What's the weather like in Bali in July?
Bali has tropical weather as it’s just eight degrees north of the equator. The high temperatures don't change much through the year, although the Indonesian island does have a distinct wet season that’s brought in by the western monsoon. This is from late October to April, so July’s in the dry season. You'll still get some rain, but it’s usually in short and heavy showers that leave fresh blue skies behind. Bali’s centre is dominated by high mountains, and here you'll get cooler temperatures and more rain. Things are warmer and drier the further away from the mountains you are, and you'll be warmest on the coast.
The average high in popular Kuta is 29ºC in July, which only drops to 23ºC at night. You won’t need to bring warm clothes for the evenings, so you'll have lots of space in your suitcase for a good choice of beachwear. The sea temperature’s 26ºC so it’s lovely to swim in while humidity’s high. There’s 76mm of rain over two days, and you can expect 12 hours of daylight with ten long hours of sunshine each day. UV levels will be very high so look after yourself in the sun. Sunset’s around 6.15pm.