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Officials downgrade Mount Agung volcano alert on Bali

Asian Trails Indonesia is happy to announce that local authorities and volcanic experts have decided to downgrade the alert level of Mount Agung from level 4 to new level 3 due to decreasing level of tremors during the past weeks.

The safety parameter around the crater rim has been reduced to between 6-7.5 km depending on the direction. All activities are still prohibited within the safety parameter for residents and tourists. North-East coast is now open again for local residents and tourists including villages in Kubu and Tulamben. Siddhartha Ocean Front Hotel is expected to be open by 11th November 2017 but Mimpi Tulamben Resort is still remain closed and is not able to confirm the reopening date. Diving activities in Tulamben is not yet reactivated and Besakih temple’s remains closed as it’s location is still within the safety parameter.

We’ll still pay close attention to the situation and will inform you if we have further news regarding the re-opening of hotels and activities near Mount Agung. In case you have any questions, please do not hesitate to contact our reservation team via res@asiantrails.co.id

Best regards,
Asian Trails Indonesia

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