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Vietnam stretches over 1650 km along the eastern coast of the Indochinese Peninsula( from 8° 34´ N to 23° 22´ N) with a wide range of latitudes and altitudes, so Vietnam has a remarkably diverse climate. Thanks to different climate in different areas, there are always places for your vietnam holidays.

The North: The cold season is sometimes wet and chilly between Novermber and April when temprerature is around 60° F / 16° C. In the hot period, between May and October, the average temperature is about 86° F/ 30° C.

The Cetral: The hot season is about 2°C or 3°C hotter than th north temperature. Its rainy season falls in between September and December. Especially, the central is sometimes hit by typhoon with strong wind and heavy rain.

The South: The temperature in the south is constant all year, ranging from 77-86° F/ 25-30° C. The dry season is from November to April and the wet period from May to October.

The chinese new year of Tet is celebrated all over Vietnam in late January or early February. During this time, transport options fill up quickly and lots of restaurants and tourist sites are closed. Therefore, it is not recommended to travel to Vietnam then.

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We had a wonderful amazing trip and will return as soon as we can afford it again. Thank you so much! I will write a great review on tripadvisor. Really the guides and hotels and tours were awesome. Ms. Nhung was very sweet and refreshingly honest, very likeable. Mr. Tam was fantastic, highly knowledgeable and funny. Probably our best "tour" was the day we spent on motor bikes visiting the tombs near Hue. The bikes allow for a much more intimate view of the countryside. And then - as I wrote - Mr. An was absolutely the best guide ever...Read more