Where To Go In Vietnam In November


November is when tropical rain abates and the North Vietnam begins to have winter. A great number of visitors are excited about the wild sound of the Northern mountains or enjoy great moments on the blue sea along with long white sand beaches in some beaches in the South. We want to suggest you where to go in Vietnam in November.

Ha Giang with buckwheat flower festival

The whole land of Ha Giang seems to be dyed pink. In addition, rolling jagged mountains and brilliant buckwheat flowers make Ha Giang look like a river flowing into the sea. In the trip to Ha Giang, you should not miss Dong Van Karst Plateau, Lung Cu Flagpole, Ma Pi Leng Pass, Nho Que river, Quan Ba double mountain and Hoang Su Phi terraced fields. Besides, you can take part in Lui market, which has been preserved from generation to generation by ethnic people like White H’mong, Black H’mong, Meo and Tay. Here you will see the local children with cheerful smiles.

Buckwheat flowers in Ha Giang

Moc Chau with cauliflower fields

At the end of autumn, cauliflowers in Moc Chau flourish. You can see vast cauliflower fields or valleys which looks like a grassland. Moc Chau town, Bua village, Thung Cuong village, Ang village and Pa Phach village are the world of cauliflowers. They are planted all over the hill, stretching from the valley to the mountain foot. It can be said that the entire vast space is completely covered with the pure white of flowers. The ethnic people grow cauliflowers to collect the seeds and sell them to oil press companies. Therefore, the best period to admire the romantic white fields in the golden sunlight just lasts from two to three weeks.

Cauliflower in Moc Chau

Phu Quoc

The ideal time to visit Phu Quoc island is from November to March. This period is the dry season in Phu Quoc with beautiful sunshine and calm sea. Phu Quoc is considered the tropical paradise where you can swim in the blue sea, leave your skin exposed to sunshine and enjoy fresh seafood dishes. Moreover, you also visit fishing villages to get acquainted with the plain local people here.

Phu Quoc

Da Lat

From late October to November is the season of tree marigold in Da Lat. Da Lat, also called the city of fog, becomes much more beautiful when it is flooded with the yellow color of tree marigold. It is suggested that you go to Dalat in November to see the wild flower. Further, in November, the weather in Dalat is drier. In the evening, it is a bit cold and you can take a stroll to experience the famous sites here.

Da Lat, Vietnam


Located in the northwest of Vietnam, Sa Pa is a highland district of Lao Cai Province, a lovely land with a lot of miracles of nature. The natural landscape in Sapa together with the human creativity draws a wonderful picture of harmonious beauty.

Sapa, Vietnam

Hope that this article is helpful for you in the journey to discover Vietnam. You can refer to where to go in Vietnam in January.