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Indian Ocean

Avg weather in January
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    173 mmper month
    76 %avg
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    Indian Ocean weather January

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

    If you’re dreaming of a holiday in the Indian Ocean, January is one of the best times of year to visit. Although there’s warm weather all year round, January has some of the highest temperatures with daily highs reaching the low-thirties.

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    The Indian Ocean weather in January is perfect for exploring the islands. You’ll get to enjoy lots of warm sunshine with only a small chance of rainfall. Stay at a beach resort in the Maldives and dip your toes in the azure waters of the sea. For breath-taking views and idyllic countryside, head to Zanzibar and soak up the culture with some sightseeing and shopping in the island’s lively coastal towns.


    The average temperature in the Indian Ocean at this time of year is 31°C. There are regular sea breezes travelling at 13mph that bring relief from the heat at peak times of the day. If you want to cool down, you can enjoy a peaceful swim in the mild waters of the sea before heading inland for lunch. The average rainfall is just 8mm and you’ll have at least 12 hours of sunshine each day.

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