The Choice of every traveler, Bali is the most popular tourist destination and every individual has a dream of a Bali tour. Stunning Landscapes and terrains, rice fields and terraces, astounding white sand beaches, marvelous Balinese temples, and finest Bali arts of woodcraft, stone carving, poetry, textile designing, and many other things make Bali a most popular and top tourist destination.
Remember one thing that every precious thing shines at its utmost point for a special time. If you are traveling to Bali, it is most important to consider the climate and weather and many other factors that are essential to determine how the holiday experience will be.
As a travel planner and holiday operator, we suggest every traveler consider the best of best and perfect timing to enjoy a much experiential holiday.
Although Bali is an all-time quiet warmer and tropical climatic region with only two major seasons of dry and Rains, the Dry season from April to September is considered as the best time to visit Bali.
Dry Season in Bali
Bali Dry Season from April to September is the best time to visit Bali. While most visitors arrive in Bali during July and August, some portion of tourists visits Bali in Rainy Season as well.
The dry season in Bali means no rains and expect occasional rains which surprise the locals as well as the tourists too.
Highlights and Major Attraction of Bali during Dry Season
Bali is a veteran tourist hub and will be attractive. Tourism runs for the whole year. However, the peak season is the Dry season and the month of July-August reaches the most visitors. The major reasons and advantages of Visiting Bali in the Dry Season are as follows:
No Rains, Clear Weather Sunny Day
Ignoring some occasional rains, the dry season is the best for Bali sightseeing and views. The Sunny day with clear blue sky, often similar clear weather, clearly seen long sights, cool and pleasant days compared to hotter rainy season make Dry season perfect timing.
The beaches are more clean and stunning compared to the monsoon. The side water is more tranquil and colorful. The dry season is the best to spend a whole day on the beach with several activities and meals.
Another best thing about the dry season is that the weather is cooler than the Rainy Season. The Temperature on sunny days comes around 23° to 27°. The evening dusk and sitting at the edge of the cliffs at the coastal shore and relaxing with beautiful ocean waves/tides, what else better than this.
Adventure sports and activities
The dry season is best to enjoy many water adventures and activities either underwater, ground, or in the air. The soft wind and continuous sunny days are best to enjoy sports like parasailing, surfing, beachball, jetski, jetboat, and many others. Where the rains cause the ocean to little dirty or muddy during the rainy season,
Monsoon in Bali
Bali is an island just 8 degrees south of the equator. The temperature throughout the year is expected to be quite warmer, dry seasons are less cooler while the monsoon is a little hotter. Rains during monsoon are quite more often and expected to be everyday raining during mid of monsoon.
The monsoon in Bali is a little longer than dry, the beginning and end of the monsoon is a season-changing period also included in the monsoon.
Generally, the monsoon often starts from late September or early October and lasts till April.
Although the dry season is the best time of the year for visiting Bali, the monsoon is also best for many reasons. It offers what you can’t enjoy on dry days.
Rice fields and Bali Terraces field
The best part of visiting Bali early monsoon or late monsoon is the stunning landscapes and terrain that is full of lush rice paddies. Amazing terrace fields and beautiful paddies along with the palm trees around is the corner of the world where you forget everything and are lost in the beauty of nature.
Rivers, streams, and waterfalls
The early drops revive the rivers and streams and continuous rains relive the charms of the waterfalls. The lost beauty of the waterfalls again blooms with the boon of the rains.