There is no specific period of time when you shouldn’t visit the Seychelles. However, it is still helpful to understand the behaviour of tropical climates and how it affects the islands. The Seychelles is prone to southeast and northwest trade winds, cyclones and monsoons. And although that may be dispiriting, these natural occurrences are rarely dangerous. Where you’re looking to stay, how much you’re willing to spend, and what you’re most interested in doing, will ultimately affect when you should visit Seychelles.
Throughout the year, the climate varies between 24°C to 32°C and rarely exceeds temperatures far beyond that. The evening also remains at an average temperature of 25°C, so you won’t have any difficulty sleeping. Your accommodation is also likely to cater to tourists with fans and air-conditioning for the warmer evenings.