What’s the weather like in Tunisia in April?
The Sahara Desert dominates the south of Tunisia, which is in the middle of North Africa’s Mediterranean coastline. This gives the country warm weather all year round, with things hotting up in April as summer gets closer. There’s different weather around Tunisia, but in popular Mediterranean spots like Hammamet you’ll get plenty of sunshine and not much rain.
Tunisia is known for hot weather, although there’s differences around the country. The south’s really hot and dry, and sees big temperature drops at night. You’ll find pleasant weather on the Mediterranean coast in the north and east, which is cooled by breezes that also reduce humidity. The Cap Bon peninsula is also popular for its comfortable conditions.
There’s an average high temperature of 22ºC in popular Hammamet during April, which is in northeast Tunisia. You’ll be sunning yourself during the day, but you should bring some warmer clothes for the evenings as things can get quite nippy. The average sea temperature’s 16ºC, while humidity’s low and ranges from around 50-90%. Average rainfall’s 35mm over eight rainy days.
During April you can expect 13 hours of daylight with eight hours of sunshine each day. UV levels will be high, while sunset’s at 6.40pm at the beginning of the month and gradually gets later.