Let’s plan Vietnam with you! What do you say? Vietnam has been awarded as the leading destination for 2021. The overall temperature of Vietnam is mixed, not too hot nor too cold. 

Do you know what Vietnam is famous for? I can give you a few reasons:

  1. History of Vietnam: Fascinating history with exquisite architecture
  2. Vietnamese black coffee: Coffee is an important part of Vietnamese culture. 
  3. Vietnamese food: Vietnam is heaven for street foods. You will also be amazed by their culinary culture.
  4. Rice Terraces: Vietnam is the largest exporter of rice in the world/
  5. Incredible caves
  6. Beaches and sand dunes

And these are just a few examples, I can give you more! Whichever part of Vietnam you decide to visit, I can assure you that the memories will stay with you forever in your heart.

Now, let us get back to our focus on to weather in different parts of Vietnam in August. Vietnam is generally divided into North, South, and Central Vietnam. The temperature nearly is mixed throughout the year and thus makes Vietnam a great place for backpackers and instant travel enthusiasts.

  • The average temperature in North Vietnam is around 30 degrees celsius. It is mostly hot. Halong Bay and Hanoi are prone to heavy rains, in fact, August is one of the wettest months of the year in Hanoi. Trekking is also unadvisable during this month due to wet mountains. The best trekking can be possibly done in Sapa and Mu Cang Chai around September to November. 

  • Generally, the beaches of Hoi An and Danang are the best pick for anyone visiting Vietnam as it has the best weather throughout the month. Nha Trang is also likely to have the best of the weather. Rain is expected more by the end of the month.

  • South Vietnam experiences fewer severe showers. The days are still dry and the average temperature lies around 29 degrees celsius. From mid-August, Green Turtle hatchlings can be observed emerging from the beaches on Con Dao and making their first steps to the sea, absolutely worth seeing!

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