Nha Trang weather is usually warm and humid for the first 8 months of the year. It's a popular destination for sunbathing and enjoying beach activities. The capital city of Khanh Hoa Province, Nha Trang is located on the southern coast of Vietnam. It has 6 km of sandy beaches and clear waters. There are also quiet islets surrounding the coastal town.

    Nha Trang weather has 2 distinct seasons. Its monsoon period takes place from September until December. The dry period is from January until August. The town enjoys moderate temperatures throughout the year. Expect an average low of 18°C and an average high of 30°C when you're here.


    Nha Trang seasons

    Summer starts from May until early August. Nha Trang weather is warm with little to no rainfall. That makes it ideal for lounging on the beach, island-hopping, hiking, surfing, and other water sports. The hottest months of the year are July and August. Avoid scorching heat by planning your vacation before the end of June.

    If you plan to travel to Nha Trang during summer, you should consider visiting Hon Ba Nature Reserve. Less than 2 hours away from Nha Trang City, the mountain stands at 1,578 meters above sea level. It enjoys a cool climate all year round, making it the perfect retreat from the summer heat.


    Best time to visit Nha Trang

    The best time to visit Nha Trang is between February and May. The average mean temperature is between 26 and 27°C at this time. If you’re a diving enthusiast, the peak diving season in Nha Trang runs between January and October. However, the very best time to enjoy clear waters and coral-rich dive sites is from April to August. That's when rainfall is at its lowest in Nha Tang.


    Rainy season in Nha Trang

    The annual monsoon period in Nha Trang is between September and December. Heavy rainfall can lead to rather violent thunderstorms and typhoons. Room rates are much cheaper due to these weather conditions. You should be aware of the higher chance of rain if you're traveling to Nha Trang during this time of the year.

    Penny Wong | Compulsive Traveler

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