COVID-19 TRAVEL GUIDE

COVID-19 TRAVEL GUIDE

The latest updates on managing safety with respect to travel in Indonesia

Last updated: 26 June 2020
Next Update: 6 July 2020

Safety First

Over the past months, the world has experienced unprecedented change in how we balance safety with mobility. We will be updating this page to provide the most current information on the government’s decisions for what is safe in Indonesia.

For a quick response, please contact: info@indoyachts.com.

We will be happy to help ensure the best personal service for planning your charter within the most conservative safety parameters.

Current Progress

We have a yacht leaving Bali on 28 June 2020. All crew has been tested and confirmed negative for COVID-19.

Our first charter of the season is on 6 July out of Komodo National Park. This will be our first experience with new Komodo National Park regulations. Stay tuned for updates.

The second charter of the season is planned for 18 July also in Komodo National Park.

For now, we are limited to serving guests already in Indonesia.

As soon as international borders re-open we will be ready for international guests.

We are staying current with new government regulations for travel including testing requirements and new safety guidelines within national parks.

We are implementing new safety protocols on the yachts for the safety of crew and guests including mandatory crew testing and updated sanitization measures before each charter.

We are taking new bookings with flexible terms and special offers.

Current Situation in Indonesia

International Travel – Limited

Borders may re-open to international tourists in October 2020

Jakarta airport is now operating for international flights

Domestic Air Travel – Open with conditions

Domestic flights are operating on limited schedules

All passengers must undergo COVID-19 testing in advance

National Parks – Open with conditions

New social distancing guidelines apply

Yacht Travel – Open with conditions

Harbormasters are authorizing yachts clearances

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