Aussie Bali bubble could be in place next month. NZ travel zone stalls

Could Australians be visiting Bali before Kiwis get to the Cooks?

While plan for a Cook Islands-New Zealand travel zone hangs in the balance, Australians are set to launch their own holiday bubble with Indonesia as soon as next month.

The tourist island went into lockdown due to the coronavirus four months ago, shutting its international borders. However, from next month international visitors will be free to visit Bali.

Indonesia has hoped to welcome Australian tourists back to resorts in Bali as soon as September 11th. While Bali has undergone a slow re-opening to domestic travel since August, it is hoping that Australian visitors will be back this year.

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