our team a call any time, day or night.
Before you buy travel insurance for your holiday to Bali, there are a few things to think about: