GEOGRAPHY OF BALI
The island of Bali is part of the Republic of Indonesia , it has an area
of only 5,632 square kilometers (2,175 square miles) and measures just
55 miles (90 kilometers) along the north-south axis and less than about
90 miles (140 kilometers) from East to West. This small island has a complex
physical geography, creating three major areas : the mountains, the coastal
lowlands and the limestone fingers.
This island is famous for its beautiful landscape dominated by mountains,
with a cluster of volcanoes (a chain of six volcanoes, between 1,350 meters
and 3,014 meters high, stretches from west to east).- which one is the
active Mount Agung and considered sacred.
Volcanoes have always been shaping the geology of Bali. Mineral and chemical
from the volcanoes have been made the land fertile.
Bali has a short, hot wet season and a longer, cooler dry season. You
can expect pleasant day temperatures between 20 to 33 degrees Celsius
year-round. From November to March, is the wet season and humidity is
high, but usually days are sunny and the rains start during the night
and pass quickly. From April to October is the dry season .
Terraced rice-fields dominate the landscape, with small streams bringing
water for irrigation. There are lush tropical forests, pristine crater
lakes, fast flowing rivers and deep ravines, picturesque rice terraces,
and fertile vegetable and fruit gardens. ON Bali's western, the coral
reefs and clear waters around Menjangan Island provide fantastic scuba
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