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I found your blog and I love what you two are doing here. My question is, when is a good time to visit Bali? I was planning on going in January. Any advice?
Hi Gina,Thanks so much :)
January is rainy season but we are here now and it’s only rained a few times for about half an hour each… hasn’t bothered us at all. I honestly think time of year doesn’t matter too much in Bali, but one of my favourite trips was probably in September as it was a bit cooler. July & August, and the period between xmas and NYE are high season for Bali. Hope this helps and have a great trip!
Hi Mandy and Chris!
My husband and I are going to Bali from December 24-January 2 on our honeymoon! We already have our accommodations booked for our trip, but I am just curious about the weather. I see from your book that I purchased, that it is wet season. In this season does it typically rain every day? I just want to know what to expect!
Thank you so much!
There’s a chance it may rain each day, but if it does, it may be a short burst and then sunny for the rest of the day. It’s hard to predict, as our last trip to Bali was in the dry season and it rained every day for 5 days straight and then cleared up. We have been in the wet season too and got some great weather. The rain shouldn’t spoil anything, might just mean you get a couple more massages :)
Let us know if you have any other questions and have a great trip!