Two Fish COVID-19 PROCEDURES
We have always been committed to our guests and staff safety in and out of the water. The following requirements have been put in place to ensure our guests and staff feel safe. We thank you for your co-operation with our requirements in the “new normal”. From the moment you arrive to the moment you leave we will be ensuring that you feel confident that we have your best interests at heart.
- Wearing a face mask at all times (aside from eating, drinking and diving)
- Practicing social distancing of 1m from people you are not travelling with
- Hand washing and regular sanitizing of areas and equipment in line with govt recommendations.
- Temperature checks for anyone entering the resorts / centres.
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WHAT IS THE SITUATION AT OUR LOCATIONS?
Lembeh and Bunaken are both open and welcoming guests.
Our Gili Air centre is temporarily closed, but we are open as usual in South Lombok.
Our Sanur centre is open.
In Amed we are able to take divers and courses, although we are in the process of moving our base there. Nusa Lembongan is open for diving but not accomodation in the short term, although we can of course arrange nearby accomodation for you on the island.
NEW BOOKING PROCEDURES
We realise that there is alot of stress about making a deposit for a booking in light of the corona-virus issues, we have therefore created a new COVID-19 flexible booking plan that will allow you to re-book at a later date at no extra cost.
HOW DOES THE COVID-19 FLEXIBLE BOOKING PLAN WORK?
- Pay the 30% deposit as normal for your entire holiday, with the balance to be paid on or before arrival.
- If you cannot travel on your chosen travel dates due to COVID then we will reschedule your booking for another time up to December 31st 2022.
This is a no-lose situation to plan your next dive adventure!!
HOW LONG WILL THIS LAST?
This is currently available for any bookings. With the rapidly changing global situation we will be constantly reassessing the situation and will adjust our policy accordingly.
WHEN AND HOW CAN I TRAVEL TO INDONESIA?
At the moment Indonesia is not issuing tourist visas, and there are indications that it may change during the first few months of 2021. As of yet there is no official confirmation on this.
Business and social visas are now available, which will allow you into the country for 60 days. All foreigner visitors except residents were barred from entering for a few weeks, but this restriction was lifted on Feb 9th. All incoming passengers must show a negative PCR test to board their flights and all inbound flights arrive in Jakarta. You then need to spend 5 days in a govt-sanctioned quarantine hotel (in your room) and you will have a PCR test on day 2 and day 5 – once they both come back clear you can continue your journey. Costs are borne by the passenger but are normally around 5-7 million IDR (4-500USD), including all meals.