Best time to go to Seychelles

Ah, Seychelles! That dreamy constellation of islands scattered across the Indian Ocean, promising lovers of luxury, sun worshippers and nature enthusiasts an irresistible concoction of delectable experiences. But the question remains: when can you best enjoy the pearl-like radiance of Seychelles?

The simple answer is - anytime! Seychelles blesses us with a year-round warm, tropical climate. Yet, to tap into the sweet spot of your vacation pursuits, let's embark on a season-by-season exploration!

The Dry Spell - May to October This period heralds the southeast trade winds, ruffling Seychelles with drier and slightly cooler weather. Perfect for lazing on the sun-kissed beaches or hiking through the verdant trails of Morne Seychellois National Park without getting too sweaty. A little secret: July and August tend to be the windiest months, so if you're not a fan of tousled hair, do consider this.

The Wet Wave - November to April These months see the northwest monsoon bringing its share of increased humidity and intermittent rainfall. But fear not! Even the rain in Seychelles refuses to dampen the spirits, as showers are generally short and followed by brilliant sunshine. December to February, however, can be a bit too wet, unless you're a fan of raindrops.

To give you more clarity, here's a temperature overview for the city:

MonthAverage Temperature (°C)Average Temperature (°F)
January24 to 3075 to 86
February24 to 3175 to 88
March24 to 3175 to 88
April24 to 3275 to 90
May24 to 3275 to 90
June23 to 3073 to 86
July22 to 2972 to 84
August22 to 2972 to 84
September23 to 3073 to 86
October24 to 3175 to 88
November24 to 3175 to 88
December24 to 3175 to 88

Remember, these are just guidelines. Anytime you choose to visit, Seychelles will unfurl its spectacular tapestry of azure seas, powdery sand, and lush greenery. As unpredictable as mother nature can be, these tropical islands tend to remain a beacon of beauty and tranquility throughout the year.

So, what are you waiting for? Set your sails towards the ever welcoming, ever radiant Seychelles!