April takes us towards the end of Vietnam’s very peak season from a weather perspective however this can come with the numerous advantages associated with lower visitor-numbers. Whilst the north is now heading towards its hot, wet summer you can still expect plenty of dry days. The beaches in the centre of the country are still at their very best and whilst rainfall starts to become more likely in the now very hot south; clear dry days are more prevalent.
The temperature in the north continues to rise as the region heads towards the hot, wet summer months. You can expect a few rainy days especially towards the end of the month (avg temp: 24°C). In the far northern mountains the conditions are excellent for walking and exploring the regions of Ha Giang, Mu Cang Chai and Sapa.
What’s to say – it is sunshine and blue skies all the way for the centre of Vietnam with the beaches of Hoi An, Danang and Nha Trang at their best (avg temp: 28 °C). Further north Hue is also is also enjoying good weather, likewise to the west in the Central Highlands and in Dalat.
It’s certainly hot in the south (avg temp: 31°C) and whilst the chances of rain are on the increase, clear skies are more likely throughout April ensuring that Phu Quoc, Con Dao, Phan Thiet & Mui Ne remain amongst the best of Vietnam’s beach choices. There can be high winds at times in coastal regions.
Embark on a journey through Vietnam’s less-visited north - lush rolling hills, remote villages and friendly locals, with a side of morning noodles in Hanoi.