Bali Belly

What Is Bali Belly?

As soon as anyone ever mentions that they are going to Bali for sure the topic of Bali Belly nearly always comes up!

Bali Belly is a bacterial infection that presents itself mostly in the form of vomitting and/or diarrhoea. Sometimes travellers also have symptoms of headaches, fevers and feeling lethargic.

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How to Avoid Bali Belly?

Mostly Bali Belly can be avoided. Our tips and tricks to avoid Bali Belly are as follows:

What to Do When You’ve Got Bali Belly?

Please seek advice from a doctor if your symptoms persist or get worse. Here’s a list of medical and emergency contacts in Bali, in case you need it. 

Make sure you always travel with travel insurance – medical bills can be very costly without it!

Here’s to a Bali Belly free holiday for you all!

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