Wakatobi has announced that its Southeast Sulawesi eco resort will be reopening on 3 June this year, as Indonesia starts to ease its Covid-19 visa restrictions.
Indonesia has reinstated its visa on arrival programme at Bali’s Ngurah Rai International airport and has begun trialling quarantine-free entry for some visitors. Wakatobi also reports that its staff have been informed that from 1 April, the Indonesian government intends to eliminate all quarantine requirements for inbound international travellers.
Based on the new developments, the Wakatobi team says that it has begun the process of reopening. Staff members who returned home or were placed on partial furlough through the pandemic are now en route to the resort. In the coming weeks the team plan to reassemble and and ensure everything is ready to reopen by May, at which point they will conduct a rehearsal to ensure the resort and its facilities are fully prepared.
Potential visitors are advised to contact the resort early to secure bookings or schedule dates for bookings that had been postponed due to the pandemic.
For more information, to make a reservation or discuss rescheduling a postponed visit, contact the reservations team at www.wakatobi.com/prices-booking/booking-trip-enquiry