UK Tel: 01580 712 690 

email:

subscribe for news & offers
.

LEARN ABOUT THE SEYCHELLES

Weather
The Seychelles climate is generally warm and humid. As the islands are located only 4 degrees south of the equator, the days and nights are almost evenly divided - with 12 hours of daylight. The year is divided into two seasons, depending on the trade winds.

The Southeast trade wind blows from May to September, with a strong constant breeze from the oceans, which can cause slightly rough seas. The Southeast trade wind is normally the dry season. Sea grass, deposited along the east and south coast of Mahe and west coast of Praslin, is a common occurrence on the beaches.

The Northwest trade wind from October to April, brings calmer seas making it the ideal time for diving and water sports activities. The rainy season is expected in December to the beginning of March. Sea grass, deposited along the north and west coast of Mahe and south and east coast of Praslin, is a common occurrence on the beaches.

The average yearly temperature is between 25 to 31 degrees Celsius with a relative humidity of 70-90%. The coolest months are June to October while the hottest months are December to April.