Tuesday, April 1, 2014

When to visit Indonesia

WESTHILL CONSULTING, TRAVEL & TOURS, INC. based in Singapore carry out the business of tours and travel intermediation representing major travel suppliers.  We also provide services such as booking, tour facilitation, travel documentation and other related services to Southeast Asian countries like KL Malaysia, Beijing China, Jakarta Indonesia and many more. We will make sure that you will have the travel experience that is worth of your money and your time.  We hope that this will result to repeat sales from valued customers.

Indonesia has typical tropical monsoonal climate. Due to its location in close proximity to the equator, the whole country averages a mild 23-28 degrees Celsius all year round. Indonesia experiences two seasons: a dry season from April through till September, and a wet season from October until March. Rainstorms are generally quick, although on occasion, they can last for several days.

Weather in Indonesia April
April brings with it lovely weather for a holiday in Indonesia, with low precipitation and the mild and pleasant temperatures for which the country is renowned.

Weather in Indonesia May
May in Indonesia is more of the same - beautiful tropical temperatures and low chances of rain. And because May is part of the off-peak tourist season, it's rather easy to find fabulous hotel specials: great for a spontaneous trip!

Weather in Indonesia June and July
Excellent weather throughout the country makes this an excellent time to visit Indonesia. The tourist season tends to hot up in July.

Weather in Indonesia August - September
The August school holiday time is a great time to visit Indonesia, with calm seas and dry weather. Book early as it does get busy during this time. Indonesia enjoys the same excellent weather in September with better deals possible too.

Weather in Indonesia December
Steady temperatures keep Indonesia in December pleasant, even in the wet season. Roads can sometimes get washed out due to the rain, which falls, on average, 16 days out of the 31. Storms are quick, however, and December is a very popular time to visit Indonesia, especially during the Christmas season.

Weather in Indonesia January
Although January is right in the middle of the rainy season, in most areas of Indonesia it won’t rain for more than 16 days out of the month. Lucky holiday makers may miss the rain entirely, but even the occasional spot of rain won’t mess up your holiday in Indonesia.

Weather in Indonesia February
In February, the wet season remains in full swing; however the rain reduces slightly, lowering your chances of getting rained out during your holiday. The tourist peak season during Christmas and New Years is now over, meaning hotel and tour specials in Indonesia should be relatively easy to find.

Weather in Indonesia March
The wet season dies down and the rain reduces in March. Any washed out roads dry out or get repaired, and ferry travel is much easier during March. For a pleasant holiday in Indonesia, consider going in March.

Westhill Consulting Travel and Tours Singapore hopes you find the above information helpful.  Visit the website to know more about the company’s promos and offers, and learn more tips, advice and warnings of scams while traveling around Southeast Asia.

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