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Discover Vietnam

a country of rich diverse beauty and cultural contrasts

Vietnam spans several climatic zones, resulting in substantial weather condition variations between the north and the south. Average temperatures year round range from 20 to 35 degrees celsius so there is no particularly good or bad time to visit Vietnam.

 

Hanoi
the capital city is located in the North of Vietnam where the visitor can enjoy a temperate climate.
This area has four distinct seasons: Spring, Summer, Autumn and Winter. These happen at the same times as Northern Hemisphere and European seasons, but Hanoi winters are milder and more pleasant than those of Northern Europe and a trip up into the cooler hills can provide a refreshing change if you are visiting us during the European summer. For our Southern Hemisphere visitors the climate in Hanoi and the northern half of Vietnam is very comparable to that of Brisbane in Australia, only at the opposite time of the year.

 

Coastal Vietnam
and those parts of the central highlands that face north east receive maximum rainfall between September and January. This is also a time of much cloud and frequent drizzle known by the local people as (crachin).

 

Central Vietnam
is usually warm and dry from May to October. The higher tablelands with plateaus rising up to 1500 metres above sea level are noticeably cooler than the lower areas, and have a higher rainfall all year round.

 

Southern Vietnam
is similar to the northern parts of Australia where tropical conditions prevail.
There are two seasons, the wet season which lasts from May to November and the dry season from December to April. The wet is characterised by high humidity levels and a refreshing afternoon downpour. The hottest months are from March to May.