Bermuda: April Weather AveragesDaily averages for April
|Chance of Sunny Day||12 %|
|Rainfall days||14 days|
|Chance of Rain||44 %|
|Chance of Cloudy Day||38 %|
|Chance of Windy Day||69 %|
Daily averages for April
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Averages for Bermuda in April
April is a fantastic time to visit Bermuda if you’re looking for sunshine but don’t want the scorching temperatures and large crowds that the summer season attracts. During this month, the island enjoys similar weather to that of Warwick Camp, with temperatures rising up to 22°C at the warmest point of the day, dropping to around 18°C on an evening.
Beating Retreat Ceremony has been going on since the 17th century and is a fantastic thing to see. People line the streets to watch the Bermuda Regiment Band, the Bermuda Islands Pipe Band and Highland Dancers march along the roads in a fantastic event that combines a music concert and a parade.
Good Friday is also celebrated in Bermuda, but in a very different way than in the UK. During this special day, the locals traditionally enjoy cod fishcakes, hot cross buns and kite flying. Visitors are encouraged to join in with the fun, which includes kite flying competitions, games, local entertainment, face painting and bouncy castles.
Golfers won’t want to miss the chance to play a few rounds at the Port Royal Golf Club. This spectacular golf course offers sea views on almost every hole and is a must for anyone who loves the sport.
Jobson’s Cove Beach is a small beach, tucked out the way of the resorts, making it a great place to go for some peace and quiet. With shallow, calm waters, this beach is ideal for children to enjoy without constant supervision.
Popular with couples and families looking for accommodation in Bermuda, The Sandpiper is one of the best collections of apartments on the island. Located in a very scenic area, this group of apartments is only a short distance away from various beaches, restaurants and shops.
April events in Bermuda
Bermuda Peppercorn ceremony
22nd April 2015
The Peppercorn Ceremony is an important annual event that has taken place since 1816. The Ceremony is held at St. George which is the day Bermuda's capital was moved to Hamilton city from St. George and the old State House was given out for an annual rent of peppercorn to freemasons. The Old State House is one of the most stunning and historically important buildings in Bermuda. Each year, the ceremony begins with the town crier introducing various dignitaries to the spectators,later on in the day the Govenor makes a grand entrance in a horse drawn carriage accompanied by a 17 gun salute.