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The Weather in Uluwatu
The above is a climate diagram for Uluwatu beach. November is the warmest month of the year in Uluwatu with temperatures reaching a maximum average of 89°. No heat wave is expected in September, where minimum average temperatures usally hit a 73° low. The rainiest month is January while the driest month is October.
Supreme surfing awaits at Uluwatu vacation homes
When you stay in villa accommodations in Uluwatu, you’ll find yourself in one of Indonesia's most idyllic surfing destinations. Dramatic cliffs plunge into the frothing water close to the coveted beaches, and surfer cafés line the shore.
Cliffside cafés and coastal cuisine
You can watch the surfers in action from Single Fin, which, in fact, has three levels. Waves flow in rhythmic succession across the bay, to the delight of the surf fans dancing nimbly on their white crests. Land's End Café serves delicious organic light meals that are the perfect accompaniment to days in the fresh air. Vegetarians and burger fans are well served at OM Burger, where towering creations feature endless fresh ingredients.
Sacred temples of the sea
Pura Luhur caps a vertiginous cliff at the southwestern extremity of the peninsula. The sound of crashing waves far below compliments the serenity of this significant holy site. The entrance is adorned with depictions of the elephant-headed god Ganesh, while the mythology of Bali flows across the walls in the temple's lavish interior.
Come at sunset for the most impressive experience of the temple. A traditional Kecak dance is performed as the sun falls over the water. This is just one of Bali's coastal shrines, which are dedicated to the sea. There has been a sanctuary on the spot for nearly a thousand years, a fact that's palpable when you visit.
Indonesian culture and caving
Experience Bali's indigenous culture at Garuda Wisnu Kencana Cultural Park. Traditional dances accompany tours and ancient ruins at this remarkable center. There's a cinema, gardens, and numerous food sellers offering traditional dishes.
Discover the caves sequestered on Suluban Beach. Beneath a crest of limestone cliffs, impressive caves gape open-mouthed at reefs teeming with fish and corals. Closer to the beach, surfers ride the waves in this stunningly beautiful nature spot.
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