Indonesia enjoys a tropical climate with temperatures remaining fairly consistent throughout the year, with the highest mountain areas averaging 23 C (73 F), and the coast 28 C (82 F).
The main weather element you’ll likely encounter during your Indonesia holiday is rainfall, brought on by monsoons. Broadly speaking, the rainy season lasts from December to March, and the dry season from June to September. The monsoon clouds move in a northwesterly direction, making the northwesterly islands the wettest in Indonesia.
There’s a risk of typhoons between September and December. Although their power can be minimal, it’s good to check the extended weather forecast for your destination before packing for your trip to Indonesia.
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