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Basilica of Our Lady of the Assumption, Santiago de Cuba, Cuba

The best time to visit Cuba

The best time to visit Cuba is from December to April. The climate simmers down ever so slightly so that travellers can explore the country with a mixture of warm weather and freedom for the worry of tropical storms, which are a feature of the summer months.

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Visiting Cuba in January

The dry season in Cuba runs from November to April. This also means that it is peak season, especially over the holiday periods. Accommodation needs to be booked well in advance, as the country’s popularity increases.

Visiting Cuba in February

The dry season in Cuba runs from November to April. This also means that it is peak season, especially over the holiday periods. Accommodation needs to be booked well in advance, as the country’s popularity increases.

Visiting Cuba in March

The dry season in Cuba runs from November to April. This also means that it is peak season, especially over the holiday periods. Accommodation needs to be booked well in advance, as the country’s popularity increases.

Visiting Cuba in April

The dry season in Cuba runs from November to April. This also means that it is peak season, especially over the holiday periods. Accommodation needs to be booked well in advance, as the country’s popularity increases.

Visiting Cuba in May

From May to July temperatures rise rapidly, and the chance of showers increase. It is the start of the rainy season, but most of the rain generally does not occur until the end of July or August.

Visiting Cuba in June

From May to July temperatures rise rapidly, and the chance of showers increase. It is the start of the rainy season, but most of the rain generally does not occur until the end of July or August.

Visiting Cuba in July

From May to July temperatures rise rapidly, and the chance of showers increase. It is the start of the rainy season, but most of the rain generally does not occur until the end of July or August.

Visiting Cuba in August

Hurricane season runs from August to October. However there are still periods of sunshine in between, and you will find that accommodation is easier to come by with the lower visitor numbers.

Visiting Cuba in September

Hurricane season runs from August to October. However there are still periods of sunshine in between, and you will find that accommodation is easier to come by with the lower visitor numbers.

Visiting Cuba in October

Hurricane season runs from August to October. However there are still periods of sunshine in between, and you will find that accommodation is easier to come by with the lower visitor numbers.

Visiting Cuba in November

The dry season in Cuba runs from November to April. This also means that it is peak season, especially over the holiday periods. Accommodation needs to be booked well in advance, as the country’s popularity increases.

Visiting Cuba in December

The dry season in Cuba runs from November to April. This also means that it is peak season, especially over the holiday periods. Accommodation needs to be booked well in advance, as the country’s popularity increases.

Cuba climate guide

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Baracoa
Guardalavaca
Havana
Santiago de Cuba
Trinidad
Varadero
Viñales

Explore Cuba

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  • Guardalavaca
  • Havana
  • Santiago de Cuba
  • Trinidad
  • Varadero
  • Vinales

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