When it comes to planning your Bali holiday, then read our Top Reasons Why to Holiday in Bali. This information is a wonderful guide and snapshot.
Bali outshines the travel world, as a favourite holiday destination for many Australian travellers, particularly those living in the west. And why wouldn’t you, when you can get to Bali quicker from Perth, than if you jumped in your car and drove to Margaret River!
It may be cheaper too!
The lure of Bali is hardly surprising with its tropical weather and constant smiling locals. After all, this is the Island of the Gods. You can practically hear the lapping sound of the waves, the bustle of the shopping streets and alleys, the clatter of glasses and plates. Of course there is the plethora of hotels with big swimming pools and bars too.
Bali living is all about the gentle slow pace of life in a tropical paradise. From volcanic mountains and stretches of beaches, to swathes of rice paddies and coral reefs. Everywhere you look, there is a pervasive aura of spirituality. Every street and house has a small temple dedicated to past family members.
For those of us at BlueSun Travel, Bali is a dear friend and wonderful holiday destination. It is a huge island that caters to so many travel-loves, offering a diversity of regions and tastes, that would suit any age group and lifestyle. You just need to know where to look.
And that is where we fit in as Bali travel experts. Here is out top selection.
Top 9 Bali Holiday Destinations Picked by Travel Experts
- Jimbaran Bay
- Nusa Dua
Weather in Bali
Bali temperatures are consistent throughout the year, hovering between 26˚C and 28˚C. However the rainfall does vary. December to March can see between 20 and 27 days of rain, with January being the wettest month. However, April to September is a a lot better. June and July are the best two months of the year with an average of 4 days a month of rainfall. To recap:
Dry Season: April to October - less rain, cooler breezes
Wet Season: November to March - more rain, hotter, more quiet
The best time of year to visit depends on what you’re hoping to see and do while there. The dry season is from November until April, and the monsoon season starts in May and lasts until October, with June being the wettest month.
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