Compare travel insurance for Bali

Spotless beaches, hot spring retreats and historical royal palaces – just three reasons why Bali attracts millions of tourists each year. Here’s how to find the right travel insurance ahead of your trip to this stunning Indonesian island. 

Patrick Ikhena From the Travel team
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How much is travel insurance for Bali?

If you’re travelling to Bali, worldwide travel insurance could cost from £10 for a week or £17 for annual travel, based on Compare the Market data in June 2019. 

**50% of people could achieve a quote of £10 for worldwide travel insurance for 1 week based on Compare the Market data in June 2019.
***50% of people could achieve a quote of £16.25 for Worldwide multi travel insurance based on Compare the Market data in June 2019.
How much is travel insurance for Bali?

What kind of travel insurance do I need for Bali? 

The type of cover you need for Bali depends on what you plan to do while you’re away.

If you’re intending to do nothing more strenuous than relaxing on a beach, then standard travel insurance should offer all the cover you need. But if you’re planning more adventurous activities, such as white water rafting or bungee jumping, you probably need to consider extra cover, such as adventure travel insurance. Diving is popular in Bali, but you’ll need to check your policy cover levels if this is something you plan on doing.

Given its geographic location, Bali does occasionally suffer natural disasters such as volcanoes, earthquakes and tsunamis. Check your policy’s small print to see if your insurance covers you for extreme events, such as volcanic ash disruption.

Always check exactly what’s covered by a travel insurance policy before you buy it. It’s up to you to make sure you have the right cover in place for your trip. If your plans change while you’re away and it looks like you’ll need extra cover, contact your insurance provider to see if you can amend your policy.

Do I need a visa for Bali? 

Brits can visit Bali for up to 30 days without a visa – if you intend to stay between 30 and 60 days, you’ll need to apply for a visa before you travel. Find out more about applying for a visa to Bali. Also, your passport will need to be valid for at least six months after you arrive in Bali.

Any other travel tips for Bali?

Vaccinations: You should see your doctor four to eight weeks before your trip – they might advise you to have vaccines such as hepatitis A, tetanus and typhoid (these are usually free on the NHS).

Climate: Bali has a tropical climate all year round. June, July and August tend to offer the most pleasant weather for visitors, but they’ll also be the busiest times.

Time difference: The island is eight hours ahead of Greenwich Mean Time (GMT).

Tipping: Isn’t required, but it is welcomed.

Any other travel tips for Bali?

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