Certainly, the weather is one of the most important factors when deciding on your travel destination. If you plan going to Vietnam, there’s nothing about which to worry. Vietnam’s overall climate isn’t just steamy hot like what you frequently see on movies. The general climate falls under the tropic and subtropics climate, yet its diverse topography and stretching geography lets it cover several varied climate zones. The weather tends to vary from region to region and from season to season. Nha Trang in particular is located in Central Vietnam, at the coastal lowlands where the climate comprises long dry season starting from late January to October followed by foggy and rainy climate. However, the weather in Nha Trang, Phan Thiet, Quy Nhon and the rest of the near-the-south coast district experience hot weather all year round.
Luckily, the weather in Nha Trang is suitable for traveling all year round since it is not influenced by the monsoon winds. Unlike in southern Vietnam where the rest of the regions are soaked in water for six months every year, Nha Trang has a warm and beautiful climate almost throughout the year, except in late October to early December. The beach town has beautiful weather from February to October, which is characterized by warm, sunny weather. Rainy season starts from October to December. [Read more…]