Flights from Wellington to Bali

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Route information for flights from Wellington to Bali

Cheapest return price for the current month from $1,259*
Cheapest return price over next 6 months from $1,107*
Cheapest month July 2024
Most expensive month July 2024
Average flight time 11h 35m

Bali Guide

What should I know before visiting Bali?

Bali has a unique culture compared to the rest of Indonesia

Each Indonesian island has its own personality, but Bali often stands out as being especially different. While most Indonesian people practice the Islamic religion, the majority of Balinese people are Hindu. This leads to a unique set of traditions and culture that you’ll experience while holidaying on cheap flights to Bali from Wellington. While mosques can be seen across much of Indonesia, Hindu temples are more common in Bali. You’re also likely to notice religious offerings of food and flowers in the streets of Bali – a tradition you won’t witness elsewhere in Indonesia. The people of Bali even speak their own language, Balinese, which differs from Indonesian and the country’s other regional dialects.

Cash is king

While travelling around the island after flights Wellington to Bali, you’ll find that many businesses are cash only. Some larger restaurants and shops accept cards, but always keep some cash on you just in case. Also be aware that not all ATMs accept foreign cards, so it’s a good idea to exchange dollars for Indonesian rupiah while preparing for your Wellington to Bali flights. $1 NZD is currently equivalent to about 9,000 rupiah.

Plan to put your bartering skills into action

When you’re shopping at a Balinese market and a vendor tells you a price, that’s only meant as a starting point. It’s common and even expected to barter for lower prices while holidaying on cheap flights Wellington to Bali.


Where are the best places to stay in Bali?


There are two main sides to Bali: the beach and the countryside. If you’re keen to see the lush green fields and forests of inland Bali, consider staying in Ubud while holidaying on Wellington to Bali flights. Ubud is one of the cultural capitals of Bali thanks to its historical landmarks and fascinating art scene. Some must-visit spots in central Ubud include the Sacred Monkey Forest, Saraswati Temple, and Ubud Palace. Along the outskirts of Ubud, you’ll find some of the island’s most gorgeous rice terraces. If you’re more intrigued by the local Indonesian culture rather than the beach, Ubud is the perfect place to stay in between Wellington to Bali return flights.


Seminyak is a stylish beach area that’s a favourite with Bali’s international visitors. It’s where you’ll find beautiful beaches, lively beach clubs, great shopping and restaurants, and a bustling nightlife scene. The town is well-located with easy access to many day trip locations, including Uluwatu to the south and Tanah Lot to the north. Some great Seminyak spots to put on your itinerary while holidaying on cheap flights to Bali from Wellington include Double Six Beach, Potato Head Beach Club, and Pura Petitenget temple. Seminyak is a great neighbourhood to stay in while holidaying on Wellington to Bali flights to witness the glamorous vibes of coastal Bali.


If you want to experience the coast of Bali without too many other tourists around, Canggu could be the perfect base for you. On one side of Canggu is a stretch of beach that’s great for surfing, and on the other side is a series of rice terraces. The village itself has a laid-back atmosphere with several great cafes and a bohemian-inspired market. Canggu is also on the doorstep of Tanah Lot, a gorgeous water temple that’s a must-see while holidaying on flights Wellington to Bali.


When is the best time to visit Bali?

Due to its location in the tropics, Bali experiences two distinct seasons: a wet season and a dry season. If you’re hoping to experience the best weather, book your tickets to Bali from Wellington during the dry season between April and October. During this time, there’s little rain, and the humidity levels are low. Daytime temperatures hit about 30°C. Since the dry season has the best weather, it’s the busiest time to book cheap flights to Bali from Wellington. People from all over the world book flights into Ngurah Rai International Airport (DPS) to experience Bali with its most idyllic weather. During the peak of the dry season, hotel prices increase, but you can find some cheaper deals if you plan Wellington to Bali flights for the beginning or end of the season.

If you’re after lower prices and fewer tourists, you may consider booking flights Wellington to Bali for travel during the wet season between November and March. During this season, conditions get hot and humid with average temperatures of about 33°C. It also rains regularly, but there are some dry days too. The wet season results in the Balinese countryside and rice terraces becoming especially lush. While there are benefits to booking cheap flights Wellington to Bali during the wet season, the rain causes poor visibility when it comes to diving. If you’re hoping to spend lots of time in the water, book your flights Wellington to Bali during the dry months for the best experience.