The largest island in the Caribbean and historical favourite of hedonists and thrill-seekers, Cuba is beautiful, passionate and never less than fascin

Think about Cuba and you probably conjure up images of Che Guevara murals, large old American cars like the Buick, painted in bright colours that have faded over time in the sun, music and dancing - in fact a feast for the senses. Cuba is a spectacular holiday destination with so much to offer – from mile upon mile of unspoilt beaches to elegant cities steeped in history. You will be enthralled by the very real warm welcome of the Cuban people.

Travel Information

Time Difference | GMT -5hrs
Getting There | Choose from a charter flight from various UK airports or travel scheduled with Virgin Atlantic from London Gatwick.

Climate Information

The climate here is mild and sub-tropical and, thanks to its proximity to the Tropic of Cancer and the narrow configuration of the island visitors will enjoy the refreshing trade winds and sea breezes. The average water temperature is around 25 degrees centigrade. The rainy season runs from May to October with the dry season extending from November through until April. The average annual temperature is about 77 degrees centigrade.

For the nature lovers you could plan in a visit to Punta Frances, a national marine park where you can dive and snorkel and experience stunning caves and protected coral. Visit the Caribbean’s largest swamp – Peninsula de Zapata, from crocodiles to exotic birdlife the area is yours to explore.

Tailor-made: Enjoy a two centre beach holiday, a combined beach and Havana experience or a cultural tour.

Cayo Coco

by Yasmin Richardson

Cayo Coco – The island, as the Cubans call it. Cayo Coco is the largest of the three Cayos and it is attached to the mainland by a causeway. No Locals live on Cayo Coco; it is purely for tourists. Having only 12 hotels on the island, some would call that paradise!   Things you need […]

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