Cayo Coco Weather April Averages, Cuba

    • Temperature Temperature 25°C 77°F
    • High Temperature High Temperature 31°C 88°F
    • Low Temperature Low Temperature 19°C 66°F
    • Sunshine Hours Sunshine Hours 9 hours
    • Rainfall Rainfall 5 mm
    • Rainfall Days Rainfall Days 6 days
    • Sea Temperature Sea Temperature 27°C 81°F

    Cayo Coco Weather for April 2021

    What's the Weather like in Cayo Coco in April 

    Cayo Coco makes for an ideal getaway destination all year long. There is very little change in temperatures in Cayo Coco, so swimming and sunbathing are possible at any time. During the wet season however (from May to November) scuba diving and snorkelling may be less rewarding. Visibility, at a time when storms are at their most prevalent, is less than desirable.

    Nevertheless, there is always much to see and do in Cayo Coco, so head here in April when the rains have yet to start and to escape the lingering chill of Western Europe.

    April is the last month of the dry season and brings with it a very slight increase in warmth and decrease in cold fronts. For many, this is the ideal month to visit, as the weather is amazing and the temperatures, both in and out of the water, simply idyllic. With an average of 9 hours of daily sunshine, you'll enjoy endless sunny and dry days.

    The average temperature this month will be 25°C with usual highs of 31°C, which are particularly prevalent during the last two weeks. Lows of 19°C are the norm at night, mostly in the first 10 days of April. Towards the end of the month you can expect the lows to rise to the mid-20s. Expected rainfall is only 57mm over 6 days in April; showers will still be few and far between, so diving will not be marred by considerable storms. These sterling conditions, coupled with average water temps of 27°C, make April an absolutely ideal month to enjoy all the fantastic water sports on offer.

    Cayo Coco Hotels in April 

    IBEROSTAR runs two fantastic resorts in Cayo Coco, the IBEROSTAR Mojito and IBEROSTAR Cayo Coco, each offering a plethora of accommodation and activities for holiday makers of all ages. Although both boast equally impressive inclusions, beachfront locations and fantastic services, the IBEROSTAR Mojito is the slightly more luxurious choice and, therefore, slightly dearer. It is also a renowned family vacation hub, whereas IBEROSTAR Cayo Coco offers a few bonus deals specifically aimed at honeymooning couples.

    You can literally spend an entire day hopping between fabulous beaches and even reaching spectacular Playa Pilar on the western end of Cayo Guillermo. For just 5CUC you are welcome to use the bus with no restrictions or, if you prefer to be more independent, you could always rent a scooter and go it alone. Make sure you have a copy of your passport with you at all times and ask your resort info desk attendant for a recommended rental scooter agency

    Cayo Coco Beach for April 

    If you've chosen Cayo Coco as your next holiday destination, chances are you are a lover of white, fine sandy shores, amazingly warm, crystal-clear seas and an abundance of sun. You're in luck! Both IBEROSTAR resorts are set along a private stretch of pristine, sparkling beach, where you can take advantage of both motorised and non-motorised water sport equipment. You can spend your days snorkelling, windsurfing and kayaking just off the shores of your resort beach, or head off for a catamaran or scuba diving trip on the warm Caribbean waters.

    The wonderful thing about Cayo Coco, and its sister promontory Cayo Guillermo, is that every beach has public access and, although you'll be unable to walk from one to another along the shore, due to the coral reef, one can visit them all by simply jumping on the shuttle bus, which plies the route back and forth, all day long.

    Bars and Restaurants 

    Both IBEROSTAR resorts offer delectable dining and drinking options. Mojito is home to 4 fantastic restaurants and 4 equally great bars. Alongside the buffet restaurant you also have a choice of 3 a-la-carte eateries, where you can indulge in delicious Mexican flavours (at La Sirena), amazing international fusion specialties (at El Gallo) and mouth-watering gourmet fare at stylish El Malecon. You can expect freshly caught seafood and locally grown produce to be served in all the restaurants and, as always, there are also plenty of child-friendly dishes offered as well.

    IBEROSTAR Cayo Coco boasts 4 restaurants offering varied cuisines. You'll find a brilliant Asian inspired eatery, as well as a Mediterranean restaurant and a fantastic steakhouse as well. Both resorts offer excellent beach bars and cigar lounges, as well as two distinct lobby bars which have a more sophisticated ambience.

    If you want to get out of your resort for an evening of delicious Cuban feasting, then head to the public section of Playa Flamenco, which is exactly half way between the two IBEROSTAR resorts. Here is where you'll find Ranchon Playa Flamenco, a fantastic and no-fuss local eatery, which serves up the most mouth-watering grilled lobster and shrimps this side of the Atlantic. The blue coloured hut may not seem much to begin with, yet once you grab a table, chat to a few friendly locals and indulge in delectable local fare, you may find yourself totally enamoured by this place.

    Things to do in Cayo Coco in April 

    When you choose an all-inclusive resort for your Cayo Coco stay, you'll have a near endless list of fun, relaxing and active pursuits right at your door step. Most resorts have in-house gyms and beauty spas as well as a whole list of activities from aquaerobics to dance and cooking lessons, table tennis, mini-golf and much more.

    Although you may be hard pressed to find time to do anything outside of your resort during your vacation, it's worthwhile exploring the more historical and cultural side of Cuba whilst here. Cubatur is a locally run agency, which offers tourists a priceless chance to get off the beaten seaside path and get stuck into the meatier side of Cuban culture.

    On a Morón Plus Day Tour, not only will you enjoy a fully-guided tour of historic Morón, one of the oldest towns in the whole country, but you'll also be escorted through a comprehensive tour of a cigar making factory and a fantastic crocodile sanctuary nearby. A BBQ lunch is also provided, making for a comprehensive, brilliant and very educational day out of Cayo Coco. Cubatur also run active tours, which include horse-riding by the beach and sand dune buggy riding. Book your tour directly with the agency (you'll find their office on Villa Azul-Building 15) or, ask your resort concierge staff to book the tour on your behalf.

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