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    The authorities have put up a no-go zone cordon around the volcano, and all hiking tours have been cancelled. So keep your distance from Mt Agung and there's no reason to worry about safety. Krakatoa-size eruptions are extremely rare... it's not like all of Bali will disappear in a puff of smoke.
    Be aware though, that depending on prevailing winds and an ash cloud, air traffic in and out of Bali may be disrupted. It happened a couple of years ago and flights were cancelled for weeks. Check that your insurance policy covers delay and cancellation from a volcano. about 1 month ago

    Answered by Ask Phil via Site_iconWorldNomads.com

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