Best Time To Visit Bali – Bali is a tropical island paradise with the tropical climate which is located near the line of the equator, with season 2 of “Rain” and “dry” season of “hot” and “cold” because the sun shines all day long. The second season features the pros and cons of each can affect decisions when planning a trip.
The Dry Season
The dry season usually occurs from april to October. This is the best time of the year for the surfers, the consistent with the waves hit the shore for surf almost every day. Some of the best places to surf during the dry season it is like Uluwatu, Padang Padang, Bingin and Balangan.
Fresh air also make tourists more and even air conditioning is not needed.
Prices rise during the dry season, especially during the peak periods is the month of July and August. This is much more crowded than the previous months, with the show attracting surf of surfers from different countries. Good idea to book accommodation (at least for a couple of nights) before because a lot of places will be full.
The Rainy Season
Monnsoon wind bringing rain to Bali from november to March, with the largest rainfall in December and January. It’s also the hottest month in the know and daily temperatures can reach 30 degrees. Coupled with the rain makes it very moist, and you’d better find accommodation with air conditioning, if you can afford.
Bali’s streets became slippery during the wet season, and frequent flooding. If you are not comfortable driving with a motorbike on the sunny conditions then you must perform extra care on a rainy day. The heavy rain also brought rubbish from the mouth of the River to the sea, then was brought back to the beach.
In addition, the mosquito seems worse during the rainy season. Dark clouds cover most of the Sun that are currently drowning, use of effective anti mosquito spray and make sure your bed has a mosquito net the right (without holes).