Weather Averages for Bali in July
Averages for Bali in July
Bali is an Indonesian island that has seen tourism rocket in recent years since the release of the popular book Eat, Pray, Love, and the 2010 Hollywood blockbuster of the same name. The story is based around Ubud and Padang Padang beach and has done wonders for promoting Bali as a holiday destination.
July joins June as one of the coldest months of the year in Bali, but with temperatures ranging from 23 to 31 degrees celsius, it certainly doesn’t feel like it. These cooler temperatures are often far more comfortable than other times of the year, and these summer months are one of the best times to visit the island.
The dry season continues, and there’s just 55mm of rainfall during July. Skies will mostly be blue, with just a few rain clouds appearing late evening. Humidity remains a low 60% so Bali is usually quite pleasant at this time of year.
Hit the water to cool down with Bali Jet Set Dive & Marine Sports. This water sport activity company is ideal for the whole family, as not only are there a range of adrenaline-fuelled sports such as parasailing and wakeboarding, there’s also banana boats and relaxing glass-bottomed boat rides, along with much more. A 1 hour parasailing, flying fish and jet skiing package costs from just £45 per person.
Sarong Restaurant (for the over 12’s only) is a unique dining establishment that brings the variety of flavours of traditional Asian street food to the surrounds of a fine dining venue. Street food is given a twist here, being transformed from a cart snack to a main course.
For friendly, budget accommodation, check out the family run The Gong in Uluwatu. The 8 room property provides intimate lodgings in a remote area, but just a 45 minute drive from the hustle and bustle of the mass tourism of Kuta Beach. There’s a swimming pool onsite, and all rooms are decorated in traditional Balinese style and cost from just £17 per night.