July at Inle Lake witnesses no change in the weather in comparison to June. The maximum average temperature is around 27℃ and the minimum is at 20℃.
Inle Lake weather in July is warm most of the month with an average of 7.2 hours of sunshine per day.
For first-timers, there is no reason not to visit Inle Lake in July. As it is warm for both day and night, Inle Lake is good to visit in July. Although you can expect 223 mm of atmospheric precipitation during the whole month, it only rains part of the day making it available to visit in the rest of the day.
Things to Do in July
There are some places you intended to visit for a few days, but then those few days surprisingly turns to a week. And, Inle Lake is one of those places. With the alluring beauty coupled with a unique lifestyle of the local tribes, the more you see, the more you want to linger a little bit more.
Visit the 5 Day Rotating Market
The famous 5-day markets which take place at the center of Inle Lake is the best place for travelers to gaze out at the vibrant trading of the different ethnics in the region. The market rotates between villages on the lakeshore every five days and that’s the reason people call it “5-day rotating market”. They are full of vibrant colors, such as tropical fruits, vegetables, betel nut, cheroot cigars, and the color of the tribes’ attires. If you decide to visit the market in your Inle Lake tour, it is better to arrive early to captivate the most authentic image.
Explore Inle Lake Wildlife Sanctuary
If you a nature lover, don’t miss the chance to visit Inle Lake Wildlife Sanctuary. Located in Nyaung Shwe, it covers an area of 642 square miles. The sanctuary established in 1985 to conserve and protect natural vegetation, wetland birds and freshwater fish. Together with sightseeing, floating agriculture farms also a great thing to discover once visiting the sanctuary.
Kyauk Phyu Gyi Buddha Image
Just one km toward the south of Nyaung Shwe, The Kauk Phyu Gyi Buddha Image is a great place to visit in a day trip from Inle Lake. The Buddha faces the east of Nanthe village is surrounded by several golden stupas, glittering in the sky.