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Indian Ocean

Avg weather in February
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    11 Hrsper day
    142 mmper month
    74 %avg
    9 Mphavg
    Indian Ocean

    Indian Ocean weather February

    What’s the weather like in the Indian Ocean in February?

    From the luxurious beaches of the Maldives to the tropical forests of the Seychelles, the Indian Ocean is a beautiful destination to visit at any time of the year. Indian Ocean weather in February is very sunny and dry, making it perfect for relaxing on sun-kissed beaches and swimming in the azure waters.

    Geographical influences

    The Indian Ocean is known for its beautiful tropical climate that gives the region constant warmth and sunshine throughout the year. If you’re planning on visiting a few of the islands, you can hop on a boat for easy and fast travel. You’ll get to feel the warm breeze against your skin and you’ll see more of the islands this way, letting you get a good look of the region to decide how and where you’d like to spend your time.


    When you visit the Indian Ocean islands in February, you’ll get to enjoy warm temperatures of 31°C with a humidity of 76%. You’ll have 11 hours of sunlight per day, giving you plenty of time to sightsee the best attractions on each island. There’s just 3mm of rainfall at this time of year with winds reaching speeds of up to 11mph.

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