Da Nang is located on the coast of the Eastern Sea by the Han River between Hanoi and Ho Chi Minh City. While not an enormously popular tourist destination, Da Nang does have a lot to offer in terms of sites with cultural and historical significance.
Da Nang is a tropical city with two seasons dry and rainy, though rain can be expected to fall year round. The true rainy season runs from about September through December. Monsoons are worst during this period but can and do occur through March. April is actually the driest month of the year in Da Nang making it a recommended time to visit. Temperatures generally range between 25 and 33 degrees year round.
With 30 kilometres of coastline, Da Nang has beautiful beaches and seashores including Nam O, Xuan Thieu, and Bac My An to name a few. Lined with white sand Da Nang’s beaches can be a great place for a getaway if you can avoid the rains.