Can I visit Bali now? Can I get a visa? Are there restrictions?

Jalan Pendakian Gunung Batur, Bangli, Indonesia Batur Mountain

The current COVID-19 pandemic is a major buzzkill for travellers around the globe. Many planes have flown with empty seats or have remained grounded during these trying times. Many look on at Bali’s empty tourist hotspots and Instagram locations and dream – “can I just visit Bali now”.

What if I told you that you could?

Bali, as with the rest of Indonesia is in the middle of a three-step plan to open again for international tourism. Domestic travel started back up again on July 31st – with international arrivals initially planned for September 11th.

One quick gander at your phone screen will show you clear as day that September 11th came and went. The airport devoid of flights, like everyday in Bali was Nyepi. The reopening date has now been pushed back to January 2021 but to this day, we are still waiting for an official announcement.

These rules, however, are for tourist visas. There is another way to come to Indonesia vie the new B211 e-visa.

Through Bali Reply, it has never been easier to come to Bali. We are working with our Immigration agent partner to offer you an efficient and transparant service.

What we offer:

  • Business Visas (maximum stay of 6 months). Are you looking for an investment opportunity on the island? This is the visa for you if you are hunting for investment, suppliers or customers for a potential post-pandemic business. Of course you do not have to invest anything and can use this visa for a visit. The initial costs is 450 €, giving you 60 days free stay. You can then extend every 30 days (maximum 4 extensions) for a 50€ fee.
    A standard time frame to receive this visa is around 10 to 20 days, but express approval is available to receive your visa within three working days.
  • Retirement Visas – We couldn’t imagine anywhere better to spend your retirement. Great weather, delicious food, beautiful beaches and even greater people.

For any of these options the process just became much simpler with the new e-visa system. Just get in touch with us and we will be happy to answer your questions and to assist you.

So Can I Visit Bali Now?

Yes you can, we just need to know a little more about you and your plans !

Hotels and villas being so cheap at the moment, the cost of the visa will be covered by the savings you will make… Without saying that now is the best moment to enjoy Bali without the crowd… So what are you waiting for?

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