April is a good time to visit the Bahamas since in falls within the winter dry season. You can expect warm weather, mainly sunny skies and around nine hours of sunshine daily in April.
Here are the average temperatures in the capital, Nassau, located on New Providence Island – one of the most popular islands in the Bahamas.
How hot is it in the Bahamas in April?
Daytime temperatures usually reach 29°C (84°F) in the Bahamas in April, with moderate heat and humidity, falling to 21°C (69°F) at night.
Note: the north-western islands, including New Providence, Grand Bahama, Great Abaco, Andros, Harbour Island and Eleuthera are cooler in winter than the south-eastern islands.
How sunny is it in the Bahamas in April?
There are normally nine hours of bright sunshine each day in the Bahamas in April – that's around 71% of daylight hours.
Sunrise & sunset in April?
Sunrise is around 6:50am with sunset around 7:30pm.
How warm is the sea around the Bahamas in April?
The average sea temperature at the Bahamas in April is 25°C (77°F), which is good for swimming, snorkelling and diving.
Does it rain in the Bahamas in April?
There are usually 65mm (2.6in) of rainfall in the Bahamas in April, distributed across six days on average.
How windy is it in the Bahamas in April?
April has an average hourly wind speed of around 20 kilometres per hour (12 mph; 11 knots). The predominant wind direction is from the south.
What to do in the Bahamas in April?
Weather conditions in the Bahamas in April are excellent for watersports, including swimming, snorkelling and diving.
Hire a bare-boat or skippered yacht to explore these picture-perfect islands – the Bahamas are regarded as one of the Caribbean’s great cruising destinations.
Elizabeth Harbour's annual regatta in April typically attracts yachting greats as well as celebrities and European royalty.
Easter Holidays. April coincides with the spring-break for US college kids. High season runs from mid-December to mid-April, when you can expect higher hotel prices.
|High Temp: 29°C (84°F)|
|Low Temp: 21°C (69°F)|
|Sunshine: 9 hours per day|
|Daylight: 13 hours per day|
|Wind speed: 20km/h (12 mph; 11 knots)|
|Rainfall: 65mm (2.6in) monthly average|
|Wet Days: 6 days with some rain|
|Comfort Level: Moderate heat & 75% humidity|
|UV Index: Very high|
|Sea Temp: 25°C (77°F)|
|Nassau, New Providence Island, Bahamas|
The best time to visit the Bahamas is from November to April during the winter dry season.
Considered a year-round destination, the Bahamas typically experience a hot tropical climate with a warm and dry winter season from November to April, and a hot, rainy summer season from May to October.
Note: Meteorological data for the Bahamas is based on weather statistics gathered for the 30-year period 1991 to 2020, and is sourced from the Bahamas Department Of Meteorology at the closest weather station, Lynden Pindling International Airport (NAS), located 14km (8mi) west of central Nassau in New Providence Island, Bahamas. Additional climate data is sourced from the World Meteorological Organization (WMO) and the United States National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA).
Advice on the best time to visit a particular destination is based on average local weather statistics, when the weather conditions are generally better than at other times of the year. We consider high and low temperatures, risk of rain (and thunderstorms, etc.), amount of sunshine and sea temperature. For general outdoor activities we favour clear, rainless days with a temperature range between 18°C (64°F) and 27°C (80°F); and for hot-weather activities we favour clear, rainless days with a temperature range between 24°C (75°F) and 32°C (89°F). Often, the best times to visit correspond to high season and therefore involve higher prices.
Latest update: The Bahamas weather in April: 27 October, 2023
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