Viet Nam

Vietnam lends itself well to epics. Snaking sinuously down from the Chinese border to the Gulf of Thailand, its bounty of towering peaks, emerald green paddies, seemingly endless white sand beaches and deep roots in the past offer enough mystic allure to

Viet Nam

NATURE AND TRADITION IN HARMONY

Vietnam lends itself well to epics. Snaking sinuously down from the Chinese border to the Gulf of Thailand, its bounty of towering peaks, emerald green paddies, seemingly endless white sand beaches and deep roots in the past offer enough mystic allure to satiate the thirsts of any traveller.

EXPLORE OUR Viet Nam

Characterised by a long s-shaped geography running from wind-swept peaks in the northern frontier to languid chocolate-coloured waters of the southern Mekong Delta, Vietnam's incredible diversity of offerings is a credit to its position along the Indochina Peninsula. Relative to its land area, it has one of the longest and most abundantly beautiful coastlines, facing both the Eastern Sea and the Gulf of Thailand.
Map Viet Nam

WHEN TO GO & WEATHER

The climate in Vietnam can be divided into three different zones – North, South and Central. The climate in North Vietnam is humid and subtropical, while South Vietnam enjoys a tropical climate all year round. Central Vietnam lies somewhere in between. As Vietnam is a long, narrow country climate conditions vary considerably, with temperatures ranging between 20-35°C. Many travellers choose to visit all three regions on their trip, so being aware of the temperature is key to ensuring you pack appropriately to enjoy each destination!

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