TRAVEL to BALI
Visa Regulations are based on your passport / nationality
140 nationalities need no Visa (FREE ENTRY; refer to webpage for list, max. stay 30 days)
A Free Entry Stamp CANNOT be extended
Passport must always be valid 6 months (for social visa 12 months) from day of arrival. No exceptions.
Keep a page on passport empty for stamp or visa sticker!
Day of arrival counts as day one, day of departure counts as full day
Penalty fee for overstaying IDR 300,000 per day
Don't bring more than IDR 100mil in cash (ca. AUD 10,000)
More information CLICK HERE
PASSPORT MUST BE VALID FOR A LEAST SIX MONTHS AFTER YOUR DATE OF ARRIVAL.
HOW TO GET THERE…
Try to find a flight that doesn’t arrive too late on the start date. There is one airport to fly into in Bali - Denpasar Airport.
Bali airport to Ubud - is approximately 1.5 hours drive
Bali airport to Seminyak - is approximately a 30 minute drive
Bali airport to Canggu - is approximately 1 hour drive
Bali to Komune Beach Hotel - is approximately 1 hour drive, just outside of Sanur Area
Be mindful to leave yurself enough time to get to and from the airport as Bali is renowned for heavy traffic and delays.
Best to book your flight departing from Denpasar airport the night of your finishing day, most hotels offer a half day rate for a late check out or option to book the extra night. If you would like to arrive a day early or stay on longer this can be arranged directly with your experience accomodation or feel free to contact Casey on email@example.com for assistance.
We can arrange a transfers for you from airport to our experience locations. The transfers will be at an additional cost, depending on how many people are in your shuttle. This can be arranged with you at least a week prior to the experience start date, so you know exactly how much cash to bring and who you will be sharing a shuttle with. Once you arrive in Bali you’ll be greeted just outside the airport terminal by your friendly driver with a The Help Experience sign and then set out on a ride to our experience location.
If you need any help booking your flight, please let us know and we will connect you with our Help Experience trusted travel consultant Kym Lamberger - SHE IS AMAZING!
Please let us know you specific dietary requirements, allergies and intolerances and we will do our best to accommodate. The food in Bali is both western and traditional and sometimes vegans and vegetarians, but not always. When eating at our locations we advise the chefs of your requirements and will always let you know if it is not possible, endeavouring to help out as best we can.
HOW SHOULD I PACK?
Bali is located about 8 degrees south of the equator. Therefore you can expect a tropical, warm and humid climate all year around - with two main distinctive seasons: Dry Season and Rainy Season. May is the hottest month in Bali with an average temperature of 82°F (28°C) and the coldest is January at 79°F (26°C) with the most daily sunshine hours at 9 in April. Pack light, leaving room for shopping and your weaving to return home with you.
IT IS ADVISABLE TO TAKE ALONG:
Comfortable runners or similar are advisable for the walks and bike rides. A hat and of course don’t forget your swimmers and sunscreen.
A laundry service at each location can be arranged at an additional cost
The currency is Indonesian Rupiah. Most shops take Credit Card, however some restaurants, all buses, and scooter rides don’t. Cash and coins are required.
Whilst it is not a marathon, an average level of fitness is required for the sunrise.
Indonesia has severe penalties for narcotics offences, including the death penalty.