Covid-19 Virus & Indonesian Tourist visit visa
Since 17 September 2021 Indonesia’s authorities are resuming the smart lock-down for daily activities at government and company offices, tourism attractions, etc. as a road map to the “New Normal” strict health protocol. The COVID-19 Task Force are ready to adopt the new normal way of life, following a strict health protocol. Now Indonesia is re-open tourism attractions, as the global crises and impact of the cornona virus is still cause transmision of the desease world wide, therefor the Indonesian government has made a road map as a standard Health Protocol for Handling travelers throughout the country, while each district or province could have other strictions and or rules as upon the spread and transmission of the virus which is eveluated per week schedule, for the details of the latest Kalimantan travel health protocol, feel free to contact us.
De' Gigant Tours
We have opened ourself to a new dawn, you are welcome back to discover Kalimantan lush rainforest and indigenous Dayak tribes.
Things have changed and we shall spend every attention to the health and safety of all our customers as our priority to meet the Standard Operating Procedures issued by the Ministry of Health of Indonesia
We have never stopped working during the past months, and still do particly from home, and office to serve our customers and partners better and in the most healthy way.
Our Sales and marketing team, will serve you in the same devotion which you can expect from us.
Indonesia has re-opens it borders for foreign Travellers per 17 September 2021
Indonesian borders are open for foreign visitors with regulation as below
Request a visit visa at the Indonesian embassy in your country, or online via the website Indonesia tourism visit visa online application
website address https://www.visa-online.imigrasi.go.id
International Airports to enter Indonesia
- Kualanamo airport (Medan Sumatera)
- Hangnadim ( Batam Island )
- Jakarta – Soetta airport
- Jakarta - Halim Perdana Kusuma airport
- Surabaya – Juanda airport
- Samratulangi airport (Manado)
- Bali - I Gusti Ngurah Rai airport
Note additional requirements for the visa application that the applicant must meet :
- Additional requirements include a full-dose Covid-19 vaccination card/certificate
- A letter of compliance with health protocols in Indonesia and proof of ownership of insurance/travel insurance.
- If foreigners do not have health insurance, they must make a statement that they have independent medical expenses if they are exposed to Covid-19 while in Indonesia
- Additional requirements could be differs per country as due of Covid infection risks
For the latest updates of tourism visitors out of countries to Indonesia, please check again soon, as we will keep update this post frequently.
Passengers on International & Domestic Flights
Passengers must bring copies of the necessary documents include a full-dose Covid-19 vaccination card/certificate and identity card prior arriving at the Airport and report to the Check-in Official.
Re-opening of Indonesian National Parks
The Indonesian national task force for COVID-19 has announced that natural tourism venues and activities in 29 tourism areas, include maritime, conservation and ecosystem-based activities in green and yellow zones located in the provinces of Jakarta, West Java, Central Java, East Java, East Kalimantan, West Kalimantan, Central Kalimantan, North Kalimantan, West Nusa Tenggara, East Nusa Tenggara, South Sulawesi, South Sumatra and Bali areas can be re-opened with limits in visitors normal capacity.
With the re-opening of the natural tourism areas, all tourist visitors, tour operators, regional communities and management of all the stakeholders involved, has to implement strong health protocols.