Bali’s Mount Agung Volcano Alert Level Lowered to Three

The threat level of Bali’s Mt. Agung volcano was reduced from level 4 (high alert) to level 3 (alert) on the morning of February 10th at 08:30am local time, with authorities approving all those who were displaced from restricted areas to return to their homes.

The National PVMBG Geological Agency has been recording decreased volcanic and seismic activity over the past month, reducing the exclusion zone from 6 km, to now only 4 km radius around the summit in which there are no settlements found.

Operations on the island have been running as normal the past month with no disruption, including those activities in East Bali. Destination Asia Indonesia has been monitoring the situation closely with contingency plans in place for any circumstance.

We would like to take this opportunity to thank the many hotels on the island that have been highly supportive during service interruptions by offering complimentary nights and/or additional benefits and/or waived cancellation fees.

We will keep all agents updated if there are further changes to the status level of Mt. Agung.

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