What’s the weather like in Riviera Maya in April?
April’s the end of the dry season along the beautiful Caribbean coastline of Mexico, with hot temperatures and hours of sunshine. Take a trip to this wonderful stretch of golden sandy beaches and the Riviera Maya weather in April will make your holiday one you’ll never forget.
Riviera Maya enjoys an idyllic setting in the Yucatan Peninsula by the Caribbean Sea, just to the south of Cancun and Playacar. The popular resorts of Tulum, Playa del Carmen and Xcaret are all part of the region. It enjoys a year-round warm climate and the refreshing coastal breeze keeps temperatures much more comfortable than they are further inland. The dry season along the east Mexican coastline’s between November and April.
Thanks to the hot Caribbean climate, the weather in Riviera Maya in April sees impressive temperatures and bags of sunshine. The average high’s around 31°C, only dropping to 22°C on rare cooler days. The moderate winds from the sea brings welcome refreshment. The sun will shine for an average of nine hours this month, from 13 hours of daylight. The water temperature is a brilliant 28°C, which gives you the chance to splash out or even take up an exciting water sport! Rain’s not much to worry about in the Riviera Maya in April. Just 31mm falls on average and there’s just a slight chance of tropical showers. The UV level is high and the heat and humidity are too, so take care when you’re out and about in the sun.