Dry season, usually from June till September, is mostly less hot and humid, but at times very windy and therefore can be a bit chilly for people who are easily getting cold. As long as
you’re not in the water you will be completely fine and it is nice to explore Bali’s coast during these times. Wind direction is mostly off-shore on our coast side, and this is also the
time with the biggest swells arriving in Bali. Consider it is also high season and the south is more crowded and there will be a lot of traffic in general.
Shoulder seasons (April till June / September till December) are mostly very hot and humid months, with still plenty of good swells arriving and sunny days sometimes even without any
winds throughout the days.
Rainy season (December till March) is gaining in popularity as waves are relatively uncrowded while still retaining great surf conditions most of the time. It is warm and humid with
periods of occasional heavy rains. But rains often take place in the night and are rarely continuous all day long. Many surfers say this is an excellent time to be here as everything is
lush and green, it’s not too hot, not so busy, and the surf is exciting.