Seychelles is truly a year-round destination, but tends to have fewer tourist crowds between December and February due to the rain and humidity this time of year. July and August tend to have the highest winds and therefore make sea travel choppy and can delay inter-island flights. The ocean likewise can be swirled up making visibility poor. If pristine white sand beach and turquoise water are your reasons for coming, then July and August are best avoided.
Year-round average temperatures are consistently around 30 C, and it is possible to see both sun and rain on your Seychelles tour if you travel anytime of the year. The tradewinds also carry in seaweed that builds up on certain beaches at varying times of year. Consider inquiring about the timing of this for your specifically chosen hotel once you have settled on a certain time of year for travel so as to avoid this occurrence on your beach vacation.
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