Maldives Weather April Averages, Maldives
What's The Weather Like in The Maldives in April?
April is a much-loved month for water sports enthusiasts who flock to the Maldives during the end of the dry season (beginning at the end of November and lasting until April), April is warm and boasts the warmest sea temperatures of the year.
How Hot Are The Maldives In April?
During this month, the average daytime temperature reaches a tropical 29ºC. During night time, temperatures can drop down to a still very warm 27ºC while daytime highs usually peak just above 31ºC - perfect for water sports and seaside activities.
How Warm Is The Sea In The Maldives In April?
The sea temperature in April climbs up to an impressive 30ºC; slightly higher than daytime averages and the highest of the whole year.
April Sunshine Hours
During April, the Maldives enjoy 9 hours of daily sunshine and relatively little clouds thanks to the still present northeastern monsoon winds.
How Much Does It Rain In The Maldives In April?
The moisture-rich southwestern monsoon that comes from the Indian Ocean raises humidity and brings about plentiful rainfall. Monthly total precipitation for the month of April amounts to 132mm, which falls over an average of ten days.
Hotels for Maldives in April
Soneva Fushi Resort
The Soneva Fushi Resort is an extremely highly rated resort that is considered one of the best in terms of honeymooning in the Maldives. Here, couples can have their very own private table on a private beach and share a glass of imported fine wine and enjoy stunning views.
Mirihi Island Resort
The Mirihi Island Resort is a luxurious seaside hotel located on a secluded private islet that is just 350 metres long and 50 metres wide. The resort offers water villas that are ideal for families with teenagers and children as well as couples on their honeymoons. The hotel is just 30 minutes from the airport and employs a sea plane that takes tourists to and from the island.
Four Seasons Resort Maldives at Kuda Huraa
Four Seasons Resort Maldives at Kuda Huraa is one of the most famous high end resorts in the Maldives. Built on a garden island, teeming with lush vegetation, this luxurious resort is located inside the unspoiled Baa Atoll UNESCO World Biosphere Reserve. The resort boasts a fully equipped spa and numerous other luxurious amenities that make it a favorite for discerning couples on their honeymoons as well as for tourists that want the absolute best when it comes to quality accommodation.
Rihiveli Beach Resort
The Rihiveli Beach Resort is a family friendly resort that focuses on hassle-free accommodation and boundless fun under the Maldivian sun. The resort consists of 48 sea facing bungalows that are spacious enough for a family of four. Tourists can reach two tiny islands on foot and explore the natural wonders in a tranquil and pristinely beautiful environment here.
The Constance Halaveli is a superb 5 star resort located on a sandy beach of a secluded island. The hotel offers bungalows and over water villas that have been highly rated and featured on the covers of numerous international tourist guides and magazines. The resort is perfectly geared towards newly weds on their honeymoons, with everything taken care of by the experts in the hotel's staff to create an enchanting honeymoon experience by the beach.
Beaches for April for Maldives
The beaches on the island of Vabbinfaru are among the most popular with tourists while also being some of the highest rated beaches in the Indian Ocean. The island is surrounded by coral reefs, making it an ideal spot for fishing. The western side of the island is the least developed and the beach there lends itself beautifully to divers and snorkelers. The beaches closer to the resorts, including the Banyan Tree, are quite lively and attract large crowds of tourists who come for the restaurants and the cocktail bars.
Restaurants and Bars for Maldives in April
Seagull Cafe House
The Seagull Cafe House is a trendy open air café located in a central spot in Male. The seagull is popular for its light tasty snacks as well as its fine selection of non-alcoholic drinks that make it a much favored spot for young visitors. The café is also famous for its fresh Italian ice cream.
I-berry Café is a friendly coffee shop that serves hearty breakfasts and good coffees. This café is much loved by tourists craving a full English breakfast as well as delicious desserts. Homesick? Head here.
The Reef Club is a casual music bar and restaurant that often holds live music nights inside the Four Season Kuda Huraa resort. The bar is open to non visitors of the hotel and serves as an excellent meeting point between tourists who travel across the span of Maldives. The live music is mostly international in style, with classic rock and jazz pieces often brightening the evenings.
Things to Do in Maldives in April
The National Museum is a very notable tourist attraction in the Maldives and one that features numerous unique exhibits. The building the museum is located in is all that is left of the original Sultan's Palace. As a museum, here you can find numerous important artefacts from the Maldives' ancient history. The museum is surrounded by the Sultan's Park, an attractive garden that is open to the public.
National Art Gallery
For tourists interested in culture, the National Art Gallery of the Maldives is a place they should definitely visit while in Male. This is the largest art gallery in the Maldives and forms the epicentre of the country's art scene, with numerous exhibitions of local as well as international artists that create everything from conceptual art to photography to be displayed on the museum.
For anyone that loves cooking and also shopping, go spice shopping. Opposite the fish market in Male you'll find many authentic spices to buy. Purchase the local spice mixes for heart-warming curries and many other goodies are available to take home.
Dates for the diary
The official Maldives Underwater Festival is a unique annual event much enjoyed by tourists and locals each year in April. The festival celebrates the Maldives as one of the premier destinations for scuba diving and snorkelling, serving as a pivot to help people learn more about these water sports and promote them on a national and international level. Officially endorsed by the Maldives Tourism Bureau, the festival attracts the best diving trainers from the Maldives as well as international scuba veterans who come to Maldives to connect with each other and help promote the wide array of underwater activities that are available on the archipelago. This festival is a real paradise for water sports enthusiasts.