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Vietnam in July 2024

Vietnam in recent time has emerged as a must-visit destination in Southeast Asia. Vietnam tourism in July offers you a mixed bag when it comes to weather. You have sunny days as well as frequent rain. But this sure won’t cripple your experience as there are places that you can even visit during this period of the year. It is the month of annual holidays for the locals and the tourists around the world. You get to treat yourself with scenic landscapes, mountains and of course the beaches that are located in the southern part of Vietnam.

Vietnam in July
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Read on as we take a deep dive into the things you need to nail to have a perfect Vietnam vacay in July.

Weather in Vietnam in July

Vietnam in July is pretty similar in terms of weather in June. This part of the world faces a different weather pattern throughout the year. The pattern is formed in such a way that each part of the country gives you a different experience and not being monotonous with the weather.  The central part stays dry and hot most of the time. The country has the influence of Typhoons in this period but not heavy showers. Trekking might not be advisable as the weather could change at any point in time in this part of the world during this period. 

North Vietnam

Hanoi, Halong Bay, Sapa, Ha Giang, Mu Cang Chai, Ninh Binh & Mai Chau

The northern part of the country has highly dynamic weather during this month. You can expect plenty and hot weather and heavy rainfall at the same time, even storms at times. The average looks pretty much towards the hotter side of around 30-degree celsius. Places like Hanoi and Halong Bay undergo heavy showers at this time of the year. 

Central Vietnam

Hoi An, Danang, Hue, Nha Trang, Quy Nhon, Dalat & Central Highlands

The central part of Vietnam in July has blue skies, good news for all beach lovers. Plenty of sunshine continues on the beaches of Hoi An, Nha Trang and Da nang. The temperature remains at an average of 31-32 degree celsius. This doesn’t mean that the odd showers are out of the picture. The central highlands are covered with rainfall during the early morning times.  

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South Vietnam

Ho Chi Minh City, Phan Thiet & Mui Ne, Mekong Delta, Ho Tram & Long Hai, Con Dao & Phu Quoc

Unlike the previous months, this month marks the advent of the wet season for this part of the country. But you still can expect plenty of dry and bright daylight hours during the first half of the month. The average temperature remains at around 27-degree celsius. 

Places to visit in Vietnam in July

1. Mui Ne

Mui Ne
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Mui Ne

This is one such place where people come in numbers to enjoy the taste of white sandy beaches and endless lines of green coconut trees. There are plenty of places to visit in Mui Ne Vietnam in July but the marque ones are Hon Rom beach, Fairy Spring, Cham Temple – Poshanu, fish market.

In addition to that, you have the water sports with the aid of wind such as Kite surfing and windsurfing or you can also enjoy a dive in the sea. Not to miss the delicious seafood dishes, which are the pride of the local residents. 

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2. Da Lat

Cathedral of Da Lat
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Cathedral of Da Lat

Da lat in comparison to other parts of the country isn’t too hot in the month of July. It pretty much offers great weather for shopping, food touring and also a number of wonderful sights to see. Take a walk along the road to find some French colonial Buildings. The best places to visit include Love Valley, Mong Mo Hill, Than Tho Lake, Da Lat Cathedral, Bao Dai Palace, Elephant Falls.

Biking, hiking, cruising are among the popular activities to indulge in Vietnam in July or one can just enjoy the fresh air. 

3. Con Dao Island

The Island, located in the southern part of Vietnam is an archipelago. The archipelago is nothing but a group of Islands. It comprises of beautiful Islands with pristine waters and white sandy beaches. People can witness the sea turtles hatching as this is their nesting season.

The Con Dao Island is otherwise known as the Devil’s Island due to its dark history in the past. This used to serve as a prison. Apart from this, you get to have a typical beach experience and wildlife in the famous National Park. People are awe-struck by the vast variety of seafood in this part of the country. Visit the Con Dao Island with your partner by booking a Vietnam honeymoon package.

4. Ha Long Bay

Ha Long Bay
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ha Long Bay

Halong Bay is a well-known place among the visitors and keeps attracting more and more tourists every year. It is one of the most beautiful places in Vietnam. If you are someone who wants to refrain themselves from the long hard-working months, this is for you. In July, like the previous months, you still have a lot of water sports along the beachside.  People can opt for a cruise experience as well. 

In addition to that you have some temples and also can enjoy the Tra Co Festival if you are travelling to Vietnam in July end. 


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5. Da Nang

Da Nang is known as the cleanest city of Vietnam. The diversity in cuisines around the seaside sites is what traps the tourists more. The best ones are fresh and tasty seafood, sauce noodle, Quang noodle, bread soup.

Some of the other places you shouldn’t miss in Da Nang, Vietnam in July are Dragon Bridge, Champa Museum, Linh Ung pagoda, some pristine beaches of Non-Nuoc, My An, Han river bridge and the golden bridge.

6. Hoi An

Hoi An boat ride
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Hoi An boat ride

This is an ancient town which has plenty of uncommon things about Vietnam. Starting from Vietnam’s version of a full moon party the list goes on. Firstly for conventional people, we have sunshine beaches, the notable ones are An Bang and Cua Dai beach. Thu Bon River in the night will be glowing with the floating lanterns, which is one of its own kind. There are a few other temples that you can visit on your trip to Vietnam in July. This truly will give you a fruitful experience. 

The list finally comes to an end. But if you still want to know more about planning your next vacation to Vietnam in July 2024? Feel free to check us out at and book your Vietnam tour package.

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