What is the best time to visit Phu Quoc?
The best time to visit is between December and March when the weather is most settled. The hottest month of the year is April with an average daily maximum of 33 C and an average low of 25 C. The coolest month of the year is August with an average daily maximum of 30 C and an average low of 25 C.
Is October a good time to visit Phu Quoc?
The best time to visit Phu Quoc Island is from October to March. During this period, it’s less rainy, and the waves are smooth, so it’s convenient for taking a ferry from Rach Gia to Phu Quoc. Please note that it’s also a peak travel season in Phu Quoc.
What is the best time of year to visit Hoi An?
The dry season is from February until July. These months provide plenty of sunshine, with warm temperatures. Some feel the best time to visit Hoi An is between February and April, when rainfall is low and temperatures are comfortable. Others think it is best to wait a little longer, until May and June.
What is Phu Quoc island regarded as?
Covering an area of 574 km2, Phu Quoc is considered the largest island of Vietnam. This densely forested island is located in the Gulf of Thailand, 45 kilometers from the southern tip mainland of Vietnam and only 4 kilometers from nearby Cambodia.
How do you get from Phu Quoc to Vietnam?
The best option to get to Phu Quoc Island is definitely by plane. Flights from Ho Chi Minh City are short and you arrive rested and ready to explore the island. The cheaper alternative is taking a bus from Ho Chi Minh City to Ha Tien or Rach Gia and crossing the Gulf of Thailand with a fast boat.
How many days do you need in Hoi An?
I recommend a minimum of three full days to explore all that Hoi An has to offer. This gives you enough time to see Hoi An and its beaches, spend an afternoon in Da Nang, and maybe take a day trip to My Son (see below).
Is it better to stay in Hoi An or Da Nang?
Both destinations have pristine white, sandy beaches, with longer stretches in Da Nang. But Hoi An offers more historic sites and a European feel. Whereas Da Nang presents itself as a modern Asian metropolis with lots of high rises. In both Hoi An and Da Nang, there are a great variety of places to stay.