Cuba is one of the Caribbean countries with the possibility of beach holidays and water sports and entertainment all year round.
Diving, snorkeling, surfing, fishing, complete with a rich excursion program of this revolutionary country will leave a lot of impressions from the rest. The free spirit of the country, saturated with cigars and rum, attracts thousands of domestic tourists to Cuba every year, even despite a long flight and expensive trips.
The entire territory of Cuba is dominated by a tropical climate with a slight difference in temperature on the east and west coasts. The east is usually warmer.
Like most tropical countries in Cuba, 2 seasons stand out:
dry (from November to April) wet with the possibility of hurricanes (from May to October) December
The first month of the calendar winter greets tourists with dry and warm weather. The air temperature is kept at 28-30 degrees, and the water does not fall below 25-26 degrees.
This is one of the highest tourist seasons in Cuba, so the flow of tourists is quite large. Quiet and calm beaches can be found, but they certainly will not be deserted in December.
The climate is so favorable without the stuffiness and heat that you can actively engage in all types of water sports and go on interesting excursions to the former pirate possessions.
There are no hurricanes this season and the sea is almost always calm. However, if you want to practice surfing, it is better to go to the north of the country to the coast of the Atlantic Ocean.
In addition to the wonderful weather, Cuba can please tourists with bright incendiary festivals and holidays. At the beginning of the month, the famous international festival of Latin American cinema is held in Havana, and in mid-December, before Christmas, you can listen to jazz music at the Jazz Plaza festival. After that, the New Year, ending with fairs, is massively celebrated in the country.
Although January is considered the coldest month, it is actually very comfortable for a beach holiday. The air temperature drops by a couple of degrees, and the water is still held at 24-26 degrees. In the evenings, the sea can be even warmer than on land.
The coldest temperatures can be the coldest temperatures up to 22 degrees. Precipitation practically does not fall, and January will continue to please tourists with clear weather.