The travel paradise has to distinctive seasons: rainy season from October to March and dry season from April to September. The days during rainy season, however, are mostly rain-free letting travellers enjoy the endless opportunities of the unique dream-like island. The rains of the dry season usually come down during the evening and nights bringing refreshing breeze alongside the gust of wind experienced in the evenings. The main languages spoken on the island are Indonesian and Bali, yet english is widely spoken making the spot easy to visit.
Bali appears through its beautiful nature, white sand beaches and chilled islands. These flourishing surroundings are often described as something more - Bali is said be a state of mind - a relaxing destination that lures visitors from adrenaline junkie surfers to families looking for a soothing holiday. The Indonesian Island offers countless activities from yoga and diving classes to shopping and culture. Whether you choose to climb up the Mountain of Gunung Agun or want to enjoy the delicious seafood barbeque in Jimbaran beach, it is more than safe to say Bali truly has something for everyone.