COVID-19 Policies & Updates

The Luxe Nomad COVID-19 Policy on Managed Villas

We understand that flexibility is required given the impact Coronavirus has on travel. In the event where your trip is disrupted due to COVID-19-related flight cancellations or travel restrictions, the below terms and conditions apply:

In the event your trip is disrupted, we will supply you with the necessary paperwork to file a claim with your travel insurance. If you are not covered by travel insurance, please refer to the policies on our managed villas below.

We will refund your booking or provide a credit note based on the following conditions:

Terms and Conditions:

Our Partner’s COVID-19 Policy

For villas that are not part of our managed portfolio, please reach out to us at [email protected] so we can check on the latest cancellation policy for your desired property:

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The Luxe Nomad COVID-19 Health & Safety Guidelines

For our exclusively managed villas, we operate to 5-star standards and have adapted our usual practices in line with World Health Organization (WHO) guidelines and best global practices to ensure the villas remain a COVID-safe getaway:

Cleanliness at the villa

Your safety

Social distancing

Staff vaccinations

SHA Extra Plus Certifications (Thailand)

CHSE Certification (Bali, Indonesia)

Please Note: Guidelines may vary for a few villas. Please double-check with our Reservations team ([email protected]) upon enquiry.


COVID-19 Travel Guidelines & Requirements for Bali
(Updated 6 April 2022)

Important to note


Travelling to Indonesia

Starting 6 April 2022, Visa on Arrival valid for 30 days is granted to the following countries: Argentina, Australia, Belgium, Brazil, Brunei, Cambodia, Canada, China, Denmark, East Timor, England, Finland, France, Germany, Hungary, India, Italy, Japan, Laos, Malaysia, Mexico, Myanmar, Netherlands, New Zealand, Norway, Philippines, Poland, Qatar, Saudi Arabia, Seychelles, Singapore, South Africa, South Korea, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland, Taiwan, Thailand, Tunisia, Turkey, UEA, USA, and Vietnam arriving directly to Bali (Denpasar Airport)

Visa on Arrival - Valid for 30 days and can be extended for another 30 days

Visa Exemption Agreement - Valid for the following ASEAN Passport holders, valid for 30 days and cannot be extended:

Note: For countries without the VOA, A Single Visit Visa (B-211) permits visitors to stay for 60 days in the country. The visa can be extended up to four times and for 30 days each extension.

All foreign visitors entering Indonesia are required the following:

Indonesia Travel Covid Insurance available here.

All foreign visitors upon arrival must present the following:


COVID-19 Vaccination Registration

The Indonesian Government recognizes the following vaccinations (including but not limited to):

International travellers are required to present their proof of vaccination in digital copy via Peduli Lindungi App and present the QR code upon arrival in Indonesia.



COVID-19 Travel Guidelines & Requirements for Thailand
(updated 26 April 2022)

Before planning your trip to Thailand, please confirm if you are eligible for travel into Thailand with the Thai Embassy in your country. Please also note that the following information is subject to frequent change, which may not be reflected in this guide. For more information, please visit the Thailand Pass Website: https://tp.consular.go.th/en/plan.


Fully vaccinated travellers and unvaccinated travellers who can present a negative pre-travel RT-PCR test result are allowed to enter the country by air, provided that they meet the following requirements:

Travellers who are unvaccinated and cannot present a negative pre-travel RT-PCR test result are also allowed to enter the country by air, provided that they meet the following requirements:

Please see a list of Thailand-approved vaccines and additional general requirements HERE.