Best Time to Visit Bali: Book Your Trip Now

 Kevin Brown
  28th-Jul-2019

Bali is the most popular island amongst visitors. A large number of people around the world visit this island. It is one of the most favorite holiday destinations for all tourists. We are letting you know the best time to visit Bali.

Bali has its own ancient culture. This island is very famous for its hospitality. They welcome the visitors in a hospital way. There are countless places to visit in Bali such as towering volcanoes, beautiful ranches, dense jungles, and so on. Generally, the best time to visit Bali for the tourists is between June and July. It is summertime. During August month, there are sunny days and the weather is dry. During these days, even you don’t have footing.

Best Time to Visit Bali in November:

Visiting Bali in November is the best time to visit Bali. The weather is average during this period. The rainfall is heavy during this month. It may not be an ideal time to visit Bali. Those who prefer to go for an outing may get hurt due to rain. But many people love to visit Bali this month despite much rain. The atmosphere looks as if it wears new clothes. People will be amazed by the beautiful surroundings.

Sometimes, the rain stays for a long time and sometimes, it disappears early. During the night, there is a little bit cold if there is rain. If you are planning to go for some outdoor activities then you should pick an umbrella with you as the rain mostly comes in the afternoon. But it will be a great experience to walk under the drops of the rain. It is not heavy rain. It is drizzling. Keep a warm jacket with you as an evening gets a little bit cold. Take a big hat and sunglass with you when the sun is over your head. Also, keep a waterproof mobile and camera so that you can take photographs of beautiful ranches.

What to explore in Bali this month?

So what will you expect in Bali? Visiting the beaches is the best way to spend time. Visit South, North, and East beaches in Bali. There are many popular beaches in Bali such as Lovina, Sanur, and Balangan. There are other beaches also named Kuta and Nusa Dua which are mostly crowded. Travelers should avoid visiting these beaches as the tide is very high and that tide can bring lots of debris. Your journey would be incomplete without visiting a handful of temples. The landscape surrounding adds more uniqueness to these temples. Pura Taman Ayun and Pura Besakih are very popular which have their own history.

Bali in August:

Many people are confused about their trip to Bali in August as they have no proper guidance about Bali’s weather. During August month, the weather is dry and there is no possibility of rainfall. This is the greatest advantage of visiting Bali in August. The temperature normally stays between 29C to 23C.

Bali is very famous for the island. It offers calmness to your mind. Let’s have some places to visit Bali in August.

Sekumpul Waterfall:

If you are in Bali, you should not miss visiting Sekumpul Waterfall. There are many attractions in Bali but Sekumpul Waterfall draws a large number of traveler’s attention. These waterfalls contain 6 to 7 streams which flow together through the densely forested bamboo valley.

Bali Safari and Marine Park:

Bali safari and Marine Park is the best place to visit Bali in August. It is full of fun and adventure. You can do many activities there. You can enjoy the elephant trek. The elephant trek is the main attraction of this park. Apart from that, Bali Agung show is very famous amongst the Indonesian people. This show gives us a glimpse of Indonesian culture.

Seminyak Beach:

Seminyak Beach is very crowded beach among all the beaches. There are many bars and restaurants on the beach. August is the best time to visit Bali. Remove your fatigue basking under the sun.

Wrapping up…

If you are looking for the best time to visit Bali we have provided the best guideline for the first time visitors.

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