Are you ready to visit Bali?

Are you ready to visit Bali
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Are you ready to visit Bali?

Prayers must have been answered. Bali is ready to open its doors to the world once more!

For the diehard traveller, there is no better news than to visit Bali, the Island of the Gods once more. According to Governor Koster, the proposal is to allow travel to Bali without the usual quarantine measures beginning March 7, 2022. 

Bali will begin the VoA (Visa on Arrival) once more to these select countries: Australia, USA, England, Netherlands, France, Qatar, Japan, Canada, Italy, New Zealand, Turkey, United Arab Emirates, Malaysia, Thailand, Singapore, Brunei, Darussalam, Laos, Myanmar, Cambodia, and the Philippines.

Travellers will need to have vaccinations and EHAC apps filled out. All travellers will still need to make sure and follow the rules and regulations from the counties which they are travelling from. 

As we know some rules and regulations have been changing rapidly during these trying times. Everyone needs to be calm, relaxed and flexible. Also, allow extra patience for boarding and disembarking flights and COVID procedures at the airport. 

Is Bali ready to receive the travellers? 

After 2 years of Covid lockdowns and travel measures being in place, getting ready for travellers to Bali is a big deal. While the world struggled with various COVID measures… Bali has been hit extremely hard because of its dependence on the travel industry. 

Everyone from hotel employees, restaurants and tourist attractions have COVID 19 measures in place. Employees have been vaccinated and even have booster shots in anticipation of opening.

Are the travellers ready to come to Bali?

Everyone from the usual traveller to Instagram and TikTok influencers are more than ready to come and visit. Everyone knows and is expected to follow the mask policies and COVID measures. There will still be strict measures to follow. Travellers must be vaccinated and will need proof of vaccination and of course the PCR tests. The strict regulations laid out by airlines and governments are a must to keep both the population and travellers safe. After all, it is a small price to pay for the ability to travel once more. 

What should you be ready for?

Besides packing an extra dose of patience. It is also imperative that one stays relaxed, flexible and polite to all locals. COVID is what it is, and the extra measures are put in place for everyone’s safety. 

Remember that the people of Bali are as eager to have you in Bali, as you are to come. It needs to be a win-win. The better the cooperation between visitors and the local staff the better the experience will be for all of us. 

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