Vietnam’s elongated shape stretching from the tropics to the subtropics zone accounts for the varied climate in the country. Vietnam is an year round destination, when one part of Vietnam is cloudy and rainy, there are other parts of the country that can be sunny and warm
In the South, the weather is warm and get hottest in the dry season from March to May (low-30’s C). April until October is monsoon season. The central coast is dry from May to October and wet from December to February. The highland areas are significantly cooler than the lowlands and temperatures can get down to freezing in winter.
The North Vietnam has two basic seasons: a cold, humid winter from November to April and a warm, wet summer for the rest of the year (average temperatures around 22 C), with occasional typhoons between July and November, affecting the north and central areas.