Kuta is Bali's most popular and largest holiday resort; it is located on the south west side of the island on a golden sandy beach which is Kuta’s main attraction. Famous as a party town Kuta has a wide selection of entertainments, including restaurants, bars and clubs. Kuta does have a different atmosphere from the rest of Bali and is perfect for those looking for an active holiday. A range of excursions, including trips to the town of Ubud, complement a Kuta holiday perfectly.
The beach at Kuta is one of the most popular on the island, particularly for the spectacular views of the sunset it offers in the evenings. The sea here has powerful tides making it popular with surfers from across the world. A range of water sports including scuba diving is available from Kuta beach, and trips out snorkelling and viewing the local sea life are popular. Within the town of Kuta there is a large market as well as a number of shops which sell a range of souvenirs, from art to sarongs and everything in between.
The sheer number of activities available on a Kuta holiday are astonishing and you may have trouble just trying to fit it all in. Along with trips and tours into the interior the town of Kuta is also home to a water park. For those wanting a more laid back time, many of the hotels offer spas and massages to help you relax in the tropical paradise of Bali.
Bali has a tropical climate; it is generally dry and sunny from April to September, with temperatures ranging from 25C to 33C. Bali experiences slightly higher rainfall from October to March, however it is still warm with temperatures between 25C and 35C. The coastal regions of Bali are typically hotter than inland, however, refreshing sea breezes make it more comfortable and pleasant.