The south Vietnam is very beautiful and no less than the other regions of the country. It has a stable and constant temperature throughout the year which makes it pretty much ideal to visit any time you like. The weather is also pretty stable and can be split into two simple and self descriptive seasons – dry and wet. The dry season begins in late November and goes on till the end of February while the wet season lasts from March to early November. The period from June to August receives the highest rainfall and one can observe precipitation very often during these months. The southern coastal region is popular and much loved because of its beautiful expanse of never ending beaches which attract a myriad of tourists throughout the year. The Ho Chi Minh City, The Mekong Delta, and Phu Quoc are some of the many popular and alluring destinations that a tourist should visit.
Ho Chi Minh City which is commonly known as Saigon is a lovely and enthreal city of the country, Vietnam and was once called the Pearl of the Orient. The city is famous for its pleasant weather and enthralling historical museums. The city never suffers from any kind of natural disasters and is told to be loved by many for its safety factor. Everyone loves the city for numerous other reasons as well. The city is a great and popular spot for tourists and sees over 4 million tourists on an annual basis. It is famous for its bustling streets and markets. The vibrant city has attracted a myriad of travelers for its historic and traditional value. The weather is tropical and can be broadly classified into tropical wet and tropical dry seasons. The best and the most preferable time to visit the absorbing and beautiful city is during the dry season which are the months from December to April. This period is also the hottest period of the year with the average temperature of 28 degree Celcius throughout the months. The humidity of the city is always moderate and then it decreases during this period. The tourists can enjoy the lovely and complacent weather during this time.
The floating markets and riverside villages of Mekong River Delta which is also known as the “rice bowl” of Vietnam. The houses, boats, and markets float on numerous rivers, streams, and canals, making it a beautiful sight. The mangrove forests showcase a wealth bird life and you can see the beautiful off coast sights and white sand beaches. The epicenter of Mekong Delta is Can Tho which is the largest city in the region. You will have fun exploring the backwaters. The Phu Quoc Island is a beautiful white sand beach which many love to spend their days on. It is a must visit place if you are going to travel and tour the South Vietnam.