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Avg weather in April
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    14 mmper month
    46 %avg
    11 Mphavg

    Tunisia weather April

    What’s the weather like in Tunisia in April?

    The weather in Tunisia in April shows the first signs that the hot summer’s on its way. Temperatures are well over 20°C and there are less showers than the spring and winter. April’s a popular time to visit Tunisia and relax by the sandy beaches before the busier summer crowds arrive.

    Geographical influences

    The hot Tunisia weather in April is thanks to its location in the far north of Africa. Tunisia’s also bathed in Mediterranean sunshine, and resorts along the coast, such as Port El Kantaoui and Hammamet, enjoy a refreshing sea breeze all year. The inland deserts can experience extreme heat during warm months. Resorts in the south of Tunisia, like the beautiful Djerba island, are a little warmer than the north.


    The average daytime high temperature’s 23°C in April. In the south of Tunisia, this creeps up by a couple of degrees when the sun’s really shining. In late evening the conditions cool to around 15°C or 16°C, which is perfect for a stroll along the beach or the pretty harbour at Port El Kantaoui. Just a light rain jacket’s all you’ll need this month as you explore Tunisia. The average rainfall’s only 20mm, with six days affected by wet weather. The humidity’s a cool 52%, and the UV level’s moderate, but you should still use sun cream during hot days and in the peak afternoon sunshine. The sun should last for nine to ten hours each day, from 13 hours of daylight and doesn’t set until 7pm.  

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