Beautiful beaches, friendly locals and a very favourable exchange rate makes Bali a crowd favourite for Australians headed on holidays. However, with Bali belly, moped prangs and monkeys that would just love to pinch your new sunnies, there's a lot that can go wrong on a holiday to Bali. Thats why we take care of the what ifs with travel insurance. There are various cover options available in the details below.
Here are some of the cover benefits available with your policy.
Compensation for unforeseen medical expenses incurred whilst on an overseas holiday
Insurance if you have to cancel your trip due to unforeseeable events outside of your control (e.g. sudden illness).
If your flight is cancelled by the Airline for operational reasons we cover the reasonable cost of meals and accommodation.
We have two International plans to select from with different levels of cover.
Our most popular & comprehensive travel insurance plan - think first class without the price tag.
All international plans include cover for overseas medical expenses. Depending on the plan you choose, there may also be cover available for some other Coronavirus related events. Cover is explained in detail here
You must be wearing a helmet at all times (even if local law doesn't require it) and you have a license to ride the same 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 are covered, 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.
If the islands are a part of Bali such as the Gili islands, then you don’t need to put in Indonesia. However if the islands are not officially a part of Bali, then put 'Indonesia' in as the destination for your quote.
You will need to be riding the same class of vehicle you are licensed to ride in Australia, and a valid license for the country you will be riding in. You will need to check with the country that you will be riding in to make sure your license is accepted there.
Read the policy wording for full terms, conditions and exclusions and to ensure the product suits your needs.
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