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The best travel period for Bali mainly hinges on the climate and the high and low seasons, which affects the total cost of your stay. The peak period is in July and August, during the Easter holidays and Christmas / New Year (December to 1 January week). Bali is the most busy place in the world.
The best period to come to Bali, however, is for many different occasions April, May, June and September, just before and just after the high seasons. It is still rainy seasons, it is slightly less damp, and room rates and rental of villas can be 30-50% lower than in high seasons. A lot of stores sell and promote, there are less restaurant crowds in the off-season, and Bali is generally more serene.
The October is also not too hard, even less rainy than the November (normally see precipitation chart). They are also the best times for aquatic sports such as snorkelling, windsurfing, scuba dancing, etc. Important activites and rides such as Bali Zoo, Bali Bird Park, Marine & Safari Park, Waterbom, White Waters Rafting, Monkey Forest, etc. also have fewer visits, making the adventure much more pleasant.
When you want to discover the islands and see the most important sights, see the temple and go on a full days excursion and excursion, these few days are just right. In Kuta, Legian and sometimes even Halinyak the small alleys are filled with automobiles and motorbikes at certain hours of the year.
But if you prefer a quieter vacation, then Kuta and Legian may not be the best choices in the high seasons. It is a drought period between April and September. The Bali welcomes the most guests in July and August. Bali's sandy shores are generally clear during the arid period and Bali shows its beautiful side.
However, one can still count on sporadic rainfalls, sometimes even the local people are amazed how arid a wet period can be and vice versa. Look at the table below and see the temperature, the number of rain falldays, etc. in the capitol Denpasar (South Bali near Kuta, Seminyak, etc.).
It'?s getting calmer in Bali. Seas are rough, the southern shores and seas (Kuta, Legian, Seminyak) can be very polluted by the deposits flushed to the shores in January and February. When it rains, the coastal wind is strong, the current increases and it can be raining in pails.
However, the rains usually stop after a few short hrs and the weather is sunny again. The year 2014 has not rained on Bali until December! Bali's mountainous centre is usually colder and rainer than the lower coasts. The Ubud area is also a bit colder and awaits more rains than the south of Bali (Kuta, Legian, Seminyak, Denpasar, Sanur, Bukit Pennsula, Pecatu), which makes it quite comfortable.
Chrismas and New Year is clearly high seasons on Bali and tourist from all over the globe come to visit the beach, surf, dive, restaurant, clubs, spas and everything else Bali has to boast - although it is a technical "rainy season". You can do anything in the raintime, but ascend the vulcanoes and hike in the uplands.
Nov. 2014 and 2015 were really warm and arid, while these are the month in which we anticipate the most rain.