When should I go to northern Thailand?

When should I go to northern Thailand?

Rainy season is the longest season, starting in June and lasting all through October. This is a good time to visit the north of Thailand. Countryside is lush and green, temperatures drop a bit from the hot season and daily showers cool the heat.

How much is white water rafting in Thailand?

The costs for white water rafting in Thailand range upwards of THB 1000, and are generally between THB 1000 to THB 3000. White water rafting options generally range from Grade 1 – Grade 6, with Grade 1 being the easiest and Grade 6 being the most difficult levels.

Does it rain a lot in Thailand in June?

June overview Whilst far from guaranteed, there is a reasonable chance of rain throughout much of Thailand in June. Temperatures remain high (avg temp: 29-31°C) and, at least initially, the rain is likely to come in the form of short downpours, with periods of good weather expected throughout much of the day.

Which part of Thailand is best to visit in June?

While there is still rain, Ko Samui and surrounds is about your best bet for beach time in June. Samui, Ko Pha Ngan and Ko Tao are all reasonably good and certainly will have better weather than pretty much anything on the west coast or up around Ko Chang.

What’s the meaning of white water rafting?

White-water rafting is the activity of riding on a raft over rough, dangerous parts of a fast-flowing river.

What is the wettest month in Thailand?

For most of Thailand, the most rainfall is accumulated in September and October making them the wettest months in Thailand. However, the east coast of Southern Thailand gets the heaviest rainfall in November.

Can you swim in Thailand in June?

Best Time for Snorkeling and Swimming: Great swimming and snorkeling is possible year-round in Thailand, except on days when there are thunderstorms during the rainy season. November to April is probably the best time, especially around the islands in the Andaman sea.

Is Thailand OK in June?

June is a good time to visit, allowing you to catch the last of the dry weather and avoid the crowds seen during the European school holidays. Thailand is bathed in sunshine at this time of year, and there are wonderful opportunities to grab a shoulder season bargain.