As of today, there have been no major changes reported in activity from Mount Agung since our last update from Thursday, 30 November.
Local authorities and experts keep the alert level of the volcano at 4 (out of 4) although there is currently no smoke or steam coming from the crater. The safety parameter of 10 – 12 kilometres around the crater rim is still in effect. All other areas are safe including Ubud, South-, North- and West Bali. We recommend avoiding the area North-East (Kubu, Tulamben) and East Bali (Candidasa, Sidemen) although there is no imminent danger.
The airports Bali and Lombok are both open and operate normally. Almost all airlines operate flights from and to Bali’s Ngurah Rai International Airport as scheduled.
We’ll monitor the situation closely with all available trusted sources. Our representatives, airport representatives and customer service manager are available for your clients on spot at any time.
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