Is there a bad time to visit Cuba? Our answer would be no, as anytime is better than never getting there. High season tends to be from December to March – especially with the Canadians trying to get away from their cold winter weather. August to September is the hurricane season for the Caribbean so some try to avoid traveling then – but availability & prices are the best during these months (well after the school holidays). If you can avoid school holidays really nice times to visit are April/May & November to mid-December.
Cuba’s fascinating mix of culture, history and salsa together with its beautiful white sandy beaches, stunning countryside, and relaxed charm make it a must go to destination.
The largest of the Caribbean island is unique as it is so very different to all of its neighbouring islands. Yes Cuba has beautiful beaches but it is only in Cuba that you can feel as if you have gone back in time, with all the vintage cars still in daily use, feel the fairly recent history of the revolution & really get to know it is like no other country. Visiting Cuba, getting to know its people is a very thought provoking experience. With the USA being so geographically close & with the opening up of relationships with Cuba we have seen a hugged increase in demand from clients wishing to visit Cuba before it changes. And change it will. Now would be the time to visit Cuba & early booking is now more important than ever- particularly to secure good accommodation.