Bali and in particular more info about North Bali
Bali is one of the smallest islands in the Indonesian archipelago, but has the greatest diversity. The island is 5600 km2 in size and has 3.5 million inhabitants, of which over 1 million live in Denpasar. Hinduism is the main religion (90% of the residents). In addition, you will find Islam, Buddhism and Catholicism.
The island has a very diverse nature, spread over the various parts of the island. The tropical climate provides an almost constant temperature of around 28-30 degrees.
The north is the driest part of the island, while in the middle a lot more rain falls because of the high mountains, whose summits often hang in the fog. In the north, the second half of January, February and March are considered the wettest period. This “rainy season” is still relatively dry with usually only a few rain showers in the afternoon or a few hours of rain per day.
Bali is full of beatiful sights. Actually you travel constantly through surprising nature, ceremonies, villages, rice fields, temples. Mass tourism is concentrated in the south of the island around the towns of Kuta, Nusa Dua and Sanur.