Best Time to Go to Cuba
Cuba is warm and sunny all year round, but you’ll likely see more rain during hurricane season, which runs from June through November. (September and October are the wettest months.) Tourism peaks in the steamy months of July and August; come over the winter instead (aside from Christmas) for pleasant weather and fewer crowds.
Cuba on a Budget
The only way most Americans are able to visit Cuba is with an organized “people-to-people” tour, which means that most expenses will be included and paid up front. Be flexible with your dates and shop around with various companies in order to get the best deal on your tour.
Cuba Trip Reviews
My Visit to Cuba As A Volunteer by Lynn Lotkowictz
“In mid-January, I flew from Tampa to Havana on a trip that would introduce me to a country that has been off limits for me (and most Americans) for most of my life. I participated in a one-week service program in Cuba with Global Volunteers, a non-profit, NGO based in Minneapolis. Along with 19 other …” Read more!
11 Days in Havana by John McBay
“HAVANA GEOGRAPHY Havana is a BIG city with over two million people, 30 miles from east to west and 13 miles north to south. But, most of the interesting stuff is in the area to the west of Havana harbor for 10 miles or so and within a mile or so of the coast. Havana Vieja. By far, the most interesting part of …” Read more!
Cuba Trip with my Mom by Elisa Evans
“My mom and I decided to plan a very special trip to discover our heritage, and share an adventure very few Americans have been able to experience. In May we flew to Miami and boarded the Adonia for a 7 day cruise to Cuba, the only 2nd cruise from America to Cuba, where we would explore the cities of Havana, …” Read more!