Newsletter March 2022
Seven Seas Update
The good news is, it's looking positive. Indonesia is open to all nationalities and there have been some recent developments regarding international travel. Flights are now arriving with international visitors to Bali, Jakarta and Manado.
The recently introduced 2 night 3 day quarantine (for visitors fully vaxed with a booster) can be done in 5 star hotels where guests are free to move around and use the hotel facilities and services. The hotel staff actually live on site. Considering most guests usually overnight at least 1 night after the long journey to Indonesia an extra night may be manageable by most.
Another development is the plan to totally drop the quarantine and re-introduce visa on arrival by April. It might happen sooner in March as Tourism Minister and Bali Governor have agreed to reinstate a visa on arrival (VoA) and remove quarantine for foreign tourists entering Bali . This is the best news we have had in the last 2 years.
We here at The Seven Seas can help assist guests with visa requirements should a visa before entry still be required at the time of your journey.
Should you have a trip booked with us or would like to join a trip in the coming months we have space on the following trips:
- April 03 - 17: Sorong to Ambon via Triton Bay and Banda Sea
- April 19 - May 03: Ambon to Ambon via Banda Sea
- May 09 - 25: Bau Bau to Labuan Bajo via Wakatobi and Komodo
Feel free to contact us for booking, availability, updates and advise on International travel to Indonesia.
The Seven Seas Team
Into the Blue: Wonders of the Coral Triangle
"Into the Blue: Wonders of the Coral Triangle" is making its way through Europe. The docu series produced and edited by the Spanish production company "Zona Mixta" with Alex's images won the Grand Prix prize during the International Underwater Film Festival in Belgrade, one of the most prestigious underwater film events in Europe.
The eight chapters documentary series filmed by Alex during the last 4 years in Indonesia in many of the places that Seven Seas sails every year, the docu series has been sold internationally to 4 different national TV channels.
They are currently broadcasted on German tv, click here for broadcast dates and times. Here you can watch the first 4 chapters in German:
If you want to watch them in English you can find the chapters here:
The Seven Seas - Pertokoan Simpang Siur (Kuta Poleng) C1 - Jl. Setiabudi
Kuta, Badung 80361 - Bali - Indonesia