In one of the previous posts, we’ve presented the best timing for visits to the northern areas of Vietnam. And now, we’re moving on to the exploration of the country’s central parts.
Abundant with natural reserves as well as historical and cultural sights, Central Vietnam is definitely worth thorough exploration. That’s why we’re now focusing on the climate of the most important cities in this part of Vietnam. So, if you want to avoid bad weather and get the most of your travel, read on!
When to Start to Explore Central Vietnam?
Compared to the northern parts of the country, Central Vietnam has pretty consistent climate conditions. So, if you want to avoid the unexpected rainfalls, Central Vietnam may be a perfect destination for you. Generally speaking, from January to July, the heart of the country offers hot, sunny weather and not many rainy days. These conditions make this period ideal for visits to beach towns. The weather starts to change in August when the hot temperatures start to combine sudden rainfalls. They normally don’t last longer than a few hours and definitely don’t dramatically impact the warmth of the day.
Weather in Hue
Like with the rest of Central Vietnam, any moment from January to August could be perfect for your journey to Hue.
As long as you stay away from heavy rainfalls that are typical for October and November, you’ll get a lot of sunny days to explore the local beauties. And if you want to experience the ambiance of Hue during the hottest days (with the temperature that goes to up to 30 degrees), then make sure to visit the city between May and August.
Weather in Hoi An
Having in mind that Hoi An is relatively close to Hue, these cities pretty much share the same climate. However, the period of warm days not endangered by the rainfalls is shorter than in Hue.
So, if you want to visit Hoi An, the perfect timing would be between February and July. In this period, you can enjoy warm and dry weather and get the most of the surrounding beaches.
Weather in Nha Trang
Owed to the fact that it’s located at the far south of Central Vietnam, Nha Trang offers the best climate in this region.
The season of high temperatures with practically no rainfalls lasts from January to September. In other words, the problematic part of the year regarding the bad weather lasts from October to December. Accordingly, this destination is great for visits for the most part of the year.
As you can see, the central part of the country offers awesome climate conditions for the lovers of sunshine, waves, and sand. Not only is it abundant with high temperatures and hot days but it also has a reduced amount of rainfalls compared to the other parts of the country. So, if you’re planning on visiting Central Vietnam, you can do so anytime between January and August or September, depending on the city.