Weather in Vietnam

Vietnam is situated in both a tropical and a moderate zone. It is categorized by strong monsoon influences and has a substantial amount of sunshine, a great rate of rainfall, and high humidity. Areas located near the tropics and in the mountainous provinces are gifted with a comfortable climate.

The weather in Vietnam varies greatly between north and south, however both regions experience monsoons. From November to April, the north is cool and dry, while May to October is warm and rainy. The central coast has a similar type of weather with cool, wet weather between December and February in the winter monsoon period. The seasons tend to begin a bit later in the south, which is warm and damp all year round, mostly from February to May, while the rainy season persists from May to November. The Central Highlands have a comparable climate to the south, but is slightly cooler and temperatures can range to freezing in winter.

Vietnam’s weather is as multifaceted as its landscape. Though the country lies completely within the tropics, its various range of latitude, altitude, and weather patterns produce massive climatic variation. North Vietnam like other Asian countries such as the Philippines, has two basic seasons: a cold, humid winter from November to April, and a warm, wet summer for the remainder of the year.

So if you are not really a fan of the snow and would rather enjoy a relaxing hot weather to go places, then Vietnam is a place to relocate. If you want some help on relocating try checking Evolve Mobility for some travel and moving advice. Just check them at

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