Guangxi Climate

Located in the southern part of the country, Guangxi is bordered by Yunnan to the west, Guizhou to the north, Hunan to the northeast, and Guangdong to the east and southeast. It is also bordered by Vietnam in the southwest and the Beibu Gulf in the south. 

Guangxi Climate

Guangxi is located in a low latitude area, facing the tropical sea in the south, bordering the Nanling mountains in the north, and connecting Yunnan-Guizhou plateau in the west. The rivers in Guangxi are vertical and horizontal, and the geographical environment is relatively complicated. Under the combined effects of solar radiation, atmospheric circulation and underlying surfaces, the climate in Guangxi has the following characteristics:

Diverse climate types with long summer and short winter

In terms of climate regionalization, the northwestern part of Guangxi belongs to the mid-subtropical climate, and the southern part of Guangxi belongs to the southern subtropical climate. In view of topographical situation, the north Guangxi and west Guangxi have the general characteristics of mountain climate, and the “Three-D climate” is more obvious. And north Guangxi has a warm and humid marine climate. Guangxi is short in winter and long in summer. The average annual temperature is between 16 °C and 23 °C. In view of average temperature, the summer in north Guangxi is 4 months to 5 months, and the winter is only about two months. The summer in south Guangxi is from May to October and winter in south Guangxi is less than two months in winter, and there is almost no winter in the coastal areas.

Abundant Rain and Heat Resources

The annual rainfall in Guangxi is between 1,000 mm and 2,800 mm, especially the maximum precipitation in Dongxing District of Fangchenggang, reaching 2,822.7 mm. The least rainfall is in Tianyang County, around 1,100 mm. The annual total solar radiation amount is 90-100 kcal/cm2 ·year, and the daily average temperature is ≥10 ° C. The accumulated temperature is between 5,000°C and 8,300°C. The duration is 240 days to 358 days. And the distribution of thermal resources and rainfall is generally increasing from north to south. The rainfall from April to September accounts for 75% of annual rainfall. The rain and heat in the same period are more conducive to agricultural production.

Temperature in Guangxi

The annual average temperature in Guangxi is between 17°C and 22°C. The average daily temperature in January is 5.5°C to 15.2°C, and the hottest month is 27°C to 29°C. The extreme maximum temperatures that have occurred in various places over the years are mostly between 36°C and 42°C. The extreme minimum temperatures are generally between minus 6°C and 0°C.

Frost-free Period in Guangxi

 The differences ot the frost-free periods are also large. Between 284 days and 365 days, the distribution law is consistent with the annual average temperature. Among them, the frost-free period of the Qinzhou, Yulin, Nanning, and the southwestern part of the Hechi, and the southeastern part of Baise is more than 340 days, especially in the southern part of Qinzhou and Yulin. The frost-free period of Jinxiu, Ziyuan, Guanyang, Xing'an and Leye is relatively short, but it also reaches 284 days to 298 days. The rest of Guangxi is mostly 300 days to 340 days.

Best Time to Visit Guangxi

The best time to visit Guangxi is spring and autumn, especially these periods of April, May, August, September and October. The temperature of spring in Guangxi changes from 15℃ to 27℃. What's more, autumn is cool with little rain in Guangxi.

Travel Tips

What to Pack

If your choose to have your Guangxi Tours in May, visitors shall take the thin coats due to the large temperature difference. What's more, visitors can dress T-shirt in summer. If you plan to travel Guangxi in summer, the sun cream and umbrella are necessary in your luggage due to the strong ultraviolet rays and abundant rainfall.

Avoid Peak Seasons

In China, please had better not travel in peak seasons, such Chinese New Year, International Labor Day and National Day. If you want to experience the traditional festival culture, Taking a tour during the traditional festivals of China can get the opportunity to experience the festivals culture.

Best time to visit Guangxi

Best time to visit Guangxi

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