Phu Quoc Island lies in the Gulf of Thailand in the southwest of Vietnam, and stretches from 9°53' to 10 °28' north latitude, from 103°49' to 104°05' east longitude. There are 22 large and small islands in the sea area of Phu Quoc; of which the largest one is Phu Quoc Island with an area of 567 km ² (56,700 ha), and 49 km long. Natural terrain runs from north to south. Phu Quoc weather is also affected by weather in Mekong River Delta. Phu Quoc has two distinct seasons. In dry season, Phu Quoc Island is affected by the north-east monsoon with the highest temperature of 35°C in April and May. In rainy season, Phu Quoc Island is the gateway of the west and south-west monsoon with high humidity from 85% to 90%.
Due to situated in low latitudes and deeply in the Gulf of Thailand, and "wrapped" by the sea, weather in Puh Quoc is portayed by features of the tropical monsoon. Climate in Phu Quoc is divided into two distinct seasons: dry season from November to May, and rainy season from June to October. In dry season, Phu Quoc Island is affected by the north-east monsoon with strong intensity, the average wind speed of 3.2 m/s. When north-east monsoon is strong, the wind speed ranges from 20 to 24 m/s. The average humidity in this season is 78%. The average temperature is about 30°C. The highest temperature is recorded in April and May (35°C). In rainy season, Phu Quoc Island is the gateway of the west and south-west monsoon with high humidity (from 85% to 90%), and cloudy. The average rainfall is 414mm (3000mm per year). In the north of this island, the average precipitation can reach 4000 mm/year.
In November, weather in Phu Quoc is still warm with the temperature ranging from 24 to 31°C. In December, the temperature is lower (22-29°C); the average humidity is 67%. The temperature in January relatively remains at the level of 21-29°C. The highest temperature in this month is 33°C; the lowest one is 23°C. In February, the average temperature is about 32°C, while the lowest one is 24°C. In this month, a little bit of rainfall embraces Phu Quoc Island, the humidity is about 76%. From March to May, the temperature varies from 25-33°C with the humidity of 77%, and the precipitation of 414mm. In the rainy season, Phu Quoc Island weather undergoes a period with high humidity and precipitation. In June, the south-west monsoon operates heavier. The temperature in months of June, July, and August is about 25-31°C, with high humidity and precipitation.The entire day in August remains shadowy with a bit of showers. In September, the temperature is lower a bit, from 24-29°C; the average humidity is about 76%. In October, the temperature in Phu Quoc remains unchanged at about 23-30°C. The avarage rainfall is about 299mm.
Notably, weather in Phu Quoc Island is preferable to travel all year round. the average temperature in this island is so ideal (from 25-30°C) Due to situated in low latitudes and deeply in the Gulf of Thailand, and "wrapped" by the sea, weather in Puh Quoc is portayed by features of the tropical monsoon. Dalat has two distinct seasons. Mùa khô: Phu Quoc Island is affected by the north-east monsoon with the highest temperature of 35 °C in April and May. This period of time is favorable to tourist activities. In rainy season, from June to November, Phu Quoc Island is the gateway welcoming the west and south-west monsoon with high humidity from 85% to 90%. During this time, rains in Phu Quoc may influence your travel plans in this island. If visiting Phu Quoc from November to April, you will have a chance to enjoy the most beautiful time of Phu Quoc Island. As it is dry season, the temperature is moderate; and rains occur less. In early months of a year, there are many interesting festivals take place in Phu Quoc such as Tet - Vietnamese Lunar New Year, Tet Nguyen Tieu (Lantern Fetival), and other festivals in temples and pagodas in Phu Quoc. The rest time of a year (June to October) is also ideal period for you to enjoy your holidays at beautiful resort, marvelous beaches in Phu Quoc.