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Bali climate
Bali is Indonesia part of islands that lies on the eighth degree of South latitude in the Indian Ocean and has a correspondingly tropical climate.
This means among other things that the temperatures change little in the course of the year. The average day highs hardly varies between the warmest months (October, November) with around 32 degrees Celsius and the coolest months (February, March) with 30 degrees.
Also the nightly lows are moving in all months on similar
Level. They are on average between 22 and 23 degrees C.
However these are the temperatures that apply to the sea level. Bali has high mountains, the highest elevation is the Vulkan Gunung Agung over 3,100 meters high. Here even tropical climate with little changes during the year, the temperature level is here but of course much lower. Fall temperatures well below 10 degrees Celsius at night and during the day they get not much higher than 20 degrees
The monsoon rain is also climate characteristic on Bali. Bali is located in the Intertropical Convergence zone, the South-East monsoon ensures a dry, hot time and the North west monsoon for heavy rainfall during the rainy season.
Dry season prevails in Bali from May to October, while the rainy season from November to March. But the rains are not evenly distributed on Bali. Through the high mountains, especially the North Shore is protected from the monsoon rain. The most precipitation falls in the mountains even with about 3,000 millimeters a year, on the South coast, there are around 2.00
0 mm, on the North Coast, however, only 1,000 millimeters per



Bali Klimatabelle



There are daily flight connections from Europe. The distance is less than 12,000 km, the pure flying time to 12 hours. Prices vary according to season and booking period, preferred booking 3 months to fly often. You often get cheap flights on Skyscanner
Best time to visit Bali to the ascent of Gunung Agung
The ascent of the volcano Gunung Agung is possible only with a guide, equally belongs to the compulsory program for ambitious climbers and somewhat trained tourists. Mount Agung 3142 meters rises and has still volcanic activity, he applies the Balinese as a sacred site. The demanding climb to the Sunrise is a memorable highlight for many travelers.

Applies here as the best time to visit Bali, the dry season because the paths are then well passable and the view is less tarnished. A rise in the rainy season is officially even forbidden. One should not underestimate the rise: pick up at the hotel is usually around midnight, after 90 minutes then begins the rise of around 4stündige. After an hour takes it back down

Best time to the tours and the neighboring islands of Bali

Bali is a very interested destination for culture vultures and explorers. There is the possibility to rent a car (including riders 40-50 EUR per day) and explore this fascinating island on your own. Ubud, where you can get to know the traditional art of Bali is a popular destination. Here you can visit numerous art galleries, in which paintings and sculptures are exhibitedAlso, visit Ubud offers the opportunity to visit a traditional dance performance such as the well-known Barong dance. Temple at the foot of the volcano attractions include the island in addition to impressive rice terraces of course also a number of temples, including the Pura Besakih. This temple complex, which dates back to the 8th century, is the largest of the island and has some 200 buildings

Through the climate Bali generally dry months in the European summer as best travel time also apply to tours. If you kinda miss the originality of Indonesia, should compile with Gili Islands Lombok or on the small offshore speedboat. Here there is still a very different atmosphere and the prices are much cheaper. Our Tip: the island of Gili Air!


The rain has lush nature on Bali especially fresh and delivers an unforgettable spectacle. Good weather is guaranteed in the months of August and September. The disadvantage is that one must reckon with higher tourist arrivals. Want to spend a relaxing holiday, a stay is recommended rather in North Bali.
The rains of less here are violent as in the South of the island even during the rainy season, there are also significantly fewer tourists than in the southern resorts. The climate table also offers you an overview of the climatic conditions of Bali. We wish you lots of fun on the island of the gods and a wonderful holiday!