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Weather in Bali

Bali is the epitome of paradise. With picturesque beaches and so much to do and see, its the ultimate holiday for everyone. More and more people around the world are visiting its pristine shores each year. You can join them and beat those winter blues or enjoy a hot and luxurious summer without the risk of rain. Knowing when would be the ideal time to visit can help you plan your holiday accordingly.

What is the best time of the year to visit Bali?

Bali is located 8 degrees from the equator. Due to this, it enjoys generally great temperatures all year around. The only thing you really need to take into consideration when you go to visit Bali is how busy it will be.

High season in Bali (when most visitors arrive) is between July to August, over the Easter Holidays, and during the Christmas to New Year period. By visiting Bali just before or after the high season period, you'll find that you may be able to get deals up to 50% cheaper! Bali tends to be the best in terms of low tourist population and great holiday deals in the months of April, May, June and September.

When are the hottest months of the year in Bali?

The hottest average temperature is 28°C in May. In January, on average the coldest month Bali experiences, the average temperature is 26°C. However, while the temperature is often considered ideal year-round, they do have a monsoon climate and this climate cycles between dry and wet seasons.

What months are the wet and dry seasons in Bali?

Wet season in Bali is between October to March. The dry season in Bali is between March to October.

Even during the wet season, you'll still most likely experience sunny periods throughout the day which means that whether you want to go during summer or over Christmas, you can expect great weather. Just don't let the weather let you forget to take the necessary precautions. Have comprehensive travel insurance for your trip that includes coverage for water sports. Remember to have a to-go pack with a reusable water bottle, a hat, and of course sunscreen.

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