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PREPARE YOUR TRIP

Climate:

Located in the southern hemisphere near the equator, Bali is a tropical island that has only two seasons.

The dry season:

From May to October. This does not preclude few days of rain late in the day or night.

The wet season:

December to April. There is no monsoon downpours that only last an average of 1 hour 30 late afternoon or night.

Time difference:

6 hours ahead of continental Europe (France, Belgium, Switzerland), 7:00 in winter.

Electricity:

European standard sockets – 220 volts.

Once night falls, the streets are little or not lit, do not forget to take a flashlight.

Visas and airport taxes:

Consider completing the visa application form distributed in the plane. Upon arrival provide € 25 per person to buy your tourist visa “on arrival” at Denpasar airport before going to passport control. Departing from the airport, you will be asked a departure tax of 150,000 rouphias per person, cash only.

Passport:

Check the date of expiry of your passport. It must be valid for 6 months after the date of departure from Bali.

vaccines:

If you stay in Bali, no vaccine is needed. By cons, if you wish to visit other Indonesian islands, check with your doctor.

change:

Avoid changing with multiple offices at the exit of the airport. All currencies are accepted and can be changed in all the tourist spots. Banks are open in weeks 9 H 15 H (closed on weekends). The “money changers” are open all day and close late. You can also remove rouphias with your bank card in the ATM number (distributors). See a currency conversion tool