As soon as you’ve filled in the online registration form on our website, your place at Kima Surf Bali is reserved. Payment arrangements are made through the confirmation email of your booking and, of course, more information will be given to you upon your arrival in Bali. This reservation is binding. Cancelling will result in a cancellation fee (see General Terms & Conditions).
Getting to Bali
Visas for Indonesia
If you want to stay longer than 30 days in Indonesia, then you either need to extend your paid visa-on-arrival once, or apply for a “social & cultural visa” from the Indonesian embassy/consulate in your country. This visa is valid for 60 days and can be extended up to four times by 30 days each time. However, this extension regulation does not apply for all social and cultural visas, so be sure to enquire at the Indonesian embassy/consulate in your country. Sponsorship from an Indonesian citizen is required in Bali. You will need to prepare documents such as a photocopy of your passport and two passport-sized photographs. Your Indonesian sponsor will need to supply a sponsorship letter, a photocopy of the sponsor’s identity card, a copy of the sponsor’s family register and a copy of the sponsor’s bank account statement.
Surfing and weather
Illness, vaccinations and insurance
We strongly recommend that everyone coming to Kima Surf Bali should have a travel health insurance. Apart from treatment expenses and drugs on location, this also covers return transport by an emergency service. This insurance costs about € 20. A must for everyone and mostly valid for a whole year. As well as a travel health insurance, you can also take out a casualty insurance (hospital daily benefits or even a pension in a worst-case scenario) and travel and baggage insurance. For Australian guests, please check www.indosurf.com.au.