The Seychelles are assigned to the African continent. It is a group of 115 islands located about 800 kilometers off the east coast of the African country of Kenya. South of the Seychelles is Madagascar. You are thus in the Indian Ocean, and only 7 degrees south of the equator.
Due to this proximity to the equator, the Seychelles have some special features. So, every day the sun sets at about 18:00, and in the morning it rises again at 6:00. Over the year, these times fluctuate only by a maximum of half an hour.
In addition, there are no significant seasonal differences in the Seychelles. The proximity to the equator brings the Seychelles a summery 29 degrees Celsius on average all year round. In December and January it rains more often than in the other months of the year.