Bali, otherwise known as “The Island of Gods” is a popular tourist destination located in Indonesia between the islands of Java and Lombok.
If you’re looking for a tropical, warm and humid climate all year round, then look no further than Bali. The island experiences high temperatures every month of the year and winter doesn’t exist as it only has two seasons – wet and dry. The average year-round temperature is 30oC and the humidity level is unlikely to dip below 70%, so drink plenty of water and be prepared to sweat!
In terms of landscape, Bali has it all – lush forests, mountains with clear lakes, volcanoes and beautiful palm-fringed beaches. It’s not surprising that TripAdvisor awarded Bali as “best destination” winner of the 2017 Travelers’ Choice Awards. Bali has so much to offer visitors, and wherever you go on the island, there’s something for everyone. You may want the bustling nightlife of Kuta, the fabulous food scene in Seminyak, the rich Balinese culture and history in Ubud or the best surf in Uluwatu.
Whether you want your Balinese holiday to be spent relaxing at beach bars sipping cocktails or hiking through mountainous forests, it’s important to consider your travel health and the risks of disease. Speak with your healthcare professional about the vaccinations or preventative medicines you might need to protect yourself prior to your departure.