Bali, the island of the god, is indeed the traveler’s paradise which is warm and comfortable throughout the year. The sky touching pine trees, the organic rice paddies and the yellow-orange sunsets make it the best location for
Both the seasons bring with them the pros and the cons and one needs to align them with their requirements and then decide the best time to visit Bali for them.
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Best Time to Visit Bali
Dry Season (May- October)
When the southeast winds send dry air from Australia that’s when the Dry season for Bali sets in. The rainy day and the humidity hits Bali around September. Bali’s dry season is just like most of the coastal areas, warm in the day and easy-breezy at night. Although during the dry season the humidity and the stickiness in the air are gone and hence it makes it more comfortable.
It is the most appropriate time to go for a trek or other outdoor activities at the famous spots like Mount Batur.
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Wet Season (September- April)
Bali’s wet season begins from September and lasts till April. It isn’t the most appropriate season to start your tour as you may find it too humid and hot and end up all sweaty just after an hour in the sun outside. But there is always a silver lining that the offers and deals are way more affordable.
The sun is scorching at its brightest on the top of your heads. January is the rainiest month out of all the months comprising of the wet season. You can enjoy major outdoor sports like Canyoning as rivers are at their brim best. It is also the best time to enjoy river rafting at the Ayung, Bali’s longest river. One can also experience the Balinese New Year which is celebrated as a Day of Silence where mostly everyone stays indoors.
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The best time to visit Bali is the Dry season as you can experience traveler’s plethora of activities without a trace of