Bali Volcano - Possible eruption on Mount Agung - Added 25th September 2017 - Updated 27th September 2017
The volcano Mount Agung is located on the island of Bali, about 71 kilometres (44 miles) from the tourist destination Kuta. The Indonesian authorities have kept the alert level at the highest classification, meaning an eruption could be imminent.
The National Disaster Mitigation Agency said no residents or tourists should be within 9km (5.5 miles) of the crater and within 12km (7.4 miles) to the north, north-east, south-east and south-southwest. There is no current danger to people in other parts of the island.
Ferries and fast boats between Bali and the neighbouring islands of Lombok and Java are also running as normal.
Bali Airport, I Gusti Ngurah Rai International (DPS) is operating as normal. Airline activities around Bali airspace are still normal with passengers' arrival departure process maintained. Customers are advised to re-confirm flights with the airline directly before travelling.
Anyone with concerns about travel in this area should contact their Booking Store for advice.
Customers in the area are advised to follow the advice of the local authorities.
Please also follow the travel advice of your Government:
STA Travel are monitoring this situation and updates will be added to this Travel Advice page.