Before planning your trip to Seychelles, it is good to learn about the climatic characteristics of this region where there is a tropical and humid climate throughout the year. The temperature, stable month after month, gives little indication of when to go to Seychelles. However, it is possible to distinguish two seasons punctuating the daily life of these islands bordered by beaches with turquoise waters. The hottest and wettest season, the southern summer, begins in October and ends in April. The north-west trade winds tend to bring algae to the beaches, but if you can not go to the Seychelles until this period, rest assured: not all the beaches are affected at the same time of the year, since, during the cool season, it is the trade winds of the South-East which touch the islands of Seychelles.