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Where's Hot in April?

Where's Hot in April?

Thanks to the famously unpredictable British weather, April could bring the start of spring – or it could rain the entire time. With summer still a few months away, you’ll have to wait a while for those toasty temperatures at home. Luckily, you can get a dose of sunshine by jetting off to a hot destination in Asia, America or the Middle East.

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Where should you go in April?

After the long winter months, start your summer early by escaping to an exotic destination. In April, temperatures in Asia soar, so it’s the ideal time for a holiday to this diverse continent. You can see elephants and temples in sun-drenched Sri Lanka. Or, head to Indonesia – the world’s largest island country – for beaches, volcanoes and jungles. A little closer to home, the Middle East hovers around 32 degrees Celsius, so you can spend your time unwinding on the beach, relaxing by the pool, and visiting cultural sites. If you’re thinking about booking a family holiday in April, look no further than firm favourite Orlando. Florida’s famous theme parks and fairy tale characters will delight adults and children alike – and the not-too-hot temperature is perfect for kids.

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Hot Destinations in April

Sri Lanka

If you’re seeking some April sunshine, then head to the heart of the Indian Ocean – Sri Lanka. With low levels of rainfall and average temperatures of 32 degrees Celsius, Sri Lanka’s April climate was made for holidays. On both the south and west coasts, you can expect the beaches to be soaked in sunshine. So one day you could be unwinding on powdery sands, and the next uncovering the island’s hidden secrets. In the centre of Sri Lanka, temperatures rise to the mid-thirties, so it’s best to get up early if you want to visit must-see landmarks like Sigiriya Rock. This central region has plenty to see, with picturesque Kandy – a UNESCO World Heritage Site – and the elephant-inhabited Minneriya National Park. If you need a break from the heat, why not spend a day sampling tea in the cooler highlands?

United Arab Emirates

If you’re considering going on holiday in April, but would prefer a city destination, the United Arab Emirates should be on your list. Just seven hours from the UK, the UAE really hots up in April with average temperatures of 32 degrees Celsius. If you book a holiday to Dubai – the poster child of the Emirates – you can see some of the world’s most iconic buildings. Why not dine in the sail-shaped Burj al Arab, or stand on top of the world at the sky-scraping Burj Khlaifa? Or, you could visit the UAE’s capital, Abu Dhabi. Just an hour from Dubai, this sister Emirate is home to luxury resorts, grand mosques and huge malls. Both destinations allow you to combine city, beach and desert in a unique, action-packed holiday.

USA

There’s no bad month to visit America – but April is one of the best. For starters, Florida enjoys daytime temperatures of around 20 degrees Celsius, making it just right for families. In Orlando, you can make the most of shorter queues at attractions like Walt Disney World and Universal Studios Florida. And further south, in Miami, the beaches are less crowded than in summer. The evenings stay warm too, so you can dine al fresco after the sun’s gone down. Meanwhile, New York comes alive in April as spring descends on the city. Central Park starts to bloom in the temperate 18-degree days, and cafe tables spill out on to the pavements – or ‘sidewalks’. Marvel at the sunny skyline from the Empire State Building, visit the Statue of Liberty, and browse the stores on Fifth Avenue.

Indonesia

If you fancy a Far Eastern adventure in April, check out Indonesia. With average daytime temperatures of 32 degrees Celsius – and only dropping to 23 degrees at night – Bali is the winning destination for a hot holiday. The undisputed jewel in Indonesia’s crown, Bali is home to long stretches of sand, tranquil temples and striking volcanic landscapes. In the south, the beach resort of Seminyak is a hive of activity, with seafront bars, boutique shops and artisan restaurants. If you’d prefer a more authentic experience, though, seek out Ubud. In the central uplands, peaceful Ubud is very much the heart of Bali. You can relax in quiet temples, visit coffee plantations, or unwind with a well-deserved massage. While you’re in Indonesia, don’t miss out on chance to visit the small but beautiful Gili Islands, which are just a short boat-ride away from Bali.

Why Travelbag?

If you'd like to know more about the holidays available in March with Travelbag, give us a call on 0203 944 2201 or visit your nearest Travelbag shop. Whether you’re looking for a city break to the USA or a tropical retreat in Southeast Asia, our knowledgeable travel experts will help you tailor-make your perfect trip.

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