Dali Ancient Town Climate

Dali in Yunnan Province of China enjoys a subtropical highland climate with short, mild, dry winters, and warm, rainy summers because of its low latitude and high elevation. In summer, a majority of the days features some rainfall, and daytime temperatures rise to 24 °C (75 °F). In winter, frost may occur but the days generally warm up to 15 °C (59 °F) or more. The rainy season is from June to October. It can get rather windy in autumn and winter.

Temperature difference is slight in a year, but the difference during a day varies greatly. it’s not a bad idea to take a Dali tour at any time of a year. But the best time to visit Dali is from March to June when springtime is in full swing, and there are most festivals for Bai People between March and April. You’ll see best view and taste local customs and culture. As the old song singing-what a beautiful Dali in March; the March is counted by lunar calendar and probably is April by Gregorian calendar.

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Tips Before Travel

Bring copies of your passport

Don't assume you're restricted to the main hubs of Beijing and Shanghai, our tours can start from any city.

Register with your embassy

For your safety, please register with the Embassy.

Always have local cash

Exchange some local currency for your trip