Consult your doctor or travel clinic for advice. It is also worth checking the NaTHNaC web site for up-to-date information. We cannot give official advice on inoculations. However many of our clients elect to take precautions against:
– Tetanus, Typhoid, Hepatitis A, Diptheria, Polio. – Rabies: it is recommended, though not essential, that you have the 0.1ml rabies vaccine. – Japanese B Encephalitis: not required for Bali.
If you need to take prescribed medicines while in Bali bring sufficient supplies for the length of your stay. Please also inform us and your teachers or chaperones if you are coming with a school group.
Details on the level of fitness required to participate in our adventure activities varies depending the specific program and activities selected. These can be provided on request. Details are provided by following selections proposed by clients. This information can usually be accessed by clients directly from our providers
Travel & Medical Insurance
Clients and groups coming to BCAC purchase health insurance independently if and when deemed necessary and affordable by them. It is preferable for insurance to cover medical evacuation. We also recommend travel insurance to cover loss of personal belongings and costs associated with cancelled or delayed flights etc.
Passports: Your passport must have at least 6 months validity before the expiry date at the time of your arrival in Indonesia. Failure to have at least 6 months validity on your passport can result in denial of entry into Indonesia.
Visas: Those visiting Indonesia for 30 days or less are issued a Visa On Arrival at the airport in Bali. There is no requirement to organize visas prior to arrival. A thirty days Visa On Arrival can usually be extended for a further 30 days.
Each individual is required to pay a departure tax at the airport following check-in. Currently this is of Rp. 200,000. Some airlines include this tax in the cost of tickets. Clients need to check this in advance of their arrival at the airport.