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RE: Bali on January« Reply #1 on: November 19 2014 08:11:00 »
I haven't been to Bali in January, but spent a month in February last year. The answer is that it depends where you want to surf. You're unlikely to score 'classic' Bukit conditions at Ulus or Padang since winds will be predominantly onshore. You will be able to get in some good early morning sessions when swell rolls through. On the other hand, east coast breaks will be mostly offshore or light winds and there is still consistent enough swell that if you are going for at least two weeks you can be pretty certain you'll get some solid waves.
Bali Tour Package« Reply #2 on: November 20 2014 04:11:00 »
January is the wettest month of the year in Bali. It’s the peak of the annual wet season and visitors can expect around 300mm of rainfall during the month. Skies will be mostly overcast, with rain falling throughout the day. With the high temperatures and high precipitation comes high humidity; around 85%. This makes January one of the most humid months of the year.