Bali is a perfect escape for any sun lover all year round with temperatures averaging around 30C. However, it can be humid and so it is best not to travel to Bali between April and September.

The temperatures and rain vary depending on where you are on the island. Expect a brief shower most evenings which will help take some of the stickiness out of the air. You will notice fresher breezes if you are staying nearer the sea, especially in the east. The temperature in Bali also varies with altitude. If you decide to take a trip up the volcanoes and mountains, it might be a good idea to take extra layers as it gets cool as you approach the peaks.

Exposure to the sun in Bali will lead to burning quickly during the day and most locals stay out of the sun until the last 2 hours before sunset on clear days.

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