Halong Bay Weather in November
November is the perfect time to immerse in the tranquility of Halong Bay. For some, the main purpose of traveling Halong during this time of the year is to avoid holiday crowds. Due to its location entirely on the tropical belt, Vietnam is blessed with the gift of balmy days and crisp air during the penultimate month of the year.
Why Visit Halong Bay in November?
November is the peak season for tourists to enjoy Halong Bay when the heat and rains are all left behind. The soothing climate comes with a cooling breeze and sunshine, it is perfect weather for visitors to chill and refresh.
The weather is considerably cooler, so the average air temperatures might drop from 15 to 26 degrees Celsius.
The water might be cold and not suitable for swimming but there’s still an average of 7 hours of sunshine every day to enjoy the activities. The water temperature might be reduced below 25 degrees Celsius.
Rainfall and Humidity
November is a pleasant month to travel since you don’t have to worry about the pourings or storms. The humidity level is down to 65% and the average rainfall being merely 12mm.
Halong Bay’s Highlight in November
If you want your next voyage to be something authentic and off-the-beaten-path, Bhaya Cruises should be your top choice for many good reasons. As one of the 04 cruise lines, The Au Co is Bhaya’s most luxury cruise, which provides a unique continuous three-day journey to travel all three bays in the Gulf of Tonkin: Halong Bay, Lan Ha Bay, and Bai Tu Long Bay. Whilst onboard, you will be in awe of fantastic views. Sunrise and sunset here are stunning when the grand limestones and islands are painted with layers of mystical mist.
The highlight when traveling with The Au Co is that passengers can get in touch with Vietnamese culture through interior design, local cuisine, and onboard activities. One of the best moments is kayaking through hidden caves amidst rustic beauty and floating oasis. With the arrival of the cool season, November is a wonderful season to explore and participate in many exciting activities such as:
- Trekking through the green forests and karst caves
- Exploring Cua Van Fishermen Village
- Masterchef “Halong edition” Class
- Tai Chi lesson
If you get tired of seeing back-to-back buildings and hustle every day, Halong Bay offers a moment to catch your breath and relieve the stress of daily life. November kicks off Halong Bay’s inspiring weather for the best winter holiday in Asia. Take in the exquisite landscape, refreshing atmosphere and be mesmerized in such a way that you can easily lose yourself and track of time.