Weather Averages for Bali in April
Averages for Bali in April
Bali is a small Indonesian island of volcanic origin, surrounded by coral reefs and famous for its south shore beach oasis. While the north of the island is primarily commercial and agricultural, the beautiful south is a tourist hot spot all year round.
April is one of the hottest months of the year in Bali, although the temperature only tends to rise by one degree compared to the other months of the year. That’s highs of 33 degrees celsius, while lows hover around the 25 degree mark.
April marks the start of Bali’s dry season, and rainfall takes a nosedive, with just 100mm expected during the month; that’s less than half that of the previous month. Blue skies are common during the daytimes, with rainfall tending to stick to early morning and late evening. Humidity becomes a bit more comfortable now, at around 65%.
Escape the high heats and cool down at Waterbom Bali. This water park based in Kuta offers more than 17 water slides, and plenty more water-based fun. Chill out in the pleasure pool or with a ride down the lazy river, or experience the thrills of the Smashdown, Climax, Superbowl, or Boomerang. With kid’s play areas and a licensed bar, there’s something to appeal to all the family. Adult tickets cost £20, with reduced rates for children.
Still warm? Why not try one of 18 unique ice cream flavours at Gusto Gelato & Caffè. From chilli-chocolate ice cream to cinnamon to lemongrass to Japanese green tea, there’s a flavour to suit all tastes. Those wanting something a bit lighter can try out a star anise or dragon fruit sorbet.
For great budget accommodation, book a room at the Alam Anda Dive & Spa Resort for as little as £17 per night. Choose from one of 9 seafront bungalows, or one of 12 thatched garden bungalows, each with private verandah. The onsite spa specialises in massages, facial masks and body scrubs for complete relaxation.