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According to shoppingpicks, January in Cuba marks the start of the warm season. Temperatures range from an average high of 28 degrees Celsius (82 degrees Fahrenheit) to an average low of 23 degrees Celsius (73 degrees Fahrenheit). Rainfall decreases significantly to an average of 50 mm (2 in) per month, and thunderstorms become less frequent. February continues to be warm and dry, with temperatures ranging between 25-21°C (77-70°F). Rainfall drops further to an average of 25 mm (1 in), while thunderstorms remain infrequent. March is still warm and dry, with temperatures ranging from an average high of 30 degrees Celsius (86 degrees Fahrenheit) to an average low of 24 degrees Celsius (75 degrees Fahrenheit). Rainfall remains low at an average of 15 mm (0.6 in), and thunderstorms are almost non-existent. Cuba is located in the Caribbean. The country has a subtropical climate with temperatures of around 28 °C all year round. Our summer period is not the best time to go to Cuba. Between May and November it is 30 degrees or even warmer. It is then very humid, which means that tropical showers can quickly occur. Cuba regularly suffers from hurricanes. The official hurricane season runs from July through October. The best time to travel to Cuba is ‘our’ winter. The air and water temperatures are then around 27 degrees. Check a2zgov for Cuba government and politics.

Cuba Geography and Population

Cuba – geography Cuba consists predominantly of slightly hilly lowlands, and only on the southernmost coast there are actual mountains. At Guantánamo Bay on this coast lies a large U.S. naval base; it is Cuban territory, which since 1903 has been leased by the United States. Population and occupation The native Native American people perished… Read More »

Things to Do in Cuba

Cuba is an (is) country located in the Caribbean Sea, south of the state of Florida in the United States. The communist regime and the trade embargo imposed by the United States have made Cuba different from the surrounding islands. The population is relatively poor, with the exception of people who work in tourism and… Read More »

Cuba Economy

Subchapters: Basic data Public finances and the state budget Banking system Tax System Basic data The Cuban economy is a centrally planned economy and the state has full control over the production processes. Cuba is in the worst economic crisis in the last 30 years caused not only by the coronavirus crisis, but also by… Read More »

Cuba Visa, Embassy, Holidays and Shopping

VISAS, ENTRY RULES, CUSTOMS REGULATIONS in Cuba Tourists from Russia do not need to apply for a visa to travel to Cuba for up to 30 days. You need to have a passport and round-trip air tickets with you. When entering the country, an immigration card is filled out, one copy of it is given… Read More »

History in Cuba

Back in the 4th millennium BC. people lived in Cuba. At the beginning of our era, the Taino Indians, whose civilization was considered the most developed, moved here from Latin America. They settled their villages on the islands, grazed cattle and cultivated the land. In 1492, Christopher Columbus discovered these islands to Europeans, and by… Read More »

Cuba History

Cuba. Archipelago of the Antilles Sea, also known as the Caribbean Sea. Due to its geographical position at the entrance to the Gulf of Mexico, since colonial times it has been known as “La Llave del Golfo”. It is the largest island in the Greater Antilles. The closest countries are Haiti, the Bahamas, the United States, Jamaica and Mexico. Havana is the capital city of Cuba… Read More »

Cuba Travel Advice

General travel information for Cuba Continent: Central America Geographical location: Island state in the Caribbean, bordering the Gulf of Mexico and the Caribbean Sea Highest elevation: Pico Turquino (1974 m above sea level) Longest river: Río Cauto (343 km) Form of government: Republic System of Government: Socialist, authoritarian one-party system Languages: Spanish Neighboring countries: Archipelago,… Read More »