A beautiful country with an ancient history: the treasures of art and architecture placed under the auspices of UNESCO, as the monument of the imperial city of Hue. The magical Halong Bay, the patchwork of bright green rice paddies and colorful ethnic minorities in the north of the country add one more reason to visit this beautiful country.


There are several factors that affect the climate of the country: its extension in latitudinal direction, the monsoons and locally the presence of hills. In January, the monsoon in the north brings cold and generally dry weather, with some exceptions in Tonkin, where they can cause light rain but of long duration. From June the monsoon begins to blow from the south, hot and humid, which causes intense rainfall. A feature of the climate of Vietnam is the presence of periodic typhoons, winds of oceanic origin that strike violently on the shores of the country generally from June to October, starting from the north coast, passing on to the central (August) and southern regions (September-October).

The average winter temperatures are around 15-16 ° in the north of the country and 24-25 ° in the south; much more warm and with high humidity, summer temperatures.