Temperatures in Bermuda in April usually range from 60 to 70 degrees Fahrenheit. As of 2015, the average high is 70.8 degrees Fahrenheit, while the average low for April is 62.5 degrees Fahrenheit.
In April, Bermuda also experiences some of the lowest average rainfalls of the season, with around 3.46 inches during the month. However, Bermuda does not have a traditional rainy season, according to Frommer's, and any showers or heavy rain storms generally dissipate quickly. With an average of 240 hours, April also has a relatively high amount of sunshine compared with the rest of the months.
March and April are some of the best times to visit Bermuda, due to comfortable weather and discounted prices. Although the weather outside may be agreeable, U.S. News & World Report warns that Bermuda waters may still be cold. In fact, Bermuda's beach season doesn't kick off until May.
Bermuda is a British Overseas Territory in the Atlantic Ocean, located about 641 miles east of North Carolina. Although it's a popular tourist destination with its pink sand beaches and blue waters, Bermuda is also a popular place for tax avoidance, as the island does not charge income tax. Instead, it charges import tax, making it a country with one of the highest consumption taxes in the world. Considering its tax laws, Bermuda is a thriving hub for off-shore business in the Atlantic.