Bali – a sunny escape that offers the chance to cure your surf cravings, get your Asian food fix and explore your spiritual side. But we're going to bet you've heard some stories of things going wrong in Bali. A few of the things our customers have made a claim for from a trip to Bali are:
Our travel insurance can cover you for various things you may encounter on your trip to Bali. But what does that mean? Have a look at exactly what we cover and what we don't to check if the policy offers protection for the things you feel are important, but some specific things we offer cover for are:
Our international policies can cover valuable electronic items such as cameras, laptops and phones if they're stolen, permanently lost or damaged. You can purchase extra cover for your valuable items for an additional premium.
If you've arranged an excursion and the tour operator cancels because of bad weather, or you cannot reach a tour in time because of travel delays, we may be able to reimburse the cost of the tour or portion of the cost that you couldn't attend.
With vastly diverse landscapes, every star of hotel and all manner of activities, Bali offers something for travellers of all stripes.
Those wishing to take a well-deserved break from studying can find solace in Bali. Whether you're travelling with school friends or venturing solo, the streets of Bali are often filled with fellow pupils seeking a taste of culture without being too far away from home. Our travel insurance for students can covers things like course cancellation costs and additional expenses if you need to head back home for an exam.
Whether it's a big birthday bash or pre-wedding party, Bali knows how to accommodate group getaways. Group-friendly hotels scatter the island offering amenities to keep everybody happy. Our policies cover a maximum of two adults plus their dependent children, so if you're looking to cover a big party, you'll need to contact us to arrange group travel insurance across multiple policies.
While Bali is relatively safe to visit, it's always good to know some tips to make sure you've always got safety on your side.
Bali is a pleasure to travel around at any time of year, but there are certain seasons that are cheaper and have better weather conditions.
You must be wearing a helmet at all times (even if local law doesn't require it) and you must have a license to ride the same class of vehicle back in Australia. There are certain terms, conditions, limitations and exclusions that apply to coverage for events that occur while riding a motorbike or scooter. For more information check out this article.
Your TID policy offers cover for costs you incur as a result of natural disasters such as a volcanic ash cloud. However, to ensure you have cover, you need to have purchased your policy before it is a known event that you, or the mass media, is aware of.
You can be covered for pregnancy provided your trip ends on or before your 26th week of gestation for single pregnancies or the 19th week for a multiple pregnancy. For full details check out this article.
Read the policy wording for full terms, conditions, limitations and exclusions and to ensure the product suits your needs.
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