Hotels in the area are equipped with heated blankets and local spas offer herbal baths for you to soak in and warm up. Hue, home of Vietnam ’s last reigning dynasty, has a late rainy season, with storms and days that are wet and cool from September to February.
September – January: rainy, cool, cloudy February – August: warm to hot, sunny, clear skies HOI An is one of the country’s picture-perfect places, but starting in September, tropical storms hit Central Vietnam hard.
March is an excellent time to see HOI An when the fields, gardens and streets are awash in bright blossoms and soothing greens. In the late months of the year, from September to November, HOI An sees a lot of rain and even a few small floods.
September to December: cool, rainy, cloudy January – August: hot, sunny, clear skies Some monsoons hit between September and December, but in general NHA Trans has the shortest rainy season in Vietnam.
The mountains provide consistent cool temperatures and pleasant breeze, making it a great spot to escape the heat of the cities. The rest of the year is hot and dry, and PhD Quo is a sublime tropical escape in December and January.
The Central part of Vietnam (Hue, The Gang and HOI An) receives dry and hot Southwest wind which makes it strenuous for any brisk walk during the day. Closer to the beach, the level of severity reduced and the dry wind is replaced by cool ocean breeze.
Because of the limited land area, central Vietnam is also most susceptible to natural disasters such as hurricane or flooding. The South (Ho Chi Minh City, NHA Trans, Mew Ne) is typically hot all year round with two main seasons: rainy and dry.
The mountain area in Northwest and South central Vietnam see little fluctuation in weather condition. Two monsoon periods alternate in Vietnam, largely effecting the different weather systems in the north and south.
Generally warmer weather prevails throughout Vietnam, except for the northern mountainous region. The rainy season is during the summer months, with sometimes quite intense rainfall, but it does not continue for too long.
Hanoi has the wettest season in July, August and driest months are December and January. However, beware of the months December and January, as it can be very cold and may even snow in mountainous areas.
Dense fog can also occur in the winter months, and visibility on the roads is reduced. Hoeing Lien Son national park around Saga has recorded a temperature of -3 °C.
The good time for trekking in Saga could be months of March, April, September, October. The rice terraces in September and October are in yellow color, and it comes a time to harvest.
Winter season in Ha Long Bay can be very cold, and the temperature may fall to 13 °C. It is not very suitable to travel in Ha Long Bay in the winter months (especially December and January) and summer (July and August).
In the presence of very heavy rainfall or typhoon the boat trips around the bay can be stopped. The best time in Ha Gang is in the dry season, in the months from October to April.
Generally mild climate, the weather is about the same as in Hanoi, except mountain areas. In the winter months can be quite humid and foggy in the hilly area, so be careful when traveling.
The rain may be a short burst, but it can also be for a longer duration, and then it quickly switches back to beautiful and sunny weather icon-angle-double-down Vietnam is often depicted as a place with steamy jungles and hot beaches, but country's climate is quite diverse, with freezing temperatures and even snow in its northern highlands.
Northern Vietnam has four seasons: during its winter months December-February, it may dip down to 5-6 °C occasionally, even below zero in mountainous areas. Overall, Vietnam enjoys a mild tropical or subtropical climate and aside from a few months a year in the high northern region you'll never need to worry about packing cold- weather gear.
Unlike Northern Vietnam, HOI An is a city of two seasons with warm weather averaging 29 °C dominating for most of the Read More... However, if you are planning to travel it's a good idea to double-check specific dates and information to avoid surprises.