What’s the weather like in Cuba in April?
Cuba’s in the northern Caribbean and has the Tropic of Cancer running through the north of the country. This means it has a tropical climate and if you’re going in April, you can look forward to high temperatures and lots of sun. It’s one of the driest months of the year as it’s in the dry season which runs from November to April. The waters of the Caribbean Current will keep you nice and warm, and north easterly winds that blow in from the Atlantic Ocean will help to keep you comfortable. The direction of these winds means you’ll be driest if you’re staying in the south.
The average high in capital Havana’s 29ºC in April, which is perfect for enjoying the sun. It stays nice and warm in the evenings, only cooling to 20ºC. The sea temperature is 26ºC, so it’s lovely for swimming. There’s 63mm of rain over five days, while humidity’s moderate. You can expect 13 hours of daylight with nine hours of sunshine each day. UV levels will be extremely high so bring plenty of sun cream. Sunset’s just before 8pm.