Being the tropical paradise that it is, Bali sits snugly up against the equator and is famous for its endless summer. Cold nights, frozen toes and bags of woolly warmers are all things of the past once you step foot on this tropical oasis.
Warm days and perfect balmy nights all year around is what is in store for you.
Bali has only two seasons the wet and the dry
The temperature in Bali averages from 28 to 31 degrees no matter the time of year. Instead of the traditional Spring, Summer, Autumn, Winter seasons, Bali has only two seasons the wet and the dry.
From October to April: the Wet Season
I personally love wet season, the air is so fragrant and the rain cools and soothes the soul.
In Bali the wet season falls between October and April, where the temperature is comfortable but the humidity can be high.
Thick, aromatic air and tropical downpours can be expected during this time of the year. But, never fear, it’s also a wonderful time to be in Bali.
I personally love wet season, the air is so fragrant and the rain cools and soothes the soul. It never rains all day, and you can always tell when it’s coming as the air thickens and hawkers begin to bring their goods under cover.
December through to March are the months when you should expect the heaviest rain, but like mother nature everywhere in the world, she is not always predictable here either.
The dense hilly areas tend to get the most rain and the northern area of the island tends to get the least, but like everything else in the tropics, surprise is often just around the corner.
From May to September: the Dry Season
These months are wonderfully sunny and warm and are said to be the perfect time to travel to this enchanting island.
The dry season is said to cover the rest of the year, from May to September.
The dry season is much less humid and about the same average temperature. It can still rain of course, it is the tropics after all, but long, extended downpours are much less likely.
These months are wonderfully sunny and warm and are said to be the perfect time to travel to this enchanting island. To me though, it really doesn’t make much difference.