Cuba is fashionable now and the influx of tourism has increased since things have started to change on the island, Cuba is an eternal summer, temperatures are excellent throughout the all year so that makes it possible to visit La Havana as the beautiful cays in any moment.
An important factor when planning a Travel to Cuba is important determine what season is better for travel. The tropical climate of Cuba is divided into two seasons: the dry season and the rainy season.
The dry season runs from November to April in Cuba, where the minimum temperatures are about 18 ° C and 26 ° C maximum on about. Temperatures are milder and less humidity. This is the best time to travel to Cuba.
The rainy season runs from May to October where humidity increases and temperatures are around 22 ° C and 31 ° C minimum temperature and maximum. At this time during the months of June to November it is when there is a greater chance of hurricanes.
Begins in late April through June, also the months of September and October are considered low season for tourism in Cuba, generally the prices of hotels and Casas Particulares down generally throughout the country due to low affluence of tourists in Cuba.
It is considered from November to April and the months of July and August. Generally the prices of Hotels and Casas Particulares increase is due to the abundant arrival of tourists in Cuba. In high season you should keep in mind that prices are higher and requires even booked some time in advance in Hotels and Casas Particulares.
Determine which is the best time for a holiday in Cuba is very difficult, because they could lose days, even months where the weather is excellent for going to the beach, visit a cave, or take a dip in the refreshing rivers, but which is part of the so-called hurricane season in the Caribbean which incidentally begins in June and ends in November, but if are traveling at this time should not worry as there is plenty prevent hurricanes in Cuba, predict very accurately and protective measures are taken to avoid human losses. In Cuba much effort is put into the care of tourists.