Best beaches in June
Since June is one of the hottest months in Vietnam, a lot of people go to the beach during this time to have a break from the stifling heat in the cities. Therefore, visitors can expect a vibrant atmosphere when they travel to a sun-soaked beach here. There is a great variety of options for visitors during this time, from beaches in the north such as Cat Ba, Cua Lo to those in the southern part such as Qui Nhon, Nha Trang and Mui Ne. Depending on the specific preferences and the length of the holiday, visitors can always find a perfect beach to enjoy a fulfilling summer. The weather is hot and sunny during the day, with temperature from 33°C to 37°C; however, it’s very cool and pleasant in the evening.
May to August are the best time to visit Sam Son.
June and July are the busiest time in Cat Ba. If you wish to avoid the crowd, October to March are the best months to visit Cat Ba.
April to October are suitable time for visiting Tuan Chau when the temperature range is from 22 to 37°C.
May to September are the best months to visit Quy Nhon, when the city is not yet suffered from tropical storms.
Quan Lan has series of stunning beaches.
Son Tra Peninsula is 13 km away from Da Nang city center and belongs to Son Tra District.
Thuan An Beach is situated roughly 15km northeast of Hue and is on the spectacular Tam Giang.
Lang Co is a bay located roughly 12km away from the north of Hue city.
Cham islands, which is locally known as Cu Lao Cham, is about 18 km offshore from Hoi An.
Ninh Chu is a beautiful beach northeast of Phan Rang city, about 1 hour drive from Nha Trang.
Just 3.5 hours from Ho Chi Minh City, Mui Ne is a real paradise for beach fans.
March to September are the best months to visit Con Dao.
Best time to visit Nha Trang is from February to August during its dry season.
April to August are the best months to visit Da Nang when rainfall level is low.
The best time to visit in Cua Dai Beach is from April to October during dry season.
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