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Indian Ocean

Avg weather in April
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    12 Hrsper day
    222 mmper month
    73 %avg
    9 Mphavg
    Indian Ocean

    Indian Ocean weather April

    What’s the weather like in the Indian Ocean in April?

    Indian Ocean weather in April is very hot and humid. It’s a great time to visit the exotic islands in the Indian Ocean as there’s a lot of sunshine in spring. You’ll also get to enjoy the region at a more quiet and peaceful time, which is perfect if you want to enjoy a relaxing and stress-free time abroad.

    Geographical influences

    The Indian Ocean is made up of a number of beautiful islands with miles of golden beaches, turquoise waters and vibrant culture. It’s a great destination for a warm, tropical climate with year-round sunshine and high temperatures. Each island has a variety of excellent resorts to choose from. If you’re a fan of nature and wildlife, head to the Maldives for glimpses of rare birds and whale sharks off the coast. History buffs will adore Sri Lanka for its ancient temples, colonial buildings and elegant palaces scattered across the island.


    The average temperature in the Indian Ocean in April is around 32°C, which is very warm and perfect for island hopping and soaking up the sunshine on the beach. There are 12 hours of sunlight per day with a humidity level of 74%. When you need a break from the heat, go for a swim in the sea and let the water cool you down. You’ll also get to enjoy winds of up to 7mph with just 10mm of rainfall throughout the month.

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