The Bali climate is hot all year. The daily average is 32 degrees Celsius but the humidity can make the heat feel very oppressive. Direct sun feels incredibly hot, especially in the middle of the day when you’d be crazy if you didn’t stay in the shade. The Wet Season is between the months of October – April, the Dry Season between the months of May – September but it can rain at any time of year and even during the wet season rain is likely to pass quickly.
In general, the best months are April to September, when humidity is lower and the rain is light and infrequent. The central mountain area is typically cooler than the lower coastal areas. Overall, the climate is hot tropical but there are marked variations across the island: around the north coast sea breezes may temper the heat and as you move inland you also move up, so the altitude works to keep things cool. In fact, at times it can get very chilly up in the highlands, and a warm sweater or light jacket can be a good idea in mountain villages like Kintamani and Candi Kuning – Bedugul, The nothern slopes of Gunung Batur always seem to be wet and misty, while a few kilometres away, the east coast is nearly always dry and sunny. Days are almost always 12 hours long. Sunrise is around 6:00 a.m, locals can be seen on the beach blessing the new day, playing with their families in the surf or harnessing their nets for a day of fishing. The sun then sets around 6:00 p.m when families generally retreat inside.
WHAT TO WEAR?
Light clothing, sandals or flat shoes, sun glasses and a bottle of water. For the middle of the day sun screen and hat.
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