What’s the weather like in Bali in March?
Bali is very close to the equator, ensuring the Indonesian island enjoys tropical weather all year round. With beautifully warm temperatures during March, Bali is the perfect holiday destination if you’re looking for hot weather to escape the cool British springtime. There can be some cloud cover and rain, but showers are usually short-lived and quickly make way for clearer skies. It’s often quite humid in March, so make sure you wear light, cool layers and drink plenty of water. With such strong sunshine, you’ll need plenty of high factor sun cream and it’s wise to seek shade between 11am and 3pm.
On average, Bali experiences average temperatures of 27°C in the daytime with highs of 30°C in the hottest part of the day and lows of 23°C. There’s a small chance of rain in March, with 90mm falling over the course of the month, but with seven hours of sunshine each day you’ll still be able to enjoy plenty of time at the beach. The average sea temperature in March is 28°C, making it ideal for swimming and snorkelling.