Geographically, the Province of Bali is located 80-30'-40"
to 80-50'-48" south of the Equator and 1140-25'-53" to
1150-42'-40" east longitude.
The relief and topography of Bali have their main features of a
mountain range that transverse the island from West to East. Among
those mountains are two of significant sizes: the volcanoes of Gunung
Agung ( 3.140 m ) and Gunung Batur (1.717 m).
As well as these features, Bali also has four lakes: Lake Beratan
(375,6 Ha), Lake Buyan (336 Ha), Lake Tamblingan (11 Ha) and Lake
Batur (1.607,5). Rivers, which have their sources on these lakes
as well as forests, flow to the southern side of the island. Such
rivers are; Unda, Petanu, Ayung, Pulukan, Loloan and many others.
Because of its location, Bali has a tropical climate, which is
influenced by seasonal wind pattern and alternate every six months.
There are two seasons: the dry season from April to October and
the rainy season from October to April. With such climate, Bali
is in inhibited by variety of tropical flora and fauna.