Yes, but not as much as the substrate and water in the bottom.
Think of the inside of you're tank as the outside of a glass of water.
If the water in the glass (air outside of the tank) is below the dewpoint, you will have condensation.
Maybee as an experiment you could turn up you're room heat to be equal or close to what the temp in the viv is at night.
I use a heating pad under one of my day gecko tanks to provide both heat and condensation (for drinking) when the heat mat is on, the glass gets alot of condensation.
You could try adding some screen section towards the front of the glass, but if the tank is very tall, with lots of undergrowth, that still may not help.
An expensive option that would probably work very well is to double pane you're viv glass.
The best way would be to equalize the room/viv temps, but it's not easy to keep a viv much cooler than room temp...so in most cases it's just a fact of life.
If you're up for purchasing or building a new tank, you could get a model with front ventilation, as in the new FCA acrylic vivs, or a design like this:
http://www.dendroboard.com/phpBB2/viewt ... entilation