COVID-19 INDONESIA TRAVEL UPDATES

INFORMATION ABOUT OPERATIONAL POLICY DUE TO THE IMPACT OF COVID-19 OUTBREAK

Bali will open to International Arrivals with quarantine from 14 October to only a few countries on a trial basis and will continue to be reviewed if all conditions continue to complied.

The government has announced the possible reopening Bali’s Ngurah Rai Airport for international travel starting October 14, 2021. Foreign tourists who are allowed to enter Indonesia are from South Korea, China, Japan, UAE and New Zealand.

We will be providing more details when they become available. 

These travel restrictions are subject to change in response to the circumstances surrounding COVID-19.

International Travelers into Jakarta 

  • Valid e-VISA for entry into Indonesia for (Foreign travelers)
  • Negative PCR test taken within  3 x 24 hours of departure
  • Quarantine 8 x 24 hours in a designated hotel (Jakarta list here)
  • Downloaded Peduli Lindungi App 
  • Proof of full vaccination (physical or digital). 
  • Confirmed quarantine hotel booking (with QR code from Hotel).
  • Foreign travelers are also required to show health insurance/travel insurance which covers COVID-19 quarantine and treatment in Indonesia.

 

Domestic Travelers into Bali

The following travel document requirements during the Community Activity Restrictions (PPKM) which takes until further notice and applied to International travelers who have completed quarantine in Jakarta. 

Foreign (WNA) travelers
Who have just finished their 8 day quarantine and fly out on the same day that quarantine is finished can check in using their release letter, negative PCR test. 

  • Negative PCR 2 x 24 hours prior to departure
    • Test result must have a BarCode/QRCode
  • Proof of vaccination ( minimum one shot)
    • Or Medical Health Exemption Lette
  • Downloaded Peduli Lindungi App
  • Passengers under the age of 12 are temporarily prohibited from boarding a plane. Please check directly with airlines. 

Besides the above requirements, upon arrival at the destination airport, passengers may have to go through additional health checks or to fill other forms/statement letters required by local authorities/local government. 

Passengers are expected to prepare a copy and original of the documents prior to arrival at the departure airport and present it upon check-in.

The following travel document requirements apply to Indonesian citizens (WNI) during the emergency public activity restrictions (PPKM Darurat) which takes effect from 26 July 2021 until further notice

  • Fully Vaccinated Passengers Travelling by air 

    • Negative Rapid Antigen 1 x 24hrs prior to departure

    • Proof of vaccination 

      • or Medical Letter of Exemption 

  • One Dose Vaccinated Passengers Travelling by air 

    • Negative PCR 2 x 24hrs prior to departure 

      • Test result must have a BarCode/QRCode

      • Test must be from Approved Government Lab  

      • Proof of vaccination 

        • ​or Medical Letter of Exemption 

  • or Negative 1 x 24hrs antigen for traveling overland / ferry

    • Proof of vaccination ( minimum one shot)

      • ​or Medical Letter of Exemption 

  • Peduli Lindungi App loaded on mobile applies 

Remarks: 

1. Any travelers who are above 12 years old and unable to receive the COVID-19 vaccinations must have medical statement from specialist doctor at the hospital 

2. Children with the age of bellow 12 years old are temporary prohibited to travel. 


Currently Bali (DPS) is not open to international flights, however domestic travel is permitted so long as the above requirements are met. 

Each Indonesian province has different rules and regulations related to travel health protocols which are issued by the respective Governor. 

SAFETY MEASURES AT YACHT SOURCING

  • We’re here to reassure you that your safety remains our top priority. We’ve implemented a number of precautionary measures in response to the situation from increased temperature checks, routine vessel disinfection, and more.
  • All boat areas must installed a hand sanitizer dispenser and a COVID-19 awareness sign in several languages at the entrance of the vessel. The hand sanitizer must be at least 70% alcohol. Everybody who enters should sanitize their hands.
  • Cruise Director to reinforce in daily meetings to guests these guidelines
  • When possible, the vessel should encourage as many online transactions with guests such as: filling online forms, e-learning for theory, paying using online payments or credit cards instead of cash.
  • The Lounge and cabins should have a bottle of hand sanitizer on the counter. The counter must have single use pens available. The guest can be asked to clean the pen themselves.
  • The vessel will have COVID-19 awareness signs, especially in bathrooms reminding guests to wash their hands with soap for 20 seconds.
  • Hand sanitizers dispensers should be placed in every bathroom.
  • Social distancing will be crucial in the daily operations of a the vessel especially when dealing with different groups and guests.