March is still monsoon season and humid but you’ll find temperatures ease from the peaks of January and February. Bali in March has the same rainfall as the highs of February but the month is longer meaning less rain on a daily basis. It’s also towards the end of monsoon so you may find travelling later in the month means you experience fewer rainy days.
If you want the driest holiday possible to Bali consider booking a villa in the southern peninsula of Bukit which receives less rainfall from October to May rather than the popular southern areas of Legian and Denpasar, Kuta and Seminyak.
Different seasons also cause surf conditions to change. The best surfing in monsoon can be found in: Sanur, Sarangan, Keremas, Nusa Dua and Green Balls although with four to six foot waves they are best suited to experienced surfers. Beginners can still learn safely at other beaches like Seminyak.
Temperature Average: 27°C 80°F
Maximum: 30°C 86°F
Minimum: 23°C 73°F
Rainfall: 90 – 200 mm/month
Avg sunny period: 7 hours/day
Rainfall Days: 14 days
Chance of Rain: 32%
Chance of cloudy day: 3%
Sea temperature: 28°C 83°F
Best surf beaches: Sanur, Sarangan, Nusa Dua, Green Balls, Kerema
Bali Weather October
Even though October is monsoon, you’ll find weather stays largely fine at the beginning of the month and rain generally increases towards the end of the month. Temperatures are the same as August and September (the best months for weather in Bali) at an average of 27°C. And despite being monsoon you’ll find average hours of [...]
Bali Weather September
September is another ideal month to visit Bali, although not quite as perfect as August. Temperatures remain mild, averaging 27°C and rainfall is only 10mm higher than August lows – at 50mm for the month. The chance of rain increases later in the month as September is the last month of dry season before monsoon starts. [...]