Honeymoons in Cuba

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Cuba Overview

Cuba is a large island in the West Indies, well known both for its political turmoil over the past half century, as well as its raging tropical splendour. Cuba features extremes in weather that make it far more unpredictable than other islands in the region, with dramatically wet and dry seasons, the wet season from May to October, and the dry season from November to April. September and October is also hurricane season, making it a potential place of interest for the adventure seeking honeymooners. Cuba is an island of diverse flora and fauna, with palm trees, coconut trees, sugarcane, and tropical fruit trees common throughout the isle.

Key Facts for Cuba

Currency: Cuban Peso

Capital: Havana

Language: Spanish

Flight time: 8 hours from London

When to Honeymoon in Cuba

When to go:
November to April is the best time to visit as this is considered the dry season.


Flight Information:
Direct flights to Cuba take about 9 hours from the UK.


Currency:
Cuban peso


Visa:
Visas are required for travel to Cuba for UK passport holders


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Honeymoon Tips and Articles

Getting Married in Cuba

If you want to plan your big day in a beautiful place with golden sands then look no further than Cuba. If you are looking to have an idyllic Caribbean wedding abroad then Cuba has so much to offer before, during and after your wedding day. With plenty of activities to keep you and your wedding guests entertained, it is both a fun and beautiful destination to hold your wedding abroad. With picturesque villages and plenty of stunning 5-star resorts you will not be short of venues to hold your big day. With plenty of quiet secluded beaches it’s also a great place if you are just looking to escape from it all and have a wedding that’s all about relaxation. If after your wedding you will be honeymooning in Cuba then take a trip to the historical capital city of Havana.

Marriage Requirements

Cuba

There are a few legal requirements if you want to get married in Cuba. You will need to produce a valid birth certificate, a valid 10 year passport and have been in Cuba for a minimum of 7 nights.

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