Flights to Bali (DPS)

Compare Cheap Flights to Bali, Indonesia

Want to spend a week or two exploring Bali's natural and cultural charms? Check out Webjet's latest deals from New Zealand and find a flight that suits your budget for your trip to The Island of Gods.

*Prices on this page are subject to change without notice, perform a search to view live pricing. Prices are inclusive of taxes and airline surcharges. Webjet fees per flight booking: Webjet Servicing Fee: Domestic $10.95, AU/Pacific $18.95, International $33.95. Booking Price Guarantee: Domestic $8.95, AU/Pacific $10.95, International $17.95. Varying payment fees are included in the price breakdown on Webjet’s checkout page, once your payment method has been selected.

Flights to Bali Jul 2020 Aug 2020 Sep 2020 Oct 2020 Nov 2020 Dec 2020 Cheapest Flight
Departing Auckland -
$1,644 RETURN
$1,040 RETURN
$1,020 RETURN
Best Price
$1,064 RETURN
Travel in November
Departing Christchurch - -
$1,344 RETURN
- Best Price
$1,016 RETURN
$1,380 RETURN
$1,016 RETURN
Travel in November
Departing Wellington - - Best Price
$1,346 RETURN
- -
$1,468 RETURN
$1,346 RETURN
Travel in September
Expand for More Flights

Cheapest time to fly to Bali

Best upcoming flight deals

Cheapest Price to Bali

Currency used in Bali

$1 NZD =

Average Time to Bali

Current Time in Bali

Average Temperature in Bali

Average Rainfall in Bali

See more of Bali

What is the best way to get around Bali?

Airport Transfers

If you’re arriving at Bali Airport (DPS), more commonly known as Ngurah Rai International Airport, there are a few ways you can get to your accommodation. There are taxi counters just outside the arrival terminal all which offer fixed fares. Be sure to agree to a fare before you get into a taxi. You can also hire a private driver when you book flights to Bali. They can take you to your accommodation and other spots in the city. Hotels also regularly provide shuttle buses from Ngurah Rai International Airport to your accommodation.

Car Rentals

When you book cheap flights to Bali with Webjet, a car rental could be a great way to make use of those savings. If you’re planning on seeing some of Bali’s less popular areas, a car rental means you don’t need to worry about finding and arranging public transport all the time. For Australian and New Zealand visitors with flights to Bali, keep in mind that you’ll have to use a right-hand drive vehicle. Always check if your travel insurance covers driving a car before securing your rental.

Motorcycle & Scooter Rentals

Many visitors with flights to Bali will find the roads a little unfamiliar and dangerous. However, if you’re an experienced rider and feel confident enough, motorcycle and scooter rentals can be a fun and exciting way to get around the Indonesian island. Just make sure you always wear a helmet, have travel insurance and hold the appropriate license.


lue taxis marked Bali Taxi, and known as Blue Bird Taxis, are the most reputable taxi service in Bali. They can take you around South Bali and Ubud, so if you need to travel further afield, you’ll probably need to use public transport or hire a rental. Minibuses named Bemo are another option. These minibuses operate on routes that can take you to any area on the island, however services can be irregular.

When is the best time to visit Bali?

Bali is around eight degrees south of the Equator, which means no matter when you buy flights to Bali, you can expect a warm, tropical and humid climate. This proximity to the Equator also means Bali’s weather is defined by two distinct seasons - dry and wet season.

May to October

The dry season runs from May through to October, though by September, you can expect the humidity to be on the rise again. July and August are the most popular times for holiday-makers to travel on flights to Bali as the days are generally dry, with around 50mm of rainfall a month. Temperatures tend to hover at about 27°C during the day. If you want cheap flights to Bali during the dry season, the sooner you book, the lower fares are likely to be. From blue-sky days to cool breezes in the evening along the coast and highlands, the dry season is a great time to lock in return flights to Bali.

It’s also a great time for surfing. Visitors with flights to Bali tend to hit the west coast beaches in Uluwatu and Canggu to catch some of the world-class waves. May, June, July and August are great times for other water sport activities, such as scuba diving and snorkelling, as the waters tend to be clearer. If you’re booking flights to Bali with family, the low humidity makes for great conditions to visit popular attractions like the Bali Zoo, Marine & Safari Park, and the Monkey Forest.

November to April

If you ensure your accommodation has air conditioning, the wet season is a really good time to avoid tourists and find some cheap flights to Bali. Even in January, at the peak of the wet season, Bali is still a fantastic destination for a holiday, coinciding with New Zealand summer holidays. You’ll be able to get tables at the best restaurants, beach clubs and bars, and you’ll have no problem finding a spot at one of the many beautiful beaches either. Traffic can also be much quieter and easier to deal with during off-peak season, especially in areas such as Kuta, Legian and Seminyak.


What are the best places to stay in Bali?


Kuta is a favourite among backpackers and young holiday-makers eager to drink, dance and explore. There are plenty of clubs, bars, restaurants, shops and everything that you could want if you’re booking flights to Bali with friends.


From a wide array of luxurious beach resorts and glamorous hotels to small boutiques, bars and restaurants, Seminyak could be a great place to stay if you’re booking flights to Bali as a couple or travelling as a family. It doesn’t have the party vibe that Kuta boasts, but there are still plenty of bars where you can socialise with friends late into the night.


If you’re looking for a laid-back and leafy alternative to Bali’s beach scene, Ubud is a great place to stay once you book flights to Bali. There’s a whole range of activities to do, from incredible temples to charming restaurants and cafes adorned with fairy lights. For something a little different, Ubud is a great vacation spot.

See more of Bali