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Cuba Guide

Cuba: when should I visit?

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CUBA-S CLIMATE

Cuba has a tropical climate. The rainy season, lasting from June to mid-October, brings heavy rainstorms to the island, especially in the regions of Havana and Pinar El Rio. The water temperature is also a big plus for swimmers and divers alike, reaching up to 86 degrees.

IT’S ALL ABOUT CHOOSING YOUR MOMENT...

Tourists should choose their dates wisely according to how they plan on spending their vacation. This way you will make the most of your stay. December to April is the most popular season for tourists. Cubans are on vacation during July and August, another important season for the island.

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...AND YOUR BUDGET

Your choice of season also depends on your how much you are willing to spend on your escape to this Caribbean paradise. During the high season, prices can rise by 30%, especially during the festive season, but for the price you will enjoy a cooler, dryer climate. The mid-season lasts from April to October, and during this time you can find some great alternative deals. The low season offers you some great prices, however you may be limited in terms of vacation activities due to the risk of heavy rainstorms during the wet season.

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SANTA CLARA
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Located in the centre of the island of Cuba and capital of the province of Las Villas, Santa Clara is a modern and dynamic city, whose economy is mainly based on the exploitation of sugar cane.