What’s the weather like in the Caribbean in April?
Spanning thousands of islands and 28 island nations, the Caribbean is located south of Florida with a warm tropical climate. From December to April, the region experiences slightly cooler temperatures than the summer months, although it’s generally warm all year round. For the hottest weather, head to the most southerly islands including Trinidad, Barbados and St Vincent.
In April, the Caribbean enjoys lovely warm temperatures, with highs of 28°C in the more northerly Bahamas, and peaks of 33°C on the island of Trinidad. At night time, temperatures tend to drop by around 6°C, but you’ll still be grateful for air conditioning. The Caribbean does experience some wet weather at this time of year, as the dry season comes to an end. To avoid the showers, visit the islands in the south of the region. In Barbados, there’s just 36mm of rain over the course of the month, so the chance of wet weather is quite low.