What’s the weather like in Vietnam in July?
With a varied climate across the country, Vietnam is a popular holiday destination all year round. The peninsula is affected by two monsoon seasons, with the northeast monsoon running from November to April and the wetter southwest monsoon starting in May and ending in October. In July, the central and northern regions of Vietnam have lovely warm weather. The south is in the midst of the monsoon, which means wet spells with downpours on a daily basis.
In the northern areas of Vietnam, the average temperature in July hovers around 30°C, with the occasional shower or thunderstorm in the likes of Hanoi and Halong Bay. The south is especially wet at this time of year, but with average temperatures of 29°C you’ll still see plenty of sunshine. For the best weather, visit the central regions where you’ll enjoy clear blue skies, little risk of rain and average temperatures of 31°C.