Air Temperature at the Peak of Mount Batur

Mount Batur Air Temperature: Mount Batur is one of the most popular mountains of the 10 mountains on the island of Bali. Every day from January to December, this mountain is always busy with tourists, both foreign and local, and many travel companies provide Mount Batur sunrise trekking price packages with different services and quality. In other words, Mount Batur is the most popular trekking place in Bali.

In general, the best time to climb is during the dry season. The dry season in Bali usually starts from February to the end of September. However, during the rainy season, you also have the opportunity to witness the beauty of the sunrise. The reason is that generally, the rain in Kintamani only starts in the afternoon or evening. So if you are on holiday when the rainy season comes, don’t hesitate to do sunrise trekking on Mount Batur.


So far, many people have asked about how the air temperature is at the top of Mount Batur, Bali. So, in this article, we will provide a little information about the temperature in the Mount Batur area. This article discusses Mount Batur’s weather and average daily temperatures. After reading this, you will know about the temperature of Mount Batur from morning to evening.

The air temperature on Mount Batur each month has quite significant differences. From December to the end of March, the temperature on Mount Batur will range between 14 and 18 degrees Celsius. We will feel this cold temperature when we are at the main peak. We will feel this a few minutes before sunrise. During this period of the season, sometimes we cannot see the sunrise. This is because clouds often come and cover the view in the morning.

Again, anything can happen in nature, and it will be difficult for us to predict it. Of course, we can’t promise to have a good view every morning this season. It all depends on your luck.

When does the rainy season peak in Bali?

The highest rain point in Bali usually occurs from January to February each year. So if you come to climb Mount Batur from January to February, don’t forget to bring a raincoat and a change of clothes in your backpack. This raincoat and change of clothes will be very useful if it suddenly rains while we are climbing. From January to February, the air temperature on Mount Batur can reach its lowest point, namely 10 degrees Celsius at the peak. We usually find this temperature during bad weather with heavy rainfall and strong winds.

As you know, the air temperature on Mount Batur can change very quickly. Moreover, at the main peak, the temperature can change from 21 degrees to 11 degrees Celsius in just a matter of minutes. We will not feel this cold temperature on the way to the top. The reason is that during the climb, of course, we will sweat, and then the sweat will cover the pores so that the body will feel warm. However, when we arrive at the top, we will start to feel cold temperatures, especially when we wait for the sun to rise.


Apart from preparing a jacket and raincoat, you can also bring a beanie hat, earplugs, and gloves. Apart from that, you also have to wear the right shoes because the climbing route can become a bit slippery after being hit by rain. Basically, during the dry season, wearing sports shoes is enough for you to climb Mount Batur. But trekking shoes or shoes with good grip would be a better choice. You can also consider bringing a pair of hiking sandals as a backup. If it rains and your shoes get wet, you can change them by wearing mountain sandals.


We can conclude that the average temperature at the peak and area of Mount Batur is 10 to 21 degrees Celsius in the morning. Of course, the high and low air temperatures depend on what season and month you climb. It would be better if, a few days before climbing, you asked about the weather conditions around Mount Batur with the Mount Batur climbing tour provider.

Again, if we return this to nature and we can’t do anything, no one can even predict it. However, we still need to know and understand what we have to prepare and bring when climbing Mount Batur. This way, even if the weather or temperature is bad, we can feel safe when climbing, both going up and down.

OK, that’s just a little information from us about the air temperature and tips for climbing Mount Batur during bad weather or cold temperatures. Hopefully, this information is useful for those of you who are planning to climb Mount Batur, especially during the rainy season. May we all always be healthy and see you on Mount Batur.

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