Guardalavaca Weather September Averages, Cuba

    • Temperature Temperature 27°C 81°F
    • High Temperature High Temperature 31°C 88°F
    • Low Temperature Low Temperature 23°C 73°F
    • Sunshine Hours Sunshine Hours 9 hours
    • Rainfall Rainfall 163 mm
    • Rainfall Days Rainfall Days 12 days
    • Sea Temperature Sea Temperature 29°C 84°F

    Guardalavaca Weather for September 2020

    What's the weather like in Guardalavaca in September

    If you are looking for the summer, you have found it though its days are now numbered. September is the last month in which you will find peak summer weather in Guardalavaca, so make the most of it and also enjoy the fact that a lot of families will stay at home this month, with kids and young adults starting back at school or university.


    The average daily temperature sits at 27°C for the last of four successive months the summer here is nothing if not consistent. Also staying the same as in previous months is the average highs and lows: you will find the climate dropping below the average to around 23°C, and up above it to around 31°C, with plenty of variation in-between each day.

    Sea Temperature

    The sea temperature will also remain fantastic, at 29°C. This is almost certainly due in part to the 9 hours of sunshine that beam down every day, ensuring that the water is strongly heated and is pleasant on your skin. It may even feel a little warm to some who are not used to higher temperatures, but this phenomenon is very enjoyable. Many people find it refreshing to be able to get into the water without worrying about it being cold!


    You will need to watch out for rainfall, however. This month is second only to June in terms of the amount that will come down, with a total of 163mm on average. That comes down across 12 days scattered throughout the month, and so you are going to need to pay attention to the weather forecast if you want to avoid being caught out in the rain with nothing to keep yourself dry.

    If you are looking for a day trip to a nearby resort with similar hot weather, Canales is a good bet. The temperature only fluctuates by a degree or two between the two locations and the rainfall is actually lower there. Plus, it's near to some new beaches which you can try out.

    Guardalavaca Hotels in September

    September is a quieter time of year, whether in a family hotel or not. This makes it a good time to get a room in a casa like the Villa La Roca Holguinera, which is run by a Cuban family and has just a few rooms available. Here you will find English-speaking hosts who will feed you at breakfast and dinner times with authentic cuisine, guide you around the area, and offer you a private bathroom, garden, and balcony.

    You could also consider the Juan Bed and Breakfast. Here you will find furnished rooms with breakfast provided, though you are on your own for lunch and dinner. It's a bit more of an independent option, and though the rooms are comfortable, you may wish to stay out for most of your time exploring. With only two bedrooms, your stay will certainly be quiet.

    The Casa Mirador Alturas del Ocaso is another small apartment available for holiday rental. Your host will provide a laundry service as well as your meals, and will also introduce you to the local area. There is a television with DVD player in the room if you just want to stay in for the night, and parking is available if you wish to rent a car.

    Guardalavaca Beaches for September

    Cayo Saetia Island is a great option for exploring a new area of beaches that are just a short boat right from Guardalavaca. This wild island was populated with exotic animals by members of the elite in times gone by, as a hunting reserve. Now the animals roam free, and you can visit the area as part of a safari jeep tour on which you may see zebras, antelope, ostriches, and other amazing wildlife.

    You can travel by catamaran to the island, then relax on the beaches which offer white sand and greenery right up to the edges. It's also a great spot for snorkelling, and you can eat traditional Cuban food or go for a horse ride too. It's a little slice of paradise, and with water temperatures averaging 29°C, you will definitely want to go for a swim.

    Bars and Restaurants

    Try Delicias Cubanas for traditional Cuban dishes served to perfection. Their latest renovation uncovered a spacious and bright bar and lounge area where you can also enjoy a drink if you just want some quick refreshment.

    El Eden is a gorgeous little restaurant inside a pink and white painted wooden building, where you can enjoy great food at low prices. You can eat outside in the garden area if you prefer, and a car will be arranged to pick you up and take you home if you need it.

    The Restaurante Bar Parrillada San Jose is a little more expensive, but this is reflected in a bigger premises with a more diverse menu. You will find it inside an old Spanish-style building with plenty of history, and portions are large. Fresh barbecue dishes are served daily.

    Things to do in Guardalavaca in September

    If you want to take home some souvenirs, then the Guardalavaca Flea Market is the place to get them. This fantastic market is home to plenty of local craftspeople who make great gifts for you to take back to those at home. This include jewellery, art, pottery, leather goods, wood carvings, and unique tourist items that will remind you of the place you have visited. You can even get your hands on some new clothes for the beach! Bargaining is accepted here and could get you some great deals.

    With the warm September weather, it's definitely still time to enjoy the great outdoors. With this in mind you can spend some time snorkelling in the clear waters around Guardalavaca. They hide plenty of reefs, as well as exotic fish and sea life that are amazing to witness. Make sure you try this at least once. You can purchase a snorkel set at many local shops along the beachfront. Take a look at the weather forecast to help you decide how to spend your time.

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