Best time to celebrate a honeymoon in Bali

By Retno Dwinika

When planning your romantic honeymoon in Bali, there are a few things to consider to ensure you have the best possible experience. Let me guide you through the optimal times to visit this stunning Indonesian island.

The Dry Season (April – October)

If you’re looking for the most popular time to visit Bali, the dry season from April to October is your best bet. During this time, the weather is perfect for all kinds of beach activities, water sports, and outdoor adventures. You can expect sunny and dry days with temperatures ranging from the mid-20s to low 30s C (mid-70s to mid-80s Fahrenheit ).

Keep in mind that because of its popularity, the dry season can be quite crowded, and prices for accommodation and flights may be considerably higher.

The Wet Season (November – March)

But don’t fret if you’re on a budget! The wet season from November to March can be a fantastic time to visit Bali, especially if you’re looking to save some money. During this time, the weather is still warm and humid, with short bursts of rain throughout the day.

While some outdoor activities may be limited due to the rain, you can still enjoy a plethora of cultural experiences without breaking the bank. Just keep in mind that some areas of the island may be prone to flooding during this time.

Ultimately, the best time to visit Bali for your honeymoon depends on your preferences and budget. If you’re planning on lounging on the beach and soaking up the sun, the dry season is the way to go. But if you’re looking to experience the island’s unique culture and save some money while doing so, the wet season might be the perfect choice for you. Regardless of when you decide to visit Bali, I’m sure you’ll have an incredible time exploring this exotic destination with your beloved. Happy travels!

Retno Dwinika
Retno Dwinika

Retno Dwinika lives in Canggu, Bali. She is active as a wedding planner, blogger and Founder of Amora Bali Weddings. Retno is often seen working from Canggu’s gorgeous cafes and co-working spaces. Between her routines, she always takes the time to enjoy Bali’s romantic sunsets.

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