Mount Agung, a volcano in Bali, Indonesia, continues to be active with intermittent eruptions, with the most recent eruption on 29th June.
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Posted: Tuesday 29th May 2018
Reviewed & updated: Friday 29th June 2018
We are not covering any claims related to the Mount Agung volcano.
The volcanic activity on Mt Agung has been a known natural event since November 2017, and Mt Agung continues to be an active volcano with intermittent eruptions and flight disruptions.
As this has been published by many news outlets, we would not consider it to be unexpected if you or your holiday were affected by a further Mount Agung eruption.
If you’re concerned about what might be covered and what that means for you, email us here – and we’ll get right back to you.
What should you do if your holiday is affected?
The best place to start is with the airlines and companies you booked your holiday through. They should be able to assist you with getting refunds or changing your bookings.
If you would still like us to consider your claim, just click through to express claims and follow the steps.
What if things change?
We are keeping an eye on this situation, and will update this advice if there are any changes.
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