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Reasons to Visit Cuba

  • Beaches

    It’s surprisingly easy to forget Cuba is the largest island in the Caribbean and has by far the most beaches. The powder white sand and blue waters of a Cuban beach on a sunny day feels like walking through a postcard.

    Beaches
  • Cigars

    The Cuban cigar is one of the countries most famous exports. They are renowned for their flavour and quality as well as the precision and skill which goes into rolling that perfect Cohiba. Visiting a cigar factory is a classic Cuban experience and taking in the plantations in the beautiful countryside around Vinales is a real highlight.

    Cigars
  • Countryside

    If you want to see the real Cuba, head out of the bustling towns and into the surrounding countryside. There are huge sugar cane plantations and cattle ranches, towering royal palms, impressive mountain ranges covered in thick tropical vegetation and rich, fertile fields still ploughed by oxen. You'll also see local Cubans selling their produce or going about the serious business of playing dominoes with the ever-present bottle of rum!

    Countryside
  • History

    Cuba has a truly fascinating past. Reading about Spanish colonialism, revolution, dictatorships and more revolution unveils the country’s story and how it fits into the modern world today in its own unique way. Taking the time to learn about its past and then talking about it with the locals when you arrive is an extremely rewarding experience.

    History
  • Music

    The soul of Cuba is in its music and dance. Any visitor will find the vibrant rhythms of Cuban music providing a permanent background beat to their travels. ‘Son’ is perhaps the country’s most well known music and is a passionate and sultry mix of Spanish guitar and African drum, made famous by Ry Cooder and the Buena Vista Social Club.

    Music
  • Salsa

    Salsa is a part of the national identity in Cuba and is built into the psyche of its people. It is a national pastime with the locals dancing in atmospheric nightclubs, on the beach or in the streets. No visit to Cuba is complete without a Salsa lesson with the experts.

    Salsa

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When to Go to Cuba

This is a rough guide to when to travel to this region. Choose a month of travel to see typical temperature and rainfall around the country. The ticks indicate our recommended months to travel.

  • 21.68
  • -80.687
  • 6
  • Baracoa
    • 20.34977735
    • -74.50035095
    • January
      • 28
      • 218
      • 7
    • February
      • 28
      • 144
      • 7
    • March
      • 29
      • 143
      • 7
    • April
      • 30
      • 150
      • 8
    • May
      • 30
      • 289
      • 6
    • June
      • 32
      • 173
      • 7
    • July
      • 32
      • 192
      • 8
    • August
      • 32
      • 200
      • 7
    • September
      • 32
      • 191
      • 6
    • October
      • 31
      • 359
      • 6
    • November
      • 29
      • 331
      • 6
    • December
      • 28
      • 340
      • 6

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  • The best time to travel January Jan
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  • The best time to travel April Apr
  • A good time to travel, but there may be some factors to be aware of May May
  • A good time to travel, but there may be some factors to be aware of June Jun
  • Travel is possible, but this is not the best time of year July Jul
  • Travel is not recommended August Aug
  • Travel is not recommended September Sep
  • Travel is not recommended October Oct
  • A good time to travel, but there may be some factors to be aware of November Nov
  • The best time to travel December Dec
Climate data provided by Weather2Travel.com

Cuba has a warm tropical climate with two distinct seasons.

The best time to visit is from December to May with dry sunny days. From June to November Cuba can be hot, humid and wet. During the winter months of December and January daytime temperatures can drop below 20 degrees centigrade whilst in the summer months of July and August temperatures soar, especially in Havana and Santiago de Cuba.

The hurricane season begins in June and in some years can continue through to November.

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