Bali is a popular island in Indonesia, located in Southeast Asia, 8 degrees south of the equator. The capital of Bali is Denpasar, the main airport is Ngurah Rai, also known as Denpasar International Airport. Bali is surrounded by Indian Ocean on the south and by the Bali Sea on the north. Official religion of the island is Balinese Hindu.
About Bali and its climate: there are only two seasons – dry (local winter, April till September) and wet (or rainy season, summer, October till March). Humidity during the rainy season is about 80% and up to 65% during the dry season. The wet season brings thunder, heavy rains for 1-2 hours in afternoon or night time and very hot sun.
Bali attracts many tourist from all over the world. You will always find places to eat, dance, have fun or chill far away from busy touristy places. You will enjoy shopping here: local souvenirs, clothes and many many more. Also you can visit the temples, see a sunrise from the top of volcanoes, go rafting, diving, snorkeling or fishing. You will find one thing about Bali – it’s really hard to get bored here!
+27 C (80,6 F)
+28 C (82,4 F)
The culture of Bali is the one of a kind, this is really special thing only about Bali. For Balinese people the island is considered as the centre of universe. All the legends about this place will amaze your imagination. More than it every holy place has its own legend, that makes Bali even more interesting. The second name of Bali is “The island of 1000 temples”. As soon as you make your first step off the plane to the airport you will feel the smell of offerings, that are made to different Gods. Every Balinese house, office and village are decorated with offerings.
You will be impressed by unique spirit of local temples. Every temple has its own unforgettable vibes. After visiting any of the temples you will feel like you came in touch with the world of beauty. Holy springs, waterfalls, temples will clear your mind and your body.
There are about 50 surf spots in Bali of all different types from beach breaks, semi reef and reef spots. No matter if you are a beginner or upper level you will always find a suitable surf spot for you. In all of conditions of big or small the swell is there is always somewhere to surf in Bali. The waves on the west coast of Bali are generally better from April to October and the west coast is better from Novemeber To March.