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Weather

Before you go to Indonesia

WEATHER & WHEN GO TO FLORES

The dry season in Indonesia spans from May to September and this is the most popular time to visit Indonesia. Wet season is between October & April, with rainfall occurring in short, heavy bursts. There are some regional exceptions and north Sulawesi experiences some rain in June & July. Temperatures remain fairly constant year round with averages of 28°C throughout the region.

Weather overview

Weather in Indonesia can be split into two seasons – wet and dry – with warm tropical temperatures averaging 28°C during the day, throughout the year. In most regions, the dry season spans from May to September, with the rains falling between October and April. 

There are some regional exceptions. In Sumatra it rains from October to January in the north, and November to February in the south. Sulawesi, with its unusual shape, also experiences slightly different weather patterns and rainfall can be expected in the northern regions of the island during June and July.

Generally speaking, the best time of year to visit Indonesia is between May and September when the days are dry and sunny. However, during wet season temperatures remain high and rainfall comes in the form of intense tropical downpours that tend to last for a couple of hours and needn’t spoil your trip.

In some regions the difference between the two seasons is not extreme: Bali and Kalimantan, for example, are relatively unaffected by the season change, but the contrast typically grows as you travel further east into the Nusa Tenggara region (to the islands of Lombok, Flores and beyond) where there is a greater chance of flooding during the wet season and droughts in the dry.

It really depends on your travel plans: muddy back roads can be a problem during wet season if you intend to explore more off the beaten track locations and rough seas can render some islands inaccessible to smaller boats. The best months for diving off the coast of Bali, Lombok or the Komodo National Park are April to September, with rough seas particularly in January & February. If you plan to climb one of Indonesia’s many volcanoes, such as Mt Bromo or Mt Rinjani, then dry season is recommended. Expect the temperature to cool as you climb, and pack some warmer layers. 

The islands of Nusa Tenggara, including Lombok & the Gili Islands, Flores & Sumba, typically experience dry season between April and September with plenty of sunshine and blue skies. These months are an ideal time to travel if you are planning to climb Mt Rinjani or dive off the coast of Lombok, the Gili Islands and in the Komodo National Park. Wet season falls between October and March, with November, December and January seeing the most rainfall.

Like the neighbouring island of Bali, the average temperature is fairly consistent year round across the Nusa Tenggara islands, ranging from 27-29°C.

Entry & Exit Formalities

Money and Costs

Getting to Flores

Dangers & Annoyances

Health

Advice for travellers

Entrance Tickets and Other Fees

Through this trip well guarantee when you get home, the only thing you want is to come back – to visit us again in Flores. The magnificence of Flores and Komodo Islands are real, and when you leave from Labuan Bajo youll be re-energize to return to your normal daily routine. May the beauty of Flores and Komodo Islands painted by the Great Painter will always be preserve for the whole world to witness. Our hope when you return to your hometown, youll be our voice to your family and friends to sound the beauty you observe and off course-enjoy!