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Bali Travel Insurance

Planning a trip to Bali? Protect yourself with comprehensive travel insurance from iBlog, Australia’s leading online travel insurance specialist. With a range of coverage options to suit your unique travel needs and budget, iBlog has got you covered. Here’s what our insurance policies can offer you:

What Your iBlog Policy Covers

Depending on the level of coverage you choose, your travel insurance policy for your trip to Bali may include:

  • Unlimited Overseas Medical Expenses
  • Trip Cancellation for Unforeseeable Death, Injury, or Illness
  • Emergency Medical Evacuation
  • Trip Interruption
  • Lost Bags or Personal Belongings
  • Pregnancy Cover for up to 30 Weeks
  • Coverage for 90 Different Sports and Leisure Activities

Please refer to our full insurance policy terms and conditions for complete details on coverage.

Unlimited Overseas Medical Expenses

Natural Disaster Cover

When traveling to Bali, it’s important to protect yourself from unexpected natural disasters. With our policy upgrade option, you’ll be covered for natural disasters such as floods, cyclones, landslides, earthquakes, and volcanic eruptions. Please note that the coverage for natural disasters is not available if the event is known prior to purchasing or upgrading the policy. Make sure to check our website or consult our agents for any known natural disaster events before making a purchase.

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Natural Disaster Cover

What You May Not be Covered For

While our policies offer extensive coverage, there are some exclusions to keep in mind:

  • Government Warnings: Ensure that any current Australian Government foreign travel warnings won’t affect your coverage.
  • Consumption of Alcohol: Claims arising from alcohol consumption will not be covered.
  • Motorcycles & Scooters: Make sure you have a valid driving license for the country you’re in and the appropriate license for motorcycles 125cc or higher.
  • Unattended Belongings: Don’t leave your personal belongings unattended in public places like beaches.
  • High-Risk Activities: Check if your chosen activity is covered by our policies.
  • Reporting Incidents: Report any theft or loss of belongings within 24 hours to the appropriate authority to avoid claim denial.
  • Pre-Existing Medical Conditions: Make sure to disclose any pre-existing medical conditions at the time of purchase to ensure potential coverage.

High Risk Activities

FAQs

Q: Do I need travel insurance for Bali?

A: While travel insurance is not mandatory, it is highly recommended to protect yourself from unexpected events and expenses.

Q: Is medical cover included in all international policies?

A: Yes, medical cover due to any natural disaster is automatically included in all international policies.

Q: Can I cancel my trip due to a natural disaster?

A: If you have purchased our Silver or Gold level of cover, you will be protected for trip cancellations or cutting your trip short due to a natural disaster.

Q: Do I need to purchase the Natural Disasters add-on for medical cover?

A: No, medical cover for natural disasters is automatically included in all international policies.

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Conclusion

When planning your trip to Bali, don’t forget to secure comprehensive travel insurance from iBlog. Our policies offer peace of mind and protection against unforeseen circumstances. Enjoy your trip knowing that you’re covered by iBlog, your trusted travel insurance specialist. Click here to learn more about iBlog.

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