Bridgetown Weather April Averages, Barbados
- Temperature 27°C 81°F
- High Temperature 29°C 84°F
- Low Temperature 24°C 75°F
- Day Temperature 28°C 82°F
- Night Temperature 26.4°C 80°F
- Sunshine Hours 9 hours
- Rainfall 36 mm
- Rainfall Days 7 days
- Sea Temperature 27°C 81°F
A spring break to Bridgetown, Barbados can offer wonderful, warm and sunny days and is perfect for families during the Easter holidays.
Temperatures have risen slightly, but hurricane season is still a couple of months away and cooling breezes stop the heat from feeling too oppressive. High temperatures are now 29°C (84°F) with averages of 27°C (81°F). Even the lowest temperatures do not drop below 24°C (75°F) from April onwards, so evenings will be pleasant and warm.
There are 9 hours of sunshine per day so it is advisable to take plenty of sun-cream or sunhats for trips to the beach. Speaking of the beach, sea temperatures are 27°C (80°F) so swimming is a must! April is the last month before rainfall begins to pick up slightly, seeing only 36mm of precipitation across 7 days of the month, so wet weather is minimal.
With warm temperatures, lots of sunshine and hardly any rainfall, April is a good month to visit Bridgetown, before the wet season starts.
Where to Stay
Coral Sands Beach Resort is situated in Worthing, this beachfront hotel is in the entertainment area and inside of a 10-minute stroll to Accra Beach, Rockley Beach, Worthing Beach, Graeme Hall Nature Sanctuary and St. Lawrence Bay is likewise inside of 15 minutes. An eatery, an open air pool, a poolside bar, free Wi-Fi, kitchenette, fridge, microwave, coffee maker, cable TV and balconies are available in all 31 rooms. The resort has 4 floors, all non-smoking rooms with infant beds available and it prides itself on being a family hotel.
Divi Southwinds Beach Resort has direct access to St. Lawrence Bay, Dover Beach, Turtle Beach and Graeme Hall Nature reserve within a 10 to 15 minute walk. At the resort you spend the day relaxing on the close-by beach then come back to eat at one of the condominium's two eateries. Each of the 133 apartment suites have kitchens equipped with iceboxes and microwaves, in addition to a patio and free Wi-Fi. Visitors will likewise discover satellite TV, safes, and telephones.
Emerald Ridge Guest House is 5 minutes' drive away from Dover Beach and Grantley Adams International Airport is under 10 minutes' drive away. It offers furnished apartments and rooms with free Wi-Fi, fridges throughout, plus each room has air con, TV, private bathroom and free toiletries. A continental breakfast can be enjoyed at the hotel's restaurant and there is a pool-side bar to sip a cool drink or two. Graeme Hall Nature Sanctuary and the Sheraton Shopping Centre are nearby.
Hit the Beach
Accra Beach with its white sands converging with the shimmering turquoise water of the Caribbean Sea is an idyllic place to be. The beach is perfect for sunbathing and water sports, there are local vendors selling an array of merchandise for everyone. Accra beach is a popular spot for tourists and there are chaBrownes Beach is situated just outside of Bridgetown and provides a long shoreline of white sand, this is one of the biggest beaches on the island. The turquoise waters are calm and ideal for scuba diving, swimming and snorkelling. This beach has no restrooms, but there are plenty of local restaurants and resorts that surround the beach to use. The beach has shipwrecks nearby off the coast and the beach itself is pristine.
Eating & Drinking Out
The Lone Star is still one of the hippest restaurants on the island and its location near the sea is perfect. The menu is extensive with Caribbean, Indian, Asian and European cuisine to tempt the taste buds, for the constantly thronging crowd at this busy place.
Oistins Fish Fry is a fishing village in the south of the island and on a Friday night, its Fish Fry night at the village fish market. Picnic tables with seated tourists and locals, frying cabins, colourful stalls and the atmosphere of a street party. Grilled to order fish, local arts and handicrafts make this a Friday night to savour.
Tapas restaurant and bar has a buzzy feel to it, with tourists and locals frequenting the location along the south coast boardwalk. The restaurant is on two levels, upstairs for stunning views and the ground level is next to the beach. Fine dining at reasonable prices at a location that you can only dream of.
Waterfront Cafe overlooks the Careenage in Bridgetown harbour, this place is café/bistro type of affair that is one of best places on the island to stop for lunch. There is a bar area and some cool local art displayed around the place. In the evening you will find local jazz bands and a laid-back vibe to enjoy your night.
Things to Do
Limegrove Lifestyle Centre is situated in the centre of Holetown which is on the west coast of Barbados. This luxurious shopping mall Limegrove has a huge selection of the world's most prominent brands. At this centre you will discover an array of shoes, clothing, watches, kitchen goods, jewellery and culinary delights. Limegrove is a wonderful place for a snack, light lunch or a full dinner from the restaurants on the ground level that surround the water feature. You can also dine alfresco and have drinks at the Lime Bar. The Limegrove also has a cinema that offers a boutique and luxurious cinema experience with food, drink, plus snacks brought to your seats directly.
Sandy Lane Golf Course is a luxury golf course and resort in Barbados that provides some of the finest golf on the island. The Country Club, The Old Nine and the Green Monkey are the three courses to try. The course offers stunning and spectacular natural scenery of Barbados' beautiful coastline.
The Dolphin Fountain in Heroes Square honours when piped water was first introduced to Barbados in 1865. The fountain is a bleach white colour with a large pool with 3 smaller pools rising from the larger pool and adorned with Dolphins worth a photo or two.
Barbados Museum and Historical Society is situated at the Barbados Garrison and is a former military prison used by the British. It became a museum in 1930, the building itself was constructed in 1817 on the second floor and the ground was constructed in 1853. The exhibits on display include old maps of the island, early inhabitants of Barbados, the Amerindians and plantation house furnishings.