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When to go to Jibacoa?

Cuba’s tropical climate ensures that you can go to Jibacoa all year round! You can tan on the white sand of Playa Jibacoa from April to October. Come between April and June to enjoy milder temperatures or visit July to September for more heated yet refreshing weather conditions.

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What to do in Jibacoa?

Explore Jibacoa’s crystal waters and coral reef by snorkelling or practising other non-motorised water sports such as kayaking. You can take advantage of the few scuba-diving certification courses on offer to marvel at the hundreds of reef species.

Its close proximity to Havana and Varadero makes Jibacoa the perfect base for a multi-centre holiday. You can stop by and explore Havana’s historical cityscape and lively nightlife without committing to the hustle and bustle of the capital for the whole duration of your holiday.

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Where to stay in Jibacoa?

Jibacoa’s resorts offer an opportunity to relax fully, thanks to their all-inclusive amenities and close proximity to nature. If you are looking for a romantic getaway or a trip with friends, you should try out the adult-only retreat, Memories Jibacoa. The resort is 16+ so every guest can enjoy the beach bars, tennis courts, swimming pools, gyms, and spa facilities to the fullest. The experience is completed by the incredible food in the international buffet and speciality restaurants.

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What to see in Jibacoa?

Holiday-goers in Jibacoa need to take advantage of the ecotourism opportunities around the area. There are multiple DIY hikes you can go on or, alternatively, you can join an organised day trip in nature.

When you have had enough of Cuba’s abundant flora and fauna, you can explore the nearby cities with one of our expert-led tours. Stop by Havana to see the UNESCO World heritage sites in the Old town or hop to Varadero for an authentic touristic experience.

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Booking my Jibacoa holiday in advance

Wondering how far in advance you should book? With LoveCuba you can book a holiday for next month or next year. It is always best to book at least a few months earlier, so you can take advantage of early-bird discounts and cheaper flight tickets. Even if you find yourself booking a last-minute holiday, our travel experts will ensure that you get the best deal possible.

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Can I cancel my Jibacoa booking?

Cancelling your LoveCuba booking is as easy as writing an email to our customer support team. You can do this at any time before your scheduled departure by sending your cancellation request by post or email. Because of cancellation and administrative fees, we recommend that travellers get comprehensive travel insurance upon booking with us.

If you are unable to travel due to a COVID-19 lockdown in the UK or Cuba, you will be able to reschedule your holiday free of charge.

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Types of holidays in Jibacoa

Jibacoa is a peaceful beach resort, so if you find yourself longing for Havana’s roaring nightlife, we recommend that you take advantage of our city and beach holiday deals. Dreaming about a honeymoon in the Caribbean? Our wedding planning experts got you covered! We offer the best deals and our holiday packages are tailor-made for every client!

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How safe is Jibacoa for tourists?

Jibacoa is a peaceful fishing village in Cuba - a country with one of the lowest crime rates in the world. Like every tourist resort, Jibacoa might have the rare case of pickpocketing, so make sure your valuables are securely stored in the safe-deposit box in your room. Otherwise, you can kick back and relax on the beach without any worries!

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Latest travel rules in Jibacoa

Cuba is famous for its laws and customs that may apply to some tourists. You might need a special permit if you want to get high-end art or antiques as a holiday souvenir or want to bring professional photography equipment on your holiday. Taking unauthorised photos of locals is also looked down upon.

As Covid-19 regulations are constantly changing, we advise you to check the UK government website for the latest Coronavirus guidance on travelling to Cuba.

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