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13 May 2024 | 7 nights | 2 people
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Havana: Stay at iconic hotel in capital and relaxation on the beach

£1032pp

Breakfast • Flights

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Havana: Vibrant capital to lush beaches with catamaran and vintage car tours included

£1308pp

All-inclusive • Flights

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Havana: A break in the capital and an all-inclusive seaside holiday

£1122pp

Breakfast • Flights

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Cuba: deluxe all-inc week w/luggage, flights & transfers (save £504pp)

£1188pp

All-inclusive • Flights

7-nights • February

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Cuba: deluxe all-inc week w/luggage, flights & transfers

£959pp

All-inclusive • Flights

7-nights • April

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Cuba: All-inclusive week with flights

All-inclusive • Flights

7-nights • April

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Cuba: Adults-only all-inclusive holiday with swim-up bar

£967pp

All-inclusive • Flights

7-nights • April

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About Cuba

Don't be fooled by it's shabby and dilapidated facades, look beyond and there are treasures hidden within the very dust that settles on this often misunderstood place.

Trapped in another time on the heels of an economic crisis that lasted for more than 50 years, this is a place where the unexpected should always be expected, and thats the very thing that makes it such an interesting country to visit.

One of the most fascinating things about Cuba is how much of their colonial past remains. Without the interference of modern society, its cities remain closely aligned to the days when pirates roamed the Caribbean, with cobbled streets and market squares telling tales of history long since past. Many buildings had fallen int ruin, but have structurally stood the test of time and as investment increases, developments, homes and retro-fitted pop-up restaurants have found their way into this magical, historical place.

This is a great time to visit Cuba as the well known brands are still nowhere to be seen, but modern innovation is beginning to sow its seed and creative minds are experimenting. From quaint cafe's and pop-up restaurants to art exhibits, museums and galleries, the rural feel of Viñales to the urban development in Havana, there's a sense that the country has been kissed by its prince and is just beginning the slow process of waking up from its slumber, and the transformation is magical.

With high's ranging from the mid-20's to early 30's year round, Cuba's drier season comes between November and April,while it's rainy season is May to October. The warmth of the Caribbean Sea and the fact that it's across the entrance to the Gulf of Mexico, make the country prone to hurricanes which are most common from September to October.

From abandoned coffee plantations and swamps infested with crocodiles in the lush inland and harsh mountains, to the white sandy beaches scattered across the north shore, this magnificent country must be seen to be believed and is well worth a visit. Book your next trip now.

When to visit

If you're planning a holiday in Cuba, our top picks for the best time to travel would be February, April and November

February

Perfect for visiting in February, the weather is sunny and dry during the day - great for exploring cities and beautiful sandy beaches. Daily increasing temperatures invite partying into the evenings

April

Hot without being unpleasant, the sun reaches its peak in the early afternoons. April's International Dance Festival and Biennial visual arts event showcases Havana at its glorious, colourful best.

November

The rainy season subsides in November, leaving mild temperatures and vibrant landscapes to be enjoyed alongside the Havana International Jazz Festival

Books inspired by Cuba

Our hand-picked selection of books to get you in the mood for your Cuba holiday

Cuba Blog posts

From the UK's most popular travel bloggers

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A day in Vinales, Cuba

21st April 2021 by Hand Luggage Only

When we decided to visit Havana in Cuba, we knew we'd have to pop into Vinales as well. It's one of the places we knew well in advance of actually arriving in Cuba that we'd have to explore. For the uninitiated, Vinales is in the Cuban countryside and is definitely a different experience to being in Havana. We didn't actually make any plans in advance to visit - we waited till we got there and got someone at our Casa to help us arrange for a driver and a tour guide for the day to around...

Weather in Cuba

Our month-by-month guide to the weather and climate in Cuba

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Cuba weather in

January
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February
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March
28.7

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April
28.9

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May
29.6

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June
30.5

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July
30.6

Cuba weather in

August
30.0

Cuba weather in

September
29.0

Cuba weather in

October
27.5

Cuba weather in

November
26.8

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December