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Indian Ocean

Avg weather in September
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    12 Hrsper day
    208 mmper month
    74 %avg
    9 Mphavg
    Indian Ocean

    Indian Ocean weather September

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

    Indian Ocean weather in September is very dry with not much chance of rain. It’s the perfect time to visit before peak season arrives, and you’ll get to enjoy some island hopping without crowded boats and packed beaches.

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    The Indian Ocean is a popular holiday destination due to its exotic islands and tropical climate. The weather is usually warm, sunny and dry with minimal rain in September. Explore the sea with some snorkelling and scuba diving on the coast of Mauritius or head to Sri Lanka for its natural beauty, historical buildings and lively nightlife.


    September is considered to be one of the wettest months of the year in the Maldives, so if you’re not a fan of the rain you can always head to another island with a drier climate. The average rainfall in the Indian Ocean overall is around 11mm with humidity levels of 76%. There are 12 hours of sunshine each day, which is plenty of time to lounge on the beach, explore the tropical countryside and visit other nearby islands for the day. Winds reach speeds of up to 11mph and the average daily temperature is a pleasant 30°C.

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