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COVID 19 Precautions

Dijiwa Sanctuaries has improved hygiene and safety protocols to provide visitors with peace of mind when visiting us during the new normal. Physical separation, reinforced cleaning protocols, mandatory hand washing, daily use of hand sanitisers and PPE, sterilisation of operating equipment, and a disciplined schedule of staff training recommended by tourism and health authorities are essential elements of this policy. Along with these new steps, we hope to ensure that hygiene and safety precautions do not jeopardise 'Dijiwa Sanctuaries' guests' satisfaction or hospitality experience.

Dijiwa Sanctuaries is taking the following steps:

  • All workers received WHO-recommended instruction on relevant guidelines.
  • All workers received WHO-recommended instruction on relevant guidelines.
  • Increased frequency and intensity of cleaning protocols
  • Regular disinfection of commonly touched surfaces (door handles, card readers, elevators, etc.)
  • Hand sanitisers made available to all guests in public areas
  • Staff members who are currently ill are not permitted to enlist

We take every step possible to ensure our guests' safety and peace of mind during their stay. Visitors can also help us uphold our high hygiene standards by taking the following precautions:

  • Frequently wash your hands with soap and water for at least 20 seconds.
  • Frequently wash your hands with soap and water for at least 20 seconds.
  • Avoid rubbing your eyes, mouth, and nose
  • Cover your mouth with your elbow while coughing or sneezing
  • Avoid unnecessary physical contact such as handshakes

We are excited to welcome guests in the coming weeks and months. Rest assured, we are taking every precaution imaginable to ensure that Dijiwa Sanctuaries are a peaceful, welcoming place to stay, where visitors can enjoy peace of mind and a welcome respite from the stresses of the world.

Please visit the following links for more information on immigration or international arrival requirements from the Bali province office:
Immigration Update
Bali Province Office