A synonym to the perfect epitome of white, fine beaches, crystal azure waters and amazing underwater trove? Yes, that is indeed Bali for you! Bali is also renowned for offering great numbers of adrenaline-packed water sports such as snorkelling, scuba diving, surfing and many more. To simply put, the list of fun and thrills is just never-ending! Also nicknamed as the “island of Gods”, the island is swarmed with hundreds or maybe thousands of exotic temples across its land. Bali is also well-known to be the paradise of relaxation and spiritual embodiment with scores of spas been opened. Also, don’t miss out the chance to sample their finger-licking cuisines while you are here!
Clustered just 8 degree lower than the equator, Bali is still like any other regions of Indonesia. The island is blessed with tropical climate that comprises of only two main seasons, dry and rainy seasons. Hence, it has a fairly even climate throughout the year. Whilst, west monsoon usually arrives in Bali from October to April, bringing in significant downpours especially from December through March. Thus, April to October is said to be the best period for you to head over to this island. Bright, sunny days are absolutely the perfect weather for you to get you dose of vitamin sea!
Bancasi Airport - Butuan city’s Bancasi Airport is located in Agusan del Norte province. It is the primary airport to solely serve the province which can only accommodate up to 10 flights per day. Furthermore, this airport receives a number of domestic flights mainly coming from Cebu and Manila. Several airlines that operate here are Cebu Pacific and Philippine Airlines.
Ngurah Rai Internaional Airport - Situated 13 kilometer south of Denpasar, Ngurah Rai International AIrport is the primary airport in Bali. It does lives up to its reputation as the second busiest airport in Indonesia, after Soekarno-Hatta International AIrport, for great numbers of domestic and international flights are available around the clock. Do take note that the airport will be close once a year during Balinese Nyepi ceremony. Every nook and cranny of Bali will cease any activities outside the sacred rituals for the entire 24 hours.
With only two main seasons, dry and rainy seasons, Bali’s average temperatures have only a very slight variation. Temperature spikes especially high in November, December and April with the average highs hover between 31.7oC and rarely drop lesser than 25.1oC during the night. Bali experiences the least chance of significant precipitations especially in June, August and September. While, early to mid January is most likely to be the wettest month .