What’s the weather like in the Dominican Republic in April?
In April, the Dominican Republic’s tropical climate brings lots of sunshine and warm weather to the island’s idyllic shores. Located in the north of the Caribbean, you’ll have very little rainfall in the the Dominican Republic at this time, with the days getting steadily warmer as the month goes on, perfect for holidays on the beach. As the dry season is coming to an end, making way for the rainy season from May to November, there may be some short-lived showers.
This month the island has average temperatures of 26°C on the coast, which is ideal for relaxing on the beach and swimming in the sea. With highs of 29°C you’ll need to pack plenty of sun cream and seek shade in the peak of the day, especially if you’re on holiday with children. At night the temperatures are still quite warm at 23°C, so you’ll be grateful for air conditioning. With around 85mm of rain across the month, the island only tends to have five wet days, although conditions can vary depending on where you’re staying.