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Phu Quoc Weather

Phu Quoc Island Climate Information

Phu Quoc weather changes throughout the year, so it's important to do your research before booking your flight. Most of its rainfall happens from July to September. Sunny skies are common between November and March. You can enjoy consistently warm temperatures thanks to its tropical monsoon climate.

Phu Quoc Island is ideal for a wide range of outdoor activities. It has mountains and unique wildlife on the northern part and pristine beaches on the southern end. Humidity level is low and temperatures average at 27.5°C during the dry season. Make sure you book your hotel in advance, as Phu Quoc gets packed with locals on public holidays and weekends.

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Best Time to Go to Phu Quoc Island

The best time to go to island is during the dry season. From November until March, Phu Quoc weather sees sunny skies and temperatures between 25°C and 28°C. You can sunbathe, snorkel and swim at Long Beach and Ong Lang Beach. Phu Quoc National Park and Suoi Tranh Waterfall are great for picnicking, jungle-trekking, camping, and bird-watching.

Rainy Season in Phu Quoc Island

Rainy season on Phu Quoc Island falls between July and September. Expect heavy showers in the late afternoon. Its average monthly rainfall ranges between 190mm and 361mm. Phu Quoc weather conditions are still pleasant, but roads can get very muddy at this time of the year. Try to avoid exploring Phu Quoc Island on motorcycle or bicycle.

There are many things to do on the island during the monsoon season. Phu Quoc Island has local markets, fishing villages, Cao Dai and Buddhist temples, pearl farms, and pepper plantations. Families can spend a fun-filled day with the little ones at Vinpearl Land Amusement Park.

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