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The Best Time to Visit Bali: A Month-by-Month Guide for Perfect Weather and Fewer Crowds

Bali, the Island of the Gods, is a popular tourist destination all year round. However, the best time to visit Bali depends on your preference for weather, crowds, and activities. In this blog post, we’ll provide a month-by-month guide to help you plan the perfect Bali vacation with ideal weather conditions and fewer crowds.

January – February

The rainy season continues, but the downpours are shorter and less frequent. The humidity level remains high, and the temperatures hover around 28-30°C. However, the upside is that Bali is less crowded, and prices for accommodation and activities are lower.

March – April

The rainy season starts to subside, and the temperatures begin to drop slightly. The weather is generally sunny and dry, making it an ideal time to visit Bali if you prefer fewer crowds and lower prices.

May – June

Bali’s dry season begins, and the weather is warm and sunny with low humidity. The temperatures range from 26-28°C, making it perfect for outdoor activities. It’s an excellent time to visit Bali if you’re looking for fewer crowds, lower prices, and perfect weather conditions.

July – August

These months are Bali’s peak season, and the island is bustling with tourists. The weather is warm and sunny, with low humidity and occasional rains. The temperatures range from 26-28°C, making it perfect for outdoor activities. However, prices for accommodation and activities are significantly higher, and you’ll need to book in advance to secure the best deals.

September – October

The crowds start to thin out, and the prices begin to drop after the peak season. The weather remains warm and sunny, and the humidity level is relatively low. It’s an excellent time to visit Bali if you’re looking for perfect weather conditions, fewer crowds, and lower prices.

November – December

The rainy season begins again, and the temperatures begin to rise. The humidity level is high, and the island is relatively quiet after the peak season. However, prices for accommodation and activities are lower, making it an ideal time to visit Bali on a budget.

In conclusion, Bali is a beautiful island with a tropical climate that makes it an excellent destination for year-round travel. The best time to visit Bali depends on your preference for weather, crowds, and activities. Whether you’re looking for perfect weather conditions, fewer crowds, or lower prices, Bali has something to offer in every season. So, plan your trip accordingly, and enjoy the beautiful island of Bali to the fullest!

So, why not take the first step towards your next great adventure? Visit our website at www.wanderingjane.com or give us a call at +91 998 656 5263 (Jane) to start planning your journey today. We can’t wait to help you discover the world and all its wonders.

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11 things every female solo traveler must do in Bali

Bali, Indonesia is a complete destination unto itself and caters to all of ones’ holiday needs. Whether you are someone who loves to relax by the beach and enjoy a sun downer or someone who is an outdoor buff, Bali is the perfect holiday destination for you.

Here are top eleven ways you can experience the best of Bali as a solo female traveler.

  • Hit a beach shack at Seminyak Beach

Bali has the most amazing sunsets, nothing like a gorgeous and relaxed sun-down at one of the best beaches in Bali. Most shacks play live music every day and the same coupled with a picture perfect sky makes this a must do in Bali.

  • Take a Surf lesson at Kuta Beach

Surfing is the most loved sport at any beach destination. We recommend taking a surf lesson with a reputed provider at Kuta Beach, an entire section of the beach is dedicated to beginner surfers. This one-hour session will leave you feeling gratified and confident like never before.

  • Yoga – at the beach

Bali is a popular destination for Yogis from all over the world, the yoga vibe is contagious and is a great energy booster. Nothing like a soothing 45 min yoga session just before the beautiful sunset.

  • Scoopy Ride

Bali has narrow roads and traffic that can blow you off a little. If you can ride a gearless two-wheeler, rent their popular ‘scoopy’ and ride around the town. In case you can’t ride one you can go as pillion on the local scoopy taxis.

Besides beating the traffic this is also the best way to enjoy the beach town breeze.

  • Active Volcano Trek

Mt. Batur sunrise trek offers you one of the most magical and unforgettable sunrises you will ever see. Scaling this active volcano in the wee hours of night/ morning will certainly make you feel like you are on “Top of the World”

  • Hit one of the popular beach clubs

Potato Head and KuDeta both beach clubs offer the best sunset views of Bali. An infinity pool to relax in, comfortable lounge set up, great music and awesome cocktails, you must find time to visit at least either of the two.

  • Cycle through the paddy fields

One of the most beautiful ways to enjoy the breath-taking paddy fields is to cycle your way through the interiors of Bali. You don’t need to be a fitness freak for this, the cycling is mostly downhill.

  • Ubud Art Market

A mix of culture, handicrafts, hand made goods and art, Ubud Art market is worth a visit.

Be sure to negotiate and you might find a perfect bargain.

  • Kecak Dance at Uluwatu temple

A trip to Bali is incomplete without a visit to one of the temples. Kecak dance ( a depiction of the Indian Ramayan ) is a must watch if you visit the Uluwatu temple.

  1. Scuba Dive

If you are a little adventurous do take out some time to discover the deep blue. Bali is a great destination for beginner divers.

  1. Spa it out!

Last but perhaps the most important, it’s a must to take a Spa in Bali. Nothing like a perfect Balinese Massage – Pure Indulgence.