Nha Trang is a coastal city in Khanh Hoa province, located in the coastal region of Central Vietnam. Nha Trang has a favorable geographical location, being the gateway to the South Central and Central Highlands, with road, rail, air, and sea routes both domestically and internationally. Nha Trang is also known as the jewel of the East Sea, the green gem because of its natural value, beauty, and climate.
Nha Trang has a tropical savanna climate, influenced by the oceanic climate. The climate in Nha Trang is relatively mild, with an average annual temperature of 26.3°C, and 300 sunny days. Nha Trang has two distinct seasons: the dry season from January to September and the rainy season from October to December. Each season in Nha Trang has its own beauty, depending on your preferences and travel purposes, you can choose the appropriate time.
The dry season in Nha Trang lasts from January to September, with dry weather, hot sun, clear blue sea, and calm. This is the ideal time for you to enjoy the fresh air, gentle sunshine, swimming, diving, coral viewing, surfing, spring travel, city sightseeing, and famous places. The average temperature in the dry season is 28°C, which can rise to 32°C in June, July, and August.
The rainy season in Nha Trang lasts from October to December, the weather is somewhat dry and it rains a lot. This is a suitable time for you to experience the unique culture, history, and cuisine of Nha Trang, city sightseeing, mud bathing, watching movies, shopping, enjoying delicious dishes. The average temperature in the rainy season is 25°C, which can drop to 22°C in December.