INDONESIA - WHEN TO GO
Indonesia`s close proximity to the equator results in a tropical monsoon climate, with mostly hot and humid 12-hour days. In the lowlands, temperatures average in the mid-80s during the day, while in the mountains they tend to be in the mid-70s and chilly at night. Bali is a tropical paradise. The dry season, from May - September, is often considered the best time to visit, with low humidity with a refreshing cool breeze in the air and surfing waves reaching their peak. The wet season, October - April, can see daily rain, but the sun always seems to find a way shine even if only part of the day. The rainiest time is between December and February. The higher mountain areas receive rain any time of the year.Religious Holidays
Christian, Muslim, Hindu and Buddhist holidays are observed in Bali throughout the year with temples and villages each celebrating their own unique festivals with dances, decorations, offerings, and traditions. Nyepi, the day following the dark moon of the spring equinox, opens a new year of the Saka calendar and no one is allowed out in the streets, so guests must remain inside their hotel property and even airports are closed. The Bali Arts Festival, a month-long festival in June or July, highlights dances, music, and night markets.