Weather Averages for Antigua in April
Averages for Antigua in April
Antigua is just 17 degrees north of the equator and therefore it enjoys a tropical climate with very little temperature fluctuation. The weather in March is much the same as the preceding two months. The average temperature remains at 25°C and there is minimal rainfall.
The Harmony Hall Art Gallery in Brown’s Bay Mill hosts regular exhibitions from November to April. Exhibitors come from all corners of the globe and if you want to buy a memento of your trip to take back home, the gallery will arrange to ship it for you.
Cricket is as much a part of Antigua as it is in the UK. Sir Viv Richards, the world famous batsman of the 1980s, is still involved in Antiguan cricket. The season runs from January to July and matches tend to take place on Thursdays, Saturdays and Sundays at the Antigua Recreation Ground and other venues throughout the island
Diving is a very popular activity in the seas around Antigua. If you’ve never dived before, why not give it a go. Dockyard Divers run a Discover Scuba Class for complete novices and a full PADI certification class. The company also has a variety of dive sites for certified divers to choose from.
The Admiral’s Inn was completed in 1788 for Admiral Lord Nelson. It’s located in a secluded part of Nelson’s Dockyard in English Harbour. The restaurant specialises in locally caught seafood and you can enjoy a relaxing meal while looking out over the pristine waters of the Caribbean Sea.
If you’d rather stay in the island’s busy capital, St John’s, the City View Hotel might be the place for you. You’ll be close to the Cathedral, Museum and Public Market and of course there’ll be plenty of restaurants and bars to visit in the evening.