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 Bali

Indonesia

English (Traducir este texto en Español): Bali is perhaps the best known island of Indonesia, being a 'dream' destination with incredible surf, beautiful nature, superb beaches and an amazing culture.

Bali gets the full force of southern ocean swells direct from the Antarctic with its south-west and south-east coasts being littered with surf spots. The dry winter months (June-Sept) are preferred for surf conditions however this means that these are also the most crowded times. These are also the months when the easterly winds blows and the skies of Bali are full of any sort of kites! .



It is board shorts all year round so don't forget your sunscreen.

Surfers have been traveling to Bali for years and the surf scene is now well established. There are plenty of surf shops if you need to restock equipment and now also a Kite shop.



Even though Islam is the dominant religion throughout Indonesia, the Balinese have preserved their Hindu culture. This is evidenced in their lifestyle, their ceremonies, festivals, temples and palaces.

After a day in the water, your can choose A Balinese Fire Dance, a quiet night with a moon lit dinner or party at one of dozens of bars, discos and nightclubs.

Climate :
Indonesia has an equatorial climate with two seasons that are influenced by the surrounding seas and determined by the monsoons. The dry season is from June to September and the wet season is from November to March. Relative humidity averages 80% all year round and thunderstorms are frequent. Average annual temperature ranges in Denpasar are from 23 degrees Celsius (73 degrees Fahrenheit) to 33 degrees Celsius (91 degrees Fahrenheit) all year.

Bali is perhaps the best known island of Indonesia, being a 'dream' destination with incredible surf, beautiful nature, superb beaches and an amazing culture.

Bali gets the full force of southern ocean swells direct from the Antarctic with its south-west and south-east coasts being littered with surf spots. The dry winter months (June-Sept) are preferred for surf conditions however this means that these are also the most crowded times. These are also the months when the easterly winds blows and the skies of Bali are full of any sort of kites! .



It is board shorts all year round so don't forget your sunscreen.

Surfers have been traveling to Bali for years and the surf scene is now well established. There are plenty of surf shops if you need to restock equipment and now also a Kite shop.



Even though Islam is the dominant religion throughout Indonesia, the Balinese have preserved their Hindu culture. This is evidenced in their lifestyle, their ceremonies, festivals, temples and palaces.

After a day in the water, your can choose A Balinese Fire Dance, a quiet night with a moon lit dinner or party at one of dozens of bars, discos and nightclubs.

Climate :
Indonesia has an equatorial climate with two seasons that are influenced by the surrounding seas and determined by the monsoons. The dry season is from June to September and the wet season is from November to March. Relative humidity averages 80% all year round and thunderstorms are frequent. Average annual temperature ranges in Denpasar are from 23 degrees Celsius (73 degrees Fahrenheit) to 33 degrees Celsius (91 degrees Fahrenheit) all year.

English (Traducir este texto en Español): Bali is perhaps the best known island of Indonesia, being a 'dream' destination with incredible surf, beautiful nature, superb beaches and an amazing culture.

Bali gets the full force of southern ocean swells direct from the Antarctic with its south-west and south-east coasts being littered with surf spots. The dry winter months (June-Sept) are preferred for surf conditions however this means that these are also the most crowded times. These are also the months when the easterly winds blows and the skies of Bali are full of any sort of kites! .



It is board shorts all year round so don't forget your sunscreen.

Surfers have been traveling to Bali for years and the surf scene is now well established. There are plenty of surf shops if you need to restock equipment and now also a Kite shop.



Even though Islam is the dominant religion throughout Indonesia, the Balinese have preserved their Hindu culture. This is evidenced in their lifestyle, their ceremonies, festivals, temples and palaces.

After a day in the water, your can choose A Balinese Fire Dance, a quiet night with a moon lit dinner or party at one of dozens of bars, discos and nightclubs.

Climate :
Indonesia has an equatorial climate with two seasons that are influenced by the surrounding seas and determined by the monsoons. The dry season is from June to September and the wet season is from November to March. Relative humidity averages 80% all year round and thunderstorms are frequent. Average annual temperature ranges in Denpasar are from 23 degrees Celsius (73 degrees Fahrenheit) to 33 degrees Celsius (91 degrees Fahrenheit) all year.

English (Traducir este texto en Español): Bali is perhaps the best known island of Indonesia, being a 'dream' destination with incredible surf, beautiful nature, superb beaches and an amazing culture.

Bali gets the full force of southern ocean swells direct from the Antarctic with its south-west and south-east coasts being littered with surf spots. The dry winter months (June-Sept) are preferred for surf conditions however this means that these are also the most crowded times. These are also the months when the easterly winds blows and the skies of Bali are full of any sort of kites! .



It is board shorts all year round so don't forget your sunscreen.

Surfers have been traveling to Bali for years and the surf scene is now well established. There are plenty of surf shops if you need to restock equipment and now also a Kite shop.



Even though Islam is the dominant religion throughout Indonesia, the Balinese have preserved their Hindu culture. This is evidenced in their lifestyle, their ceremonies, festivals, temples and palaces.

After a day in the water, your can choose A Balinese Fire Dance, a quiet night with a moon lit dinner or party at one of dozens of bars, discos and nightclubs.

Climate :
Indonesia has an equatorial climate with two seasons that are influenced by the surrounding seas and determined by the monsoons. The dry season is from June to September and the wet season is from November to March. Relative humidity averages 80% all year round and thunderstorms are frequent. Average annual temperature ranges in Denpasar are from 23 degrees Celsius (73 degrees Fahrenheit) to 33 degrees Celsius (91 degrees Fahrenheit) all year.

English (Traducir este texto en Español): Bali is perhaps the best known island of Indonesia, being a 'dream' destination with incredible surf, beautiful nature, superb beaches and an amazing culture.

Bali gets the full force of southern ocean swells direct from the Antarctic with its south-west and south-east coasts being littered with surf spots. The dry winter months (June-Sept) are preferred for surf conditions however this means that these are also the most crowded times. These are also the months when the easterly winds blows and the skies of Bali are full of any sort of kites! .



It is board shorts all year round so don't forget your sunscreen.

Surfers have been traveling to Bali for years and the surf scene is now well established. There are plenty of surf shops if you need to restock equipment and now also a Kite shop.



Even though Islam is the dominant religion throughout Indonesia, the Balinese have preserved their Hindu culture. This is evidenced in their lifestyle, their ceremonies, festivals, temples and palaces.

After a day in the water, your can choose A Balinese Fire Dance, a quiet night with a moon lit dinner or party at one of dozens of bars, discos and nightclubs.

Climate :
Indonesia has an equatorial climate with two seasons that are influenced by the surrounding seas and determined by the monsoons. The dry season is from June to September and the wet season is from November to March. Relative humidity averages 80% all year round and thunderstorms are frequent. Average annual temperature ranges in Denpasar are from 23 degrees Celsius (73 degrees Fahrenheit) to 33 degrees Celsius (91 degrees Fahrenheit) all year.

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Air temp. 28°C
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Water temp. 26°C
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