When to go to Bali, Best time to visit
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Bali is the island most visited by the tourist who travels toIndonesia. In particular, they visit their coasts of the south where the beaches of postcard are the backdrop of the animated resorts of Kuta and Nusa Dua, where to surf the waves of the sea or to amuse themselves in the clubs of the center, the most rural and characteristic of Ubud and the populous capital Denpasar.
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Famous also by its crafts and rice cultivation, Bali is characterized by the creation of Batik, colorful fabrics with dyeing techniques on natural fabrics of which regular and repetitive designs that capture the attention are obtained. The best batiks are those that have more colors and complex graphics. There are also numerous temples around the island and present in every village, including the most important the mother temple of Besakih on the slope of the volcano Agung, where often the sacred ceremonies of the Balinese can be found.
The climate of Bali is tropical with high and constant temperatures during the whole year. It passes of an average of 30 ° C in July and August to 34 ° C in March and April. The precipitations are abundant in the rainy season from November to March, with intense rains but of short duration. Bali rarely can be hit by the tail of tropical cyclones that cross the Indian Ocean with more intense and prolonged rains, and this possibly can only happen in the months between December and March.
The southernmost part of the island is the flattest and also the least rainy. To the north and center are the most important mountainous reliefs, where clouds develop easily, dumping a lot of rain during the rainy season.
The sea water temperature is pleasant all year round,ranging from 28°C in August to 30°C in December.
The best time to travel to Bali is from April to September, with preference for the months of July and August, definitely the less rainy ones and with more acceptable temperatures and less sultry days.
For more details on precipitation and average temperatures consult the following data.