"WHAT to WEARBring light..." Havana Tourist Trap Tip by fga

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WHAT to WEAR
Bring light clothing, mainly cotton and natural fibers; Sensible flat comfortable shoes good for walks and excursions; sunglasses and hats; skin lotions. From December to February, light sweaters and jackets may come in handy; a raincoat or an umbrella is advisable for the rainy season, May & June.
TIPPING
Tips are not included in the bills and are strictly voluntary, usually 10% of the bill.

CLIMATE
Average monthly temperatures are displayed first in Celsius,/ then Farenheit.
Day Night Water
January 25/77 20/68 24/75
February 26/79 19/66 25/77
March 27/81 18/64 26/79
April 28/82 20/68 26/79
May 28/82 21/70 27/81
June 28/82 22/71 28/82
July 30/86 24/75 29/84
August 30/86 23/73 30/86
September 29/84 23/73 28/82
October 28/82 22/71 26/79
November 26/79 21/70 25/77
December 25/77 20/68 24/75

RELIGION
There is total freedom of religion in Cuba.

ELECTRIC POWER
Power is 110 volts standard. Many hotels offer 220 volts.

TIME ZONE
Cuban time is -5 Greenwich Meridian Time (eastern time of USA and Canada). During the months from March through September, Cuba institutes daylight saving time.

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  • Updated Aug 24, 2002
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