What are common travel insurance claims for Bali?
Bali might well be a paradise for many Australian tourists, but it is not without danger. ‘Bali Belly’, dengue fever and an entirely different set of road rules pose risks Australian travellers are faced with on this Indonesian island. Common claims on policies for travellers to Bali include:
- Upset stomach or 'Bali Belly'
- Dengue fever
- Motorbike / scooter accidents
- Travel delay
Columbus Direct covers you if you get injured or fall ill or during your trip and need to see a doctor or go to hospital. Scooters and motorcycles are covered up to 125CC, provided you’re wearing a helmet and have a full driving license that’s valid both in the country you’re riding in and your home country. To read the full conditions, please refer to our Product Disclosure Statement.
A medical situation in Bali can be seriously costly if you're without travel insurance. See an example in our Smart Traveller infographic.