INDONESIA ENTRY REQUIREMENTS
Since 14 October 2021, Bali has been gradually opening its doors to international tourists. To support the process of Bali reopening, the Indonesian Government is making sure to keep their utmost efforts to prevent the spread of COVID-19 by maintaining a high vaccination coverage, as well as consistently providing safety protocols for all visitors.
As of 18 May 2022, all international travellers, whether they are Indonesian citizens or foreign nationals, should comply with all the detailed regulations.
Upon arrival, you will need to:
- show a card/certificate (physical or digital) proving that you have received a complete series of COVID-19 vaccine, minimum 14 days before departure. The Indonesian Government recognizes the following vaccinations: two-doses Pfizer, Moderna, Sinovac, AstraZeneca, or Sinopharm and single-dose of Johnson & Johnson.
- have downloaded PeduliLindungi app and completed the required steps.
- pay the VOA (Visa on Arrival) which costs 500.000 IDR and is paid directly at customs (valid for 30 days and can be renewed).
- show your return ticket or onward ticket to another country
For more detailed information about the regulations to enter Indonesia, you can visit their governmental website.
EL SALVADOR ENTRY REQUIREMENTS
El Salvador has opened its borders and started welcoming back foreigners since September 2020. On November 17, 2021, the Government of El Salvador removed the COVID-19 test and/or vaccination requirements for entry. However, you must verify with your airline that they have implemented this change to avoid complications at the departure airport. Even if there is no specific requirement anymore to enter the country, we highly recommend that you get a complete series of COVID-19 vaccination, minimum 14 days before departure. It’s everyone’s responsibility to keep each other safe!
Regardless of COVID, no visa is required to enter El Salvador. Upon your arrival at the airport, you’ll simply be asked to pay 12$US for a tourist visa. You’ll then be allowed to stay for 90 days in the country. For more detailed information, you can visit El Salvador governmental website .
ECUADOR ENTRY REQUIREMENTS
Ecuador approved resumption of commercial flight operations in June 2020. Upon entry to Ecuador, all travellers must provide:
- a COVID-19 with QR code or a COVID-19 vaccination certificate showing the traveler received a complete series of the COVID-19 vaccine at least 14 days prior to entering Ecuador.
- -OR- a PCR test certificate with a negative result received not more than 72 hours prior to your arrival to the country.
*Make sure to have a PRINTED version of your PCR test. There is no quarantine required. Verify with your airline if they have specific requirements regarding COVID-19. Special rules apply to travellers if their point of origin is Brazil or India or if they transit these countries en route to Ecuador. Reach out to us in case these countries are part of your itinerary. There’s no visa necessary. A maximum stay of 90 days in the country is authorized to regular tourists. For more detailed information, you can visit Ecuador governmental website.
FOR ALL DESTINATIONS
*Make sure that you have a travel insurance that covers Emergency Medical Coverage, including COVID-19 medical coverage (mandatory to participate in the Experience). Lots of credit cards offer coverage for short holidays.We advise you to check with your bank. Otherwise, here’s a list of travel insurance agencies that cover COVID-19.
*Make sure that your passport is valid for a minimum of six months following your departure date.
*If you need a PCR test to return back to your home country, we will organize that for you on site. The cost of the PCR test is NOT included in the retreat and therefore, you should plan some money for this (usually between 50$ to 100$US).