Indian Ocean Weather in December
What’s the weather like in the Indian Ocean in December?
It may be winter back home, but Indian Ocean weather in December is more like the summer. Temperatures are very high and it’s peak season, which makes it one of the most popular times to visit the islands.
The Indian Ocean is home to a number of exotic islands that have a very tropical climate, with lots of sun and heat all year. This means that no matter when you visit, you’re almost guaranteed excellent weather for your stay. One of the biggest decisions when travelling to this part of the world is deciding which island you’ll stay at. If you want a cultural experience, head to Sri Lanka for its historical buildings, colonial houses and ancient temples that are waiting to be explored. For golden beaches and idyllic scenery, the Maldives and Mauritius are the best.
The average temperature in December is 30°C, which is very warm weather and perfect for a classic holiday in the sun. 10mph winds come in from the sea and give refreshing breaks from the heat of midday. In the evening, temperatures cool slightly but it’s still very mild and you’ll need to keep the air-conditioning on at night. There are 12 hours of sunshine per day with an average humidity of 76% and 12mm of rainfall spread over the month.