Airport transfers are included with your tour. You will be met at the airport. After you exit the secure area look for someone with a sign with either your name or the Women's Travel Club.
Emergency contact (24 hours): Togik Warman +62 813 3787 3777
We need some important information prior to your trip. This information will include your flight details which we need for your transfer. Please fill in this information as soon as possible.
Please use this form to add available options to your tour. Any options selected will be added to your file and you will receive an updated invoice.
Arrive to Bali - Ngurah Rai International Airport (DPS) - at any time on or before first day of tour. Transfer to the Alila Manggis hotel.
Depart from Bali - Ngurah Rai International Airport (DPS) - at any time on last day of tour. Depart from Hotel Indigo Seminyak.
The Women’s Travel Club recommends booking flexible/refundable air tickets when possible. Please do not book flights until your tour status is guaranteed. Once your flights are booked please enter your flight information on the pre-travel form above.
If you would like assistance booking international flights for your tour please use the form below. The Women’s Travel Club Flight Desk will work with you to arrange the best options.
Our Flight management fee is CAD 100.00 + HST, per tour.
Canadian and U.S. citizens need a visa to travel to Indonesia and can get a Visa on Arrival (VoA) at the airport in the arrival hall. VoA can now also be purchased online. The Visa is valid for 30 days and can be extended once for an additional 30 days.
You should always make sure that your passport is valid for at least 6 months past the dates of travel. At least one blank page for the placement of the Indonesian visa or entry stamp.
While no specific vaccinations are required, we recommend that your routine vaccinations are up to date and that you visit a local travel health clinic or doctor for advice prior to the trip.
Please note that Polio is present in Indonesia. Polio can be prevented by vaccination. Be sure that your vaccination against polio is up to date. One booster dose of the polio vaccine is recommended for adults. If you are staying more than 4 weeks, you may need to show proof of polio vaccination when you leave the country.
The Women's Travel Club recommends travelers to be fully vaccinated against COVID. Some countries will require COVID vaccination to enter, it is the traveler's resposibility to insure they meet all requirements.
Travel requirements may change at any time. Please visit your government's travel recommendations page.
Canada - https://travel.gc.ca/
USA - https://travel.state.gov/content/travel/en/international-travel.html
Chat with others on your tour on our private, online network. Share information and ideas for your upcoming tour.
Join the live, online meet and greet to meet your fellow travelers and your tour host. This informal online get-together will happen shortly before your tour.
Join us March 14 @ 7 PM
Share pictures from the tour on this photo sharing app. Photos can be uploaded to social media. A great way for everyone to have access to the best photos.
This is a suggested packing list for your tour. Please keep in mind that your personal needs or requirements may differ from the items on this list.
The official currency in Indonesia is the Indonesian Rupiah (IDR). Notes are come in denominations of 1,000, 2,000, 5,000, 10,000, 20,000, 50,000, and 100,000 rupiah. Coins are come in denominations of 50, 100, 200, 500 and 1,000 rupiah. Please note that the Indonesian government only allows you to bring in cash at the maximum value of 100,000,000 rupiah. Cash is still a regular form of payment in Bali, particularly in the smaller shops, for transportation, and for gasoline.
ATMs are easily found in Bali’s most populated areas. ATMs may be more difficult to find in secluded areas such as the north of Bali or Nusa Penida, Ceningan Island. ATMs dispense either 50,000 or 100,000 notes. A sticker will clearly indicate which one.
Visa and MasterCard are the most accepted credit cards in Bali. Many restaurants and shops accept credit cards, particularly in tourist areas, but do not rely on your credit card for payment. Cash, in many cases, is the only acceptable form of payment, particularly in remote areas. Be aware that additional fees may be charges to when paying with credit card.
In Indonesia there are two associated plug types, types C and F. Type C plugs have two round pins and type F plugs have two round pins with two earth clips on the side. Indonesia operates on a 230V supply voltage and 50Hz.