Cuba is the destination for sun, sea and salsa! From easygoing Havana to the rolling green tobacco fields, Cuba is a small but diverse country with a sub-tropical climate. This means that there are cool winds which will likely offer a welcomed relief from the strong heat and humidity. On average, the year-round temperature in Cuba is roughly 27 degrees with plenty of sunshine to boot. The warm climate in Cuba therefore makes it a pleasant travel destination pretty much all year-long; lucky if you’re planning a Cuba holiday and aren’t tied down with specific dates!
Cuba Climate Tips: When to go
If you are planning on travelling in Cuba during our winter months (and why not!), this is a great time of year to catch some winter warmth as it is usually very dry and sunny! If you are heading on a Cuba trip during the spring and summer, you can expect an occasional tropical rain shower which will often last only an hour or so, or- at the most- it might last an afternoon. If you fancy a Cuban escape during the months of July and August then you’ll find that these are the warmest months to plan a trip as the climate is at its sunniest.
Cuba Climate Tips: Hurricane Season
Cuba’s official hurricane season runs from July to the middle of November throughout the Caribbean. September and October are usually the most active months for hurricanes and tropical storms. Typically, Cuba’s climate dictates that years of inactivity usually alternate with lots of very active hurricane seasons. So, if you’re travelling in Cuba when a hurricane arrives- don’t panic! You’ll probably just have to change some of your holiday plans if certain areas become inaccessible.
Cuba Climate Tips: Travelling in Cuba in Hurrican Season
If you do plan on travelling in Cuba during hurricane season, it’s probably a good idea to check the weather and climate conditions in Cuba before you leave. It’s also worth bearing in mind that you may have to change your travel plans at the last-minute. But don’t let the wet weather put a dampner on your Cuba travel plans. It’s worth a mention that one of the biggest advantages of travelling in Cuba during the rainy season is that there are far fewer tourists travelling around than during the high travel season. What’s more, as Cuba is an island, the wind that sweeps across over the sea usually blows any storms and cloudy weather over in no-time at all.
Explore the mountains of the Sierra Maestra and the rolling tobacco highlands. Try a Baracoa coast and jungle drive to Cuba’s coral beaches. We’ll help you build your very own Cuba holiday.