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Cuba in january: weather prices & events

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The weather in Cuba in january

January is one of the times of the year when the weather in Cuba is the most enjoyable. It is indeed the dry season, and the risk of precipitation is very low (22%).

Temperatures range from 21 to 29 ° C. The sea is 25-26 ° C.

There is also very little risk of cyclones in Cuba in January.

It’s a very good time to go diving.

For more information, head to our article dedicated to the weather in Cuba.

Events in Cuba in January

If you are traveling to Cuba in January, do not miss the opportunity to dive into the heart of the Cuban culture during the cultural events organized each year:

  • Día de la Liberación in Cuba. Every January 1st, Cubans commemorate the capture of Santiago de Cuba by Fidel Castro in 1959.
  • Cuba Jazz Festival in Havana. The Cuban capital puts jazz in the spotlight every year in December or January. This is one of the highlights of the year for Latin American jazz. Legendary and amateur musicians come together for a colorful celebration.
  • Incendio of Bayamo. In 1869, Bayamo was devastated by a fire. In January, the city holds music and theater performances to mark the anniversary of the fire.

For more information, please take a look at our detailed article on events in Cuba. ations, n’hésitez pas à jeter un coup d’oeil à notre article détaillé sur les évènements à Cuba.

The influx of tourists to Cuba in January

In January, Cuba is in high season: tourists, especially Canadian and American, rush on the “Pearl of the Caribbean” to escape the winter.

It is therefore safer to book your hotels or casas particulares in advance, especially in the most tourist areas.

Prices in Cuba in January

During the high season, prices increase by around 30%.

The prices of flights to Cuba are also quite high. It takes about 725£ for round trip to Cuba in January. For comparison, the prices vary between 520£ and 1200£ on average according to the period of the year.

If you still hesitate and can not decide, check out our article “When to go to Cuba? ”


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