Cuba in January
Weather in Cuba in January
Sat right near the equator, the weather in Cuba can be a bit much for some, but come January, an average temperature of 25°C can seem a little more inviting, especially in the busy cities where the wind is lacking and humidity can hit 80%.
Take advantage of Cuba’s January sun and take a dip in the warm waters of Varadero Beach, which is often too hot to enjoy the rest of the year round.
The largest of the Caribbean islands, time-worn yet magnificent, Cuba is a classic, yet truly unique destination. Famous for its old-time heritage and vibrant culture, iconic colonial architecture and classic American cars, as well as its many beautiful white-sanded beaches, the ‘Pearl of the Antilles’ is the perfect destination to slip back in time and relax. But there’s so much more to it - a country of cultural diversity, trapped in an embargo for decades, exploring Cuba will often catch you off-guard.
No trip to Cuba is ever quite what you expect it’ll be, but it’ll be incredible regardless.
From the pastel-coloured, tumbledown facades of Havana Vieja, to the breath-taking rolling hills of rural Viñales and spectacular blue shores, there’s a lot to see in Cuba. Whether it’s immersing yourself in history and walking the trails of the Cuban revolutionaries, diving, dancing salsa until the early morning or indulging in the free-flowing rum cocktails and hand-rolled cigars, a trip to Cuba is a build-your-own kind of adventure. Wander down the cobbled streets, expect the unexpected, be flexible with your travel plans and try out as many classic rum cocktails as you can and your Cuban holiday is bound to be the exciting roller-coaster of emotions and discoveries that have made the island such an iconic destination.Sandra, Lifestyle, Food & Travel Blogger: cakeandwhisky.com